Android Central presents its list of favorites from this year's CES 2021! From real products to concepts, these are some of our favorite devices that we thought deserved a shout out for their innovation.
While CES is all about the big tech announcements, from TVs to speakers, headphones, to automotive, every year also sees the launch of headline-grabbing products that seem almost too ridiculous to be true. Here are eight of the weirdest and dumbest ones from CES 2021.
CES 2021 was unique this year in that it was held entirely virtually. But there was also another marked difference in the major trade show: a focus on new product categories, discussions, and trends fuelled by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Sonos Move owners can now continue to enjoy their smart speaker even after years of extended use. The company now offers a battery replacement kit for the Move, allowing users to easily replace the battery once it reaches the end of its lifetime.
New Chromebooks pop out of the January snow like daisies most years, but with so few at CES, you might be wondering where they're debuting instead. Meet BETT, the education trade show where the cool and affordable Chromebooks are hanging out this year.
The world of rugged smartphones got a little faster today with the announcement of Kyocera's new Duraforce Ultra 5G UW. The phone will be released on Verizon with a Snapdragon 765G chip and military standard 810H protections.
During CES 2021, TCL is announcing the addition of 8K support to its 6 Series Roku TVs, as well as a NXTPAPER tablet that uses natural light rather than backlighting for a more comfortable, full-color viewing experience.
TP-Link is developing a Wi-Fi 6 mesh router with built-in Alexa, a 6E router that hits up to 10Gbps across multiple ethernet ports, a smart switch that turns off the lights once you've left the room, and other smart tech you can see in its virtual CES 2021 exhibit.