Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2020 has just gone done and dusted at this point, so we’re rounding up for the coolest laptops, phones, TVs, drones, and other gadgets including the weird and wacky that caught our eye this year. From electric toothbrushes that claim to expertly clean your whole mouth in mere seconds, to foldable laptops and vertical TVs, this year’s consumer electronics show did not disappoint.
The only complaint the public might have is the pricing case in many of the products which hindered the release. So, to help you out which devices will actually go on sale soon, we’re sticking to the things that are expected to hit store shelves in 2020.
Best of CES 2020
Samsung Galaxy Chromebook
Samsung showcased the Galaxy Chromebook at CES 2020 and it might just be the best Chrome OS machine ever made. It completely rivals the premium Google Pixelbook, with its 13.3-inch 4K AMOLED screen, Intel 10th-gen Core-i5 processor, and 2-in-1 build that allows it to function as either a laptop or a tablet.
Harman Kardon Citation Oasis
The Citation Oasis a smart alarm clock from Samsung’s Harman Kardon subsidiary. The one feature that completely separates it from others like the Amazon Echo Dot with Clock is its built-in wireless charging capability. Imagine this on your bedstand at night time charging your phone.
Lenovo Thinkpad X1 Fold
CES 2020 also featured a Lenovo foldable laptop since at least 2017, and it finally showed one at The ThinkPad X1 Fold will have multiple modes for users to choose, including the ability to completely open up to a 13.3-inch laptop. It has Windows 10, uses Intel Core processors, and weighs 2.2 pounds.
Y-Brush is surfacing at CES 2020 as an entirely new way to brush your teeth. Its unique mouthguard-like design can supposedly clean all your teeth in just 10 seconds.
PowerVision’s PowerEgg X is a camera drone. It is packed with a ton of features all meant to stand out in the crowded market. For instance, it has features of waterproofing, allowing it to fly in a heavy rainstorm. It also has the unique ability to take off as well as land and water.
LG Signature RX
LG has been stretching its flexible screen technology for a while, and now, its first rollable TV is set to rock the market now. It will do it for its consumers later this year. The LG Signature RX’s marquee superior feature is that the screen can roll up into a cabinet when you power it down. It has a pretty hefty price tag too.
Samsung Q950TS 8K TV
The new year features new 8K TVs. 4k was the thing in the past, now 8k is ruling the markets. The Q950TS is the flagship model from Samsung, featuring a minuscule 2.3mm bezel. Pricing is not revealed yet. But other companies, like Sony and LG, each announced 8K TV models that should be available this year, too.
Samsung Sero is a 47-inch 4K QLED TV with impressive functions like rotating like a Facebook Portal. It can flip from horizontal to vertical to facilitate the user to watch your favorite TiKToK and Instagram and Snapchat videos just like one would like to on the phone.