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five ces gadgets you can actually buy this year

by:Tuowei     2019-09-04
You don\'t need to be a gadget geek to know the annual Consumer Electronics Show (CES)
As a glimpse into the future-
But many of the technologies we can use may take a few years to make a commercial debut.
Or, in some cases, the ambitious prototype will dissolve in the \"vaporizer\" and will never appear on the retail shelf.
In other words, what happens in Vegas sometimes stays in Vegas.
But if these companies keep their promises, these high-tech toys we found at 2016 CES will not show up.
Here are some promising projects that you can get within the year --end.
CES in Varia rear view bike RadarWinner won the CES Innovation Award, and Garmin\'s Varia rear view radar approached 140 from the back by warning cyclists (About 153 yards)
And display the information on the screen installed on the bicycle handlebar.
Cyclists can be told up to 8 cars, and as the color changes, it indicates that the risk is increasing.
Varia, known as the world\'s first bicycle radar system ($199.
99, available now)
It is also possible to warn vehicles riding bicycles in front of them, and the brightness will increase or flash faster as the car approaches.
Chevrolet Bolt at CES-not the upcoming Detroit auto show-2017 Chevrolet Bolt electric is a full
The distance between electric cars is more than 200 miles.
Perhaps even more impressive, the price is about $30,000 (
After government incentives). The five-
The compact door also has a lot of technology in the car, including a large 10. 2-
Inch touch screen, optional 4g lte connection, Ultrawide rear-
View camera mirrors (
Blind spots are gone! )
CarPlay and Android Auto are supported.
Production of Chevrolet Bolt electric vehicles will begin later this year.
UA Health box Armour and HTC have created UA Health box ($400)
This is a comprehensive, connected health system that tracks and manages your activities, fitness, sleep and nutrition.
HealthBox was launched in January 22, including the wearable UA Band (for the wrist)
UA heart rate monitoring (
Chest strap)
Intelligent UA Scale (
Measure body weight, body fat)--
All of this is wirelessly connected to the UA recording companion app for Android or iOS.
Each device sends data to the app, as shown in the dashboard in the app, in addition to providing you with information and motivation to help achieve your fitness and health goals.
You \'ve seen a 3D printer, but how about printing the designed printer on your nails?
The $2,800 iNail smart printer is aimed at a professional nail shop, not for home use (available now)
Let you choose or design a pattern or photo and print it directly to your nails-
Do you want to wait 8-
Odd seconds of gel polishing settings (
Before applying light and sealing with UV rays)
Alternatively, if you would like to insert a set of 20 PCs nail/toe tips and apply them.
The Chinese company says users can choose from hundreds of designs through the 13 phones. 3-
Inch touch screen or import your own image. LEGO WeDo 2.
It may not be as young as Fisher Price\'s code. a-Pillar (
Also on CES), LEGO’s next-generation S. T. E. M.
Providing elementary school students with the basics of programming and robotics looks like a fascinating toolkit.
WeDo 2 is mainly created for educators.
0 is damaged by 280 Lego blocks, a Bluetooth hub connected to the motor that can then be controlled using motion and tilt sensors as well as draggingand-
Software Interface (the WeDo 2.
0 software can be downloaded now.
The kit is suitable for PCs, mac and iPads, Android tablets and mobile phones;
Google Chromebooks will be supported sometime in the second half of 2016.
Education is accessible to interested educators. lego.
Com for pricing and licensing information.
Columnist Marc Saltzman writes technology equipment and trends for USA Today.
Follow Marc on Twitter: @ Marc-saltzman. E-
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