LeEco, the China-based electronics and automobile internet company, has unveiled its smart road superbike at this year’s CES 2017. With a 4-inch touchscreen powered by an Android 6.0 Marshmallow operating system that speaks directly to the Bike App, the LeEco road bike is an intuitive street bike designed for cycling enthusiasts that love technology.

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With a mission to eliminate distractions through technology, the Navdy Head-Up Display (HUD) is a transparent dashboard mount that allows users to stay connected while seeing the road ahead.

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Capable of producing unlimited hot water and designed to reduce 20% water consumption, Solable’s eco-friendly device is poised to revolutionize the shower experience worldwide.

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Winner of this year’s coveted CES Best of Innovation Award for Eco-Design and Sustainable Technologies, the Zera Food Recycler takes a week’s worth of your food and transforms it into ready-to-use, homemade fertilizer.

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Armed with a proprietary voice streaming translator system called STREAM, ili eliminates the frustrations around delayed translation software. STREAM translates words in as little as 0.2 seconds and since the device has its own built-in processing unit, there’s no reliance on wireless connectivity.

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Imagine if your desk lamp was smart enough to know your ideal environment for working from home or your preferred brightness levels for reading prior to bed. Introducing Lumigent – the smart desk lamp that understands voice commands like, “Hey Lumi, change the position to bedtime reading.”

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With wearable smart tech trending, no piece of clothing is exempt from a union with technology. WELT, the Smart Fashion Belt, finally made its debut at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, promising to help users embrace a healthy lifestyle while remaining fashionable. WELT’s sleek, inconspicuous design allows even the most stylish consumers access to useful health metrics that will surely improve their quality of life.

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The new year has arrived in full force with a myriad of technological marvels being unveiled at the 2017 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, with a sharp uptick in the prevalence of smart bots. Olly, a quirky home assistant developed by UK startup Emotech, ultimately seeks to stand out from the competition by offering a more personalized approach to in-home robotics.

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Here to welcome you to the future of personal projection, Beam is a fully-equipped smart projector that can turn any flat surface in your home into a crisp big screen. Encouraging users to “Screw it in and have fun,” Beam aims to provide a convenient and intelligent multimedia device anywhere you want it to be.

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