Cool New Gadgets At CES 2018

About 4,000 companies, including start-ups are attending in CES 2018. In the coming days, there are hundreds of new products, including artificial intelligence, automobiles, medicine… revealed by the companies providing a taste of the future. So in this post, we’ll introduce the cool new gadgets that appear at CES 2018 this year.

Cool New Gadgets At CES 2018


If you want a gigantic smart TV in your home, the great news for you that Samsung will introduce the MicroLED -a version of the Cinema Screen technology, which is used in movie theaters at the upcoming CES. The new model is called The Wall and comes with a mind-blowing 146 inches diagonal.

Besides the Wall, the newly announced Q9S– the first 85-inch 8K TV with AI will also appear at CES this year. According to Samsung, this new TV uses the AI power to upscale regular content into an 8K screen. Both the availability and pricing of them are not available yet.

The latest smart refrigerator based on your family’s food preferences, allergies which probably recommends the recipes, thanks to its integrated cameras insides is also introduced at the upcoming event. However, its availability and pricing are still unknown.


At this CES, LG will also introduce a new 8K smartTV to compete with the Samsung Q9S TV. Its 88-inch display with 7,680×4,320 pixel resolution will blow your mind. Its resolution is higher four times comparing to now-middling 4K set and 16 times more than a standard full-HD TV. Besides, there is also a lite 65-inch 4K OLED version. But until now, LG hasn’t yet announced the pricing or availability of both these smartTVs.


LSPX-A1 ultra-short-throw projector

The new ultra-short-throw projector of Sony features an artificial marble top and an aluminum frame and a wood shelf. The top comes with a 4K projector that is designed to create a 4K resolution image up to 120 inches. There will also the organic glass speakers, a subwoofer and three midrange speakers integrated into this product by Sony. The Sony LSPX-A1 will be available for $30,000 (£14,738).

Sony XBR-X900F

Bravia is a good-selling Sony smartTV series. At the upcoming CES tradeshow, The Japanese Company will bring an impressive 85-inch X900F TV with the dimming LED backlight and the Dolby Vision high dynamic range compatibility. It’s absolutely a great smartTV to expect. However, its pricing and availability are not revealed.

Sony Xperia X2 Ultra

The Xperia X2 Ultra will also appear at this CES with the highest-end wide-angle camera, which is expected to shoot 120-degree photos at only 8 megapixels. Additionally, there is also a fingerprint sensor put on the back. The phone will go on sale in the chosen markets starting in this late January.


HP Spectre x360

The Spectre x360 is designed with the functions of both a tablet and a high-performance laptop. This premium is equipped a quad-core 8th Intel Core i-series processors with two options: Radeon RX Vega M or Nvidia GeForce MX 150 discrete graphics.

The laptop will be available in March in Best Buy and with the price at $1,370 (around £1,010).

Other Products

Planet Computers Gemini

If you’re looking for a mobile accessory for the retro 90s outfit, the Gemini clamshell will be a perfect choice. It’s equipped a 10-core processor, 64GB of ROM as well as other modern connectivity such as 4G, Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth.

Although it’s available in stores yet, you can make a preorder via Indiegogo. The 4G LTE variant costs $599 (£442) and the Wi-Fi only model is only  $499 (£368).

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HTC Vive Pro

HTC is paying attention into the virtual reality game when the company introduced the new Vive Pro offering the enhanced resolution, integrated headphones and, especially a new wireless adapter that allows you to roam the virtual worlds untethered. The device will go on sale in Q1 2018, its pricing is not yet revealed.

Hyundai Nexo hydrogen fuel cell SUV

The Nexo’s prototype fuel cell SUV is equipped with a 120 kW e-motor, which is bolstered by three 700-bar hydrogen tanks and a 1.56 kWh lithium-ion battery. The car is estimated to go more than 350 miles a fill-up. Additionally, the emission is just the water vapor. This Hyundai car will be mass-produced in this year and go on sale in late 2018, but the pricing is still unknown.

There are also a lot of other great gadgets from other manufacturers such as L’Oreal, Acer, Nvidia, etc. We’ll continue to update the latest gadgets for you. Keep reading our posts.