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.
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.
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.
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.
The President and CEO of Samsung's IT & Mobile Communication division told members of the media at CES this week that the company's first foldable phone sold between 400,000 to 500,000 units in 2019, almost half of the 1 million figure that was floated by another exec a month ago.