The latest gadgets from the biggest tech show
Foldable Galaxy X
Samsung's highly anticipated folding phone was debuted at CES 2019. Samsung Galaxy X is currently only a prototype and the final details to make it production ready are still being worked out. The concept is that when the phone is fully opened, there will be no crease to show that it was ever bent. And when the device is closed, it will be similar to current handsets. Currently, the release is scheduled for the first half of 2019.
OtterBox and PopSocket have partnered together to create Otter + Pop phone case
The new phone case is designed to bring the perks of a PopSocket without the hump and the security of the OtterBox case. When in use, it pops out just as you’d expect; when not, it folds into and goes almost completely flush with the case.
As with standard PopSockets, the faceplates are interchangeable.
Volterman Travel wallet
This wallet is designed with traveler in mind especially those that tend to leave their stuff behind. It is trackable globally. And has an embedded camera that takes a photo of anyone who opens it. Moreover, it has an embedded 5,000 mAh battery to charge your phone or other devices on the go wired or wirelessly.
Lenovo 700 Ultraportable Bluetooth Speaker
» Super thin at 11 millimeters
» Five buttons on the front for manual control and
» Can take calls, which makes it great for travelers
» Battery lasts up to eight hours on a single charge
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Byton's electric M-Byte SUV has a screen as wide as 7 iPads
» The production M-Byte's dashboard will be highlighted by a mega-wide 48-inch "Shared Experience" display that stretches from A-pillar to A-pillar
» 7-inch multitouch display in the center of the steering wheel - driver's remote control for the larger Shared Experience screen
» Comes with two battery options: a 71 kWh, the 250-mile base model and a 95 kWh, 325-mile, long-range model.
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BMW Autonomous Motorbike
BMW showed off a (sort-of) autonomous motorbike — it was being piloted by a human, but it was still balancing and making the turns itself #CES2019 pic.twitter.com/T3jGMR9ksv— Mike Murphy is at CES (@mcwm) January 8, 2019
BTFreq™ with Alexa
» A charger with built-in Amazon Alexa voice-activated assistance
» Adds multiple tech capabilities within a vehicle
» Enables Bluetooth connection for hands-free calling and music streaming through the stereo system
» Able to charge two devices at once
» A universal wireless charger for laptops
» Patented conductive charging technology
» Fast, powerful, with no electromagnetic waves
» Keeps laptops charged without conventional wired charging
Cauldryn Coffee Travel Mug
A heated electronic mug that uses battery power to keep your coffee or tea at your selected temperature all day long. Set your favorite temperature, and it will keep it there all day.
AQUIO Bluetooth water speakers
Water bottle with a built-in Bluetooth speaker
» 2 in 1 travel gadget: water bottle and speaker
» Bottle is BPA Free, double wall insulated and keeps your beverages cold up to 24 hours and hot up to 14 hours
» IP67 Certified waterproof and sand proof
» Speaker can be used with or without the bottle
Audio-Technica headphones with wireless playback and active noise cancellation (ANC).
» The noise canceling of this device has three separate modes, and you’ll be able to adjust the intensity for yourself via an accompanying Audio-Technica Connect mobile app.
» Multiple microphones embedded into the headphones monitor and adjust to ambient noise.
» Battery life of 35 hours with ANC turned on
Shure’s MV88+ Video Kit turns your phone into a mobile recording studio
Qualcomm is ready to help usher in a new era of 5G phones.
Qualcomm’s automotive arm is collaborating with Ford, Audi, and Ducati, for full adoption of 5G-ready C-V2X (cellular vehicle-to-everything) communications technology – something that’s underpinned by Qualcomm’s 9150 chipsets.
Anker's PowerPort Atom series
fastest and highest-quality chargers
Anker’s PowerPort Atom PD 1 is one of the first chargers on the market to incorporate GaN. Gallium nitride, or GaN, is fast becoming the next-generation version of silicon due to its lower power draw and ability to withstand higher temperatures
» Size: 1.61 inches x 1.37 inches x 1.49 inches
» Weight: 2.2 ounces
» Total output wattage: 30W
» Input: 100–240V ~ 1.2A 50–60Hz
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