The annual tech show is coming to Vegas again and here is a sneak peak at all the “Smart” products you can expect.
Fitness tech looks like being one of the show’s big themes, and Technogym is looking to update its range of high-end gear with a treadmill that plays a “personalised music soundtrack” based on the speed the user is running at.
The firm says its system works by matching the rhythm of a song to the number of steps per minute it detects the person is jogging at. Spotify already does something similar with its app for street runners, but Technogym says it’s the first to bring the idea to a treadmill.
Just in case you were worried Mr Tiddles was being left out, Petnet has unveiled the SmartBowl.The firm says animal owners just need to input the weight, age and activity level of their cat or dog, and the bowl will tell them when they have poured in the right amount of food.
Just be prepared to put up with your newly food-limited pet begging for extra treats as a consequence.
Adding big displays to appliances that seemed to do well enough without them looks like it will be another trend.
Samsung’s latest fridge features a 21.5in high definition touchscreen that it says can be used to check its “temperature, humidity and operation mode” as well as to look at the food inside via a camera.
It will be interesting to find out which niche of the market Samsung thinks will take it as a preferable solution to simply opening the door.