The Consumer Electronics Show (CES 2020) is the largest technological gathering where brand new devices and products are displayed. It has 11 official venues, with more than 2.9 million net square feet of exhibit space.

CES 2020

So here we have listed the weirdest tech gadgets from across the world that were showcased in Consumer Electronics Show (CES 2020).

CHARMIN ROLLBOT

You may die laughing but Charmin Rollbot brings you spare toilet paper roll. It is controlled with a smartphone via Bluetooth. It has an electronic sensor system that helps you know how your bathroom smells without experiencing it. 

CHARMIN ROLLBOT at Consumer Electronics Show

The Charmin Rollbot is just a prototype and you have to wait for the real product. Charmin is demonstrating the products at Proctor and Gamble LifeLab Booth at CES 2020. They haven’t disclosed the price as of yet.

SAMSUNG ROTATING TV

At CES 2020 Samsung revealed a new 4KTV called Sero that can rotate. It is a feature that allows your TV to resemble your smartphone. When you synchronize your TV with a Samsung Galaxy phone it will automatically rotate to match the orientation of your device.

SAMSUNG ROTATING TV at Consumer Electronics Show

Samsung has not yet revealed the release date as of yet or how much it will cost. Although the TV is available in Korea. It is one of those TVs that was supposed to be launched at CES 2020, the annual technology conference in Las Vegas. 

SAMSUNG BALLIE

SAMSUNG BALLIE was shown off by Samsung at CES 2020. It is a robot companion that supports you, your family and even your pets. It is a ball-shaped device with a built-in camera. It can move around your entire house to help you with your daily tasks.

SAMSUNG BALLIE at Consumer Electronics Show

Samsung Ballie also interacts with the devices at your home. Samsung neither revealed the release date nor the price of Samsung Ballie.

BMW i3 Urban Suite

Consumer Electronics Show (CES 2020) was not only the stage for the upcoming tech goodies but it was also a chance for the automobile brands to show-off their products. BMW, used Consumer Electronics Show (CES 2020) to present its i3 Urban Suite concept. It is a stripped-out version of the all-electric runabout, which has a single passenger seat and designed in an almost first-class fashion just like aircraft have. The driver’s seat remains as usual, which is the spot for your chauffeur to drive you to your destination while you’re relaxing in the back.

BMW i3 Urban Suite at Consumer Electronics Show

BMW i3 Urban Suite has suicide doors that open the entire passenger side of the car, making getting in and out a breeze. It is the next evolution of the limo, only if a limo fits one passenger.

Dell Alienware Concept UFO

Dell Alienware Concept UFO was one the most interesting gadgets that stole the spotlight from many tech enthusiasts. The product is just a prototype of a device that Dell-Alienware could launch anytime soon.

Dell Alienware Concept UFO at Consumer Electronics Show

So there was no release date given, nor pricing details for the product.

It has an 8-inch display, kickstand, detachable controllers. It also supports external devices like displays or a keyboard and mouse. It is more of a portable PC gaming experience that doesn’t require a laptop

Conclusion

Consumer Electronics Show(CES) never fails to deliver as it is holding onto people’s expectations for years. It delivers solutions that will change our lives and help solve major challenges.
Few takeaways from CSE 2020:

  • Robots and AI are taking over
  • Smart Home has hit an innovation plateau
  • Self-driving cars were everywhere

There is no question that the Consumer Electronics Show (CES 2020) is an important conference for the industry. The next Consumer Electronics Show (CES) will take place in 2021.

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