He CES 2024 The presentation of the product is already in full swing and, although we expect a lot of news. laptops, Televisions and smart speakersThe offerings at the world’s largest consumer electronics show this year also reflect our growing need for more specialized devices, our nostalgia for products that were considered obsolete, and the rapidly emerging presence of AI in our lives.
So, without further delay, here is the future that is captivating us at CES 2024. We will continue to update this story with the new notable technologies we discover.
Stain fighting robot
We’ll start with a product that’s sure to clean, literally. The new Customized Jet Bot AI+ Smart Robot Vacuum Cleaner It does more than just sweep up lint and dog hair; It’s designed to scan your rooms for stains as they appear and scrub them away so you don’t have to.
And as its name suggests, the robot leverages AI-powered object recognition to identify stains on rugs, carpets, and hard floors. And yes, you can tell the difference between the surfaces, presumably making adjustments to your cleaning technique accordingly. You can also tell this $1,000+ household helper where he can and can’t go, as he tackles stains like spoiled puppy pee or a zinfandel spill with a spin mop that reaches 170 rpm.
And AI not only helps keep your floors clean, it’s also used to ensure your teeth are as clean as possible. He Oclean X Ultra Wi-Fi Digital Toothbrush It features an algorithm-controlled motor, five brushing modes tailored to specific needs, an interactive touch screen that shows you areas you missed, and AI voice guidance to help you improve your technique.
It also has Wi-Fi connectivity so you can pair it with your home network, and it will store information about your brushing history until you can download it to your app. It also has 40 days of battery life via wireless charging. It will go on sale in the United States in the fall for $130.
what is old is new
If you consider yourself an old-school smartphone user, you may long for the physical keyboards that used to accompany the phones of yesteryear. The iPhone’s on-screen keyboard replaced the full physical keyboards that were popular in Blackberry devices.
He Clicks on the keyboard, from Clicks Technology, will transform your iPhone 14 Pro or iPhone 15 Pro and Pro Max, adding a keyboard that’s actually built into a wrap-around case. This $139 wraparound package slides onto your device and drains your phone’s battery, so it doesn’t require charging.
Must be seen on television
TVs are getting bigger every year, which means there’s a larger slab of black plastic that takes up a significant portion of the living room wall when not in use. But what if we could make it disappear without having to tear it off the wall?
Samsung has apparently done just that. The company shows the first transparent version of its Micro-LED display technology in CES 2024and while Transparent OLED and even LCD screens, which have been around for some time, look the best, especially in terms of brightness and color, according to CNET’s David Katzmaier.
Samsung says its Micro-LED display technology produces brighter, clearer images and It is more transparent than current technology. But Samsung says its transparent Micro-LED technology isn’t available on the market, so what Katzmaier saw (or didn’t see?) is essentially a concept.
It’s all in the wristwatch remote control.
Imagine using your wrist to control everything around you. With a quick swipe here, you’ll be able to turn off the lights or scroll through the offerings from the Finnish Netflix startup called Doublepoint has developed software which can turn an Android watch into a general-purpose controller for any device over a Bluetooth connection.
The software will reach developers in the first half of this year, but it’s up to developers and app creators to decide what a small gesture like tapping your fingers or twisting your wrist will actually do.