Our Picks from CES 2020

For over 20 years, the Consumer Electronics Showcase has dazzled tech geeks from across the globe. In recent years, however, the Las Vegas-based spectacle has evolved to encapsulate far more that just the latest developments in personal electronics. As our lives and homes become increasingly ‘smart,’ brands from a wide range of industries are showing up in a big way to capture this growing market. Check out some of our CES 2020 highlights below:

Samsung Ballie: Designed to be an " all-around life companion," this ball-shaped gadget can control various smart home features.
Hydraloop's Water Recycler filters and purifies grey water from baths, showers, and washing machines for re-use in toilets, pools, and irrigation systems.
Joué's Music Instrument: This music-making device allows users to experiment with different sounds from a range of instruments.
Rocean's One takes on plastic bottle use by filtering, carbonating, and flavoring water.
Samsung Sero TV: Smart phone users can easily share content in portrait mode with this new smart TV from Samsung.
LG Indoor Garden: This built-in indoor garden employs advanced lighting, temperature, and water control to allow homeowners to grow greens inside their kitchens year-round.
Toyota Woven City: Designed by Bjarke Ingels, this "woven city" will function as a laboratory for autonomous cars, smart homes, artificial intelligence, and other technologies from Toyota.
Zero Mass Water Solar Panel: The solar-powered technology provides off-grid access to drinking water sourced from water vapor.
Sandisk has released a prototype of a new 8TB portable SSD—the biggest external SSD ever made—compact enough to fit in your pocket.
The Townew Bin promotes hygiene by sealing and changing its own bags.
The Hachi Infinite Projector turns any flat surface in your home or office into a touch screen.
The angular design of the Roland GPX-F1 "Facet" Electronic Grand Piano projects an ideal sound experience for both the player and audience and incorporates Amazon's Alexa to assist pianists in composing arrangements.
LG's ThinQ Smart Door features biometric security and prevents theft with receptacles for packages and perishables built into the door.
Panasonic has streamlined VR glasses reminiscent of steampunk eyewear with the world's first full HDR capabilities.