The innovation awards for the CES 2020 have been announced. The mixed blessing of CES is that we get to see some new or perhaps re-imagined technology but unfortunately it can be a throw of the dice if it ever gets released. Here’s a few highlights that you may find interesting. Specs are minimal.
The Atmosic M3 Battery-Free Bluetooth 5 Soc. Claiming power usage 5 to 10 times lower than other SoCs it can eliminate the need for battery power.
Meet the Asus PA32UCG. A 120Hz, 4k, HDR, 32″ monitor.
Cybershoes? Here’s the Cybershoes VR system to allow you to walk/run/jump in VR games.
The MSI Optix MAG161. Mobile displays have popped up over the years but this one offers 240hz refresh rate in a 5mm panel with HDMI and USB-C connectivity.
Here’s a whopper. The Samsung 30.72TB PCIe Gen4 NVMe SSD. Yep, over 30 Terabytes!
I admit this one is a bit of a stretch(pun intended). Meet the YogiFi. A yoga mat with projection, tracks users yoga postures for real time feedback, and aroma therapeutic dispensers.
There’s roughly a hundred different listings on the CES site spanning from home security, to smart devices, home entertainment, automotive related, and various other electronic devices. Here’s the link to the site if you’d like to read more.