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CES 2021 Day 2 Summary: The futuristic Razer N95 mask, smart lipstick, and flying car

CES 2021 Day 2 Summary: The futuristic Razer N95 mask, smart lipstick, and flying car

This story is part of theseOur editors will bring you the latest news and latest tools in the fully virtual CES 2021.

these Sure, being digital is weird, but the sheer amount of luxury and mystery Products shown on the first day It brought with them a sense of intimacy. Day two kept the momentum going, although things here look a lot more futuristic. Literally, the flying car was one of the big concepts for the day.

Although day two drew to a close, the show was far from over. In addition to Microsoft’s keynote on Wednesday and a steady stream of new product announcements from companies all over the world, Samsung will be attending Thursday. Galaxy Unpacked Event, where is the Galaxy S21 It is expected to be unveiled.

Let’s get the concepts

Brooklyn Project.

The scanner

Razer has made a tradition to showcase the conceptual tools at CES, and it has become one of the highlights of each year. In 2021, Razer has two concepts like this: Project Brooklyn and Project Hazel.

The first is the Brooklyn Project, prof Gamer chair with wraparound screen. It’s just the screen, too: a 180-degree transparent OLED screen. Aside from that high-end technology, Project Brooklyn also has carbon fiber and leather bucket seats with haptic vibration and RBG lighting. clearly.

Razer Hazel og project

Hazel Project.

The scanner

The second is Hazel Project, a concept for living for COVID-19. It’s an N95 mask that’s packed with technology: voice-processing capsules that unmute you, active ventilation and automatic sterilization, and a companion case that acts as a UV sterilizer. And LED RBG lighting.

clearly.

So yeah, they’re both interesting. But Razer CES concepts don’t usually lead to actual products, so don’t expect either. However, Acer has a similar (albeit less elegant) chair in Seats. The British company Binatone also demonstrated its tech mask at CES, N95 mask with bluetooth earphone. It’s not as cool as the Razer, but it’s real and costs $ 50 – much less than the Razer.

General Motors brings us closer to The Jetsons

On On Monday, Samsung showed off a batch of robots designed to help around the houseA small step towards living like The Jetsons. General Motors is helping us make a giant leap, A review of its flying car concept. It’s called eVTOL, or (electric) Verticle TakeOff and Landing droid.

“We are preparing for a world where advances in electric and autonomous technology make air travel possible,” said Michael Simcoe, Head of Design at GM. GM is now joining the likes Archer And the Aston MartinAnd companies that also manufacture flying vehicles.

Chip Wars

AMD

The first day of CES saw a huge TV competition between Samsung and LG, the two largest electronics companies in Korea. Day two was a battleground for processors, with Nvidia and AMD both bearing their own keywords.

Nvidia, Graphics Card Champion, Several new RTX GPUs announced. At the top was the RTX 3080, for those who take their gaming seriously (like, esports very seriously), which starts at $ 1,999. But while this delivers massive 4K gaming power and intense video editing, the GPU at the lower end of the spectrum is equally noteworthy. The RTX 3060 costs only $ 329, and Nvidia says it’s 10 times more powerful than the GTX 1060. In other words, you’ll be able to play most of the big new games, although you might have to lower the resolution.

While AMD makes GPUs, its main plan on Tuesday was all about laptop CPUs. Ushered Ryzen 5000 chips are coming for laptops, With brands like Lenovo, Asus, and HP committing to the Ryzen 5000 laptops later this year. AMD insists this means thinner, lighter, and more powerful laptops. These CPUs will compete with Intel 11th-gen Tiger Lake H35 That was announced Tuesday.

Oh, and just for fun, Samsung unveiled the Exynos 2100 chip It will run the international version of Samsung Galaxy S21. The phone will get Full unveiling on ThursdayBut hey, it’s chip day, so why not browse some items early?

Single screen laptops are a jumper

Two accidents at 15 francs

Asus

Chips are great, but what about the actual machines they’re put into?

Just like phone makers trying to advance the curve with foldable displays, laptop makers are trying to differentiate themselves with useful new designs. Thin, lighter, and more robust is a good thing, but actual innovation in such a mature industry is remarkable.

For Asus, that means doubling the powerful dual-screen Duo line. At CES it was unveiled Two 15 FR SE, Which has a 15.6-inch screen with a 14.1-inch secondary touchscreen that lives above the keyboard, as you can see above. It’s a beast aimed at performance-freak gamers: it can be configured with a 4K 120Hz panel, with options for AMD or Nvidia graphics.

The e-ink screen is on the back of the Lenovo ThinkBook.

Lenovo

The company also dropped the new Strix Scar gaming laptop. Which can be configured with 360Hz display – The fastest on any laptop.

But while Asus is investing in brute strength, the Chinese brand Lenovo is striving for efficiency. In addition to the new home screen Lenovo ThinkBook Plus Gen 2 i It has an electronic ink display on the cover so you can check notifications, calendar, take notes, and more without actually opening the device. It can also be charged by Lenovo charging mat, so this is a less cable to worry about.

Smart lipstick, smarter fragrance

Yves Saint Laurent character

L’Oreal

The Internet of Things industry is expected to grow by hundreds of millions of dollars every year. In practice, what this means is that more everyday items are packed with computing intelligence. One new example from CES? lipstick.

It was shown at CES last year and revealed as a real product you can buy on Tuesday (it comes in the spring, it costs $ 299). Yves Saint Laurent character It is a device that contains three liquid lipstick cartridges. With the help of the included brush, you can blend the colors together to get the exact color and shade you are looking for.

Gear Nino 1 perfume

Nino

It’s a similar story to the clever Ninu perfume. Inside there are three scents in three different flasks. Ninu connects to your phone, and through an app, you can mix scents together, and customize them to your exact taste. Obviously, this can go very wrong, so there is an AI assistant in the app that will help you not to smell trash.

The future, eh?

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