Top Tech at CES 2024: The Latest and Greatest – Video

Top Tech at CES 2024: The Latest and Greatest – Video

Best of CES 2024: The Coolest Tech

The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) is known for introducing the world to the most cutting-edge technology, and the 2024 edition did not disappoint. One of the standout trends of the show was transparent displays, with LG unveiling a 77-inch transparent TV called the OLED T. This futuristic TV is designed to blend in with the home when not in use, transforming into a fish tank or a window to a starry night. Samsung also showcased a transparent version of its micro LED screens, demonstrating commercial applications such as sports stadium luxury boxes.

Artificial Intelligence (AI) was another major theme at CES 2024, with OpenAI’s chat GBT integrated into everyday devices. Volkswagen announced that it will be adding chat GBT to its electric vehicles, allowing for more advanced voice commands and natural language processing. Additionally, the Robits R1 uses AI to operate smartphone apps through voice commands, providing a hands-free experience.

In the realm of wearable tech, the EVE smart ring for women tracks various health metrics including period, ovulation, sleep, and mood. This unobtrusive and stylish accessory offers a convenient way to monitor health without the need for a subscription.

Asus introduced the Zenbook Duo, a laptop with two full 14-inch OLED touchscreens, offering an expansive workspace for creative professionals. With the integration of AI, transparent displays, and innovative wearable technology, CES 2024 delivered some of the most exciting and forward-thinking products in the tech industry. For more details and to discover additional standout products from the show, subscribe to CET for the latest in tech innovation.

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From LGC through TV to the first car equipped with chat gbt the world’s biggest electronic show continues to bring us extraordinary Tech here’s what are in our humble opinion the best products from CES 2024 CES never fails to surprise us in this year’s unexpected Trend was transparent displays there’s

Something you have to see to believe or I guess see through to believe LG introduced a 77in transparent TV called the OLED T the idea is it’s supposed to blend in with your home when you’re not using it by transforming into say a fish tank or a window to a starry night

Rather than taking up space as a boring black screen I am not sure how much blending in it’ll be doing it’s far too cool looking to go unnoticed but it sure does open up the room more than a black screen would you can watch TV in that

Transparent mode but the screen can also become opaque for a more traditional viewing experience it only has one power cord which is great because it will would kind of be a buzz kill if you could see lots of cables through your transparent TV you can plug any other

Connections into a separate box that can sit up to 30 ft away from the television pricing hasn’t been set but cat’s David cats expects it to be very expensive it’s supposed to be available sometime this year Samsung also introduced a transparent version of its micro LED screens but we probably won’t have this

Tech in our homes anytime soon one because it isn’t available in the market yet and two because the demos highlighted more commercial applications imagine the windows in a luxury box at a sports game being made out of these micro LED screens that you could see through and see useful information like

The score on pretty neat even if it’s still a concept AI was the buzzword at this year’s CES which isn’t surprising because it’s the hottest Topic in Tech right now and because to be fair a lot of the companies that present it CES have been talking about it for years but

At CES 2024 we saw some of the major AI advancements from the past year like open ai’s chat gbt being integrated into our everyday devices maybe the most significant came from Volkswagen it announced it’ll be adding chat gbt to its electric vehicles in Q2 of 2024 more specifically the car maker is

Collaborating with sence to add the chatbot into its Ida voice assistant right now you can ask Ida to for example place a call or navigate you home and tasks like these will continue to be handled locally by VW software but starting in Q2 of this year Ida will be

Able to answer more complicated questions with the help of Chad gbt say you want some good fetuccini Alfredo instead of asking Ida for Italian restaurants nearby and figuring out which ones have fetuccini Alfredo on your own you can just ask Ida where can I get a good fetuccini Alfredo nearby

And The Voice Assistant will find the restaurants with the dish for you robits R1 uses artificial intelligence to take scrolling out of using your smartphone just press a button speak voice commands into it like a walkie-talkie and it operates the apps on your phone for you

So you could ask it to for example play a Spotify playlist on your phone or call an Uber it’s $200 and is currently available for pre-order this is the flip phone like you’ve never seen it before meet Samsung’s Flex in andout flip it bends 360° so you can still use it when

It’s shut it doesn’t block the camera even when it’s flipped backwards and the larger side is big enough to show useful information like battery the time media playback controls and more it’s still just a concept but it’s pretty cool and CET Lisa at AO points out that this

Could give us a glimpse into the future of foldables the EV ring may look like a regular piece of jewelry but it’s actually a smart ring designed specifically for women it tracks a period ovulation menstrual symptoms daily steps active minutes sleep mood and more cnet’s Bridget Cary used it

While running around CES and liked that it was an unobtrusive way to just track her health and then she could check her data from the mobile app she said it did well counting her steps and unlike her Apple watch she could sleep with it without worrying about the battery dying

Overnight you can order the eveve ring now for $270 it doesn’t require a subscription but it is IOS only right now there’s never a shortage of cool new laptops at CES assum unveiled the Zenbook Duo the Brand’s first laptop with two full 14-in OLED touchscreens giving you lots of

Screen real estate we saw a design like this last year and highlighted it as one of the best products of CES 2023 lenovo’s yoga book 9i but the Asus laptop offers two welcome improvements over Lenovo a detachable Bluetooth keyboard and a built-in kickstand for the laptop you can also lay the Zenbook

Duo flat and use it with the assus active pen the performance specs are pretty sweet in the Zenbook Duo as well with up to an Intel Core Ultra 9 processor integrated Intel art graphics and up to 32 GB of memory Asus says the Zenbook duo will be available sometime

In q1 with a starting price of around $1,500 those were some of the best products of CES 2024 for more cool Tech and our favorite finds from the show floor subscribe to CET

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