Tech is getting sleeker, faster, better and literally bigger. Every year the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) sets up a spectacle for lovers of tech and introduces the world to what is in store for the upcoming year. More than 4500 exhibitors were present and from CES 2020 Day 1 itself, we have a lot to look forward to other than everyone talking about 5G and 5G integration with every possible device. So here are the major highlights from CES 2020 Day 2.
See this too: CES 2020 Day 1: Sony, Oneplus, foldable laptops, etc
CES 2020 Day 2
Samsung Announces AI-Powered Bot
Well, these days AI has become one of the major fields of advancement. Most of the brands are going toward AI-powered devices.
Samsung also announced an AI-powered bot for using it in the common kitchen household. This bot is capable of doing the maximum of daily kitchen household works or in another sense, we can say it a bot chef.
Samsung is calling the Bot Chef – a “cobot”, or collaborative robot. This will help the user in preparing food and doing other kinds of stuff in the kitchen.
Samsung Announces 8K TV series
Samsung again announced an 8K TV series which will be powered by Artificial Intelligence. It showcased an 8K QLED TV which will be capable of smart home integration and enhance the power of enhanced AI technology to improve audio, video and smart capabilities.
Samsung Announces Ballie, a tiny robot
This year Samsung is actually enhancing the technology and showcasing many unique electronics. Samsung showcased a tiny robot named Ballie that looks like a tennis ball. It has a camera which helps it to identify the owner and follow them as per their direction. It can also be used as a projector for showing something on a big screen.
Royale Announces Mirage Smart speaker
Last year Royale was the first brand to commercially announce a foldable device. Now this year they come with a smart speaker named Mirage Smart Speaker. It is not an ordinary smart speaker who has some AI assistant to answer your commands instead along with that, they wrapped up a foldable display around the speaker which can be used to display images, videos, etc.
This Alexa-enabled speaker also has a 5MP camera and 48mm full-range drivers. Well at this time we have more information about the Royale Mirage but the pricing is about 900 USD. That’s a huge amount compared with Google Home and Apple Homepod.
Uber Showcased their Flying Taxi
Uber has been promising flying taxis for a long time, and at CES 2020, Hyundai joined the Uber Elevate initiative for deploying Uber’s Air Network and mass-producing their flying taxis.
Well, this is something we didn’t expect as soon as the CES 2020. We were thinking of this project to be for 2021 or 2022. But Uber surprised us by showcasing the Uber Flying Taxi.