The Consumer Electronics Show usually takes place in Las Vegas in January and this year it is virtual. Steve Greenberg, innovation and tech expert says this year a lot of the push at the CES was health and technology. He says one example of this is the BIOS Skyview table lamp. It was created by former NASA scientists and it is the only lamp on the market that gives off the precise same light wave length as natural sunlight so not only does it light up the room but supports your well being by enhancing productivity, alertness, boosts up your mood and promotes better sleep. The light actually rotates through sunrise, daytime, sunset, and nighttime modes and using the free app you can sync that rotation to your zip code. Not only does it have a lot of science behind it, but it is a beautiful looking lamp as well.
You can’t do all those Zoom meetings without a great light and even a better wireless airbuds. Greenberg says he is using Soundcore’s Liberty Air 2 Pro. They have many stand out features like multi-mode active noise cancelling; it has a seven-hour battery life and it comes in four really cool colors.
Lenovo has the world’s first foldable pc. It is their Thinkpad X1 and the screen literally folds. You take the keyboard out and you have this amazing mega screen.
Samsung’s Bot Handy is a one arm robot that can help put dishes in the dishwasher. It can help with laundry; it can even pour you a glass of wine at the end of the day.