5 Coolest New Gadgets of 2020

Exactly one decade ago, 4G was the hot new thing, TVs were ugly, and everyone’s cell phones slid open. Just imagine what the next ten years will bring. If we really live up to our innovational potential, it’ll be a slew of technologies that’ll successfully yank our planet away from the precarious edge it is teetering upon. You know, the one where we’re about to plunge into irreversible climate disaster. A dark reality! Let’s reign in the doom and gloom for a second though and focus on the now.

5 Coolest New Gadgets of 2020
5 Coolest New Gadgets of 2020: Big and small reveal all the cool new stuff that they’ve been working on

At the beginning of January, a huge consumer electronics trade show called CES is held in Las Vegas, where companies big and small reveal all the cool new stuff that they’ve been working on. Much of this stuff is nowhere near being ready to actually sell to actual consumers, because it’s too outlandish or futuristic or high-concept or all of the above. Still, it’s fun to look at.

Whereas much of the ready-for-market stuff comes across almost as boring in comparison, but in fact will make our lives more efficient in some neat way or another when it releases. These gadgets below, the 10 most-notable of CES 2020 (according to us), veer into both territories—wacky and useful. Here’s a taste of what this year and years after will have to offer.

And if you’re looking for the cool kind of tech that you can buy right now, head this way for our favorites gadgets—from earbuds to high-tech jean jackets—of the past year.

5 Coolest New Gadgets of 2020

  1. Mercedes-Benz VISION AVTR.
  2. KEEP Cannabis Storage.
  3. Samsung Sero TV.
  4. LG Signature OLED TV R.
  5. Wearable blood pressure monitor
  6. Alienware Concept UFO.

Check reverse  Countdown of 5 Coolest New Gadgets of 2020

Alienware Concept UFO.

Alienware Concept UFO
Alienware Concept UFO

The selling point for this gaming gadget is simple: It’s the Nintendo Switch of PC gaming, with detachable cons, a “bridge” to connect those two detached cons to make one big controller, an eight-inch display, and a kickstand to prop up the screen. But most significantly, Alienware compares its power to that of a PC gaming device to support games that the Switch won’t. Unfortunately though, it’s just a concept with no concrete plans for production or rollout, so you’re stuck with the Switch library or your phone for the time being.

Still, for anyone that loves the idea of the Nintendo Switch but wishes that it had a little more power and the massive library that the PC offers, the price may well be worth it.

Wearable blood pressure monito

Wearables were everywhere at CES this year. Omron Healthcare displayed HeartGuide, the first wearable blood pressure monitor. Designed in the form of a wristwatch, the device measures blood pressure using “oscillometric technology, which is the FDA-recognized standard for accurate, automated, medical-grade blood pressure measurement,” the company stated. This summer, Omron will launch a new mobile app, Omron Connect 2.0. When paired with the HeartGuide monitor, the app will be like a “personal heart health coach” that provides users with heart health info, real-time coaching, and incentives for behavior change.

LG Signature OLED TV R.

LG Signature OLED TV R

One of LG’s 2020 TVs transitions from horizontal to non-existent by rolling down into its base when it’s not needed. LG debuted this OLED 4K HDR smart television at CES last year, and this year confirmed that the thing will go on sale in the U.S. sometime in 2020. And all you need is a rumored $60,000, according to CNET. Yep, $60,000 for a 65-inch TV that blocks and then unblocks a view, epitomizing the phrase “less screen time” but still leaving you with a not-insignificant base to contend with. At least that screen is roll-tested to ensure the best quality (i.e. no breakage or dents) for years. Either way, when one CES TV flips and another disappears altogether, we know tech companies are getting funky with how we watch television.

LG Signature 65-inch Ultra HD 4K OLED TV expected price in India starts from ₹7 Lacs.

LG Signature 65-inch Ultra HD 4K OLED TV

Take a look at LG Signature 65-inch Ultra HD 4K OLED TV detailed specifications and features.

  • 65 in, OLED TV
  • 4K Resolution, 3840 x 2160 pixels
  • Wifi, Ethernet
  • Smart TV
  • 100 w Output
  • Alpha 9 Processor
  • Ultra Slim
  • 3D TV: No
  • Expected Release and Price: Third quarter of 2020 and will be approximately for INR 42,89,220 ($60,000).

Samsung Sero TV

Samsung Sero TV
Samsung Sero TV

Samsung The Sero 43-inch Ultra HD 4K Quantum-dot Smart QLED TV expected price in India starts from ₹1.14 Lacs. Take a look at Samsung The Sero 43-inch Ultra HD 4K Quantum-dot Smart QLED TV detailed specifications and features.

  • 43 in, QLED TV
  • 4K Resolution, 3840 x 2160 pixels
  • Wifi, Ethernet
  • Smart TV
  • 60 w Output
  • Ultra Slim
  • Screen Mirroring / Miracast Support

INR: ₹1.14 Lacs (Expected)

KEEP Cannabis Storage.

KEEP Cannabis Storage
KEEP Cannabis Storage

KEEP is the first home storage device expertly designed to store your stash in a smart, discreet, and secure manner – with your peace of mind, in mind. KEEP features a sleek monochromatic design, combining clean lines with modern aesthetics, and a backlit LED display showing the time and weather. But beyond simply looking beautiful, KEEP lets you store your stash in plain sight, while accenting any space. With a built-in scale, KEEP lets you know how much product you have at all times, no matter where you are.

Mercedes-Benz VISION AVTR.

Inspired by ‘Avatar’, Mercedes-Benz launched Vision AVTR concept car that moves like a crab

Mercedes-Benz VISION AVTR
Mercedes-Benz VISION AVTR

There is no way in hell this machine will be hitting asphalt in 2020. It might never hit asphalt. Nevertheless, it is both insane and earth-friendly, so therefore important. To create the AVTR, Mercedes-Benz teamed up with James Cameron and the Avatar team, hence the name, to brainstorm just how a vehicle can become one with its environment without actually being a plant—and merge with its driver without any prerequisite tail connecting. The answer is the advanced, conceptual technology of AVTR that Mercedes-Benz showcased at CES, ranging from autonomous driving (there’s no steering wheel) and a wildly efficient electric battery to neurons that flow around the vehicle to sense passengers’ energy. Sure! And the description of this car-ish vehicle keeps getting wilder. It can roll sideways like a crab on rotating wheels. The back is covered with mini solar panels. It recognizes its driver’s breathing patterns. It does everything but fly. We’re going to have to reimagine how we imagine the future of transportation.

Mercedes-Benz launched the sustainable concept car Vision AVTR at the CES tech show in Las Vegas on 7th january 2020, Tuesday.

Disclaimer: All information is gathered from various internet sources.

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