CES 2018 Las Vegas - 4 New Products You Should Know About
Four Noteworthy New Products at the 2018 Consumer Electronics Show.
We’ve waded through the writings and musings of tech editors from around the world to narrow down to this list of four interesting products that were presented at this year's CES in Las Vegas.
Toyota has come up with a new concept for an electric transportation module. It’s a self-driving rectangular box on wheels that can be configured to serve as a truck, mini bus, shop, movable office, hotel room, anything you can think of. The exterior sides of the e-Palette are pixelized and can display branding, news, advertising messages, artwork and the like.
65-inch Roll-Up TV - LG's 65" organic light emitting diode (OLED) TV can be rolled up into a tube and fit into a box with a sound bar.
Electronic Pajamas - Japanese company Xenoma created pajamas with sensors that can detect vital signs and movement. They’re intended for use with hospital patients, especially people with dementia. What’s truly fantastic is that they can withstand 100+ cycles in a washing machine.
UV Exposure Sensor - Cosmetics firm L’Orleal introduced a UV sensor that attaches to a thumbnail to monitor your exposure to the sun. The battery free electronic sensor interfaces with NFC-enabled smartphones.
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