CES 2020 Highlights On Day 2 Of Biggest Tech Trade Show

Posted: Jan 9 2020, 5:32am CST | by , in CES


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CES 2020 Highlights on day 2 of biggest tech trade show

These are all the most exciting announcements made during the second day of the CES.

The biggest tech trade expo of the year, the annual Consumer Electronics Show, is still ongoing, offering the latest products and innovations developed by tech giants and startups alike.

The CES 2020 is being held in Las Vegas, and it is scheduled to close on Friday, January 10.

Yesterday, we came out with the highlights on day one of the CES 2020. This time, we are bringing you all the best innovations that were showcased on day two of the CES. Check them all out here:

Razer Kishi universal mobile gaming controller

Razer unveiled the new cloud-compatible Razer Kishi universal mobile gaming controllers that work on Android and iOS devices. This device offers clickable analog controls and thumbsticks on both sides of the phone. Razer teamed up with Gamevice to design the controller so it would fit most smartphones. Gamers can even charge it as they play as it comes with a hidden USB-C or Apple Lightning connection and pass-through charging ports.

NOLO VR's NOLO CV1 Air motion tracking kit for the Huawei VR Glass

The NOLO CV1 Air motion tracking kit is compatible with the Huawei VR Glass. It is the most lightweight mobile VR headset accessory to date at only 20 grams. It uses 6DoF interactive motion tracking technology, making it possible for the device to track a gamers' head and hands. This way, users will be able to play SteamVR games and mobile-based 6DoF VR games with +/-2mm positioning precision and less than 20ms positioning latency.

Whisk's Food AI that suggests recipes

Samsung NEXT’s smart food platform Whisk has released its latest kitchen innovation called Food AI that allows users to save their favorite recipes into Whisk’s recipe box in order to get customized recipe suggestions. Food AI also collects users’ food preferences information including their dietary restrictions and the brands they usually use.

RB and Amazon's smart product replenishment program

Lysol maker RB and Amazon have teamed up to develop prototypes of their new auto replenishment technologies for basic home products. Customers will no longer have to log into their Amazon accounts and search for a certain product to reorder them. The technologies that Amazon and RB have developed and will continue developing will reorder the products for them.

Huami's Amazfit T-Rex smartwatch

This military-grade smartwatch by Huami s built for users who love the outdoors. It features a durable design that passed 12 regulations of the military-standard (MIL-STD-810G) quality test. Its durable polymer body allows the smartwatch to sustain any type of weather and temperature.

LuluPet smart cat litter box

LuluPet’s smart cat litter box uses artificial intelligence to detect litter weight and analyze other litter conditions to find out if a cat is normal, if it is having constipation, diarrhea or other health concerns. The cat owners are then notified if their cat is experiencing certain abnormalities in its body. LuluPet said it developed this smart technology to help cat owners prevent feces-related diseases, which are usually among the top ten causes of death for domestic cats.

Pitaka's Air Omni 6-in-1 wireless charger

The Air Omni nightstand charger by Pitaka allows users to power up to 6 devices altogether. It comes with a convertible Lightning / USB-C tablet charger, standard USB type-A and USB-C side ports, as well as a hidden storage drawer. It can charge up to six iOS and Android devices, including smartphones, a smartwatch, wireless earbuds, a tablet, and any other MFi, USB-A, USB-C, or Lightning enabled device, according to Pitaka.

Bullitt's new rugged Cat S32 smartphone

The Cat S32 is the latest addition to Bullitt’s line of Caterpillar Inc.-licensed products. All of Bullitt’s Cat phones are able to survive in different environments. The Cat S32 is able to sustain all types of environments, including harsh weather outdoors. Its most impeccable features include its long battery life of 4,200mAh, its rugged body that is IP68 dust proof and waterproof, and its large and bright 5.5" HD+ 18x9 display that is visible even under bright sunlight. The screen is protected by a scratch resistant DragonTrail Pro Glass.

Check back tomorrow at I4U News for the highlights of the third day of the annual tech show.

Catch the latest updates on the biggest consumer electronics trade show, including all the new and improved products from tech giants and startups, at I4U News’ dedicated CES 2020 News Hub.

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