The best gadgets at CES 2021, and also the weirdest gadgets

The strangest CES show ever staged is now over. But nobody is going to look at stalls in Las Vegas or buy hotel rooms for $ 1,000 a night with all the cool gadgets they have on offer throughout the week. This is because there wasn’t much new technology on display. Much of CES has been reworking the weeks – and even months – of announcements. It made the whole digital order even more weird! But there are still some cool things that left us pumping in 2021 and some totally wild things that made us laugh, swing and scratch our heads at Daring.

We’ll see more things as the year goes on, too. Countless companies hinted at important news in the coming weeks, and with major competition offers like IFA and Computex likely to continue later in 2021, plenty of companies could have their latest consumer electronics gadgets that show people can Attend in person.


Top Tools at CES 2021

Lenovo X1 Titanium Yoga

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While Lenovo hasn’t attempted to reinvent the 2-in-1 device, by combining a sleeker design with a new titanium-clad body to create the thinnest ThinkPad ever, ThinkPad X1 Titanium Yoga Just feel more privacy. And as someone who appreciates good multitasking, the X1 Titanium Yoga not only features a 360-degree convertible chassis, it also comes with full stylus support for drawing and note-taking, and updated specifications including Intel’s 11th-generation chipset, Thunderbolt 4, and Long Screen 3: 2 Ideal for all types of productivity. The ThinkPad X1 Titanium Yoga is just a beautifully designed premium laptop. Sam Rutherford

All Wi-Fi 6E routers

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Last year, the Wi-Fi 6 standard promised to improve wifi speeds and performance on a crowded network by using clever engineering tricks to increase the bandwidth of each wireless channel so that more devices can run simultaneously with less interference across channels. But it was more of a first aid solution to an ever-growing problem. Promises Wi-Fi 6E In order to protect future wifi network for a while by introducing new 6GHz band to existing 2.4GHz and 5GHz WiFi bands. The 6GHz band provides 59 separate non-interlacing channels so that multiple devices can operate at higher bandwidth at the same time. (Think 8K Smart TVs that broadcast 8K content.) The best part is that older, older devices will not be able to reach the 6GHz range, only the newer devices (which should arrive later this year) which should ensure no The new domain instantly fills up with traffic. Andrew Lyzewski

Apple Watch Mudra bracelet

The Mudra ensemble It is a strap for Apple Watch that gives you the ability to control it with one hand. There are sensors that read electrochemical signals to interpret various hand gestures. For example, you can tap your index and thumb to reject a call, or close your thumb to skip the music track. There is a lot of potential for this type of device, in terms of accessibility, as well as hands-free convenience. And it is not steam. The band is priced at $ 180 and is expected to ship in March. – Song Victoria

Asus ROG Flex X13

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It’s a 2 in 1 gaming laptop. Yes, a true 2 in 1 device with 360 degree hinges. The included GPU can pack a better punch (it’s just the GTX 1650), but the rest of the specs are pretty solid: the new AMD Ryzen 9 5980HS mobile processor, liquid metal instead of regular thermal paste, and a choice between a 120Hz or 4K ultra-high-definition glass-covered screen Corning Gorilla. For those who want a better GPU option, the Flush x13 Pairs with Asus’ XG Mobile, it’s a built-in eGPU that supports up to RTX 3080. The pricing of the two together is pretty steep – $ 3,000 – but I hope they sell the Asus Flow X13 separately or at least make XG Mobile available with other GPUs soon. Joanna Nelius

4 doors flexible from Samsung

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I know it might be weird to be a refrigerator enthusiast just because it’s making a new kind of ice, but innovation in refrigerator space has been very little in the past few years. Everything seems to revolve around screens or windows in doors and this is not something most people need or want. Good ice It is something everyone can appreciate, and while Bespoke is likely to be prohibitively expensive for the average person, being able to produce a good product, or pebble, snow means that this technology is finally coming for refrigerators. If this means that my refrigerator four years from now can help me make a satisfying drink like Cherry Vanilla Dr. Pepper at Sonic I’m all in. Alex Cranz

