Every year, tech companies introduces their newest and Excellent gadgets at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. Few of them is impressive, Few of them is sit, and max of it is not very good. But with the help of A.I. assistants and social robots, a few new things stood out as we might want to hug.
- Kuri more cute than Alexa
Kuri works on your voice command just like the Amazon echo and google home. You can command to play music and to control your smart home devices. Kuri has the emotive eyes and a friendly disposition.
2. Surveillance bunny
Arlo Baby help you to make your baby camera look like bunny, cat, or Dalmation ears. the camera will notify you whenever your kid moves or cries. Built-in speakers help you to talk your kid remotely. This is obviously as cute as home surveillance can get.
This light-up, vibrating, talking ball is designed to help children with autism and other unique desires. It plays games that educate social, emotional, cognitive, and motor skills.
Lego Boost combines old-school plastic bricks with electronics that allow you build any of five moving Lego-bots. Frankie the Cat purrs, plays the harmonica, and doesn’t scratch the furniture, which arguably makes it cuter than actual cat.
Mykie is a voice-controlled “kitchen elf” that may pull up recipes for you or inform you how long until the pot roast is done. And of course, its eyes make it appear friendly and sentient.