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CES 2018: The best of this year’s show
    2018-January-17  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

The 2018 Consumer Electronics Show (CES), the world’s largest annual consumer technology trade show, was held in Las Vegas, the United States. This year’s show ran from January 7 to 12 and featured about 3,900 exhibitors. This year’s CES had a lot of interesting and exciting new gadgets. Fox News has compiled a list of five categories* and the offerings that stood out from the competition.

Best wearable*:

Smart glasses with Amazon’s Alexa

Vuzix Blade Smart Sunglasses made a lot of “best of” lists this year at CES and for good reason — Vuzix has achieved what Google Glass couldn’t. It allows you to keep your head up while interacting with your device.

The Vuzix glasses have a couple of standout* features, including the ability to query* Alexa, Amazon’s voice-enabled intelligent personal assistant. Another is augmented reality*, which lets you interact with virtual objects floating in front of the device.

The glasses will be priced at US$1,000. The company is targeting the second quarter for a consumer version release.

Best gaming PC:

Digital Storm Project Spark

The gaming PC company launched what it called its “smallest high performance PC ever.”

The gaming rig* is only 12 inches tall and 4 inches wide but “filled with enthusiast-level* components as well as custom liquid-cooling piping*,” according to PC Mag.

Pricing starts at US$1,299 but you can max it out with high-end components like an Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080 and an Intel Core i7-870K processor.

Best concept car: Byton

The Chinese brand is trying to take the computer-on-wheels proposition* to the next level.

Multiple modems* and integrated flat antennas* provide a bandwidth* of up to 1,000 megabits per second, the company claims. The roomy infotainment* system display — with an extra-wide screen — is controlled by gestures. The car will be designed to offer autonomous* driving.

The concept is slated to have a range of up to 500 km.

Best smartphone-laptop

combination: Razer Project Linda

It’s not the first time this has been tried but Razer’s is certainly one of the most innovative.

Essentially, the device takes a Razer smartphone and docks it where the laptop’s trackpad* should be. And, you guessed it, the smartphone display becomes a trackpad. And it can also serve as a second touch screen, in addition to the laptop’s display.

Best new smartphone:

Honor View10

A sub-brand of Chinese device maker Huawei, Honor specializes in offering phones with higher-end specifications* at a relatively low price.

And the specifications of the View10 are pretty impressive: a Huawei Kirin 970 AI processor, 6GB of RAM, 20MP+16MP dual-lens camera, a 6-inch display, and Android 8.0 — all for less than US$500. (SD-Agencies)

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