Here are some interesting tech found in CES on Day 2
1. LG’s rollable OLED TV

An 18-inch OLED display shown off by LG is so thin — just 0.18mm — it can be rolled up like a poster.
LG Display says the next step is to improve the size beyond 18 inches. The resolution will also likely receive a bump from 810×1,200-pixels, but since it’s OLED its other picture-quality characteristics — namely an insanely high contrast ratio — are superb to begin with.

2. Mercedes-Benz Dashboard

This is the updated dashboard Mercedes gas designed for it’s E-class cars. There are two 12.3-inch LCD panels, one for the instrument cluster and one for infotainment and navigation. It has been available in the market since January 11 and It’s attracting a lot of attention form car lovers.

3. Trackr

 The Trackr is a Bluetooth-powered device that keeps track of things you’d hate to lose, from keys to pets, but it also comes with Amazon Echo integration so Alexa tells you what room your stuff is in.

4. Rinspeed

Rinspeed brought a high-tech, self-driving concept car to CES 2016, showing off technology from a number of partners, including Harman International. It’s a Swiss maker of customized vehicles. The two curved 21.5-inch Ultra HD widescreen monitors are placed better than the ones seen in BMW’s boot and are a pleasure to watch.

5. The 600$ Oculus Rift

The VR devices are getting better on one side, and cheaper on the other. Well, the Oculus Rift is definitely getting much better but with a heavy price tag.This device is a piece of perfection, there is no lag to the motion and no blurring of the images (thanks, Black Frame Insertion and the OLED display). This definitely is the next generation of gaming.

6. Segway Ninebot

Intel showed off the Segway Ninebot, a companion robot from Segway that also transforms into a rideable transporter. It was definitely eye-catching as the place got crowded when it was revealed. The device is another attempt of bringing robotics in our future day-to-day life.
7. Blu Vivo XL
Costing just $150, the Blu Vivo XL is a must have for anyone who would like a bang for their buck! Having a good combination of specs, 5.50-inch 720p display, 1.3GHz octa-core MediaTek MT6753 processor, 2GB of RAM, 3150 mah battery, 16GB of internal storage that can be expanded up to 64GB via a microSD card and 13-megapixel primary camera on the rear and a 5-megapixel front shooter for selfies, Its definitely gonna fit anyone’s needs. Design wise, it’s a elegant beauty.
8. Bosch’s car from the future
Bosch’s concept catches the eye from both inside and out. Though Bosch’s press release makes no mention of it, its new design, which appears unnamed beyond “show car,” is quite clearly an open version of the 2015 EDAG Light Cocoon (you can see EDAG’s logo at the rear). That illuminated, trellis-framed body is sure to attract its fair share of foot traffic to Bosch’s CES booth, even before people know what it is they’re looking at.

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