On the first day of the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2020, various companies have come up with some of the exciting products. HP, Dell, and Lenovo unveiled a bunch of sleek Windows ultrabooks with the latest Intel processors. Samsung came up with its weird rotating TV. LÓreal announced a new gadget for mixing makeup material.
Let us take a brief on the announcements that happened on Day 1 of CES 2020.
Samsung Galaxy Lite smartphones
The Galaxy S10 Lite and Galaxy Note 10 Lite are more affordable variants of the mainstream S and Note series phones. The S10 Lite is a powerful alternative to the Galaxy S10e as it will come with new cameras and a Snapdragon 855 chip. On the other hand, Note 10 Lite will be an affordable alternative to the Note 10. Prices of both the phones are yet to be announced.
Samsung Sero rotating TV
Samsung Sero rotating TV is a 43-inch 4K QLED TV that comes with a special rotating stand. It is designed in such a way to allow its users to stream their Instagram or Snapchat stories on the TV as it will be aligned vertically to prevent ugly black bars to the sides. Moreover, you can tap on it to start streaming automatically if you have a Samsung Galaxy phone
LÓreal’s mixing expert Perso
LÓreal this year has come up with the Perso which is a gadget that specializes in mixing cosmetic items, especially mixing foundation, lipstick, and skincare. The gadget will use AI and faces tracking to analyze your facial details and customize the make-up.
Smart toothbrushes this year will use AI to help you get your mouth washed.
The iO that is owned by Oral-B uses AI to wash the mouth as a magnetic drive is included to help with 16 zones of the mouth. It has seven brushing modes and lasts up to 12 days on a single charge. On the other hand, the Colgate Plaqless Pro Toothbrush is meant to clear plaque formation and bacterial layers on the teeth, however, it is not yet revealed when it will be launched.
At CES 2020, Dell was the first one to announce the new XPS 13 laptop with tiny bezels on all four sides of the display and the latest 10th Gen Intel processors. Then, HP announced its Spectre x360 15-inch variant that also gets extremely slim bezels, a very exquisite looking design and the latest 10th Gen guts from Intel. Lastly, the HP Elite Dragonfly G2 is the newest competitor in the business laptop lineup with a Tile Bluetooth tracker built-in.