CES 2018

Keecker Robot

Unlike other home automation robots, Keecker comes equipped with a 90° adjustable video projector, a powerful 4.1 audio system and two cameras. Think of it as an all-in-one home entertainment, communication, and security system that adapts autonomously to its environment that users can control with voice command or by a free smartphone application. The built-in projector can transform any surface into a screen - watch movies, play video games, etc. (from wall to ceiling). It can also send you real-time home updates about humidity levels, ambient light, and room temperature from integrated gyroscope, compass, accelerometer, and infrared sensors. Continue reading for an in-depth video and more information.

Slidenjoy Triple Monitor

Slidenjoy has been working on “Le Slide” for years, but at CES 2018, they have finally revealed a working prototype. Simply put, this contraption consists of two IPS screens that can be attached to the back of a laptop, and then folded out to provide extra screen real estate while on the go, complete with 180° of maneuverability. Users can connect it either via USB C, 3, or 2, but the latter requires two ports to function correctly. Continue reading for another video and more information.

Laundroid Laundry Folding Robot

Hate folding clothes? Then Landroid should do the trick. Created by Japan-based Seven Dreamers, this high-tech robot uses artificial intelligence and a special image processing to identify various items of clothing and then fold them. To be more specific, it boasts multiple robotic arms to pick up the clothes, which are then scanned by cameras, and then transmits the data via WiFi for artificial intelligence to analyze the object, as well as a neural network containing 256,000 images of different clothing items. One caveat: you’ll need a few hours for it to finish folding a load of laundry, as one shirt takes about 5 minutes to fold. Continue reading for another video and more information.

Fisker EMotion

After several teasers in 2017, the Fisker EMotion has officially been revealed at CES 2018. This all-electric luxury vehicle not only offers suicide butterfly doors, but a 400-mile range using an LG-supplied lithium-ion battery. Its aluminum and carbon fiber chassis keeps things light, enabling the EMotion to hit a top speed of 161mph. Production is set to begin at the end of 2019, with prices starting at just under $130,000. Continue reading for another video, more pictures and information.

Razer Project Linda

Razer has been known to bring some innovative concepts to CES in past years, and 2018 is no exception. This time, it’s called Razer Project Linda, and this device essentially transforms the Razer Phone into an Android-based 13″ laptop. Featuring a Blade Stealth laptop shell, it boasts black aluminum construction, a 2560×1440 120Hz 13″ LCD, full-sized keyboard with RGB lighting, and USB-C as well as USB-A ports. The laptop shell itself features a high-capacity battery capable of charging the phone 3-4 times, along with 200GB of internal storage. Click here to view the first image in today’s viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the five most popular viral videos today, including one of Samsung’s 146-inch modular TV.

Vivo Phone

Fingerprint sensors on smartphones are nothing new or special, but the “Vivo” is the world’s first smartphone with one located underneath its display. The handset boasts a Synaptics optical sensor that functions by peering through the gaps between the pixels in an OLED display and then scanning your finger. No word yet on pricing or availability. Continue reading for a hands-on video demonstration straight from CES 2018.

Furrion Exo-Bionics X1

Think of the Exo-Bionics Prosthesis by Furrion Robotics as a real MechWarrior suit that stands 15-feet tall, and weighs in at over 8,000-pounds. This exoskeleton is completely human-controlled, can run at speeds at 20mph for up to 1-hour on a single charge. Unfortunately, you won’t see this in a BattleBots competition anytime soon, but it will make an appearance in the X1 Mech Racing League. Continue reading for another video and more information.

NVIDIA Big Format Gaming Displays

NVIDIA revealed the world’s first big format gaming displays (BFGDs) at CES 2018 yesterday, created in conjunction with hardware partners Acer, ASUS and HP, BFGDs. These high-end 65-inch, 4K 120Hz HDR displays feature G-Sync technology working together with NVIDIA Shield to deliver a buttery-smooth gaming experience and your favorite media streaming applications – all on a giant screen. At the heart of BFGDs is the latest G-Sync HDR technology that synchronizes the display’s 120Hz refresh rate to that of the game at every moment in time for an immersive gaming experience unmatched by any display of this size. Continue reading for another hands-on video and more information.

Toyota e-Palette

Toyota’s all-new e-Palette concept vehicle and Global Mobility Services Platform is basically a self-driving, moving city. To be more specific, these self-driving vehicles can deliver retail experiences directly to your location. For example, rather than leave your house to go to the store, or waiting for packages, an e-Palette vehicle automatically shows up at your front door, or wherever you summon it using an app, and provide you with a completely mobile shopping store, restaurant or even hotel room. Continue reading for another video and more information.

Xenoma E-Skin Smart Shirt

Xenoma’s “E-Skin” smart shirt takes gaming to the next level, as it’s a smart shirt with 14 sensors that turns your body into a motion controller. This technology can also be used to train athlete, monitor their performance, or even record the movements of someone being trained in operating an industrial machine or a vehicle. The hub is placed on the chest, and then it transmits sensor data over Bluetooth 4.2. Continue reading for another video and more information.