Consumer Electronics Show (CES), a global consumer electronics and consumer technology trade show, stated to kick start on January 6, 2016 at Las Vegas. Many tech giants to showcase their innovative products at the event happening in Las Vegas.
Every January at CES, gadget companies are under tremendous pressure to look innovative. The 2016 CES will be a hotspot for new technologies in robotics, wearables, and the Internet of Things. Have a look at the slider below to know the cool gadgets that will steal the show at CES 2016.
A High-End Speaker
Astell & Kern AK T1
This is a high-end speaker for home or office. The AK T1 comes with six speakers and a build-in amplifier for superior sound. It can decode and read high-end audio files.
Acer Revo Build
Acer will show off Revo Bild Mini PC, which allows users to build their own customized computer by stacking blocks. These blocks are connected through pogo pins with magnetic alignments and can also work independently with other PCs.
Home Entertainment Hub
Casy is a community viewing hub that seamlessly connects all of your devices and livestreams entertainment to your friends and family.
All-in-One Desktop With Curved Display
HP Envy Curved All-in-One
HP is expected to showcase the curved display at the CES 2016. It's certified by Technicolor and supports 4K resolution.
Capture 360 Degree Photos and Videos
Ricoh Theta S
The Ricoh Theta S is an interesting camera that is capable of capturing 360 degree photos and videos in one shot. The camera captures extra-high resolution photos and videos. It also features a live preview function and is also compatible with social media platforms for instant uploading.
Sync Files To Connected Devices.
Lima is both a storage drive and an app, but the idea is to make your documents, photos, videos, and other files available to any connected device.
Electric Power Via Bike
ShareRoller is a kit that converts any bike to a source of electric power. The ShareRoller is a small Bluetooth-connected device that throttle connects to the handlebars.
First Bra That Reads Women's Biometrics
The OMBra is a smart bra that measures heart rate and steps from workout attire. "It's the first bra that reads a women's biometrics," says Shaz Khang, the chief marketing officer for smartwear, OMsignal. "Women realize that if they're going to wear clothes all day anyway, they want more information."
Store Thousands Of Songs On The Headphones
Aivvy Q Headphones
A music startup Aivvy, came up with a Aivvy Q headphones that has no wires and they don't have to connect to a phone either. You can store thousands of songs locally on the headphones and can listen whether online or offline.
Livestream Your Events
A live video service company Livestream, has a new kind of camera for live video recording. The Movi is a little box with a built-in 4K HD camera for live streaming events like weddings, conferences and more.