Today, we are back with the next part of the post in which we are going to tell you about Innovative Gadgets Presented at CES 2022. Have a look at another 4 gadgets that were the epicenter of the crowd at the CES 2022, so have a keen look at the list.
Canadian company Dcbel offers the r16 energy station, which charges electric vehicles with solar energy and turns the battery into a backup power source for the home. The station provides 76 hours of backup power reserve and is compatible with popular EV charging standards, according to Dcbel.
The company has raised $40 million in total funding and was founded in 2015, according to Crunchbase.
Roborock S7+ Vacuum
Chinese robotic devices company Roborock brought its S7+ robot vacuum and sonic mop and auto-empty dock to CES 2022. The S7+ can store up to 60 days of dust, detects carpet, and works with Amazon Alexa, according to the company. The sonic floor mopping technology scrubs up to 3,000 times a minute. When a carpet is detected, the mop lifts to avoid getting it wet.
The dock can go eight weeks without emptying, according to the company.
Smarty Pear Leo’s Loo Too
Representatives from Smarty Pear, a portfolio company of PurLife Brands, brought its Leo’s Loo Too application-connected, virtual Assistant-enabled self-cleaning litter box to Las Vegas this week.
Palo Alto, Calif.-based Smarty Pear offers a litter box that works with Alexa and Google Assistant, according to the company. The litter box connects to Wi-Fi and Bluetooth, providing monitor and control to cat owners. They even receive detailed activity reports on the number of visits, cat weight, and other measures captured through radar and sensors.
The Leo’s Loo Too comes with 10 bags and filters. It comes in gray, pink, blue and green. It cleans in about a minute and promises no-spill, according to the company. It also uses ultraviolet sterilization for bacteria, viruses, and parasites.
TP-Link Tapo C220
Chinese networking products maker TP-Link showed a new suite of Tapo smart home products at CES 2022, including the C220 pan and tilt artificial intelligence-powered home security Wi-Fi camera.
The camera can notify users of the movements of people and pets in a home, according to TP-Link. When motion is detected, sound and light alarms can go off. The pan and tilt function captures panoramic views of rooms. And the lens can be physically hidden for privacy. In standard mode, the camera works with a 2K QHD, 110-degree per-second pan, and tilt.
TP-Link’s other new Tapo offerings include smart floodlight cameras, smart contact sensors for windows and doors, smart temperature and humidity monitors, and smart water leak sensors, according to the company.