Wednesday, January 6, 2016

5 Best Gadgets on Day First of CES 2016

CES 2016 is the first biggest event in the world in which many a companies are taking part to show their latest electronic products. CES day 1 has gone to its end and there are a lot of announcement there on first day of this "Consumer Electronic Show". There were a number of press conferences where big TVs, super high-end appliances from LG, AT&T’s and other companies were demonstrated.

There were a lot of stuff worth seeing but some gadgets which are really cool to know. Samsung Latest Notebook and four other gadgets are really cool.

The really cool thing is Samsung Notebook 9 series offers ultra-portability, with the world lightest 13.3-inch Notebook 9 weighing less than 1 kilogram, offering ultimate ease and convenience when on-the-go.
1. A crazy robot by Softbank

SoftBank has a crazy robot in the press room that’s pretty hilarious. When you call its name, Pepper, she turns and looks at you. She has a personality of her own and, while we’re not really sure what she’s for, she’s been keeping us entertained here in the press room. Apparently she can recognize emotions, too. A wonder feature is that, she can tell and you are tired.

2. Gold Nexus 6P

Huawei announced that it’s now offering the Nexus 6P in gold in the United States. We finally got to check it out, and we’re really digging it. If you’re in the market for a Nexus 6P, this is probably the color you should go with.

3. Samsung Notebook 9

Samsung’s Notebook 9 is a full-powered Core i7 notebook that will ship in 13.3-inch and 15-inch models. They are really realy light — even lighter than the Apple MacBook, which only has a Core M processor. what these are going to cost is not official now.

Both the new notebooks have been officially unveiled on January 05, 2016 during Samsung's CES press event. They are both part of the company's most high-end 9 series, and they share the same design and two color versions: Iron Silver and Modern Pink. They will be out in "select markets" in early 2016.

The smaller model has a 13.3-inch 1080p screen, 4 or 8GB of RAM, a 128 or 256GB SSD, a 720p webcam, two USB 3.0 ports, micro HDMI, mini Ethernet, mini VGA, a 3-in-1 card slot (SD, SDHC, SDXC), and a combo headphone/microphone jack. Its dimensions are 313.8 x 218.5 x 13.4 mm, and it weighs just 840g. It runs Windows 10 and has CPU options up to an Intel Core i7. Battery life is claimed to be up to 10 hours on one charge.


The bigger 15-inch laptop has the same resolution, RAM, CPU, and storage amount choices, and the same camera. It does however sport one USB Type-C port, along with two USB 3.0, an HDMI connector, mini Ethernet, a microSD card slot, and a combo headphone / microphone jack. This notebook measures 346.5 x 236.8 x 14.5 mm, and it weighs 1.29kg. Its battery life is said to be up to 12 hours on one charge, and its built-in quick charging feature will let you fully charge it in only 20 minutes.

Both devices have Underwriters Laboratories certified ergonomic keyboards, low-reflective screens with "superior brightness", as well as some enhanced security features like Security Cam which uses the webcam to take photos and send them to a predefined email address in case of theft. And Pattern Log-in, Secret Screen, and Record Block will apparently help you protect your private files and info.

4. Samsung Galaxy TabPro S

Samsung also has a new Windows 10 tablet that’s going to launch soon. It’s called the Galaxy TabPro S and it’s kind of like a Surface Pro 4 with a slightly lower-powered processor. It’ll ship with Core M on board, which seemed like enough power to keep things fluid during our brief time with the tablet, but also includes its own keyboard, which is nice considering Microsoft doesn’t bundle its keyboard. We are really looking forward to see this in market.

5. Fitbit Blaze

Fitbit has a new wearable at CES 2016. It’s called the Fitbit Blaze and it’s supposed to be a fitness band first, but also double as a smartwatch receiving notifications from your smartphone. It is not sure it will succeed in doing the latter very well, but it seems like a pretty solid wearable with plenty of sensors and even recommended workouts that it can help guide you through.

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