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Our 4 Favorite Weirdly Cool Tech Gadgets From CES 2018

CES is the world's largest electronic convention.

CES 2018
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CES is the world’s largest consumers electronics event. The convention, taking place right now in Las Vegas, is the largest gathering of electronics in the world and it includes a little bit of everything; medical equipment, incredibly cool TVs, a million different wireless charging pads, and more.

This year, the event officially ends on Friday January 12th, but experts already know their favorites and which products are the most promising. No matter what electronic device you’re looking for, this year’s convention proves that it’s gonna be a good year for tech.

Check out 4 of our favorites products:

Samsung “The Wall” MicroLED TV

This small TV panel can be synced with its counterparts to create a giant screen that can be as big as the size of an entire wall, featuring impressive 4K resolution. This product has people very excited; Apple may be more famous when it comes to their phones, but Samsung is the number #1 seller of TVs in the world.

Sony 4K Ultra Short Throw Projector

This projector will carry a price tag of 30,000 dollars on the moment of its release and even though the price is absurd, the product is like nothing else on the market. The projector is designed to look like modern furniture, blending into your house, and is meant to be located 9 inches from any wall projecting a screen that measures up to 120 inches diagonally. It also comes with a Glass Sound Speaker that produces 360 sound, meaning that you don’t have to buy anything else to have your own private theater. 

FoldiMate

This little robot is capable of folding your clothes evenly and rapidly for the price of 980 dollars. If you’re a lazy person, this might be a sound investment. Actually, you don’t even have to be lazy, folding clothes is the worst.

Sony’s Aibo


This robotic dog was first launched a decade ago but no one paid any mind to it. Now that AI seems to be on everyone’s mind, Sony decided to relaunch it, improving its features that now include the ability for the pet robot dog to recognize its owner and deepen its relationship with them. It also has a camera, is backed up by cloud storage, and is 4G and LTE enabled.

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