"Best tech of CES 2018"
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Best tech of CES 2018
CES 2018 is the world's biggest showcase for all the new technology we're going to see this year and in the future.
Here's what we think were the best products at the show.
Brian Tong here at CES 2018.
And right next to me the adorable, the all new iBo from Sony.
Check this out, 4,000 parts.
It was actually 22 accuaters, we'll think of it as motors Or joints that are moving to bring this Aibo.
But there you go, a first look at the adorable Aibo.
I love it.
I gotta have it now.
I am holding a product called the Neo-Modo.
This glove does something entirely different, and it's so cool.
It addresses the lack of Movement or even paralysis that maybe someone who's suffered a spinal column injury would have.
So if you don't have full control or full movement, or even full paralysis of your hand, by wearing this glove it covers your index finger, your middle finger, and thumb, and there's titanium wires in here.
And it's connected to controller, and the controller could either allow for a grip Or allow for release.
I'm at CES 2018 in LG Display's booth.
Behind me is one of the coolest things I've ever seen.
This is a rollable OLED television.
65 inch TV that LG display has developed as a prototype to show to other manufacturers this is not something that's coming out right now Now, but it is something that could be coming out in the next few years.
Hey crew, this is Sean Hollister with CNET and I'm in the new Vive Pro, an enhanced version of the Vive virtual reality headset that has way better resolution inside.
It's a little bit more glassy, a little bit more like I'm actually there.
Future of AR toys is probably gonna have a lot more things like the Merge Six Degree of Freedom Blaster.
It's fully movable in space, so you can duck, roll, slide around.
Expect a lot of AR/mixed reality with your phone in 2018.
I'm here at Whirlpool's booth at CES 2018 and they have a new product that's an over-the-range microwave that's internet connected and it works with Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa.
Now, this isn't any old microwave.
It has a lot of capabilities beyond just heating up your frozen The pizza.
It has a convection fan and a cooking element built in so it's a little bit like having a small oven right above your real oven.
I can guarantee us getting a look inside the Byton concept car.
This has their shared experience display.
This is a huge 49-inch display across the front This car is gonna go into production in 2019.
I've got Cyrus from [UNKNOWN] here who's gonna show me how it works.
Every year PC maker Razer provides one of CES big highlights by showcasing one or more inventive concept pieces.
But instead of traditional Intel Inside PC, this is a dock for the company's own Android power Razr phone.
The laptop has a large, empty slot where the touch pad would normally be and it's exactly the right size to drop in the 5.7 inch Razr phone.
This might look like a Bluetooth [UNKNOWN] but what it actually does is it sends power wirelessly to devices like this.
This is the PowerSpot transmitter, and it can charge to 30 devices from as far as 80 feet away or by 24 meters wirelessly no mats no wires, no nothing.
The PowerSpot transmitter by Powercast costs $50 it will be available in the third quarter of this year.
This is the
The thinnest computer ever, or at least for right now.
It's the Acer Swift 7. The 14 inch notebook is only 8.98 millimeters thick, technically making it the thinnest computer in the world.
There's so much more CES goodness where that came from.
So make sure to check out cnet.com.
And let us know your favorite products in the comments below.
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