CES 2022 has come to an end but we’ve seen a lot of great products. From electric car concepts to monitors we’ve gathered the most interesting gadgets presented at the event. These are the best and most interesting gadgets from CES 2022.
Here are the best gadgets we saw at CES 2022
Sony QD-OLED TV
Sony’s new QD-OLED TV, which was one of the most talked-about gadgets at CES this year, has an upgraded version of OLED panels. Samsung Display developed the QD-OLED technology and claims that it is capable of combining the deep blacks of traditional OLED with more vivid colors and brighter light.
QD-OLED is another form of OLED that uses blue light-emitting diodes and this helps the screen to successfully create all colors that the human eye can see.
TP-Link Archer AXE200 Omni
Despite the fact that wireless network technology advances and adapts to meet the ever-increasing number of internet-connected devices in our houses, it always feels like we’re having trouble getting the best connection to play online or stream movies in 4K quality.
The Archer AXE200 Omni wireless router has four external adjustable antennas to help concentrate signals in specific rooms of a home. The technology automatically adjusts the angle and position of each antenna using motorized mechanisms that independently control the tilt and direction of each.
HyperX Cloud Alpha wireless headphones
The HyperX gaming headset debuted at CES 2022 is the first to offer a battery that can last for 300 hours on a single charge.
We don’t expect a huge difference between the wireless and wired versions of the headset; after all, they were designed to be nearly identical in terms of sound quality and performance.
The HyperX Cloud Alpha, according to the manufacturer, has a 1,500 mAh rechargeable lithium-polymer battery and can last 300 hours at 50% volume and this is tested by a “third-party testing company.”
BMW iX Flow
The world’s first color-changing car was displayed at CES 2022 by BMW. Instead of inventing a revolutionary paint process, BMW sought to use an established display technology that has been used in e-readers for decades. The E Ink-covered BMW iX Flow has a more sophisticated outer layer of electronic paper panels.
Imagine being able to instantly convert your car’s color to white on a hot day to reflect the sun’s rays away. There are no plans for BMW to offer a color-changing exterior on future vehicles just yet, but the idea has a lot of appeal.
Asus Zenbook 17 Fold OLED
We don’t know where Asus got the idea to create a massive foldable PC, but the Zenbook 17 Fold OLED is perhaps the most unforgettable gadget at CES 2022. It is the world’s first foldable PC with a 17-inch display.
One of the most significant advantages of utilizing a folding display is that it allows for a variety of settings. You may fold one panel 90 degrees to transform the tablet into a conventional laptop. You can open the screen flat and use the kickstand on the back to prop it up when you’re watching movies on its 17.3-inch, 2.5K (2560 x 1920) OLED touchscreen.
The Samsung’s Freestyle is a portable projector that you can carry around and use anywhere you want. With its $900 price tag, Samsung Freestyle isn’t marketed as a more affordable TV alternative, to be honest. However, it is an ideal portable gadget to project a screen on almost any flat surface – from 30 inches to 100 inches.
Sony Vision-S 02 electric car concept
Sony revealed a new electric concept car, a 7-seater SUV, at CES 2022.
Sony will examine whether it can enter the increasingly competitive electric vehicle market through a new operating company, Sony Mobility. As more drivers opt for electric cars, several vehicle manufacturers are entering the market with electric SUVs and trucks.
The company told at CES 2022 that its Vision-S SUV prototype has a panoramic screen in the front in addition to rear-seat displays. The car offers an immersive audio experience and gaming capabilities.
Samsung Home Hub
The Samsung Home Hub appears to be little more than an Android tablet with a home screen focused on managing your smart home at first glance. The Home Hub is a universal smart home remote for the entire house, unlike other tablets, which are designed for individual use. You may also use the Home Hub to check how much energy your Samsung appliances are using.
Samsung Eco Remote
Samsung has returned with a new version of its solar-powered Eco Remote for 2021 TVs, which comes with a new feature.
Like the previous Eco Remote, this one can also be charged with solar power, but it also includes RF harvesting capabilities that allow it to retain its charge by “collecting routers’ radio waves and converting them to energy.”
Aside from the new RF harvesting setting, the Eco Remote can be charged from both outdoor and indoor illumination or (for optimum results) via USB-C. This year’s white version of the remote, according to Samsung, is intended to complement its “lifestyle” TVs such as The Frame, Serif, and Sero by being more subdued.
Asus ROG Flow Z13
The Asus ROG Flow Z13 is a gaming tablet and it looks similar to Microsoft’s Surface. This is one of the best laptops we’ve seen at CES 2022. It comes with a detachable keyboard and a 13.4-inch touchscreen display. For those who opt for high performance, Flow Z13 offers an RTX 3080 external GPU.
The Z13 sports a 3840×2400 display and supports stylus input if you like to write notes or sketch on the tablet. This 2-in-1 offers up to a 12th Gen Intel Core i9-12900H Processor, 16GB RAM, and an NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3050 Ti GPU. Not to mention it comes with Windows 11.
Samsung Odyssey Ark
Samsung reveals a 55-inch curved 4K gaming monitor called Odyssey Ark at CES 2022 and it comes with the option to turn it into a vertical orientation.
With the Ark, it’s clear that Samsung is targeting two important groups: creators and gamers. Accountants and administrative assistants, for example, may also benefit from the experience that the Ark will provide.
“Odyssey Ark is a next-generation gaming screen perfect for people doing everything from editing to gaming at home. The Ark is the new industry-leading gaming display with a curved 55-inch display and 16:9 aspect ratio,” said Samsung.
Schlage Encode Plus
The smart home was the theme of CES 2022, and we saw a slew of firms announce support for the upcoming Matter standard, which will allow all of your smart home gadgets to work harmoniously. But one of the more fascinating and practical gadgets revealed was Schlage’s new smart lock, which works with Apple’s Home Key function in iOS 15.
Thanks to Schlage Encode Plus, you can walk up to your front door, tap your Apple Watch or iPhone against the smart lock, and it will simply open once the deadbolt is installed and configured with Apple’s Home Key.
LG OLED EX
LG debuted its newest screen technology, OLED EX, at CES 2022, which promises to boost brightness by up to 30% over existing OLED panels. Furthermore, the new panel technology is claimed to enhance picture accuracy while also reducing display bezels.
EX will supposedly enable LG to cut the bezel size on 65-inch TVs by two millimeters, down from six millimeters.
Anker Nebula Cosmos Laser 4K projector
The new Nebula Cosmos Laser 4K projector from Anker brings everything together in a small carrying case that you’ll need for a spectacular movie night.
The Nebula Cosmos may have difficulty competing with other LEDs on a bright sunny day. Even in a moderately dark room, this projector offers a breathtaking 150-inch image on a screen or wall that you can really appreciate with its high contrast and brightness.
Anker Nebula Cosmos Laser 4K supports Android TV and you will be able to use media players, streaming services, and more without the need for any other device.
Alienware QD-OLED monitor
At CES 2022, Alienware one-upped any gaming monitor you’ve ever seen. The AW3423DW is a predictably mundane name for this stunning piece of technology.
The result is a 34-inch ultrawide with a 1800R curve and a 21:9 aspect ratio, which is identical to the previous model. And since this is an esports display, it has gamer-friendly features.
Best TVs presented at CES 2022
While the refresh rate goes down to 100Hz when using DisplayPort, you can push a 3440 x 1400 resolution at 175Hz over it. When using HDMI, on the other hand, the resolution is reduced to a still acceptable 100Hz.