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Smartphones, laptops, and bizarre gadgets are all on display at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas in 2022



The International Consumer Electronics Show (CES), one of the world's largest technology trade shows, opens in Las Vegas on Wednesday with its first in-person event since the outbreak began in late October. While the conference may take on a different appearance in 2022, it will continue to feature the same mix of innovative and bizarre products that have appeared year after year since its inception.


The event will feature a variety of unusual gadgets in addition to laptops, tablets, and smartphones, including dehumidifying earbuds (yes, you read that correctly), smart light bulbs that monitor your sleep, and even smart bath technology that allows a bathtub to self-fill.


CES 2022 will feature some of the most talked-about products in the world, according to company announcements and a press day on Tuesday.


Self-driving Tractor manufactured by John Deere


John Deere has offered tractors with automated steering guided by GPS, but its latest model, which will be available later this year, will till the fields entirely on its own. In addition to six stereo cameras and numerous sensors, the autonomous farm tractor is equipped with a smartphone app that provides real-time data and video. Farmers can monitor the tractor's progress through the app. Meanwhile, the artificial intelligence built into the system will keep an eye out for any impediments or issues. Whenever something appears to be wrong with the tractor, it can come to a complete stop and call for assistance from the farmer.


Samsung Galaxy S21 FE smartphone



Some of the best features from Samsung's existing S21 line are packaged in a more affordable package with the Galaxy S21 FE 5G smartphone — "FE" stands for "fan edition" — in the new Galaxy S21 FE 5G smartphone. It is $100 less expensive than last year's S21 despite sharing the same processors, refresh rates, and triple camera system. The smartphone will go on sale on January 11 with prices starting at $699. It has a 6.4-inch Dynamic AMOLED display, an aluminum frame, a slight camera bump from the phone's edge, and a fingerprint scanner. It is available in black and white. It is not as flashy as the S21, but it is less expensive and comes in a wider range of colors — olive, lavender, white, or silver — making it a more viable alternative.


Dell's Alienware flexible gaming setup


Gaming hardware division Alienware demonstrated a Concept Nyx gaming setup, which would allow gamers to seamlessly transition from a PC in the bedroom to a TV in the living room, picking up where they left off with a single controller. Alienware is a division of Dell that makes gaming hardware. It is still in prototype form, but it would rely on edge computing, which could result in increased bandwidth and decreased lags while players are engaged in gameplay.


Sengled smart light bulb



It does not require the use of a smartwatch to monitor your sleeping habits, thanks to Sengled's new smart light bulb. The lighting company has outfitted its bulbs with radar technology, which monitors biometric data such as heart rate, body temperature, and other vital signs, according to the company. Bluetooth-enabled bulbs placed in close proximity to one another within a home, according to the manufacturer, can form a mesh network that can "assist in detecting human behavior, determining if someone has fallen, and signaling for assistance."


Dog nose prints, temporary tattoo printer and dehumidifier earbuds



A number of unusual but delightful products were delivered by Samsung C-Lab startups this year, as part of the company's internal accelerator program. If your dog gets lost, you can use the Petnow app to identify him by his nose print rather than by the microchip that was implanted in him previously. Using the app, you can analyze the unique wrinkles on a dog's nose — wrinkles that, unlike fingerprints, do not change over time. The goal is to reunite lost pets with their owners.


Starting at $199, the Prinker Korea app allows users to design temporary tattoos on their skin by selecting a design and printing it on their skin using a handheld device, according to the company. The DearBuds from Linkface are Bluetooth-enabled earbuds that monitor the humidity level inside the ear, which the creators believe is a factor in bacteria growth. They also emit light and heat to help alleviate sticky and moist ear canals. (The company exceeded its Kickstarter goal last year, but was forced to halt funding due to difficulties sourcing components for the earbuds. The company has since announced plans to redesign the product.)


Bird Buddy Smart Bird Feeder


Bird Buddy, a $199 camera-equipped bird feeder, may be able to assist you if you've ever wanted to get up close and personal with the feathered visitors to your backyard. Using your home WiFi network, the feeder, which is currently available for pre-order and will ship in June, captures images and videos of visiting birds and streams them live to a mobile application. Using artificial intelligence, the app is able to identify the species of birds that you are viewing and saves an album of bird visitors that can be shared with family and friends.


Samsung freestyle



Samsung's revolutionary new Freestyle device ($899) combines the customizability of Samsung's smart TVs with the portability of a smartphone to create a truly unique experience. The fancy projector, which is portable and weighs less than two pounds, allows you to create exciting entertainment experiences at any time and from any location. The system will play music, illuminate the room with a variety of decorative lights, and project videos onto the walls or ceiling while you sleep.


Dell XPS 13 Plus Laptop



There have been some significant changes to Dell's new XPS 13 laptop, the most notable of which is the addition of a "capacitive function row" in place of the F keys, which is reminiscent of Apple's polarizing digital touch bar. But early reviews have praised the switch, as well as the inclusion of a glass haptic trackpad, which is becoming increasingly popular in thin laptops. The svelte premium laptop will be available for $1,100 in the spring of this year.

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