TCL XL Collection

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For the TV shoppers who are looking for the biggest exposure possible on the lowest budget, I have some great news: TCL is going to be big in 2021. It will showcase the company’s new XL range. Three models display 85 inches, Including 4K QLED powered by Roku TV, 4-Series with Roku TV, and 8K QLED TV. Options! We don’t yet know how much TCL will be charged for two of these three, but we do know Series 4 (85R435) will sell for $ 1,600, which is a ridiculously good deal for a screen this size (and if you can wait a while, it will likely drop. That’s the price as the holidays approach). Everyone will be making their monster screen debut this year, but TCL’s XL will likely be a tough bargain to win. – Katie Cake


The strangest gadgets at CES 2021

The Razr Brooklyn Project And the Hazel Project

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Strange doesn’t necessarily mean it’s bad, and in the case of the Razer concept devices for CES 2021, Razer offers different ways to deal with some of the everyday problems people may face this year. one hand Brooklyn Project It represents the ultimate gameplay evolution, and even with a 60-inch rotatable OLED screen and RGB lighting, it’s something any gamer would love to have at home. at the same time, Hazel Project It is an innovative approach to a standard, reusable mask that provides the kind of protection people need from airborne viruses while treating many of the problems people face with traditional cloth or paper face coverings. Honestly, the main thing keeping these concepts in the weird place instead of going over to our top list is that they’re both closer to imagination than something you can actually buy. Sam Rutherford

Cold wave

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The capsule-based food space is dominated by Keurig, while others like Juicero have a splash of fun She failed to try to find her way. And while machines promise that experience is all about comfort, there are some big trade-offs in this approach. Pods need to be manufactured and recycled, and they usually mean the cost of each pod If you don’t use the device multiple times a day, it’s not worth it. The Cold wave It also looks like a beast of a machine, and looks like it will take up a lot of space on your table to provide comfort to ice cream in just 90 seconds. You can buy ice cream makers for under $ 100 which take longer, but you can also use all of your ingredients. Andrew Lyzewski

Panasonic Nano hair dryer

The Panasonic Nano hair dryer (EH-NA67-W) actually gets its name from a feature where a hair dryer pulls moisture from the surrounding air (which is presumably very humid after a shower or a shower) and then blows your locks with “tiny moisture-rich particles” that Panasonic claims are “Packed with moisture 1000 times more” than charged ion molecules that other hair dryers use to achieve the same moisturizing effect. It also features a unique quick dry nozzle that swings and moves quickly back and forth in an effort to dry hair faster and with less effort. At $ 150, it’s somewhere between a cheap department store hair dryer And Dyson’s outstanding performances and might even be great if that sounds too strange Technology in reality Works. Andrew Lyzewski

AMD and N.Vidya keywords

AMD and Nvidia have had some great mobile-related news at CES 2021, but new news doesn’t mean exciting news. Significant shortage of GPU space It means the two companies seemed to hold off on making the bigger ads that fans were expecting. We’ll get the Radeon 6700 and RTX 3070 Super some day, But not at CES. Joanna Nelius

Harman Personal acoustic headrest platform

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Built-in speakers in the headrest of your car seat That pops up to direct the music to Ears is a very cool idea, but I’m not sure it’s necessarily a practical idea. Speakers appear on either side of your head As a good way to do some damage to your ear in the event of an accident, it would be quite annoying if you were driving with a friend and they suddenly deployed their speakers. There’s also the way it kind of kills the singing in the car Practically required if you have two or more people in a car and someone is handling the AUX cable. I dont hate Harman’s Personal Audio platform headrestBut it sure is It seems like a strange solution to a problem that few people face. Alex Kranz

Samsung eco-friendly remote control

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I’m glad to see a TV maker move away from single-use AA or AAA batteries that will likely end up in the trash. If Samsung is to believe it’s new Environmentally friendly remote control– to be shipped with all new 2021 QLED 4K and 8K TVs – can be charged via Light as well as through the USB-C port, and Samsung says that the remote control can last for up to two years on a single charge. This isn’t so bad if you’re buying a TV that you hope to have had for the next ten years or more. I’m cautiously optimistic about this remote, but I’d love to see it in action before I move too far about the future of televisions. Of course sound As a step in the right direction. – Katie Cake

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