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9 Jan, 2023
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Among top 10 products that CES had to offer this year you can find a flying car, an eyebrow printer, 10-second toothbrush, health laboratory for your toilet and much more.

The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) is an annual event that is open to professionals in the consumer electronics industry. It provides a platform for companies, both large and small, to unveil their latest products and technologies for the year ahead.

This year's CES was held in Las Vegas from January 5th to 8th, with the majority of product announcements taking place on the first two days, which are reserved for press, analysts and media. While the general public is not able to attend CES, it is still an exciting opportunity for consumers to get a glimpse of the latest and greatest innovations in the industry.

While we won't be able to thoroughly test these products until we have them, they are what we are most looking forward to. Durov's Code looked into these innovations and their features and made a list of favourites.

Glasses-free 3D laptop display

Asus has announced the world's first glasses-free 3D OLED laptop display. The Spatial Vision display uses a lenticular lens and eye-tracking camera to create separate images for each eye, enabling users to view autostereoscopic 3D content without the need for any wearable device.

In addition to its 3D capabilities, the Spatial Vision display has a high refresh rate of up to 120Hz and boasts improved color accuracy compared to traditional displays. It can also be used in 2D mode. The Spatial Vision display will be available on several laptop models, including the ProArt Studiobook Pro 16 3D OLED and the Vivobook 16X 3D OLED. ASUS will also offer a Spatial Vision Hub with exclusive apps for accessing 3D movies, games, and visualizations.

57-inch ultra-wide curved gamer display

Samsung got a new version of its Odyssey Neo G9 monitor, featuring a larger 57-inch "super ultra-wide curved display" that utilizes Mini LED technology. The previous model, a 49-inch display, was released in 2021 and garnered praise for its immersive, "virtual reality" experience.

The Neo G9 boasts a resolution of 7680 by 2160 and a 32:9 aspect ratio, but it should be noted that this resolution is not equivalent to the 8K UHDTV standard (which has a resolution of 7680 by 4320). Rather, the Neo G9 has the same horizontal resolution as the 8K standard, but with the vertical resolution of a 4K display. Neo G9 has twice the number of pixels as a traditional 4K display.

Magic eyebrow printer

The L'Oréal Brow Magic is a revolutionary handheld device that utilizes 2,400 tiny nozzles and advanced printing technology to create precise brow shapes in just seconds. With a capacity of up to 1,200 drops per inch, this lightweight and easy-to-use device was recognized at CES 2023 with an Innovation award.

The temporary makeup applied by the device can be easily removed with any product, such as micellar water. Additionally, the L'Oréal Brow Magic features augmented reality technology through L'Oréal's Modiface AR, which provides personalized recommendations for enhancing your eyebrows to suit your facial features.

Compact health laboratory for toilet

The U-Scan is a compact health laboratory that can be placed inside a toilet bowl to analyze urine and provide a wealth of information about a person's health. Urine contains over 3,000 metabolites and can give an immediate overview of the body's balance, making it useful for detecting and monitoring various health conditions.

The U-Scan consists of a advanced, pebble-shaped reader and interchangeable cartridges that can test for specific biomarkers without the need for external samples or strips. The device syncs seamlessly with the Withings Health Mate app, providing users with actionable insights based on daily readings.

U-Scan will be released in Europe in the second quarter of 2023, featuring consumer cartridges Nutri Balance and Cycle Sync. The starter kit, which includes one U-Scan reader and a cartridge with three months of testing, will be available for purchase at a cost of €499.95 ($530).

10-second toothbrush

The Y-Brush is an innovative toothbrush designed to clean all of your teeth at once in just 10 seconds. Its unique Y-shaped brush head is equipped with 35,000 nylon bristles, making it ideal for kids over 4 years old. The sonic vibrations used by the Y-Brush gently and effectively remove plaque without damaging gums, and the pressure can be adjusted using different vibration modes.

This technology has been clinically validated by dentists and has been shown to be up to 21% more effective than regular toothbrushes. The battery life of the Y-Brush is approximately 3 months, and the bristles should be changed every 6 months. The Y-Brush is developed by a dental startup based in Lyon, France and has been in the works for 3 years.

Flying car

Aska has presented its first electric vertical take-off and landing (eVTOL) aircraft/car hybrid, the A5. This prototype has the size of a large SUV and can accommodate four passengers. It can travel up to 250 miles by air on a single charge and is equipped with in-wheel motor technology for all-wheel drive traction on the road. The A5 also has the ability to transform into a flying vehicle, with wings equipped with six rotors that allow for vertical take-off and landing or conventional runway take-off.

Aska is planning to launch an on-demand ride service featuring its eVTOL vehicles in 2026 and the A5 is available for pre-order now. The company's proprietary power system, which includes lithium-ion battery packs and a range extender engine, allows the A5 to be charged at home, EV charging stations, and regular gas stations. The vehicle is designed to fit in standard parking spaces and can take off and land in compact spaces such as helipads or vertiports.

The vehicle is expected to debut in 2026. Preorders require a $5,000 deposit that is refundable after one year.

AI equipped home appliances

LG is collaborating with Asleep to create intelligent home appliances that adapt to your sleep patterns using the internet of things and artificial intelligence. For example, smart watches can track your breathing and determine your sleep stages, and the system can detect if you wake up and try to identify the cause. If snoring is an issue, the system can turn on a humidifier to alleviate your breathing and reduce snoring. The system can also adjust your air conditioning and heating to maintain your preferred sleep temperature, as well as control air purifiers. All of this is done without any effort on your part.

Laptop with two OLED screens

Lenovo's new Yoga Book 9i is a thin and light laptop that features two 13.3-inch OLED screens that can be used in a variety of positions. The device comes with a kickstand, an external keyboard, and a stylus, allowing users to use it as a traditional laptop or in various configurations, such as with two screens stacked or side by side, or even laid flat like a paper notebook with two pages open. Many laptop manufacturers have attempted to innovate with features like touchbars and electronic-ink displays, but the Yoga Book 9i offers a unique and flexible dual-screen design.

Sunrise simulation alarm clock

Hatch has released a revised version of its sunrise alarm clock, called the Hatch Restore 2. It aims to improve sleep patterns and alleviate stress-induced insomnia with customizable sunrise and sunset simulations and personalized soundscapes. The Hatch Restore 2 also offers new morning activities such as short meditations and stretches to help start the day off right. It has three internal speakers, compared to the two in the original Restore, and comes in a linen design with three color options.

Smart kitchen appliances

Samsung is releasing an extension of their Bespoke kitchen line in the US from early 2023 to the end of the year. Prices for the appliances will vary. The line features customizable panels in a range of brushed steel colors, which can be easily attached to various appliances with suction cups. The standout product in the series is the 4-Door Flex Refrigerator with Family Hub, which has a 32-inch touchscreen that allows users to monitor and control their other Bespoke kitchen appliances, stream content, and display photos from Google Photos.

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