10 Gadgets that Will Change Our Lives in 2020
The last decade was full of digital advancements. Technology invaded our day-to-day lives, replacing alarm clocks, digital video discs, print books, movie rentals, newspapers, magazines, and so much more.
In some ways, tech has simplified our lives. 2019 was an innovative year, with the rise of accessible AI and other smart tech systems. The next decade will likely be a time when science fiction manifests in our daily life.
So, what can we expect to see? Ten years is a long time in the world of tech, and it’s difficult to predict more than a few years out. But here’s a list of the top ten tech gadgets that will change our lives in 2020.
Olive Smart Ear
Olive Smart Ear looks like a wireless ear pod, but it’s much more than that. The powerful auditory amplifier helps users hear various sounds better, such as a television in the next room or conversations with a friend.
It won an innovation award at CES (Consumer Electronics Show) 2020. Olive Smart Ear is available in black or white and comes with a portable charging pod.
The Copenhagen Wheel is a self-contained electric motorized bike that transitions from a regular bike into an electric-hybrid bicycle. It’s powered by the rear wheel and acquires additional energy from the movement of the wheels. This allows for easier peddling up steep inclines and challenging terrains.
The Copenhagen Wheel also connects to the Internet through an app, which offers various features, including helping riders locate nearby friends and measure their calorie burn.
LG Signature OLED TV R
The LG Signature OLED TV R can be rolled down into its base when it’s not in use, which is LG’s response to consumer concerns about too much screen time. The 4K HDR television was displayed at CES this year and hits the U.S. market in 2020. The price is rumored to be around $60,000 for a 65-inch screen.
For many, water conservation is a high priority. The Hydraloop is a water recycling system that looks similar to a large refrigerator. It recycles about 85% of a household’s water and provides users with updates about their water consumption and conservation through an app.
Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Fold
The folding screen is the latest trend for tablets and laptops. Weighing 2.2 pounds, Lenovo’s new foldable PC laptop has a 13.3-inch display, many cutting-edge functionalities, and a mini foldable keyboard.
Samsung Sero TV
Samsung has developed the next generation of television with its new Sero TV. The 43-inch screen can be situated both horizontally (default landscape mode) and vertically (portrait mode). This allows the 4K TV to accommodate all types of media, including TikTok videos, Instagram Stories, and Snapchat content.
TOWNEW is the first self-sealing and self-changing trash can, which saves consumers time and energy. The innovative garbage receptacle has a motion sensor that detects when it’s full. Then it seals the trash bag and automatically lines the bin with a new one.
Even if the bin overflows the top, the TOWNEW can seal the bag without any messes. It’s ideal for homes, offices, and other commercial spaces.
Dell OptiPlex 7070 Ultra Desktop
Dell’s OptiPlex 7070 Ultra Desktop is the world’s most flexible, fully modular computer with a zero carbon footprint. The desktop computer has an ergonomic stand and features various configurations for top-notch performance.
LG Smart WiFi-Enabled Washer/Dryer Combo
With the LG Smart WiFi-Enabled Washer/Dryer Combo, laundry can be done from just about anywhere. The connected app allows users to start and stop cycles and check the status of loads, even if they’re away from home. It also notifies them when loads are complete.
Colgate Plaqless Pro
The Plaqless Pro from Colgate is an electric toothbrush with the ability to detect biofilm buildup. It alerts the user when it detects buildup by flashing a light and then prompts them to attentively brush the particular area. Once the buildup is removed, the light changes again, which prompts them to continue brushing other areas.
Imagine a world where soldiers will have cyborg exoskeleton armor that will give them increased physical and mental performance. The Warrior Web program, funded by the