We’ve compiled a list of the top CES 2023 tech products after searching the world’s largest tech show for all the most cutting-edge offerings we could discover. We chose six items that stand out for their innovation, originality, and likelihood to make the most significant, most positive influence.
1. Evie ring from Movano
Movano is developing the first wearable fitness tracker that will be FDA-certified as a medical device to increase the standard for precision and dependability in wearables, Unfortunately, a lot of today’s fitness trackers don’t have to be accurate, and a lot of them aren’t, especially in some situations. Therefore, it is noteworthy, Movano intends to release fitness trackers of a high medical standard.
With its debut device, Movano also seeks to address another issue with today’s fitness trackers: practically all of them were initially created with men in mind before being modified to meet the demands of women. With the Evie ring, Movano is changing the game by designing a product that is primarily for women and is focused on their health. In the middle of 2023, Evie will be released, and men’s fitness trackers will follow.
2. HTC Vive XR Elite
The HTC Vive XR Elite headset is incredibly light and pleasant to wear, offers top-notch visuals, and costs a comparatively affordable $1,999. The headset can stream content from mobile devices, desktop computers, and internet VR platforms. Additionally, HTC claims to be working with every VR industry participant who wants to establish an open, cross-platform metaverse that is similar to the available internet.
3. Lenovo ThinkBook Wireless Dock
The Lenovo ThinkBook Wireless Dock debuted among the numerous new laptops, PCs, and even a smartphone that Lenovo announced. This enables a wireless connection between your computer and two 4K displays running at 60 Hz. The device also includes a wireless charging pad that, while it currently only supports one type of Lenovo laptop, has the potential to be added to newer models in the future.
4. FluentPet Connect
Over time, a sheepadoodle named Bunny has become one of the internet’s most popular viral stars. Bunny trained herself to communicate with her owner by tapping out over 90 syllables on a soundboard using the principles of classical training.
Now, when your dog or cat pushes a particular button, you can receive an alert on your phone in addition to hearing the speaker. As a result, you can be informed of what your pet is trying to say even if you’re elsewhere in the house or at work. Anything from your dog needs to go outdoors to the mailman just showing up to a stranger knocking on your door can fall under this category.
5. Displace Wireless TV
The TV is surprisingly portable and uses hot-swappable batteries with a month-long lifespan. To get material, it establishes a wireless connection with a base station. Additionally, it features a feature that makes it simple to relocate it to various locations throughout your home: vacuum suction technology allows it to attach to almost any surface without a mount. It does not also employ a remote.
Users manage it instead using gestures and a smartphone app. The level of ambition with which Displace has attempted to enhance the TV viewing experience is quite astonishing.
6. Flex Hybrid from Samsung Display
Since 2019, when demand for foldable phones peaked, most phone manufacturers have abandoned this product line. Samsung continues to introduce fresh foldable models every year, and its component-making subsidiary Samsung Display went all-in by showcasing its most recent phone prototype at CES 2023. That includes various folding, bending, and extending model types.
We’d all probably love to be able to interact with them more effectively through technology.