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11 Futurist Gadgets from the CES in 2022

Written by Tina Giang - Updated March, 2022

There were many gadgets that were revealed in CES 2022. While, many of these devices won’t be available until the later half of the year or even next year, a plethora of devices are already ready to be purchased or preordered just by a click of a button! There’s smart doors, indoor gardening, robot vacuums, televisions, gaming consoles, headphones, earbuds and many more.

LG Battery Powered 27 Inch TV PR

LG Battery Powered 27 Inch TV

Xgimi Aura 4k Laser Projector

Xgimi Aura 4k Laser Projector

GO Air Tones True Wireless Earbuds

GO Air Tones True Wireless Earbuds

Cool Gadgets from CES 2022

1. LG Battery Powered 27 Inch TV

Since most of us are lounging around and staying at home, this television that has wheels and a stand are perfect for these times (especially if we currently have a show that we can’t stop binging). You can drag it to any room in your house, whether it’s in the kitchen, while you’re doing laundry or maybe even when you’re in the bath (or shower — we understand — it must really be a great show).

The battery life lasts up to three hours. You can move and tilt the screen to your liking. Content can be streamed from your phone by using the Mobile Screen Mirroring. Your phone can also be placed on the removable cradle. A laptop and gaming consoles can be connected using the HDMI connection.

The pricing and availability of this product hasn’t been announced yet.

2. Xgimi Aura 4k Laser Projector

Who doesn’t want a home cinema in their house? Xgimi launched a 4k home projector that allows their users to throw a 381cm image onto a wall or screen, creating and mimicking a true home cinematic experience, one that also doesn’t compromise your space.

There’s no hassle in the set up and installation either, a table with the device placed on top and a flat surface in front of it, is all that’s needed. The features include HDR10 and HLG support, a 2400-lumen laser light source and four 15W Harman Kardon speakers. With a lamp lifespan of almost 10 years, when the projector is not being used as a television, it can even be used as a form of an efficient LED-based lamp. Major streaming services like Disney Plus, HBO Max and Amazon Prime Video are all supported (I know what you’re thinking. Where’s Netflix? It will most likely be added in the future).

The product can be purchased right now for $3500.

3. GO Air Tones True Wireless Earbuds

These earbuds won’t only fit your tunes but also your tones too. With a variety of neutral colors and a range of skin tones, these earbuds are designed to blend in with your ears, so it will almost appear as if you aren’t wearing any at all.

The earbuds have a long battery life, lasting for 8+ hours. With a few taps via touch sensors, the sound preferences can be changed to JLab Signature, Balanced, and Bass Boost modes. The volume and track controls, the play/pause button and the activation of the smart assistant can all be controlled by using the touch function.

The product can be purchased right now for $30.

4. Chipolo Card Spot Tracker

Losing your wallet is most people’s worst nightmare but this can be avoided with Chipolo’s card tracker. It’s about the size of a credit card so it’s slim and small enough to fit in your wallet and it’s also compatible with Apple’s Find my Wallet so if you have any type of Apple device, you’ll be able to easily track and find it.

It has a long battery life, lasting to 2 years. It’s also water resistant. And the sound of the ringing is loud enough that it will be nearly impossible to miss it. If you accidentally left something of yours behind or when Find My Network located your misplaced items, a notification will be sent straight to your phone, so you’ll always have a peace of mind that your belongings are safety tucked away or somewhere on your person. An anti-stalking feature is built in the card so if someone attempts to track you with it, you will be warned of this attempt.

The product can be preordered right now for $35.

5. L’Oreal Coloursonic

Dying your hair at home can be such a stressful and daunting task, but it doesn’t have to be with this handheld device. It’s designed to make the hair dying process more easier, simpler and mess-free, without the help of a professional.

There are 40 shades of colour to choose from in the Coloursonic collection. The hair dye is mixed all on its own, so all you need to do is order the colour that you prefer, load the cartridge and starting from the roots of your hair, you just drag the device through your locks. The oscillating nozzle (that moves more than 300 times a minute and in a zig zag pattern) ensures that the coverage is consistent and that the dye is spread evenly throughout the hair. The cartridge then can be stored and reused for future touchups.

The pricing and availability of this product hasn’t been announced yet.

6. OrCam MyEye Pro

Individuals who have poor sight, have reading difficulties, or any type of visual impairment can rejoice with OrCam’s MyEye Pro, a gadget that has a camera with object recognition.

This artificial vision device can be attached to any pair of glasses. It comes with a lightweight smart camera that can read printed and digital text, recognize people’s faces, identify objects and products (even money notes), detect color, and tell the time all in real time through a speaker or Bluetooth headphones.

Voice commands can be used while using this device such as “read me this article” or “read me this page”. You’ll be able to orient yourself in any immediate and unfamiliar environment as the MyEye Pro will inform you of any everyday objects (within the range of 1.5 to 9 meters) that may be around you. It will provide you with a guide about where the object may be around you (it should be heavily stressed that this device shouldn’t replace good orientation and mobility skills or a guide dog).

The product can be purchased right now for $3990.

