1.    LG’s 65-inch rollable OLED TV display. It rolls
away inside a box but is rigid when unrolled.

LG’s 65-inch rollable OLED TV

2.    Samsung’s World’s first 145-inch modular
MicroLED TV aka ‘The Wall’.

MicroLED TV aka ‘The Wall’

3.    Dell’s Ocean plastics innovation; XPS 13;
Alienware 34 curved gaming monitor
and Advanced 4K laser projector.

Alienware 34 curved gaming monitor

4.    AMD’s Ryzen new high performance
12nm 2nd generation desktop CPU.

AMD’s Ryzen new high performance CPU

5.    Sony’s Aibo robot dog. Recognises and
reacts differently to different people and
does tricks just like a real dog.

Sony’s Aibo robot dog

6.    Sophia the robot. Now she can walk as
well as talk. Creepy or Cool?

Sophia the robot

7.    Uber’s on demand urban air taxi #BellAirTaxi
With a full suite of connectivity technologies such as
video calling, Wi-Fi, artificial intelligence and wireless

Uber’s on demand urban air taxi

8.    Lenovo’s Mirage Solo Standalone
Daydream WorldSense VR HMD headset.

Lenovo’s Mirage Solo Standalone Daydream WorldSense VR HMD headset

9.    Intel’s Volovopter a gigantic drone capable
of carrying two passengers.

Intel’s Volovopter a gigantic drone

10.    HTC’s Vive Pro. Let’s in less light and is
more immersive with integrated audio.
There’s no cord thanks to Intel®
WiGig technology.

HTC’s Vive Pro.

With so much to see and do our top 10 is a mere dip in the ocean of some of the really cool stuff coming to the market real soon. According to CES, the top 7 tech trends to look out for are:

  1. 5G
  2. Artificial Intelligence
  3. Robotics
  4. Voice: The Fourth Sales Channel
  5. Facial Recognition on the Go
  6. Virtual Reality
  7. Smart Cities