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10 Coolest Gadgets Showcased in The Consumer Electronics Show or CES 2017

The Consumer Electronics Show or CES 2017 was held from January 5–8. 2016 in Las Vegas, which blew millions of minds with their extraordinary innovations! Here is the list of few of the most amazing gadgets displayed this year.

The Super Game Boy

The Super Game Boy is an accessory released for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System. It plugs into the cartridge slot of the SNES. It is used to play Game Boy games on a TV set. It is succeeded by the Super Game Boy 2, the Nintendo 64's Transfer Pak and Nintendo GameCube's Game Boy Player, all of which are very similar in function.

Sony’s E-ink Watch

Sony announced an update to the curious-looking FES Watch with a new design. The FES Watch U features an e-ink display and pairs with your phone. But the surprising part is that the band is also a flexible e-ink display, opening a brand new world of design possibilities — what an exciting time to be alive.

Motiv Fitness Tracking Ring

Downsize your everyday wearable essentials with the Motiv Fitness Tracking Ring. Sitting on your finger, this compact device is packed with power. Featuring a titanium casing, Motiv tracks metrics such as steps, calories, distance, and more. In addition, it has an optical heart rate sensor. Best of all, the device is waterproof up to 50 meters so you can enjoy all of your favorite activities. Available in gray and rose gold, the Motiv Fitness Tracking Ring is complete with a LED band. This notifies you during charging and syncing.

Kuri the robot

Mayfield Robotics, which spun out of the research branch of Bosch, built Kuri as the next step in home robotics. It joins an increasingly crowded field: joining smart-home devices like Amazon’s Alexa and Google Home are wheeled robots like Jibo, Pepper, and Buddy, ready to offer companionship and entertainment.

World’s Largest USB Flash Drive

Kingston Digital, Inc., the Flash memory affiliate of Kingston Technology Company, Inc., the independent world leader in memory products, today announced DataTraveler® Ultimate Generation Terabyte (GT), the world’s highest capacity USB Flash drive. DataTraveler Ultimate GT offers up to 2TB of storage space and USB 3.1 Gen 1 (USB 3.0) performance.

Dell Inspiron 7000 2-in-1 (2016) review: The king of budget laptops has arrived

The Dell Inspiron 7000 2-in-1 comes with all the trimmings -- a slim metal chassis, backflipping touchscreen, speedy solid state drive and accurate touchpad -- for hundreds less than you'd expect. A face-recognizing camera, rare for any laptop, is icing on the cake.

Lenovo Smart Assistant

It's not a very catchy name, but one look will tell you this is clearly modeled on the Echo. It's a tall cylindrical device, but with a warmer design than Amazon's severe speaker. The top half is white, with a silver 360-degree microphone-speaker combo on top. The bottom half feels more like the Google Home device, with a gray, green or orange woven overlay for a splash of color. Inside is an Intel Celeron N3060 processor, and one 5-watt tweeter and one 10-watt woofer for audio.

Razer Project Valerie

Every year at CES, Razer is a good for a couple of cool PC prototypes or concept pieces. The inventive tech company was once best known for its hard-core gaming accessories, like mice and keyboards, but has quickly become a leader in the laptop category with its Blade systems.

Toyota Concept-i

The Toyota Concept-i is a car with personality—literally. Besides being equipped with typical concept-car features such as scissor-hinged doors and the ability to drive itself, the Concept-i sports an artificial intelligence (AI) system designed to spark a relationship with the vehicle’s owner. Think of the Concept-i as the vehicular equivalent of the brand’s Kirobo Mini robot currently sold in Japan.

PowerRay Aquatic Drone

You’ve got to feel sorry for the fish that comes face-to-face with the PowerRay submersible drone. Unveiled at CES this year (but not yet on sale), the drone is designed to “redefine recreational fishing,” says creator PowerVision. Well, the basics will stay the same: the fish are in the water, you’re on the land. But the PowerRay drone will use sonar and LED lures to track down and attract the fish for you, and even film them being caught in 4K.