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Awesome gadgets you would love to own!

Last updated on: January 07, 2015 14:15 IST
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With some of the world’s most amazing gadgets, the 2015 International CES kicked off on January 6 promising a fantastic show with more than 3,600 exhibitors.

As always innovation is the buzzword at the Consumer Electronics Show, Las Vegas.

This year’s event features the latest in automotive electronics, fitness and sports, health and bio-technology, entertainment, Internet of things, personal security, smart home technology, sensors, 3D printing, wearables and unmanned systems. 

Take a look at the coolest gadgets at the CES...

Image: Vanessa Hsu models SleepPhones by Acoustic Sheep. Photograph: Steve Marcus/Reuters

The wireless headphones are comfortable enough to wear in bed and the newest models come with inductive charging, Hsu said.

Image: Mike Fasulo, president and COO of Sony Electronics, holds a Sony 4K Action Cam. Photograph: Steve Marcus/Reuters

Sony has unveiled new cameras, camcorders and televisions all enabled with 4K video (4K is a new resolution standard designed for digital cinema).

Image: A display shows Panasonic's virtual make-up mirror at a Panasonic news conference. Photograph: Steve Marcus/Reuters

The technology will allow users to try out different looks without actually putting make-up on their face.

Image: Jim Doyle, president of Panasonic Enterprise Solutions Company, talks about Panasonic's Transparent Window Screen technology. Photograph: Steve Marcus/Reuters

The display has a variety of business and retail applications including the ability to put the display on walls where there are no screens.

Image: A Kevo smart lock is demonstrated during the 2015 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas. Photograph: Steve Marcus/Reuters

The lock, which opens with a smart phone App and a touch, is smart enough to know what side of the door you are on and won't accidentally unlock the door when you are inside.

Image: A 3D food printer by XYZprinting Inc. is demonstrated during the 2015 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas. Photograph: Steve Marcus/Reuters

The printer is expected to be available in the third quarter of 2015.

Image: A baby bottle with a GlGl bottle holder is displayed. Photograph: Steve Marcus/Reuters

The holder sends a variety of information to a parent's smart phone and can help reduce colic by finding the optimal feeding angle, a representative said.

Image: Internet-enable kettles and coffee makers by Smarter are displayed. Photograph: Steve Marcus/Reuters

The kettle and coffee maker can be controlled by a smart phone.The coffee maker will also alert the owner if it is running low on coffee or lacking water in the device.

Image: An Ecovent and sensor are displayed. Photograph: Steve Marcus/Reuters

The system, about $1,800 for a four-bedroom home, can automatically open or close vents for the perfect temperature in a home with central heating and cooling.

Image: Professional skateboarder Tony Hawk holds a new Sony 4K Action Cam under his skateboard. Photograph: Steve Marcus/Reuters

Image: The Allie Play (L), Home (C) and Go by IC Real Tech are displayed. Photograph: Steve Marcus/Reuters

The dual-lens cameras can display 720-degree video which can be watched in real time on smart phones.


Image: An internet-enabled Dacor Discovery gas range and electric oven is pictured. Photograph: Steve Marcus/Reuters


Image: A Tagg pet tracker is shown at an booth. Photograph: Steve Marcus/Reuters

A new partnership between the companies incorporates pet tracking features with the home automation functions of Apps. 


Image: An eGeeTouch smart luggage lock is displayed. Photograph: Steve Marcus/Reuters

The TSA-approved locks can be unlocked with pre-paired NFC tag (shown) or by using an App on an Android smart phone.



Image: The FitLinxx AmpStrip wearable heartrate monitor is displayed. Photograph: Rick Wilking/Reuters

The AmpStrip is designed to be comfortable enough to be worn 24/7 for constant monitoring.




Image: The hereO GPS watch for children and its accompanying mapping app are displayed. Photograph: Rick Wilking/Reuters. 

According to the company, the hereO watch is the smallest GPS-tracking device available, engineered to fit a child's wrist.

Image: Executive Vice President of Samsung Electronics America Joe Stinziano unveils the new Samsung S'UHD smart TV . Photograph: Steve Marcus/Reuters

Samsung’s Super Ultra High Definition televisions have better picture quality and are powered with new Tizen-powered smart platform.

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