8th January 2022 - The Pick of CES 2022 on BBC Berkshire

Jan 09, 12:23 AM

Fevzi Turkalp, the Gadget Detective, joins Bill Buckley to discuss what's been unveiled at the CES 2022 in Las Vegas, including

◙ BMW's E-Ink paint which allows cars to change colour, currently as long as it's a shade of grey.
◙ The Schlage Wifi Enabled Deadbolt Lock which allows you to lock and unlock your front door using and Apple Watch, or your iPhone's TouchID, FaceID, or on lock keypad.
◙ The Labrador Retriever Robot Shelf, which is a mobile shelf that can carry things around for you. It can even fetch a beer from the fridge and deliver it to you. 
◙ The Anker Nebula Cosmos Laser 4K Projector. A projector capable of throwing a genuine full 4K image up to 105 inches in size and features the Android OS to allow use of streaming services such as Netflix, Amazon Prime, BBC iPlayer, Disney+ et al without needing to stream to it from a device such as your phone. 
◙ The AnkerWork B600 Video Bar, a webcam with an integrated lightbar for superior lighting quality and adaptive field of view using a 2k sensor, plus built in speakers.

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