Looking back at CES 2020’s top 10 high-profile consumer electronics products, “a flash in the pan” or “leading the future”?

The annual International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) has come to an end. CES began in 1967, and has been going on for more than 50 years. As the world’s largest and most influential annual consumer electronics technology show, CES is the global consumer electronics industry’ bellwether, and many of the once-amazing black technology is now fully in our lives.

This year, from mobile phone communications, automobiles, home appliances, peripherals, robots to all kinds of new hunting products, major manufacturers have lit up 18-like martial arts, for the 2020 scientific and technological products and research and development trend to lay the tone.

Looking back at this CES, which manufacturers have brought new products that are squirting in blood? What are these new products just “flashin”, or are they breeding the power to subvert the future? Sohu Technology has taken stock of the top ten high-profile consumer electronics products for you.

Sony Concept Car Vision S

On January 7th Sony unveiled an electric concept car called the Vision S at CES 2020.

It is reported that this car with Bosch, Continental, Magna, Qualcomm, Nvidia, ZF and other well-known supporting plants, the vehicle platform is jointly built by Sony and Magna.

Sony didn’t give much detail about the car, which is designed to showcase Sony’s in-car cmos sensor technology. There are 33 sensors inside and outside the vehicle that can be used to help avoid obstacles.

“Sony Dafa” is the belief of many people in the digital circle, but because the official has not disclosed whether there is a plan to sell cars, this wave of “faith recharge” May need to wait a long time.

Modern Flying Car S-A1

If the CES exhibition is the most in line with the primary school composition of the “2020” thinking of the product, it is a “flying car.” Futuristic travel tool “flying car” is the CES frequent visitors in recent years, but has not entered the mainstream car manufacturers’ eyes. This year’s CES, Hyundai Motor unveiled a flight concept car called the S-A1, and is expected to produce its first prototype in 2023.

From the outside, the S-A1 looks like a combination of conventional helicopters and drones. The flying car has multiple propellers to ensure that a single propeller failure does not cause problems, followed by safety equipment such as standing parachutes in the vehicle, which can keep passengers safe even in the event of an accident.

Maverick self-driving three-wheeled electric motorcycle and riding across electric mo

At ceS2020, Maverick Electric unveiled its first self-driving three-wheeled electric motorcycle, the TQi, and the first cross-riding electric motorcycle, the RQi, both of which support 5G communications.

Among them, the self-driving three-wheeled electric motorcycle TQi uses interspersed semi-enclosed body and -body roof design, can adapt to the travel scene throughout the day. TQi with distance radar with ADAS control vehicle braking, steering, ACC adaptive cruise, and equipped with a pre-collision system, automatic parking system, through cameras, sensors, radar and other 360-degree monitoring, can achieve the L2 level of automatic driving experience.

At the same time, TQi is equipped with a dual front wheel self-balancing system, the use of a new balance controller, real-time induction of body tilt and control the front wheel balance bar telescopic, to achieve active anti-dumping, active positive, to maintain the body level. The TQi is also equipped with SRS airbags, ABS anti-lock braking system, TC traction control and other multi-modal driver assistance systems.

The other RQi is a cross-riding electric motorcycle with a streamlined design and cradle-woven frame for better stability and handling.

Robot Electric Balance Automatic Chair No. 9

One of the main contributions of technological progress is to make people “lazy”, Xiaomi’s eco-chain enterprise No. 9 robot this CES is a more up-and-coming travel tool – “electric wheelchair” Segway S-Pod.

This electric balance automatic chair shaped like a moving “seat”, can provide a wide angle of view, and according to the person’s body type and riding habits design, equipped with the center of gravity automatic control system, through a control lever can control the center of gravity before and after moving, to achieve free walking, braking, the top speed of 40 km/h, a range of up to 70 km. In addition, the S-Pod is operated remotely via a removable iPad.

Lenovo 5G, Folding Screen and Ink Screen Computer

Folding screens and 5G are no longer patents for mobile phones. At CES this year, Lenovo showcased PC pCs based on folding screens and 5G.

