E-scooters are wonderful mobility devices, but traditional scooters need wired charging at home, on special charging stations or taken back to base for charging, but Meredot's truly innovative wireless charger is a powerful game changer.
The first intelligent and connected domestic dispenser of herbal oils for personalised care, it delivers precise doses of essential oils within its range of 50 programs, in particular for skin issues, digestion, joints, stress, and sleep, and it won the CES 2022 Innovation Award in the Health and Wellness Category.
Wireless power is here, and while consumers aren't yet using wireless power tech to charge their consumer electronics just yet, the technology is rolling out at retail, and this is the decade we'll see a much greater industrial, business, retail and consumer rollout!
The decade of wireless power is upon us, with Ossia offering technologies that can deliver power wirelessly, within retail settings, with award-winning charging tables, through next-gen graphical price tags, IoT devices, consumer electronics and more.
Although LG's presence at CES 2022 was virtual, the company still launched a range of new TVs and the new OLED evo range, an air purifier, new washing machine tower, new gaming laptops and gear, a new Instaview fridge, new robot and more!
Although Targus won a CES 2021 award for its UV-C light, it only seems to be launching now, and isn't yet listed on the Australian site, but even so, Targus has a wide range of antimicrobial technologies on its "DefenseGuard" range that may well become standard across all manufacturers one day.
I've seen various smart litter boxes advertised on crownfunding sites over the years, but this is the first one I've seen in action, and with the Wi-Fi enabled, health monitoring app-controlled smarts that work with Alexa and Google voice controls, Leo's Loo Too looks great for humans and cats, young and old, while elegantly solving an age old problem.
With a strong focus on sustainability, Samsung kicked off CES with a strong keynote video, while its massive stand at CES 2022 covered entertainment, robots, gaming, smartphones, tablets, projectors, connected home appliances and more.
From a new, COVID-test device that gives instant results just with your breath, to a colour-changing electric BMW to autonomous, electric farm robots that can hoe, weed, seed and more, through to ever-smarter smart home tech, including wireless energy at a distance to robots with ever more realistic facial expressions, and whether it is the latest GPUs, CPUs, start-ups, smartphones, TVs, flying cars, accessibility-friendly tech, fintech, wellness, wearables and much, much more - CES 2022 was definitely smaller, but it still succeeded in launching tons of terrific tech.
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