10 Awesome Gadgets that inspired us at CES 2015

2015’s Consumer Electronic Show has come to an end. We’re taking this opportunity to highlight the stuff that wowed us most. There’s so much of tech like wearable gadgets and gadgets for your feet, for your home, for your pets and so on showcased at the biggest tech expo. Here is a list of awesome gadgets that inspired us at CES 2015 in Las Vegas.

  1. Nixie camera drone

An attendee tries a prototype Nixie flying selfie on his wrist. Nixie is the first flying camera that is capable of capturing unique photos and videos. The wrist straps unfold to form a drone, capture shots from air and flies back to you.

  1. Petcube

Stay connected to your furry friends when you are not at home. The Petcube is a black-and-silver wide-angle camera that allows you to watch, talk and play with your furry friend from your smartphone, no matter where you are. The device is also equipped with a laser and speaker that engages your pets in a variety of ways while you’re away from home.

  1. 3D-printed Robotic Spider Dress 2.0

A model-wearing 3D-printed Robotic Spider Dress 2.0 designed by Netherlands-based fashion-tech designer Anouk Wipprech. This terrific outfit is equipped with crazy epaulets and Intel’s Edison computer chip that detects threat and keeps strangers at bay.

  1. Hocoma Valedo

Designed exclusively for people with low back problems, the Valedo is a pair of wearable tech that, when used in combination with an app on your iOS device via Bluetooth 4.0, guides you through a series of different workouts, as well as monitors your improvements.

  1. Panasonic Lumix CM1 Android-powered samrtphone/camera

Panasonic has managed to insert a 1-inch sensor into the camera, which is extremely big for a smartphone. It can capture 4k video like any other high-end smartphones such as Samsung Galaxy S5, Sony Xperia Z3 and Moto x.

  1. iHome’s Smart Plug

There are dozen of smart plugs out in the market. iHome’s smart plug is distinct from others with its Apple HomeKit compatibility. The SmartPlug will allow iOS users to control almost anything in your home using Siri. If you were to connect a lamp into SmartPlug, you should be able to turn off the lamp using Siri.

  1. Acer Chromebook 15

Acer unveiled its $249 Chromebook 15, a new Chromebook laptop. It comes in two models. The first flavor features a 1,366 display, a Broadwell Celeron processor, 2GB RAM and 16 GB storage. The second, higher end version has a 1080p IPS panel, 4GB RAM and a core i3 processor.

  1. Garmin vivoactive

Garmin has long been a leading brand in sport watches, but it’s moving into smartwatches now with the new Garmin Vivoactive. The garmin’s ultra-thin smartwatch is paired with the heart rate monitor. The vivoactive, though sporty looks good enough to sit on your wrist all day, so it can track all your activities from your morning jog or swim.

  1. Toshiba’s New Humanoid Robot Aiko Chihira

The communication Android uses sign language to communicate with the visitors. Toshiba’s goal is to make Chihira play as a companion for the elderly and people with dementia.

  1. Self-driivng Merceds Benz F 015 Luxury

Self-driving cars made flashy appearance at the CES 2015.the F 015 Luxury is designed for four passengers. The car is powered by a battery and hydrogen fuel cell. The vehicle allows its passengers to take over the control at any time during the ride.