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CES is always home to a good mix of announcements for legit gadgets and aspirational proofs of concept. Here are all of the products announced at CES 2020 that you can actually go out and buy right now.
The team here at Android Central took the meetings, roamed the halls and covered all of the news to find the best announcements at CES 2020. These are our award winners!
He spent the entire week telling everyone he's doing the best he can with what he's got, but his retail strategy tells a whole different story.
Nomad’s Base Station Pro is the first consumer release with the new technology coming later this year.
From massive 8K TVs to waterproof drones to AI-powered washing machines to Alexa-powered Lamborghinis, there was an out-of-reach product for everyone at the show.
Sensel pressure sensors can register accurate touch response and deep force feedback without many of the constraints of current capacitive touch technology.
In the near future, your Roomba might have arms so that it can fold your laundry, wash your dishes, or even grab you a can of soda from the fridge. This isn't just conceptual tech, though. These are actual products iRobot is working on and is planning on debuting over the next five years.
Looking Glass Factory will sell its 8K holographic display, aimed at commercial and business markets, starting in Spring 2020. The company has not shared pricing.
Roborock is spreading out from their usual robot vacuum fare this year at CES 2020 by announcing a new handheld vacuum cleaner. The Roborock H6 takes all of the expertise they've built over the course of their existing lineup, and packaged it into a lightweight, powerful unit that can keep carpets and hardwood floors clean in any home.
With more and more vehicles getting Android Auto and Apple CarPlay functionality, when will Alexa gain equal footing? The time needs to be now.
Samsung's previous Galaxy A50 is an incredible value for the mid-range segment, and really outperformed its price in terms of display, battery life and cameras. Its next-generation follow-up comes in two flavors: the Galaxy A51 and Galaxy A71.
Quibi, a new streaming service that's designed to be used entirely on phones, is changing up the idea of how videos are watched. Short-form, vertical and horizontal, and a mix of all of these are part of what makes Quibi special and different.
We think about CES mostly as a tech show, but did you know there are dogs EVERYWHERE? Here are the dogs I met this year.
Alpine showed off new, and biggest, head-unit for cars at CES this week. The iLX-F411 feature an 11-inch 'hovering' screen, and is compatible with both Android Auto and Apple CarPlay.
The Cyrcle phone is a circular Android phone with two headphone jacks that may launch sometime in the 2020s.
Wiz Connected, the sister company of Philips Hue that sells Wi-Fi connected bulbs, is now offering a remote control as well as a new motion and light sensor.
A bin that can be locked and unlocked remotely can be great for packages if it's simple to use. It looks like Yale has figured that part out.
From smart speaker shower heads to smart toilets with Alexa, these wacky bathroom tech products at CES 2020 let you live the future you've always dreamed of.
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Audio-Technica is roaring into 2020 with a pair of the most exciting true wireless earbuds I've used in months.