You may have heard about or seen the Y-Brush before, but it recently made an appearance at CES 2021. How can it deep clean your teeth in 10-seconds? Well, it works similar to the way a regular electric toothbrush works, as in a a handle conveys vibrations to a nylon bristle, which in turns moves in such a way to efficiently clean the teeth, gums and gum line. This device’s vibrations are based on specific sonic frequencies. Read more for an early hands-on video review and additional information.
Waterproof Bluetooth speakers are nothing new, but Ampere’s Shower Power puts an innovative twist on the technology. In addition to being made from 100% recycled plastic from the oceans, this device speaker automatically powers up when the water is turned on and stores enough energy to keep playing even after you’re finished. As long as the water is running, Shower Power produces enough power to play and charge the battery at the same time. When fully charged, this speaker boasts over 14-hours of listening time. Read more for a video, additional pictures and information.
Let’s face it, not every dog owner can be home all day to let their pet outside, whether it be to take care of business or just run around. The myQ Pet Portal allows your dog to safely be let out while away, complete with live video streaming and 2-way communication through the free downloadable app. It’s designed to replace an existing exterior door, as it comes built into select offering of Kolbe doors in several material and color options. Read more for a video and additional information.
Reasonance claims that it has developed the one of the world’s first “truly wireless TV” panels and it showcased the technology at CES 2021. You won’t need to connect any cables or plug anything in, just a standard Wi-Fi connection. This 40-inch panel allegedly uses “advanced magnetic resonance” and can be wall-mounted while the charger, which can send power over distances of up to 3.3-feet, can be nestled in a sideboard. The technology can be used for TV sets that require up to 120 watts of power. Read more for a video and additional information.
Whether it be movies, TV shows, games, or just music, the new coffee mug-inspired ASUS ZenBeam Latte L1 portable LED projector is a great addition to any home theater system. It took home the CES 2021 Innovation Award andfeatures a user-friendly remote control, a built-in battery with up to three of use on a single charge and a 300-LED-lumens light that has a projection range of 40 to 120 inches, making it perfect for in rooms with limited space. Read more for a video, additional pictures and information.
The first-generation ASUS ROG Zephyrus Duo 15 SE was impressive to say the least, but this next-gen model takes things to the next level. It can be configured with an AMD Ryzen 9 5900HX mobile processor CPU, NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3080 graphics, and either a 120 Hz 4K display with 100% Adobe RGB color space coverage or a 300 Hz FHD display with a 3ms response time as well as 100% sRGB color space coverage. Both of the displays are PANTONE Validated and sport ultra thin-bezel designs, along with Adaptive-Sync technology. Read more for two videos and additional information.
We have seen the future of urban transportation, and it includes Cadillac’s new single-seat VTOL drone. In addition to being able to vertical takeoff and landing, this aircraft is fully autonomous drone and perfect for ride sharing direct from rooftops if necessary. Power comes from a 90-kWh battery, while it uses four sets of two rotors for propulsion, enabling it to hit a top speed of 56 mph. One unusual feature is having the front and rear sets of rotors at different heights, possibly for more efficient flight. Read more for a video, additional pictures and information.
Razer may be known for their gaming accessories, but they’ve done quite a bit in the fight against COVID-19, including converting one of its manufacturing facilities to produce certified medical masks and the donation of 1 million surgical face masks to the healthcare frontline under its Razer Health initiative So, it’s only fitting that they create their own smart mask. Introducing Project Hazel, which features N95 medical-grade respirator protection using detachable and rechargeable active ventilators and Smart Pods that regulate airflow for optimal breathability. Read more for a video, additional pictures and information.
Razer’s Project Brooklyn gaming chair aims to take immersion to the next level. At first glance it appears to be a standard carbon fiber gaming chair with RGB lighting, but it quickly transforms into a fully immersive experience, complete with panoramic visuals from a 60” rollout OLED display. Tactile feedback is built directly into seat, and 4D armrests roll out, double as adjustable peripheral tables. For added comfort, the leather-stitched seat back is constructed in such a way to help maintain perfect posture throughout gaming marathons. Read more for a video and additional information.
Sure, ice cream machines are nothing new, and are quite handy, but sometimes, you just don’t have a couple of hours to spare. Meet the ColdSnap rapid freezing appliance that makes single servings of premium ice cream, frozen yogurt, frozen cocktails, smoothies, and frozen coffee from cylindrical pods in 2-minutes maximum. You read that right, the ice cream doesn’t need to be put in the freezer, thanks to its patented refrigeration technology to rapidly chill shelf-stable food / beverage formulations in single-serve recyclable pods. Read more for a video from CES 2021 and additional information.