CES is over for another year and the roundup posts are out in full force. What tech caught our eye this year? With a plethora of products to choose from including, but not limited to, home electronics, wearable tech, gaming laptops, headphones, cars and cameras, it really was an incredible year.
Here are the top 5 products that got us excited.
With the wearable fitness tracker market becoming a little saturated, it’s great to see something that doesn’t look anything like a fitness tracker.
Nikon’s answer to the GoPro, the KeyMission 360 is a 360-degree snapper (as the name suggests) and is capable of filming recordings in 4k. It can film up to 30m without a casing and during playback, users can enable electronic vibration reduction to reduce camera shakiness.
This is not just a fridge. This fridge is equipped with a camera feed so you can check the contents from anywhere in the world. This fridge has a 21.5 inch, 1080p monitor on the front that can show recipes, websites, play radio and more. This fridge can prompt you on what food you’re running low on, so you can buy some more. This is the fridge of the future.
With the Sphero BB-8 you can control a tiny BB-8 with a watch-style wearable and an app. Because who doesn’t want to pretend they’re a Jedi?
An amazingly thin gaming laptop, the Razor Blade Stealth measures just 0.52 inches thin and weighs just 2.75lb yet packs an Intel Skylake Core i7, PCIe SSD and 8GB of DDR3 memory and touch-enabled panels in 2,560 x 1,440 (QHD) and 3,840 x 2,160 (4K) resolutions.
What were your top CES picks?