- Samsung Freestyle Projector
Portable cinema experiences were an area of focus for Samsung, who launched their Freestyle Projector. Weighing in at under 1 kilogram and complete with an adjustable stand and a built-in 360-degree sound system, this all-in-one device allows users to watch their favourite films on the go.
- Bear Robotics Servi Robot
The latest development in home-help technology came courtesy of Bear Robotics, who have designed a wheeled robot that users can communicate with via app or voice control. With the ability to guide itself through a home using sensors, the Servi can carry up to 11 kilograms of weight and has two shelves which can be moved up and down to reach different heights.
- The Ring Alarm Glass Break Sensor
Sticking with the home-help theme, Ring has unveiled the latest add-on to its smart alarm system. The Ring Alarm Glass Break Sensor detects the sound of breaking glass and alerts users to potential break-ins. Made possible through the power of AI, the device can distinguish between the sound of a window or glass door being smashed and false alarms such as clattering crockery or jingling keys.
- NINU Smart Perfume
The world’s first smart perfume by NINU will be launching in June 2022. Featuring a 100-in-1 fragrance bottle controlled with an AI-powered app, this beauty tech device can create and switch between 100 fragrances with a tap on a button on a user’s smartphone — all in a reusable bottle.
Back by popular demand, this year saw the return of the new and improved Y-Brush – a toothbrush that cleans your teeth in 10 seconds. First launched at CES in 2017, the updated design features an easier-to-hold handle and includes six vibration modes that lets users pick their preferred sensitivity.
- AI Sound Mirror
Winner of three CES innovation awards, the Sound Mirror is the world’s first voice-activated mirror. Complete with an artificial intelligent assistant, the mirror conceals a smart speaker that allows users to check the weather, set alarms, play music and even control other smart devices.