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Sengled Edison Filament Bulb brings CES 2020 back to 1879

Sengled Edison Filament Bulb brings CES 2020 back to 1879

The folks at Sengled brought a very vintage-looking piece of tech to Las Vegas this week, to CES 2020. This is the Sengled Smart LED Edison Filament Bulb, with a design that's decidedly old-school. Sengled also has a set of new smart (and not so smart) lighting and smart home solutions out at CES 2020, including Smart LED Candle Light Bulbs, a new Smart Hub, and a Smart Plug with Energy Monitoring.

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ASUS Chromebook Flip C436 challenges Galaxy Chromebook for CES crown

ASUS Chromebook Flip C436 challenges Galaxy Chromebook for CES crown

If there's a theme to CES today, it could very well be high-end Chromebooks. Alongside Samsung's announcement of the Galaxy Chromebook, ASUS has revealed the Chromebook Flip C436. A CES 2020 reveal for the C436 is particularly timely, as the Chromebook's predecessor - the C434 - was revealed at CES 2019.

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Fujitsu Happy Hacking Keyboard 3, 20 years later: USB-C and Bluetooth

Fujitsu Happy Hacking Keyboard 3, 20 years later: USB-C and Bluetooth

Fujitsu released a new edition of their Happy Hacking Keyboard, a "cult classic" keyboard that's remained largely the same for over 20 years. The newest round of "HHKB" models are called HHKB Pro 3, and they come in three different versions. There's the HHKB Pro 3 Classic, HHKB Pro 3 HYBRID, and HHKB Pro 3 HYBRID Type-S. New accessories were also shown, including wrist rests, tablet/phone stands with travel bags, a protective lid, and a carrying case bundle.

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Audi AI:ME autonomous EV concept has VR and a surprise inside

Audi AI:ME autonomous EV concept has VR and a surprise inside

CES wouldn't be CES without a glittering autonomous car concept hitting the Las Vegas strip, and for 2020 it's the turn of the Audi AI:ME to ditch the driver. Billed as the "third living space," the self-piloted e-tron electric hatchback is a prototype of not only what the car of the future might look like, but the sort of things we may be doing inside when we're not focused on actively driving.

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TCL Project Archery 2.0 gives video glasses a second try

TCL Project Archery 2.0 gives video glasses a second try

TCL isn't just bringing affordable Android phones and a foldable prototype to CES 2020: the company also has another concept device that aims to deliver your video and gaming content more privately. TCL Project Archery was previewed back at IFA 2019, a wearable display promising the equivalent of a 100-inch TV viewed from across the room.

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TCL foldable phone hands-on: A prototype with promise

TCL foldable phone hands-on: A prototype with promise

TCL has revealed a new foldable phone prototype at CES 2020, a clamshell that opens up to reveal a 7.2-inch flexible touchscreen, and one which already has a few advantages over the Samsung Galaxy Fold. While the device is still at the "functional prototype" stage, and won't launch quite as you see here, there are already good reasons why what TCL has achieved should get Android fans excited.

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TCL 10 5G, 10 Pro and 10L promise high-spec Android under $500

TCL 10 5G, 10 Pro and 10L promise high-spec Android under $500

TCL has a new family of smartphones, the TCL 10-Series, and if you thought 5G would be priced out of your pocket then thing again. The TCL 10 5G, TCL 10 Pro, and TCL 10L are all making their debut at CES 2020 this week, and all three will be priced at under $500 when they go on sale later this year.

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Land Rover’s 2020 Defender doubles the eSIM for smarter OTA updates

Land Rover’s 2020 Defender doubles the eSIM for smarter OTA updates

eSIM is coming to cars, with Land Rover announcing that the 2020 Defender will pull up with not one but two LTE modems onboard. The rebooted classic SUV already showed off some of its tech upgrades ahead of its arrival in dealerships later this year, but now Land Rover is digging deeper into its new infotainment system.

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Sennheiser and Continental speakerless audio turns cars into instruments

Sennheiser and Continental speakerless audio turns cars into instruments

Automobiles are becoming more and more advanced these days, almost becoming like smartphones on wheels. Especially with the advent of full or hybrid electric vehicles, smart car systems, and the upcoming 5G, modern cars offer an almost completely new experience to both drivers and passengers except in one aspect. Audio is still delivered by conventional speaker systems, something that Sennheiser and Continental are working to change with their new immersive audio system that turns the whole car into a soundbox.

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Samsung SelfieType app gives your phone a camera keyboard

Samsung SelfieType app gives your phone a camera keyboard

The Samsung SelfieType project was shown in more detail today at CES 2020 as an invisible projector keyboard for your phone. This system utilizes front-facing camera sensor systems in modern smart phones (like the Galaxy S10) to track the position of a users' fingers. The phone is propped up in front of the user and the users' hands are positioned like they'd be in front of a WASD keyboard - but the keyboard does not exist!

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Samsung Galaxy Chromebook serves up an AMOLED display

Samsung Galaxy Chromebook serves up an AMOLED display

One of the biggest products Samsung brought to CES 2020 is undoubtedly the Galaxy Chromebook. The 2-in-1 Chromebook definitely has a design that stands out, as it'll be available in a color Samsung called "Fiesta Red" -though it'll also be available in a more traditional "Mercury Gray," for those of you who don't want a Chromebook that's quite so loud. Beyond its looks, though, the Galaxy Chromebook has some specifications that may help it stand out from other devices in the space.

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NVIDIA launches CES 2020 driver as Wolfenstein: Youngblood gets ray tracing

NVIDIA launches CES 2020 driver as Wolfenstein: Youngblood gets ray tracing

As it usually does during these big trade shows, NVIDIA has announced the launch of a new Game Ready Driver for its graphics cards. In keeping with tradition, this Game Ready Driver is bringing a bunch of new features along with it, chief among them being an option to set a maximum frame rate in games. For those obsessed with squeezing as high a framerate as they can out of their PC hardware, such a feature might seem a little odd, but NVIDIA offers a few good reasons why someone may want to turn it on.

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