Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2022 was different from previous years in that, despite the fact that there was a physical exhibition for the first time since the pandemic began but many people decided not to attend.
Some companies were present in the CES 2022 in Las Vegas, while others had intended to go but after the Omicron many companies withdrew to attend the show.
Following the list of best CES 2022, we chose the best products based on a variety of criteria. Some of these devices improve on ones we’ve liked, while others provide some really useful features for people who want to work from home, monitor their lost items, or stay active.
Samsung’s Galaxy S21 FE
The Samsung Galaxy S21 FE is a promising budget phone with premium features for affordable pricing of $699. When compared to the fantastic $599 Google Pixel 6, the Galaxy S21 FE is a tough sell, but there’s a case to be made for it.
Samsung ECO remote
Samsung CEO JH Han spoke on a number of major topics at his pre-CES 2022 speech, one of which was sustainability. The corporation introduced a number of environmental initiatives, the most prominent of which is the Eco Remote. Although the Eco Remote was introduced with TVs last year, it will now be included with every TV that the business releases this year, which should help to reduce the unnecessary waste of millions of batteries every year.
ASUS Zenbook 17 Fold OLED
Is it a tablet? Is that a laptop? Netflix on a large foldable screen? Asus and its Zenbook 17 Fold OLED are boosting the wow factor in laptop design in any way you slice it. Its 17.3-inch display is entirely made of OLED, resulting in vibrant colours and excellent contrast. It’s easily portable a screen larger than several desktop monitors with the folding Zenbook and its travel cover.
Nvidia RTX 3050 Graphic Card
Nvidia, the chipmaker whose cards power everything from game consoles to self-driving vehicles, announced the next generation of its consumer graphics cards at CES 2022. At $249, the RTX 3050 is a good value.
Even though the gadget didn’t make an appearance, the name, branding, and specs for Sony’s next virtual reality headset, PlayStation VR2, were enough to have us enthusiastic about the next headgear.
The PS VR2 offers a 2,000 x 2,040 resolution for each eye, a 110-degree field of vision, 4K HDR capabilities, and 90Hz or 120Hz frame rates. The new gadget has updated eye-tracking software as well as object tracking rendering, a gaze-based feature seen in many high-end PC headsets.
BMW iX Flow
At the CES 2022 event, BMW unveiled the BMW iX Flow, a colour-changing concept electric vehicle. E Ink technology is used to transform the vehicle’s colour from black to grey to white. The automobile may personalize the places where the colour changes with this technology, giving it cool-looking stripes.