CES 2016 isn’t stopping until all the finest advances in consumer electronics have been thoroughly gushed over and neither are we. Onward!
Panasonic Lumix ZS100
The LUMIX ZS100 does what other cameras its size can only dream of. It’s 20-megapixel sensor practically eliminates photo artifacts and its 250mm optical zoom takes you where the action is.
Huawei Elegant and Jewel Smartwatches
The HUAWEI Jewel and Elegant smart watches are so beautiful, they look like they belong under museum glass. But they are actually fully functional mobile Internet devices. These Android and iOS wristbound platforms are only available in certain global regions. What, you thought something as plebeian as money was the only thing you need to get one?
Double Robotics The Double 2
It looks like a Segway for your iPad, but it’s really a rather practical approach to tele-presence. The drive system gives you the ability to send your tablet or phone waltzing down the hall to act as your representative and transmit your pretense where you cannot be. This is an upgrade on a previous model and is now 80% faster.
Razer RealSense 3D Camera
YouTube stars, eat your hearts out. The finest webcam on the planet offers 3D scanning, has an insane 720 max frame rate, noise cancelation, and 1080pixel HD capture- and that’s just a start. These honeys are too good for anything shy of Windows 10.
Misfit Specter Headphones
Had enough high-end headphones? Neither have we. The Specter headset delivers deep bass, noise isolation, and hearing protection- somehow. And it all comes in a size that fits right in your ear.
MSI GT72S Tobii Gaming Laptop
The world’s most powerful gaming laptop is here. Murder orcs with an i7 Intel processor, DDR4-2133 64GB memory, and Ge-force GTX 980M graphics. The GT72S Dominator is guaranteed to be the hottest gaming computer for at least 10 to 17 weeks!
The future of gaming is Oculus Rift. And now it comes with the Xbox Oculus remote. It looks like an old Xbox controller, and while the manufacturer is holding back on the tech specs, rumor has it the similarities end at the housing.
Segway Advanced Personal Robot
It was really only a matter of time before Segway jammed a robot on their famous scooters. The company is being a bit secretive about this little guy, but we know that it’s got a very sophisticated visual tracking system that allows it to follow you around like a puppy. We guarantee that when this thing sits up and makes eye contact with you, you’re going to be impressed.
Dell Latitude 13 7000 Series
Dell always manages to keep in the running with its reliably practical machines. The Latitude 13 7000 comes with an UltraSharp InfinityEdge monitor and is is the smallest 13-inch business-class Ultrabook on Earth.
Dell Latitude 12 7000 Series
This Dell is one of the prettiest laptops the company has ever produced. It’s also the rugged one of the bunch and comes with the biggest punch of this generation of Dell laptops.
Dell Latitude 11 5000
This time, Dell is shooting for mobility and they hit the mark with the Latitude 11 5000. This transformable 2-in-1 laptop has got the first of Dell’s OLED monitors and enough muscle to keep up with last year’s full-size laptops.
Technics SL-1200G and SL-1200GAE
The audiophiles among you will be glad they hung in this long. We don’t have to tell you that vinyl is not dead, and Technic has got the toys to prove it. The all new SL-1200 turntables come packed with a Twin-Rotor Surface-Facing Direct Drive Motor, a High Sensitive Tonearm, and a Brass-Top Turntable Platter to scrape every last crackle out of those beautiful records of yours.
TCL 65-inch X1 TV
All hail the mighty Television. All the Internet content in the universe couldn’t stop the TCL from delivering 65 inches of Dolby HDR sound and vision- and just in time for David Bowie’s birthday.
Huawei Mate 8 Smartphone
Introducing the most powerful chipset in the world of smartphones. The Huawei Mate 8 never misses a transmission with its Kirin 950 chipset and 125% performing CPU. How does it perform at higher then 100%? Magic. That’s how.
Nikon D500 DSLR
Photo pros rejoice. Your current camera is obsolete again! So go buy this one before some other hack comes along and puts you out of a job with its 20.9MP DX-format CMOS sensor, ISO range of 100-51,200 expandable, and the deadline-busting instant share feature.
Nikon KeyMission 360
If the Nikon corporation hasn’t already depleted your life savings, you’ll want to try their first action camera. This, Nikon’s answer to the GoPro, has all the features you expect from an action camera, with the usual image and sound quality that Nikon cannot fail to provide.
Huawei MediaPad M2 Tablet
If you liked Huawei’s Mate 8 smartphone, you’ll like their tablet. It’s shiny and sleek. It is the world’s first all metal encased tablet and has 4G capability.
Samsung Gear S2 in Platinum and Rose Gold
Samsung set a new standard for smart watches in 2015 and intends to do it again this year. The S2 watches are deceptively versatile and discretely powerful with all the options you expect from the brand.
Samsung Notebook 9
Not to be taken off its usual stride, Samsung introduces its newest laptop this year. The Notebook 9 weighs less than a kilogram, sports full HD display power, has a 12-hour battery life, and a seamless productivity suite which you will have to experience to appreciate.
Kodak Super 8 Camera
Film buffs rejoice. The Super 8 is back, and Kodak has combined the classic film look of Super 8 recordings with the power and versatility of digital tech.
Sony 75-inch XBR-X940D Series TV
Maybe you were beginning to wonder when Sony was going to cut into the action. They are coming in strong with their ultra high-def, massive 75 inch TV.
Sony Walkman A26
If you thought Kodak is the only one looking back in time for inspiration, get ready for Walkman. This colorful line of music players is not quite as swish as the previous generation, but they are prettier and are aimed at a more accessible market.
Sony PS-HX500 Turntable
Not to let Technic grab all the vinyl action, Sony offers its minimalistic PS-HX500. This little honey lets you digitize your vinyl and comes with all the features you expect from the latest generation of old school music technology.PS-HX500. This little honey lets you digitize your vinyl and comes with all the features you expect from the latest generation of old school music technology.
Garmin Varia Vision
Ever on the lookout for consumer safety, the Garmin corporation has created a heads up display for bicyclists so that they can view their stats without taking their eyes from the road. This featherweight device clips onto the user’s glasses, displays performance data, and links with Garmin’s Varis to alert riders to vehicles approaching from behind. Replete with touch panel screens and mobile device compatibility (what doesn’t anymore right?) this HUD is bound to become an indispensable addition to every cyclist’s tool kit.
These friendly looking fitness trackers are easy to read on the running trail, even in bright sunlight. An array of reminders and sensors help keep you on track, and the accompanying app lets you examine your progress, formulate and revise your fitness plan on the fly with these sunny looking little fellas.