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The 2020 CES was revolutionary

In case you didn’t already know, the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) is the hub for the world’s newest and most complex technologies. Between Jan. 7 and Jan. 10, CES held its annual show in Las Vegas at the Las Vegas Convention Center. If you can imagine it, it was there. 

What did the CES offer?

CES featured so many trendsetting ideas and innovations. Twitter announced huge changes, and there were new robots designed to be human companions, 8K televisions, fully electric motorcycles, and even shoes that synced with a mobile application to track your movements. By far, one of the most breathtaking moments from the conference was Toyota’s woven city.

According to The Verge, Toyota will transform a 175-acre, former car factory site into a city-prototype to test vehicles with no human drivers, fully powered by hydrogen cells. It’s amazing to think that the futuristic cities once depicted in film and media are no longer a dream, they are a reality.

Amazfit captured the eyes of every fitness guru with their brand new, 43-inch display that redefines what a home studio is. The display completely tracks your movements while you’re on the treadmill, contains over a thousand classes to help your workout, and even a camera to give you real-time feedback.  

CES also brought out new technology to protect your home. The August WiFi Smart Lock syncs with its own application, so the user has complete access even when they are not home. The new model is almost half the size of its predecessor and contains built-in wifi as well. A big feature is allowing the owner to know who enters and leaves the home at any time. 

The Purpose

CES showcased so many great products this month. Pioneers, developers, innovators, and creators were able to come together and bring different ideas together and change the world. This conference proves that no creation is too big or too small. At the end of the day, that is the purpose . Creating a better future with the combination of technology and the human mind is the backbone of the show. Who knows what will be in store for next year?

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