It’s that time of year again, when the commercial and tech press from around the world descend on Las Vegas for an annual, showcase event full of keynote addresses, gaming spectacles, the introduction of the hottest gadgets and gizmos, video game demos, booths and the cutting edge of technology from the current and future generations.
The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) is the premiere annual show for companies in the consumer electronics business. When it kicks off on Tuesday, January 8, it will feature everything from virtual reality, artificial intelligence, high-tech cooking appliances and smart home technologies to automotive technology, advanced robotics, huge screen monitors and audio, and drones.
This year’s edition of CES promises to be one of the most exciting for consumers to date with a bevy of firsts, game changers and “innovations we can’t wait to see” from TV makers, video game developers, chefs, top auto makers, consumer electronics and smart home manufacturers, and many more.
So what is this year’s CES all about?
Here are seven intriguing products that we’re very excited about to see:
This 1,000 degree oven from Los Angeles’s Wolf said to be the world’s first one that uses AI.The chandelier’s it.
For decades, the traditional oven has been a kitchen mainstay, producing great flavor, ensuring good results when you bake or roast or boil a meal.
The new Wolf 80140 oven also “looks and functions like any other gas and electric oven” except the fan speed is controlled by a user’s movements and inputs.
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Designed by famed architect Rem Koolhaas, the redesigned Doritos Doritos are packed with chickpea oil instead of taco seasoning and low-sodium, and gooey cheese for a unique twist on the American staple.
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This summer, Chef Dong Il “Chef Diver” Tschuernar has updated the notorious kitchen murder-kitchen by bringing a spectacular 3D-scanned interactive kitchen to CES 2020.
The Canvas kitchen includes technology that allows you to design, print, or sculpt culinary creations in real time via a tablet device.
Cooking pro Daniel Humm, the mastermind behind SBE’s wildly popular restaurants, Soho House and Eleven Madison Park, has teamed up with Gramercy Tavern to create the new Heirloom Heirloom Supperware brand.
According to Woolworths, this is the first time they’ve used Woolworths’ manufacturing facility to produce their own house brand.
New materials from fiberglass to plastic compound means better performance and durability, and are available in a range of new colors such as peacock blue, mint green, pearl, light as glass, aqua, cranberry, bordeaux and cobalt blue.
Food lovers already know that granola doesn’t have to be bland. And to ensure rich, tasteful flavors, Hammacher Schlemmer created a Granola “to wake up your taste buds”. The Master Kong Sixty cereal will leave you craving your favorite TV show, film or song for days.
The cookbook was first published this September and is already “selling out” on Hammacher Schlemmer’s website.
Located on N. 80th St., in Downtown Las Vegas, the hangar-like FLAME location will allow you to bask in a warm, futuristic look in a snowy winter landscape featuring 60,000 light bulbs twinkling throughout the facility.
The eatery will operate as a 20,000-square-foot restaurant, bar and experience in a building usually used for storage.