7. Roborock S7 MaxV Ultra

Several Robot Vacuums were released in the later half of 2021, so it was no surprise that there were many other vacuums that were announced this year at the CES Event.

Roborock S7 comes with many functions that saves you a lot of time since you no longer have to do it yourself. One of those features is that it automatically cleans the mop head by running a scrubbing device over it, so it essentially cleans itself. Another handy feature that will make it easier on you is that it self-empties the vacuum dustbin and refills the mopping tank with clean water. It does all this when the machine is running low on charge, so a tank of clean water is all locked, loaded and ready to replace the dirty water (which will be stored in a separate tank). These tanks can also hold up to seven weeks worth of dirt. It can perform and execute many tasks before it needs a round of maintenance. This vacuum cleans 70% faster and 22% more accurately than its previous models.

The product can be purchased for $1399.99 and it will be available in the second half of the year.

8. Masonite M-Pwr Smart Door

Masonite has announced the creation of the first ever smart door. Rather than purchasing a variety of individual smart home devices, the M-Pwr has offered a new solution to this. Your home electricity and wifi network will be connected to a built-in power system, so there’s no need for batteries. And if there’s ever a power outrage or where your power is cut off and stops working, it comes with an emergency backup battery system (that lasts for 24 hours) to ensure that the security of your home won’t be disturbed.

The Smart Door comes with a Ring Video Doorbell and a Yale smart lock. Consumers will also be given the options to personalized and customized their M-Pwr Smart Door to their liking. It comes in many different colors, styles and even with glass door options.

The pricing and availability of this product hasn’t been announced yet.

9. LG Tiiun Smart Indoor Gardening

A greener and healthier lifestyle awaits for LG consumers at home. Tiiun which means “to sprout” in Korean is the perfect name for LG’s latest Smart Indoor Gardening device. Individuals will be able to grow, cultivate and harvest fruits, vegetables and flowers all year long, and best of all, this can all be in the comfort of their own home. An authentic gardening experience can be replicated while using this, and there will be no need to worry about dealing with pests or bad weather.

It comes with 2 shelves that hold 6 all-in-one seed packages and 3 different kinds of seed kits. Each seed package contains 10 holes for seed germination, and can be grown in only 4 to 8 weeks.

This modern smart gardening system comes with many other functions such as the Flexible Weather Control System where the temperature will be adjusted to create the perfect conditions to ensure the best organic growth. Your greens will be able to enjoy the natural cycle of a day with the changing of the temperature and light. Throughout the day, water will be delivered to your plants 8 times, and the Auto Ebb and Watering system will ensure that the ideal amount of moisture will assist in the growth and transformation of your herbs and flowers. The internal structure of the Tiiun maximize the effect of the LED lights and increases the efficiency of photosynthesis. So, there will hardly be any need for maintenance.

The pricing and availability of this product hasn’t been announced yet.

10. Yukai Engineering Amagami Ham Ham

Amagami means “soft biting” and ham means “bite” in Japanese, so bite (or nibble, whichever you prefer) your way through the day with the help of your own Ham Ham! Yukai are known for their strange and weird gadgets so it came as no surprise to anyone when their latest invention was revealed during the CES this year, this one looks just as soft and fuzzy as their previous one.

The Amagami Ham Ham is a soft robot that is designed to mimic the feeling of getting one’s finger nibbled by a pet or a baby. It’s programmed with an algorithm, fittingly called “Hamgorithm”, that gives it two nibbling patterns, so it’ll always change and you won’t know which one to expect when you stick your finger into its awaiting mouth. The different type of patterns include Tasting Ham, Massaging Ham, and Suction Ham. There are two models to choose from Yuzu (a calico cat) and Kotaro (a shiba inu).

The pricing and availability of this product hasn’t been announced yet.

11. Whitings Body Scan

A smart weighing scale that goes beyond than just showing you your weight. It comes out with a pull-out handlebar that you grasp onto when you are stepping onto the scale. The advanced sensors in the handles runs an ECG by scanning your torso, arms, and legs to provide you with a “handle” of your precise weight, heart health (such as the vascular age), nerve activity and body composition.

Withings says that the data (such as the ECG measurements) collected using this device is accurate enough, that it can even be shared, and be easily read and accessible to your doctor. This is all done by using their fitness, activity and health tracker app (Withings Health Mate), that’s connected and automatically synced with the body scan device. A health plan is personalized and designed for your body type. The app also shows an in-depth metrics and insight of your body measurements.

The product can be purchased for $299.95 but it will be available in the second half of the year.

Final Verdict

These are just some of the products that were revealed during the CES 2022 this year. While, there are many that will be made available for the second half of the year, there’s already some that can be purchased right now. So if you are in a need for a new television, new earbuds or you’re afraid of not being able to find your wallet in case you lose it, you can purchase those items just by a simple click of a button.

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Tina Giang

A lover of words and literature. Tina graduated with an English and Creative Writing degree, so she obviously loves writing. You can also find her creating art, watching anime, reading books and manga, and finding out the latest gadgets to review and try out.