The Consumer Electronics Show (CES), the world's gathering place for all those who thrive on the business of consumer technologies has reached its conclusion following a week of leading tech manufacturers showing off their latest products, newest gadgets, and next-generation innovations in Las Vegas, Nevada. This year was all about improving communication between smart home gadgets, making the car feel more personal, and putting screens everywhere imaginable.
Here’s a look at some of the coolest products we came across on the CES showroom:
Smacircle, based in Shenzhen, China, claims it's built the world's most compact and lightweight foldable eBike. Weighing in at roughly 15 pounds (6.8 kg), the bike can be folded into a small backpack and locked using your phone.
L'Oreal, the French makeup master has developed a battery-free wearable that can be placed on your fingernail. The tiny sticker is a sensor that is able to report how much UV a person has been exposed to and via an app can transfer the data to a smartphone. It's available exclusively through dermatologists in 2018 with a global launch planned for 2019.
The Mars earphones working with any Android or iOS phone enable person-to-person real-time translation. Thanks to the two separate wireless earbuds, one user can wear one earbud, one person the other, and using an app on a smartphone you can translate a previously disjointed conversation.
Moodo aims to smarten up your home's aroma with Wi-Fi-connectivity and integration with Alexa, Amazon's voice-activated assistant. It offers multiple fragrance capsules that can be loaded into the device and mixed together to create a limitless number of fragrance options.