CES 2023 is well underway and not disappointing. From smart birdfeeders to the latest generation of Intel core proceesors, there is something for every tech enthusiast.
To help you sift through the hundreds of innovative products unveiled at America’s most popular tech expo, we have curated a list of 10 of our top picks:
1. SiPhox Health Introduces World’s First Lab-Quality Home Blood Testing Platform
Backed by Khosla Ventures and Ycombinator, SiPhox Health is the first healthcare company to leverage silicon photonic chips to make diagnostics 100x faster, smaller, and less expensive – without sacrificing quality.
The SiPhox Home, currently available for investigational use only, is designed to measure a range of immunoassays for key biomarkers of inflammation, metabolism, hormonal, and heart health in a single sample. The platform requires less than a drop of blood, delivers results in under 5 minutes and has been externally validated against traditional central lab methods.
“Silicon Photonics has revolutionized the way internet data is transmitted, creating the modern world of Zoom and constant connectivity,” said SiPhox CoFounder Diedrik Vermeulen. “SiPhox has applied this powerful semiconductor platform to enable testing that is 100x smaller, faster, and cheaper than anything out there – without sacrificing any quality or accuracy.”
2. Bird Buddy Debuts New AI-Powered Hummingbird Feeder
Bird Buddy is the world”s first smart bird feeder that instantly snaps and recognizes over 1000 species sending notifications of joy via the Bird Buddy app creating collectible images that you can share and providing species information through our ”birdopedia”.
The Hummingbird feeder uses artificial intelligence to capture photos and videos of 350 different hummingbird species with wing speeds of up to 60 mph. The motion sensor triggers the camera to take photos of the bird, then runs those images through its AI algorithm to identify the species, notifying the user through the Bird Buddy app.
3. Acer Unveils the eKinekt Bike Desk to Empower Active and Sustainable Lifestyles
Acer announced the eKinekt BD 3 bike desk, a desk combined with a stationary bike to empower sustainable and healthier lifestyles on Jan. 3, ahead of CES. The eKinekt BD 3 lets users exercise as they work by using kinetic energy from the rider’s pedaling to power the machine and charge devices. The LCD display and a companion smartphone app provide information to help riders stay on track with their progress during exercise regimes or work periods. Users can seamlessly adjust the bike resistance, seat, and desk height based on desired placement to provide added flexibility and comfort when working or training. The device is equipped with two USB Type-A ports and one USB Type-C port, a bag hook, and a beverage holder for added convenience whether in the office or in the comfort of home.
4. ASUS ProArt Studiobook 16 3D OLED
The new ProArt Studiobook 16 3D OLED mobile workstation transcends the ordinary, and goes far beyond the extraordinary. Its unstoppable 13th Gen Intel® Core™ i9 HX processor, NVIDIA® GeForce RTX™ 4070 graphics, vast amounts of memory and ultrafast storage will supercharge your content creation workflow and let your imagination do what it does best. The world’s first 16-inch 3.2K 120 Hz 3D OLED display with ASUS Spatial Vision technology provides you with an exceptional glasses-free 3D visual experience, and you’ll enjoy unrivaled precision control of your apps with the large, stylus-compatible haptic touchpad and intuitive ASUS Dial rotary control. Take your creativity beyond the limits with ProArt Studiobook 16 3D OLED.
5. NVIDIA Ada Lovelace Breaks Energy-Efficiency Barrier, Supercharges 170+ Laptop Designs for Gamers and Creators
On Jan. 3, NVIDIA announced GeForce RTX™ 40 Series laptops, powered by its ultra-efficient Ada Lovelace GPU architecture, which delivers the company’s largest-ever generational leap in performance and power efficiency.
The new GeForce RTX 40 Series laptops are up to 3x more power efficient than the previous generation and bring the Ada architecture, NVIDIA DLSS 3 and fifth-generation Max-Q technologies to laptops for the first time. For gamers, RTX 40 Series laptops deliver up to 4x the performance in AAA games like full ray-traced Cyberpunk 2077 with new RT Overdrive Mode, and, for creators, they offer blazing-fast acceleration in top creative apps such as Blender.
6. Displace Debuts the World’s First Truly Wireless TV
Displace, an in-home entertainment startup, debuted the world’s first truly wireless TV at CES 2023. Unlike any other TVs currently available in the market, the Displace 55″ 4K TVs are powered by a proprietary hot-swappable battery system, lightweight at under 20 lbs., transportable and can be easily secured to any surface with no mounting required, using Displace TV’s proprietary active-loop vacuum technology. Press were able to get ‘hands on’ with the Displace TV for the first time at CES Unveiled on Tuesday, Jan. 3 at the Mandalay Bay Hotel from 5 – 8:30 p.m. Displace is located at Central Hall, Booth #19171 from January 5 – 8, 2023.
7. Lockly Flex Touch Pro
Flex Touch Pro is the fastest and easiest way to turn your dumb lock into a smart lock. It’s compatible with most common deadbolt types and super easy to install that seamlessly attaches to your existing deadbolt. It comes with a Secure Link Wi-Fi Hub to augment the capability of the lock, enabling features like remote control and real-time monitoring from anywhere, as well as voice control via Alexa or Google Assistant. Perfect solution for your home, Airbnb rental property or office without the need to change the existing deadbolt.
8. Moen Smart Sprinkler Controller
Every lawn is unique. Its soil, the amount of sun and water it receives, the property grade and the region all have an impact on how much and how often it requires watering. Expanding its revolutionary Smart Water Network – an integrated system of products working to monitor and enhance users’ experiences with water in the home while facilitating water conservation – Moen is excited to bring its smart home technology to the area of the home where water is most used* with a Smart Sprinkler Controller and Smart Wireless Soil Sensors, together a 2023 CES Innovation Award Honoree.
9. Nanoleaf Sense+ Controls
Smart lighting gets even smarter with Nanoleaf’s Sense+ Controls. These smart switches are designed with built-in motion and ambient light sensors for lighting that’s both responsive and adaptive to you and your lifestyle. Connect your Sense+ Controls with Nala—Nanoleaf’s Automations Learning Assistant—in the Nanoleaf App to enable “learning” within your space, and enjoy Nala’s ultra-personalized lighting automation curation for the world’s most seamless, hands-free smart lighting experience.
10. 13th Gen Intel Core Processors
At CES, Intel announced its 13th Gen Intel® Core™ mobile processors that bring superior performance and experiences to mobile platforms. Intel introduced 32 new 13th Gen Intel Core mobile processors with a rich suite of features and capabilities for all laptop segments.
“The 13th Gen Intel Core mobile processor family delivers unrivaled, scalable performance for leadership platforms across all laptop segments,” said Michelle Johnston Holthaus, executive vice president and general manager of the Client Computing Group at Intel. “With our industry-leading technologies and unmatched global partner ecosystem, people can expect a high-caliber mobile experience in new and unique form factors – so they can game or create from anywhere.”