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Some fascinating things at CES 2022

Jan 28, 2022

The international fair CES 2022 was held in Las Vegas from January 5 to 8. Developers from all around the world presented their interesting high-tech innovations. In this article, we will tell you about some of them. So let's go!

  1. AMD presented its Ryzen 6000 series of mobile processors. All of them are based on 6-nm cores and come equipped with an integrated RDNA 2 graphics system. The company also introduced its new mobile video cards in the Radeon RX 6000M and RX 6000S series. In addition, they showed off their Ryzen 7000 desktop processors, built on 5-nm process technology, supporting DDR5 and PCIe 5.0.

AMD Ryzen 6000 Series Release Date, Specifications and Price

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  1. Another well-known hardware manufacturer, NVIDIA, presented its latest budget gaming graphics card, the $249 GeForce RTX 3050, as well as its flagship model, the GeForce RTX 3090 Ti, which features increased performance.


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  1. Razer unveiled its extravagant Project Sophia concept, a powerful gaming PC integrated into a desk, complete with a huge 65”—or 77”!—OLED display. The system allows you to integrate various modules, such as additional screens and wireless chargers for smartphones and tablets.

Modular Gaming Desk Concept - Razer Project Sophia

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  1. Taiwanese giant ASUS also presented its developments at CES 2022. They displayed quite an unusual-looking Zenbook 17 Fold OLED device that is a tablet with a flexible 17” screen that folds in half. Another interesting product on display was the ROG Flow Z13 gaming model, with a powerful 14-core Intel processor.

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  1. How do you like the Archer AXE200 Omni, a new and unusual-looking router from TP-Link? Its four antennas rotate over a wide range for the best Wi-Fi signal transmission to connected devices. The Archer AXE200 Omni supports Wi-Fi 6E technology and is capable of transferring data at speeds up to 4.8 Gbps.

TP-Link made a router with automatically adjusting antennas

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  1. The Chipolo CARD Spot, unlike the typical smart spots on the market such as AirTag or SmartTag, is ideal for a wallet; it’s a thin plate that looks like a bank card. The Chipolo CARD Spot connects to Apple's locator systems. It also features a sound notification and notification of disconnection from a smartphone. The product can operate offline for two years, and its degree of protection allows you to even dive with it.

Chipolo takes on Tile with a new 'lost wallet' tracker that works with  Apple's Find My | TechCrunch

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  1. Check out TCL NxtWear Air’s smart glasses! TCL has considerable experience in making smart headsets, but its new product is lightweight and elegant. They look like regular sunglasses, but a pair of Micro LED displays at 1080p resolution and stereo speakers provide an incredible user experience. TCL NxtWear Air broadcasts pictures and sounds directly from a smartphone or laptop.

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  1. The South Korean giant Samsung seems to have made a serious bet on folding devices. Their new Flex S and Flex G models are typical representatives of such devices. They are equipped with a pair of hinges, and the pattern of the letter indicates the folding mechanics. But these are only concepts and there are no real dates for their entry into the market yet.

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  1. BMW, the auto giant from Bavaria, also attended CES 2022. They brought their iX Flow, which can almost instantly change its body color from black to white and back again, due to special microcapsules filled with pigments. This technology is not new, although it has not been used on cars before. This effect is well known to all those who like to read e-books. The system consumes energy only at the moment of color change; the rest of the time the capsules do not need to use any energy to maintain their state.

BMW iX Flow Concept (2022) - pictures, information & specs

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  1. Alas, the coronavirus pandemic still affects our daily life, and protective masks have become an integral part of it. But you definitely have not seen a mask like this one. The Razer Zephyr Pro is the second generation of Razer's smart mask. Its appearance, dimensions, and weight have not changed, but there is an RGB backlight and a special speaker at the bottom of the device. Now, even if a person speaks very quietly, the amplification system will make sure that their speech is clearly audible at a distance of 3-5 m.


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  1. Shure’s AONIC 40 Wireless Over-Ear Headphones are equipped with large, 40-mm dynamic drivers, and the connection to a smartphone is implemented via the Bluetooth 5.0 protocol. Shure AONIC 40 supports AAC, aptX, and aptX HD codecs. To customize the sound, a special ShurePlus PLAY application has been developed with a parametric equalizer and a high-definition player. Active noise cancellation ensures the highest quality sound.

AONIC 40 - Wireless Noise Cancelling Headphones

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  1. The Japanese giant Sony also decided to show off its results in the field of electric vehicles. Their prototype electric crossover, the Vision-S, looks quite attractive. The presented concept has no less than forty sensors, including four lidars.

Sony Vision-S concept electric car unveiled at CES looks at a connected  near-future

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  1. Samsung unveiled its compact, portable Freestyle projector at this year’s fair. It can act as a smart speaker and a table lamp. Unlike conventional projectors currently on the market, the Freestyle features a cylindrical body that can be angled up to 180° to display video content on any surface. The system supports a resolution of 1920x1080 pixels. The gadget is equipped with functions like automatic distortion correction, automatic alignment, and autofocus, providing the perfect picture.

Samsung's tiny Freestyle projector is fun so get over it - The Verge

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  1. Two interesting new products from Garmin were presented in the smartwatch category at CES 2022: the Venu 2 Plus and the Vivomove Sport. The Venu 2 Plus is a classic wrist model with a 1.3” display with a 416x416 resolution, all in a 43-mm case. Also, the device is equipped with a speaker and a microphone, thanks to which you can receive calls on a smartphone previously paired via Bluetooth. The Vivomove Sport is a classic smartwatch hybrid with an analog dial design. There is a small touch screen at the bottom. This is where data on heart rate, oxygen content in the blood, and other information is displayed, including data on the duration of sleep and physical activity.

Garmin Venu 2 Plus review | TechRadar

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  1. This smart lamp with health-monitoring functionality looks like an ordinary light bulb. But this is only outwardly. The gadget has a built-in radar to monitor the health of people in the room. Connection to a smart home system takes place via Wi-Fi or Bluetooth. A special module monitors a person’s sleep and biometric indicators, including pulse and body temperature. The lamps can work on their own or be combined into a mesh network that allows you to track the behavior and state of a person in real time. The device is also capable of detecting a fall.

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Despite the pandemic, which is still not receding and will apparently continue to affect supply chains this year, the world's leading technology companies continue to work actively on bringing their new products to the market, so that despite everything, technological progress can continue. If CES 2022 is any indication, it appears technology will keep on progressing very actively in the year to come, and we should see many interesting new products.

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