Coolest Tech Products That Came Out This Year

Coolest Tech Products That Came Out This Year

The annual Consumer Electronics Show (CES) is a showcase for cutting-edge technology from firms such as Sony, Microsoft, and Samsung. This year’s show in Las Vegas, which recently ended, did not disappoint. Although some of the goods may not be available for several years, we’ve combed through the noise (and press releases) to uncover the five coolest tech products unveiled at CES 2022. We’re looking forward to evaluating everything from an innovative laptop with a touchscreen to the latest drones whenever they’re released.

1. PlayStation VR2

The original PlayStation VR headset was a huge hit (at least in terms of virtual reality headsets), so there was a lot of anticipation when Sony revealed the sequel. Sony didn’t reveal any images of the headset, but it did confirm a few crucial characteristics. The Sony PS VR2 will include an OLED display with a resolution of 2000 x 2040 per eye and frame rates of up to 120 frames per second. The resolution is twice that of the original PlayStation VR, which was released in 2016.

The PS VR2 can track your eye and head movements, allowing you to adjust your perspective without touching a controller, according to Sony. The headset will also include a single motor that may vibrate and pulse in response to what’s going on in the game. Sony has announced that the PS VR2 and PlayStation 5 will be connected via a single USB-C connector. During the presentation, Sony did not commit to a price or a release date.

2. Samsung Freestyle is number two.

Samsung’s Freestyle is a portable HD projector with a unique design that stood out at CES 2022. The tube-shaped Freestyle projector is mounted on a stand that allows you to swivel it 180 degrees. Samsung claims that the Freestyle is intelligent enough to adapt the picture it casts to compensate for odd angles and non-white walls. In terms of connectivity, the Freestyle offers one small HDMI port and can wirelessly stream video from AirPlay 2 devices and Samsung’s SmartHub.

A battery base allows you to take the Freestyle with you wherever you go, and an adaptor allows you to screw the projector into any standard light fixture. Naturally, the Freestyle is compatible with Bixby, Samsung’s smart assistant, allowing you to use it without using your hands. Unlike most CES 2022 items, the Samsung Freestyle is available for presale on Samsung’s website for $899 and will begin arriving on February 2.

3. Lenovo ThinkBook Plus Gen 3 is the third generation of Lenovo’s ThinkBook laptop.

With the Thinkbook Plus Gen 3, a soon-to-be-released laptop with a design unlike anything we’ve seen before, Lenovo went all out. The laptop has a 17-inch ultra-wide display with a 21:10 aspect ratio. The screen’s distinctive shape was created to compliment the ThinkBook Plus Gen 3’s full-sized keyboard’s eight-inch dedicated touchscreen.

You can use your fingers to tap or swipe the touch screen, or a stylus embedded into the rear of the machine to interact with it. The touch screen, according to Lenovo, may be utilized to gain quick access to your favorite programs, scribble down notes during meetings, and boost your multitasking abilities in general.

The industrial design of this laptop sets it unique, but Lenovo has made sure that its functioning matches its appearance. The computer may be customized with up to 32GB of RAM, 2TB of storage, and an Intel i7 processor from the 12th generation. It has USB-C and USB-A connectors, an HDMI port, and a Thunderbolt 4 port (which is becoming increasingly rare in high-end laptops). According to Lenovo, the ThinkBook Plus Gen 3 can last “up to” 11 hours on a single charge, which is astounding if accurate. The business has not stated a release date or pricing for this laptop, but it is featured on Lenovo’s website as “coming soon.”

4. Evo Nano Series by Autel Robotics

Consumer-oriented drones have been popular for several years, but Autel Robotics’ Eco Nano Series drones are more powerful than you might anticipate given their small size. When folded, a Nano Series drone measures less than 5.6 inches long and weighs little over half a pound without attachments. One can be carried in a large purse or backpack without causing it to bulge.

Although both drones in Autel Robotics’ Nano Series can record 4K video and shoot high-resolution photos, the premium model can take crisper photos and has a camera that is better suited to low-light scenarios. To be clear, drone enthusiasts should be delighted with either model’s recordings, and these are the only differences between the two.

Autel Robotics upgraded its Nano Series drones with a suite of sensors that can detect and avoid objects automatically during flight, preventing crashes. With a single tap, the company’s app lets you to perform visually amazing moves like subject tracking, pans, and zooms. For first-time flyers, this makes using these drones far less scary.

The company’s website has further information regarding Autel Robotics’ Nano Series drones, but no pricing or availability information is currently available.

5. M*Pwr Masonite

Masonite’s M*Pwr is, in fact, a door. Yes, it’s also one of the most interesting tech gadgets to emerge from CES 2022. Masonite collaborated with Ring and Slange to integrate a Peephole Cam and Yale Smart Lock right into the door, earning it this honor. It also has three spots where you may customize the smart lighting, so the door will be well lit when you walk in.

The door’s sensors allow you to see if it’s open or closed, which is maybe its most useful feature. Because all of these digital attachments demand power, the door must be connected to your home’s power supply to function. If your power goes out, the M*Pwr will automatically convert to battery power, which can last up to one day.

According to Masonite, the M*Pwr will be available in a variety of styles and colors, allowing you to customize the design of your home. The M*Pwr hasn’t been given a clear release date or price, but it’s helping to usher in the next generation of smart-home technology.

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