February 5, 2022

The 7 Best Gadgets From CES 2022

CES 2022 | The Consumer Technology Convention hosted another edition of the CES in Las Vegas, Nevada, and welcomed over 40,000 attendees in person, 30% of whom were from outside the US – representing 119 countries. The annual tradeshow event also welcomed 1800 global media companies and featured over 2300 companies from across the globe as exhibitors, including Intel, LG, Panasonic, Samsung, Sony, and Sierra Space, to name a few – all displaying the next wave of technological innovation that will shape 2022 and future economies.

If you attended CES 2022 in person or streamed the event at home, you’ve likely added a slew of gadgets to your shopping list already, even though a lot of the products won’t be available until the third or fourth quarter of 2022. Some might not even see the light of day. From hybrid devices to fitness trackers for pets, smartwatches, projectors, and gaming headsets, here are the 7 best gadgets from the biggest annual tradeshow in the consumer electronics industry.

The Best New Products at CES 2022

Without further ado, let’s check out our top picks of the 7 best gadgets from CES 2022:

1. Bob.

We’re kicking off our list with Bob, a mini dishwasher by Daan Tech, which is set to take the kitchenware industry by storm. It is the world’s first dishwasher to operate without a water supply due to an integrated one-gallon water tank. Weighing just 22lbs with a width of 13.4 inches and height of 19.3 inches, this small, autonomous dishwasher can easily be placed on any kitchen countertop, making it perfect for tiny or mobile home dwellers. In terms of capacity, Bob can accommodate plates up to 11.4 inches. So, whether you live in a studio apartment or an RV, this incredible innovation with adaptable baskets can be customized to meet your dishwashing needs, and within 20 minutes, you can wash your daily dishes and cups with ease.

2. Samsung Freestyle Portable Projector

A projector isn’t the type of gadget anyone would keep with them at all times, but Samsung aims to change that with the introduction of its Freestyle Portable Projector. From slanted walls to kitchen countertops, garage doors, and other outdoor surfaces, this incredible entertainment innovation can be plugged into any mobile or computer device via a USB-C cable, HDMI ports, or the Android/iOS cast feature. It features a 10-degree flexible design with 360-degree speakers and a 30-100 inch screen with 1080p resolution. Plus, its round, compact shape makes it perfect for entertainment on the go, so whether you’re hosting a backyard barbeque or on a road trip with your buddies, this projector makes a great addition to your gadget collection.

3. Invoxia’s Smart Dog Collar

Invoxia, a French consumer electronics giant known for developing innovative smart devices, including GPS trackers, aims to be the first company to introduce a biometric health collar for dogs. Its Smart Dog Collar can be used to accurately measure your pet’s vitals, such as heart and respiratory rate. This CES award-winning innovation also helps owners keep tabs on the dogs’ activity levels, such as walking, running, barking, eating, and other aspects of their daily routine. Moreover, it features a miniature radar sensor that can be paired with an app that allows users to keep track of their whereabouts at all times.

4. Hapbee Wellness Wearable

The Hapbee Wellness Wearable is a one-of-a-kind wearable that lets you choose your mood on demand. For instance, you can feel the effects of drinking a beer or coffee, smoking cigarettes, or sunbathing without the harmful effects of actually doing any of those things. This potentially groundbreaking technology uses low-frequency electromagnetic waves of different consumables to replicate the signature of common feel-good molecules and transfer the effects onto users through the wearable.

5. Sabre Smart Pepper Spray

A smart pepper spray might not be something most people would get excited about, but when you learn what it does, this innovative gadget by Sabre will make a lot of sense. Unlike traditional sprays, this spray connects to a dedicated app that sends an alert to your emergency contacts with your exact location whenever you use it. Even if you don’t use it, you can still use the canister as a location tracking device so your family or friends can know that you’re safe.

6. The Y-Brush Toothbrush

One of the most unique products on display at CES 2022 was the Y-Brush Toothbrush. This automated toothbrush that resembles a sports mouth guard can brush your teeth effectively and automatically in just 10 seconds using sonic vibrations that power 35,000 nylon filaments into action. Users can charge this toothbrush by induction after using it. Unlike previous models, they don’t need to chew and rotate the brush while brushing. Instead, the Y-Brush only requires right-to-left movements.

7. Airxom Mask

Air pollution is one of the leading causes of premature deaths worldwide, and with COVID-19 still hanging around for the unforeseeable future, Airxom’s sci-fi-like mask is perhaps the most intriguing product unveiled at CES 2022. The world’s first active respiratory protection mask filters micro and nano-particles, thus, providing nearly 100% protection from airborne viruses (including COVID-19), bacteria, and toxic atmospheric gases, such as NOX, benzene, and nitrogen monoxide.

Wrapping Up

And there you have it – the 10 best gadgets from CES 2022. Undoubtedly, there are so many other products and technologies you can add to your shopping list, but we believe that our top picks are potential market changes in their respective industries. Nevertheless, feel free to explore all the major product announcements from major brands exhibiting at the event and see what gadgets make a valuable addition to your home and life.

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by Bobby J Davidson

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