Samsung’s tabletop projector can pivot 180º, so you can project on your walls or ceiling and from any height. It projects a 1080p image up to 100″ and automatically adjusts for distortion and wall color. It also has a built-in 360º speaker and Alexa and Bixby voice assistants and plays content wirelessly or via a Micro HDMI port.
Mercedes-Benz’s EQXX concept electric sedan aims to do away with range anxiety. The sleek and luxurious car has a target driving range of 620 mi or 1000 km thanks to reduced battery weight and aerodynamic efficiency. Other highlights include a solar roof for accessory charging and an ultra-wide digital dashboard.
Samsung’s droolworthy QLED gaming monitor packs a 49″ wraparound screen that’s been specially curved to completely fill your field of vision. It has a 5120×1440 resolution, up to 240Hz refresh rate, 1ms response time, HDR 1000 for vivid contrast, and support for FreeSync 2 and G-Sync for smooth panning.
Among the rows of giant televisions and folding computers at CES 2020, Samsung turned up with something we’ve been dreaming of since we were kids – a robotic assistant for your kitchen. The lightweight robot arms attach to the bottom of cabinets, and can download recipes to help with meal prep and assembly.
Sony turned up at CES 2020 with a surprise – a concept car. The Vision-S is designed as a demonstration platform for in-car technologies, from autonomy and safety systems, to entertainment and comfort. The car packs dozens of sensors, multiple widescreen displays, 360º surround audio, and runs on an all-new EV platform.
The FFZERO1 Concept is a glimpse into the future of race cars. Powered by four electric motors generating over 1000 hp, a lightweight, highly aerodynamic carbon fiber shell, and a high-tech interior with augmented reality displays, and a NASA-inspired pilot’s seat.