CES Unveiled on Sunday night at Mandalay Bay gave members of the media and influencers a sneak peek at some of the exciting products that will be featured at CES 2020.
One of the most popular booths at the event feature companion robots from the company LOVOT. People crowded around the booth throughout the 3-hour event in hopes of being able to interact with the little robots from Japan.
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Another popular booth was the Bartesian, which uses pods of juices, extracts and bitters mixed with alcohol to create craft cocktails. Bartesian is also a winner of a CES Innovation Award.
Many people were also fascinated by the $7,000 toilet with built-in surround sound speakers, ambient mood lighting and voice controls by Kohler. The company was also showing off its updated Moxie showerhead, which now works with Alexa.
The Yummly Smart Thermometer from Whirlpool uses dual temperature sensors to simultaneously monitor food and oven temperatures. However, it's not necessary to have a smart oven that will work with the thermometer. A representative said that the thermometer can be purchased individually.
Oral B showed off a smart toothbrush and HyperX was there with a new collection of gaming goods, including keyboards and headphones.
Cleer's booth features wireless headphones that are sweatproof and water-resistant and ergonomically designed. Cleer also showed off its newest home speaker, which received a CES 2020 Innovation Award. The speaker will come in gold, silver or black and has a smart assistant built in.
L'oreal was shining the spotlight on their Bluetooth-connected Perso, which will provide custom-mixed lipstick and foundation or a skincare regimen. The idea is that people will be able to hook up their social media accounts to an app and match whatever their favorite influences is wearing.
Owl Labs announced the launch of the Meeting Owl Pro during CES Unveiled. The smart device is designed to improve human-to-human interaction by giving teams and remote participants an experience that feels like sitting in the same through. It is also cute.
Many people also seemed to be interested in the Pampers booth, which was showing off their all-in-one connected care system named Lumi. The care system tells parents everything they need to know about when and how often their babies dirty their diapers.
And Roybi brought its AI-powered educational robot for children.
Another booth that attracted a lot of attention was the booth feature the hands-free robotic massager named Ose from Lora DiCarlo that received an Innovation Award in 2019. The award was initially taken away on the grounds that the massager was "immoral, obscene, indecent and profane," but was reinstated a few months later.
This year, sex tech must be able to prove it's new, emerging and innovative to be allowed to exhibit.
Another item on display (Inupathy) was a communication device for dogs that will reportedly help owners understand their pet's mood by measuring its heartbeat.
Targus was there with a new backpack. Their new series of smart backpacks allow users to charge their devices on the go. And Hatch (pictured above) brought their new sleep product which is designed to help adults sleep like babies.
Health and wellness tech are going to be huge at this year's CES and Withings was there with its ScanWatch. The watch as a built-in ECG and can help detect sleep apnea.
Last but not least, Aeronext brought its flying gondola. Aeronext bills itself as a next-generation drone company.