CES is not just about huge televisions, washing machines, and refrigerators. While like every year they did dominate the scene, CES 2018 also saw plenty of other interesting devices being launched. More importantly, we saw a number of accessories related to MacBook and iPhones being unveiled at the event as well. Additionally, we also saw a number of HomeKit accessories being unveiled at the event as well.
Incase has announced a new MacBook Pro sleeve — the IconConnected Power Sleeve — featuring a USB-C port and an integrated 14,000mAh battery. The sleeve will provide protection to your precious MacBook Pro and will also be able to provide it with extra juice when needed..
Late last year, Intel and AMD announced that they are working together to create laptop processors featuring AMD’s Vega series of GPU. Today at CES 2018, the first products from that partnership have been unveiled for consumers. Intel has unveiled a slew of Core i5 and Core i7 processors which come integrated with AMD’s RX Vega M GPUs.
Belkin has launched new wireless charging pads designed specifically for the iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, and the iPhone X. The range of wireless charging pads unveiled by the company at CES 2018 are designed to meet a consumer’s wireless charging demand in every scenario possible.
The Consumer Electronics Show can sometimes be the home for companies to show off what’s known as “vaporware,” or something that’s been announced, but isn’t available to buy.
At the Consumer Electronics Show this year, which is in full swing in Las Vegas, Nevada, there were a lot of different gadgets, devices, and technologies to show off. In typical fashion, there are a ton of different companies vying for videos and typed words about their products, some new, and some not so new at all. It’s a busy several days!
In January of 2015, USA Technologies announced that it was bringing Apple Pay support to over 200,000 vending machines in the United States.
Nvidia and Audi announced at CES 2017 that they are working together on an autonomous vehicle that they are planning to launch by 2020. Both companies have already worked together to develop a concept vehicle based on the Audi Q7 which they showcased at the event. The vehicle managed to navigate around a complex course using neural network and deep learning from Nvidia’s artificial intelligence platform.
With the Consumer Electronics Show in full swing, companies are announcing new products all the time, some of which can work with Apple’s products.
Apple’s not keen on putting a touchscreen in its Mac lineup, which left an opening for Neonode to fill in the perceived gap.