September 18, 2020

2014 CES: Top Ten Representative New Products Surprise

The annual Las Vegas International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) is currently in full swing, and in the past few days we have learned through the media about many groundbreaking products in this year's show. The advent of the world. A few days ago, the well-known American technology media "Connected" compiled the "10 most representative new products of CES" so far. The details are as follows:

Intel introduced its own smart earbud device for the first time at this CES. Unlike the Jarvis headset with integrated personal assistant features, this Intel smart headset doesn't look like a "geek", almost the same as a regular headset. However, this headset has a built-in module that syncs with users' iOS and Android smartphones, and has built-in sensors that track user heart rate, calories burned, pace, walking distance and time.

However, Intel said it has no plans to sell the product, but hopes to collaborate with vendors such as Nike, Strava, FitBit and Jawbone who are already engaged in the user motion tracker business.

2014 CES: Top Ten Representative New Products Surprise

Intel Smart Headset

Garmin, a well-known navigation product design manufacturer, officially entered the field of wearable devices and launched the first Vivofit smart bracelet at CES.

The Vivofit smart bracelet is made of plastic, equipped with a constantly lit screen and keeps track of the user's mobile data. In addition, the bracelet will send the collected data to the Garmin Connect mobile app for viewing by Bluetooth. It should be noted that the Vivofit smart bracelet has a battery life of up to 1 year and is completely waterproof, so users can use it with confidence in almost any environment.

It is reported that the Vivofit smart bracelet will be available in February, the standard version is priced at $130, and the version with heart rate detection is priced at $170.

2014 CES: Top Ten Representative New Products Surprise

Garmin Vivofit Smart Bracelet

WowWee is a technology company specializing in the production of toy robots. At this CES show, they exhibited a new robot MiP. The MiP robot is only palm-sized and moves through two wheels. Its biggest feature is balance. After establishing a connection with the smartphone via Bluetooth, the user can control it to make various actions based on the application. For example, the user can select the "boxing" mode for two MiPs to perform a "boxing match", or click the "sleep" mode to let the robot lie back and "rest".

WowWee said the MiP robot is expected to be available in May this year for $99.99.

2014 CES: Top Ten Representative New Products Surprise

MiP robot

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