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Lenovo ThinkBook Plus
Always wanted to merge a traditional laptop and Kindle into a single device? If so, then the Lenovo ThinkBook Plus should do the trick. Featuring a main 13.3-inch FHD display and a 10.8-inch e-ink display on the lid that enables users to create illustrations and diagrams with the integrated Lenovo Precision Pen and receive essential notifications when the lid is closed allowing them to stay focused during meetings. Read more for two videos and additional information.

Roland Facet Grand Piano Tesla
The Roland GPX-F1 Facet Grand Piano yet another interesting product to hit CES 2020, and many claim that it draws inspiration from the none other than the angular Tesla Cybertruck. However, the company says it’s based on the themes of design, connectivity and evolution, created by a team in Hamamatsu, Japan using Jong Chan Kim’s design, winner of their contest. Read more for a video and additional information.

Damon HyperSport HS Electric Motorcycle
CES 2020 isn’t just about the latest gadgets and technology, as there are a few surprises thrown in as well, like the Damon HyperSport HS. This shape-shifting electric superbike features “Shift” ergonomics that lets you easily switch between commuting and sport bike stances. Its 20 kWh liquid-cooled battery pack and an electric motor produce 200 peak hp and 147.5 lb-ft of torque, enabling it to hit 200 mph. Read more for two videos and additional information.

Royole Mirage Smart Speaker
It’s not everyday that you come across a smart speaker with an 8″ AMOLED fully flexible wraparound touch display, but that’s exactly what you’ll find on the Royole Mirage. This Amazon Alexa-enabled speaker features an elegant display solution around its cylindrical body that enables stunning visuals and easy touch control. Read more for a hands-on video straight from CES 2020.

Robosen T9 Transformers Toy
If you’ve been a lifelong fan of the Transformers series, then the simple transforming toys you grew up with probably just didn’t cut it, that is until you see Robosen Robotics’ T9. It’s touted as the world’s most advanced programmable robot, and rather than require you manually transform it, this toy automatically converts from robot to vehicle. Plus, it boasts bipedal walking ability in robot form, a race function in vehicle form, programmable/code development, and robot control/commands by either voice or via app.

Samsung Portable SSD T7 Touch
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Samsung Electronics has just unveiled its latest external storage device: the Portable Solid State Drive (SSD) T7 Touch. Unlike similar drives, this one combines a sleek design with the fastest transfer speeds currently available, based on the USB 3.2 Gen 2 standard, while elevating data protection to the next level with an additional hardware security measure in the form of a built-in fingerprint sensor. Read more for two videos and additional information.

Segway S-Pod First Drive Ride
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You’ve seen the press photos, now the Segway-Ninebot S-Pod has made its public debut at CES 2020 in Las Vegas. This two-wheeled, self-balancing mobility vehicle can hit a top speed of 24 mph and rather than requiring the user to navigate by leaning forward and backward, it comes equipped with a navigation pad to manually point the vehicle in the direction you want to go. Read more for two first drive videos and additional information.

Sarcos Guardian XO Exosuit
The Sarcos Guardian XO powered exosuit turns normal humans into real-life terminators, enabling one to carry 200 additional pounds (91 kg) of payload, while lifting heavy objects for hours on end without physical strain or fatigue. While it may look complex, it only takes 30 seconds to step inside one and it responds in milliseconds to the operator’s movements for up to 8-hours on a full charge. A hot-swapping battery system lets you extend that time indefinitely. Read more for two videos and additional information.

Arcade1Up NBA Jam
Unveiled at CES 2020, Arcade1Up’s new NBA Jam cabinet is unlike any of its past offerings. How so? It’s the first one with built-in WiFi for free online multiplayer. That’s right, after turning on the machine, you’ll be able to jump right into an online game with other plays around the world, just like you used to at your local arcade. Read more for a video and additional information.

Intel Ghost Canyon NUC
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Say goodbye to bulky gaming PCs, and hello to Intel’s Ghost Canyon NUC (Next Unit of Computing) 9 Extreme, which may have a diminutive stature, but is still large enough to hold a dedicated graphics card. Just two screws hold down the lid, which cover its twin 80mm exhaust fans, spring-loaded copper connectors, a pair of Wi-Fi antennas, the power cable, and a modified 500W FlexATX power supply. Read more for two videos and additional information.