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Mobile launches of CES 2021 – smartwatches, smartglasses and other gadgets

In a previous article, we wrote about the freshly concluded CES 2021 and smartwatch and tablet launches. This time we have news for you in the field of wearable technology and some information regarding other mobile gadgets.

Smartwatches and smartbands

2021 will be a decisive year for any wearable technology, such as smartwatches. The company Pebble During CES it presented “Steel“, which is a smartwatch fully made of metal. The watch is a slightly improved version of the standard smartwatch from Pebble, enhanced m.In. o Gorilla Glass, a new charger or LED notification light.

Features such as the e-paper display, water resistance, interface and battery remain unchanged from the original. However, the design has certainly changed. The new watches look much more solid and “serious”, resembling more old-school men’s watches on a bracelet than plastic watches for kids.
A wrist band can be an interesting gadget Razer Nabu. The basic functionality is to send data from the smartphone straight to the wristband, located on our hand. In addition, the device tracks our physical activity. The wristband consists of two screens.

The former is placed on the verso and informs about incoming calls, emails or notifications from the app. The second is on the inside of the bracelet and displays detailed information, e.g. news. The armband is an interesting compromise between smartwatches and fitness bands.

It is expected to work with all operating systems.
The watch was also prepared by the company Archos, Offering a cheaper alternative to more expensive smartwatch models. The watch is designed to work with both Android and iOS.

Smartglasses: Epson Moverio BT-200

Is there growing competition for Google Glasses? Epson glasses are already visually enticing with their relatively small size and weight. They have a motion sensor and display both 2D and 3D images.

They also feature a front camera, so we can use Augmented Reality, or augmented reality. The display gives the impression of viewing a 320-inch diagonal image. They have a dual-core processor, 1GB RAM and 8GB of internal memory.

The glasses work with Android 4.0.4.

Super processor for mobile devices from NVIDIA

NVIDIA at CES prepared an impressive quad-core processor for mobile devices Tegra K1. It represents the world’s most advanced mobile processor. Features 192 GPU cores, huge graphics performance and energy efficiency. It is the first mobile technology to offer graphics quality comparable to the best PCs.

The processor also opens the door to mobile-controlled cars, as it works with in-car apps. Anyone thirsty for more technical details is invited to visit the manufacturer’s website: http://www.nvidia.en/object/tegra-k1-processor-pl.html.

Mobile gaming controller for iOS -SteelSeries Stratus

Wireless game controller for iOS 7 devices was also an interesting launch. It is designed to allow users of Apple devices to comfortably enjoy the mobile games we can find on the following Apple devices: iPhone 5S, iPhone 5C, iPhone 5, iPad Mini, iPad Air, iPad 4 and 5th generation iPad Touch. This is certainly a treat for all players. When charged, it is expected to last for as much as 10 hours of gaming.
These are all the Consumer Electronics Show mobile launches we’ve picked out for you. Which of the launches was the biggest surprise for you? What disappointed?