In the era of booming technology, products with new and impressive features hit the market every day. It’s important to keep an eye out for inventions which appeal to us and just might make our day a bit easier. Here is a top 10 list of the most exciting products releasing this year.
1. Razer Tomahawk
The Razer Tomahawk is a PC specifically made for gamers who want high computing power with the added feature of portability. It’s designed around Intel’s Next Unit of Computing architecture and all of the components are snugly fitted inside a 10-litre case. It houses an Intel Core i9-9980HK CPU, 64 GB of RAM and an Nvidia Geforce RTX 2080. This is an absolute beast of a machine, and it can be carried around to LAN parties and tournaments.
2. LG ThinQ washer with AI
This new front-load washing machine features an Artificial Intelligent motor, which automatically identifies fabric types, detects volumes and weight of each laundry load. With this data, it carries out the optimal wash cycle, with the precise amount of detergent and carefully tailors the process to extend the life of garments. It also offers tips regarding improving product performance and notifies when the machine needs servicing. The price is yet to be announced, and the product will be releasing in the US by the end of June 2020.
3. MamaRoo sleep bassinet
This innovative bassinet plays a range of lullaby sounds, and also mimics the natural oscillations and bounce of a human parent. It comes with different variations of motion such as car ride, tree swing, to name a few, which helps the baby fall asleep. One can customize the speed, time and vibration with just an app on the phone. They are priced at $329 and started selling globally in February.
These glasses were developed specifically for children with dyslexia. It precisely modulates light, making use of its electrochromic lens, allowing for faster and clearer reading. It doesn’t depend on any particular language and starts to work as soon as you put it on. Lexilens is one of the CES 2020 honorees and is set to hit stores in October.
This is a water-recycling device developed by Hydraloop Systems BV. It can recycle 85% of all domestic water and can be placed anywhere inside the house. Bath and shower water can be reused for toilet flushing or gardens, thereby reducing water consumption by up to 45%. Overall, this reduces the carbon footprint and reduces the wastage of water which could very easily be used for other purposes. This product sells for $4000 per unit.
6. Xbox Series X
It contains a custom-designed processor with the Zen 2 and next-gen RDNA architecture which Microsoft developed in collaboration with AMD. It supports 4K at 60FPS, with a Variable Refresh Rate. The Xbox Series X will make use of Auto Low Latency Mode to make it more responsive than its predecessors. This gaming console will release at the end of 2020.
7. PlayStation 5
Powered by a custom 8-core AMD Zen 2 CPU with a Navi GPU, the PlayStation 5 supports hardware-accelerated ray-tracing. It also promises significant advances in its loading times with its new, custom SSD. It is also set to release near the end of 2020.
8. Withings ScanWatch
This smartwatch made its debut at CES 2020 this year and is one of the first wearables to track medical-grade electrocardiogram and sleep apnea. It also monitors heartbeat and potential breathing problems, alongside an exceptional battery life of up to 30 days. This product is expected to release in the second quarter of 2020.
9. Y Brush
French company FasTeesh has developed a toothbrush that promises fresh, clean teeth in just 10 seconds. The nylon-based bristles are placed in multiple angles that reach every corner of the teeth and the gums. The brush is powered by a motor and all one needs to do is place it at the top of their mouth. The toothbrush automatically cleans the entire top row of teeth and repeating this process for the bottom set will leave you with clean teeth in less than 10 seconds. This product will be available for purchase near the end of April 2020.
10. ThinkPad X1 Fold Laptop
This laptop is fully touchscreen with an edge-to-edge display. The flexible OLED screen allows you to bend it from the middle and use it as a standard laptop. Unfolding it will offer an unparalleled tablet experience due to the fact that Lenovo has collaborated with Microsoft to bring a special version of Windows 10 which adapts and contains a clever mode-switching application. The ThinkPad has undergone several stress tests and is proven to be durable under harsh conditions. This product will be available in mid-2020 and prices are expected to be around $2500.