As this year’s edition of the Consumer Electronics Show has already started, we discovered that there are too many great devices, but unfortunately we have too little money. This year, thousands of technologies will welcome you in the 2.5 million square feet show space. There diversity of gadgets this year is huge, and you will find from the most practical to the strangest devices. We decided to make a list of the most practical devices you will find at CES this year.
Let’s start at the beginning. And that means morning for most people. If you are tired of your phone or clock alarm that goes in the morning, with that annoying ring, then you might be interested in the Sensorwake. The Sensorwake is an alarm clock that is based on scents. Instead of hearing that annoying buzz or ringtone every time you need to wake up, you will now wake up to the smell of coffee. The clock will emit the desired scent for a couple of minutes in order to wake you up. This is possible through the insertion of cartridges somewhere near the top of the clock.
If you don’t turn the clock off after a couple minutes, a normal alarm will go off. If you don’t like the smell of coffee, then you can choose from other flavors, like croissants, roses, mint and money. There are more than a dozen other flavors to choose from as well. You’ll have to wait until June though if you want to buy it. The clock will cost $109 and the two more cartridges will cost $10 and you’ll be able to use each up to 30 times.
Withings has released great devices in the past, like the Bluetooth that monitored your blood pressure, and this year it launched the Thermo, which is a smart thermometer. Unlike the usual thermometers that need to be placed in your ear or under your tongue, this thermometer works by simply pressing it to one side of your head. This thermometer has an infrared sensor that allows it to be less invasive than the old ones. You can also install an app that will show the changes in your temperature and will be able to track the medicines you take. Although the thermometer is a bit pricey, $100 it is worth it, especially if you have a big family and small children.
The most practical devices you will find at CES this year include the Sleep Number it mattress, which is a smart mattress. This mattress records information on your sleeping pattern, your heart rate and your breathing and it offers you suggestions on how you can improve your sleep on an app. You can also select how firm you want it to be, all for $1,000.
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