CES 2022 is coming to an end and it is time to nominate what we believe to be the best, most innovative and enthusiastic CES products that we have seen up close or experienced in practice. In no order:
TCL LEINIAO XR glasses concept
Consumer Augmented Reality (AR) is one of the hottest technology trends and yet we are still waiting for it to essentially catch on in the marketplace. The LEINIAO XR Glasses Concept from TCL offers a high-resolution full color display in a very compact form factor. We found the display very easy to read (therefore practical). It’s not a product yet, but the company hopes to bring it to market soon.
NVIDIA’s Omniverse platform is rapidly becoming the platform with the greatest potential for efficiently building virtual worlds, digital twins, and other 3D projects. The potential of Omniverse for collaborative workflows is enormous and therefore has the greatest potential to benefit from a network effect when / when creators flock. Omniverse solves complex content creation workflow problems that previously required expensive custom solutions.
Razer project Sophia
What if the ultimate desktop gaming PC was literally your desk? Razer’s Project Sophia is a concept computer with a futuristic desk case. The idea is bold, the modular components and the overall package looks fantastic when it becomes a product. Given Razer’s track record, there’s a good chance you’ll see this in the Gamer’s Room soon.
AMD Ryzen 6000 series for laptops
AMD’s new Ryzen 6000 series processors are ready for a new PC cycle in the first half of 2022. They are fast and energy efficient in all price ranges, and PC OEMs are supporting this new technology as new laptop designs have been announced in parallel. More importantly, all-AMD CPU + GPU combinations provide extra performance for die-hard AMD fans.
12th Generation Intel Core H-Series CPUs
Intel continues with its 12th continued its strong comebackthat Generation core processor design. The high-performance Core H-Series mobile debuts at CES as laptop designs are announced one by one. The top performance seems excellent, but we’re even happier about the prospect of longer battery life. We can’t wait to see the real world performance of this platform.
Acer Predator Triton 500 SE (2022)
The Acer Predator Triton 500 SE was the most powerful gaming laptop we tested in 2021, so it’s very exciting to see how the new update for the Triton 500 SE 2022 is announced here. It comes with Intel’s 12ththat Core processor of the generation and the fastest graphics options of the NVIDIA series 30. Since the 500 SE has a very color-accurate display and a business-friendly design, you can also use it as a cost-effective workstation.
Dell XPS 13 Plus
Dell’s XPS 13 is one of the 13-inch reference laptops and has objectively pioneered many aspects of the ultra-light PC market. The new design of the Dell XPS 13 Plus is exceptionally minimalist and futuristic. We hope the new keyboard is as powerful as it is beautiful, but we’re not sure if removing the physical function keys is a good idea. Definitely an eye catcher.
Qualcomm Snapdragon Digital Chassis
Qualcomm unveiled a great automotive computing stack and strategy in the form of the Snapdragon Digital Chassis at CES 2022. It consists of four adaptable modules that offer maximum flexibility: ADAS, Cockpit, Connectivity and Cloud services. We had an autonomous drive on a section of the Las Vegas highways and the demo was very compelling.
Lenovo ThinkBook Plus Gen3
The new Lenovo ThinkBook Plus Gen3 is the most exciting productivity laptop announced at CES 2022. Not only does it have a large 17.3-inch primary display, but we believe that the secondary 8-inch vertical display has great potential for increasing user productivity. After all, this laptop comes with one of the fastest CPUs available for laptops in 2022.
OnePlus 10 Pro
The OnePlus 10 Pro is the best smartphone announced at CES 2022 as it features the new Snapdragon 8 Gen1 platform, but most importantly a promising camera developed in collaboration with Hasselblad. The camera offers new fancy options for users who want to manually adjust their viewing experience, with greater manual control over photos and videos. The results are captured in RAW Plus format to get as much data as possible.
BMW iX Flow with E-Ink
BMW and E Ink worked together to bring us one of the most incredible tech demos at CES 2022. The paint on a BMW ix Flow has been replaced by a unique E Ink surface that can dynamically change the colors (shades of gray) during the change with very little energy. It’s a fascinating use of E Ink and a great asset to materials science and coolness.
Samsung Energy-Harvesting Eco Remote Control
Samsung’s presence at CES is an unstoppable freight train as it showcases tons of new products, displays, and devices. According to our data, the introduction of our readers most caught the imagination of this energy-saving remote control, which is not only charged with ambient light, but can also extract energy from the surrounding Wi-Fi radio waves. Everyone loves the idea.
Pebble feel, hot and cold VR experience
Pebble Feel may have made a huge contribution to the VR industry by enabling gamers to experience (controlled) temperatures between 9 and 25 degrees Celsius. This increases the immersion of the games: you can feel the environment. In the future, this could be an integral part of gameplay. We imagine that the temperatures will become even more extreme with more power.
GM Chevrolet Silverado work truck
With the newly announced Silverado EV WT, professionals now have an excellent EV pickup option “for work”. We like the DC fast charge which adds 100 miles of range in just 10 minutes. Having power outlets in multiple locations is extremely convenient for powering tools or even charging another truck. The under $ 40,000 price tag makes it attractive, but you’ll have to wait until spring 2023 to get your hands on one. For luxury lovers, the $ 105,000 RST is especially convenient and powerful.
BeFC bioenzymatic fuel cells
BeFC has set itself the goal of replacing disposable alkaline batteries with metal-free, plastic-free and safe / sustainable batteries. To do this, they developed biofuel cells that use paper and enzymes to generate electricity (the white spot in the photo above). The enzymes convert glucose and oxygen into electricity and can be safely disposed of after use because they are biodegradable. In theory, these fuel cells could replace some of the round batteries commonly used in small electronic devices.
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