- CES 2024 ended on Friday.
- At the technology trade show, companies debuted devices such as a see-through TV and gadgets such as an AI-powered pocket assistant.
- Here's a look at some of the coolest and weirdest things coming out at CES this year.
CES 2024 wrapped up on Friday, and the high-tech gadgets didn't disappoint this year.
The annual technology trade fair has seen tech giants and small startups show off everything from a retainer that lets you swipe your phone by moving your tongue to a see-through TV and artificial intelligence capable of cooking a perfect medium-rare steak.
Here's a closer look at some of the most interesting products from CES 2024:
For those interested — and wealthy enough — to own a TV that looks like an art sculpture, the 4K N1 debuted at CES 2024.
The massive screen lifts and opens in less than 90 seconds, according to the company, making it practical in a variety of living spaces.
The 137-inch model retails for $200,000, according to CNET mentioned. The 103-inch and 165-inch options are priced at $110,000 and $300,000, respectively.
Augmental's custom, 3D-printed stabilizer acts as a hands-free trackpad. Augmental says the MouthPad, as it's called, can help a user with limited mobility use cursors on digital devices by moving their tongue.
This $199 AI assistant has already sold out after being shown off at CES.
The mobile device is the brainchild of tech startup Rabbit, and is called Rabbit r1. It aims to help people complete tasks they typically require Open applications On a smartphone or using a traditional computer.
With r1, Rabbit offers a new way to order food or search for any random questions that may come to your mind. The company said it sold 10,000 units within 24 hours of its launch.
If you don't want a foldable TV, you might be interested in one that becomes “practically invisible” when you turn it off.
LG showed off a transparent, wireless OLED TV, which can be set to resemble a digital aquarium or fire when it is turned off. LG says their transparency and customizability means they can help rooms feel larger or can fit better with a variety of home decor aesthetics.
The AI-powered Perfecta grill can cook a 1-inch steak in 90 seconds and four chicken breasts in one minute, the company said.
Users can download a mobile app to let grillers know what type of protein they're cooking, what temperature they want it prepared at, and how they want it seared. Then, wait for the AI magic to happen while you grill Perfecta.
The suggested retail price for the smart grill is $3,500.
Snorers, rejoice: This high-tech pillow may save your sleep.
The DeRUCCI Anti-Snoring Pillow monitors the signs of snoring. If you pick any of these up, you'll adjust your head position slightly to try and limit any snoring.
Pair your iPhone with a Blackberry-esque keyboard, and you'll get clicks.
Available in bright yellow or dark grey, the phone case attaches to your phone and replicates the phone's physical keypads of yesteryear. The only question, of course, is does the iPhone really need to be bigger than it already is?
If you're okay with that, the price of the case is $139 for the iPhone 14 Pro or iPhone 15 Pro, and $159 for the iPhone 15 Pro Max.
Samsung's smart home assistant robot, Ballie, autonomously roams around the house to perform various tasks. It can take care of everything from answering phone calls to sending you videos of what your pets are doing while you're away.
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