A few days before the start of the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2024, expectations are growing about the new products that will be presented, especially after knowing the schedule and the most important exhibitors.
The event will be held in Las Vegas, United States, on January 9, 10, 11 and 12. Here we tell you what some of the strange things will be introduced next week.
Articles about cell phones, beauty, artificial intelligence, and even bathroom time sparked curiosity.
“CES presents companies that include manufacturers, developers, and suppliers of consumer technology devices, content, technology delivery systems, and more,” they note on their website, where you can find the schedule and details of featured exhibitors.
This year's CES will bring with it the new PureWash E930, designed by Alfred Richardson, Kohler's marketing and channel marketing director.
This toilet is worth $2,149. The product will have the opportunity to be managed with voice commands, making it a unique and advanced design that contains artificial intelligence.
iPhone keyboard case
Brought to you by MrMobile comes Clicks, a keyboard for the iPhone.
“Flicks takes the things you love most about iPhone and makes them better: more screen, new ways to create, and shortcuts that make you feel like you have superpowers,” says MrMobile's Michael Fisher.
This product aims to use more screen space by moving the keyboard outwards, which also allows for more precise typing.
“For L'Oréal, the future of beauty is inclusive. This future will be more accessible thanks to technology,” said Nicolas Hieronymus, CEO of L'Oréal Group, who delivered one of the keynote speeches at the exhibition.
The company has technology prototypes focused on makeup, one of which has attracted the most attention in HAPTA, a portable, precise application tool aimed at helping those with limited fine motor skills in their hands.
The smart device is capable of leveling pots, opening containers and applying them.
Eyebrow tattooing at home
L'Oreal also showed its new technology for achieving the perfect appearance of eyebrows through a device called Brow Magic.
“With L'Oréal Brow Magic, people can achieve a personalized brow look at home based on their natural facial features and brows,” said the company, which developed a device in collaboration with Brinker, a leader in non-permanent printed tattoos.
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