Yoga 5G

Lenovo Yoga 5G is Lenovo’s first 5G-enabled laptop, supporting sub-6GHz and mmwave full band 5G networks to ensure a complete 5G network experience.

ThinkPadX1 Fold

The world’s first folding screen computer, the ThinkPad X1 Fold, is made of lightweight alloys and carbon fiber and weighs less than 1 kg. The folding screen can be freely switched at multiple angles when folded, using the two sides as a screen and keyboard, respectively, as the form of a traditional laptop, or fully expanding the screen to turn the machine into a tablet.

ThinkBook Plus

In addition, Lenovo also has a bright spot product ThinkBook Plus, which has a new E-ink electronic ink screen on the case, and in the closed state of the computer, users can also draw images and take notes with a stylus on the thinkBook Plus electronic ink screen in the housing.

Hisense Rotating Screen TV

Looking back on the development of color TV industry in recent years, the market downturn has become the norm, in the context of innovation into the bottleneck, how to surprise victory has become a new trend of industry thinking.

This year’s CES, Hisense has brought a rotating screen TV that can be changed horizontally and vertically. 55 large screen can rotate 90 degrees, but also with the mobile phone wireless transmission screen, can be said to be the larger brush shaker.

Samsung Neon “Artificial Man” Program

In the movie “She,” the hero falls in love with his artificial intelligence system OS1, which has an independent personality and can also build intimate relationships with humans – a brain hole that is becoming a reality.

At CES this year, Samsung unveiled its own “artificial man” program, Neon. These voice assistants have an image that is close to real human beings and can be “emrelated to communicating” with you. They have memories and can gain new knowledge and skills from constant conversations with humans, and eventually each man-made person will have a different personality.

But the project’s researchers say virtual characters don’t become on-call smart assistants, and they “get tired” and need time alone. Hope that users do not treat them as “machines”, but as their own friends.

Samsung “Butler Ball” Ballie

In addition to “artificial humans,” On January 7th Samsung released Ballie, a family life partner robot based on AI technology.

According to reports, Ballie is a small tennis-shaped rolling robot that can be used to manage connected items and home care. It supports IoT device connectivity, voice control, cameras, and a roller for movement.

In Ballie’s demo video, the robot follows its owner and acts as a “smart butler.” For example, when a pet dog spills a bowl of food on the floor, Ballie calls Roomba to clean it up. The robot can also help open smart curtains to wake up its owners. Ballie can take the initiative to seek help in the event of an emergency medical situation (e.g., an elderly person who falls and is unable to get up).

But after watching the video, netizens worried about Ballie’s commercial future – “Isn’t it going to be bitten by the family’s pet dog?” “

L’Oreal AI 3-in-1 skincare assistant Perso

The emergence of L’Oreal, the world’s leading cosmetics manufacturer, was a surprise to everyone. But AI-driven three-in-one skincare assistant Perso is really a black tech that hits out at female users.

Perso looks like a thermal cup, 6.5 inches tall and weighs about a pound. Features such as personal skin analysis, environmental assessment and custom skin care planning to blend skin care products.

It uses AI to analyze the user’s overall skin condition, including deep wrinkles, fine lines, dark spots, and pores, and can assess the day’s weather, temperature, pollen, UV index and humidity that affect the skin’s state. Based on the combined data available above, Perso can help create personalized skincare combinations and even help you mix lipstick and foundation numbers in combination with trends and personal circumstances.

Becon hair loss scanner

This year’s CES, Samsung has covered all kinds of “new Chi Special” brain hole products. Becon, a start-up affiliated with Samsung’s in-house incubator program, has brought a scalp scanner that is a boon for hair loss.

The Becon scalp scanner is for users who are plagued by hair loss but don’t have time or want to consult a doctor. The scanner has built-in camera, temperature and humidity sensor, gas measurement TVOC (total volatile organic compound) sensor, which can work together to assess the user’s scalp health, and can divide the results into 10 dimensions of follicle density, dead skin, scalp sensitivity and other data.

The start-up believes that using the right data to help users find the root cause of hair loss is possible to treat the cause of hair loss and slow down the hair loss process.