Best of CES 2019: first foldable phone, Harley Davidson goes electric and a flying car

connectVideoFrom robot dogs to laptops and Tvs, CES 2019 highlights of new innovations in technology

Kurt ‘The CyberGuy’ Knutsson is evident from a number of the most impressive gadgets.

CES is about showing the future. Here are some of the best products from the pike. Fox News has compiled some of the most interesting products to catch our eye this year.

First foldable phone

China-based Royole showed the world’s first commercial flexible phone. Commercial as well as in the company is now taking orders for delivery within two months, according to Royole the website. The phone 7.8-inch display, fold in half, making it small enough to fit in your pocket. The “Developer” Version is priced at $1,318.


TV with roll-up display

In addition to the ability to roll into a base, which serves as a front-firing Dolby Atmos audio system, the LG Signature OLED TV R can be used with Amazon, Alexa, Google, or Assistant.

LG says that the TV is “coming soon.”

The current robot, at your service

A walking robot at your beck and call is the general idea behind Ubtech the Walker Robot. The robot can walk on “complex terrain” and adjust to ramps, stairs, and uneven surfaces.

Other features include face and object recognition, and the ability to work with household equipment such as lighting and electrical appliances.

A car that runs

The Hyundai Elevate is a future electric vehicle concept with robotic legs to walk and climb over treacherous terrain. For now, the goal is disaster assistance.

Getting around in the city of the future

The Vision Urbanetic of Mercedes-Benz sport-body-swap technology which can switch to different bodies, depending on how the vehicle is used.

If a ride-sharing vehicle, there is space for up to twelve passengers. In cargo mode, which is the carrier of the goods. The car is self driving and electric-powered.

Segway go-cart

Users can attach the Ninebot Gokart Electric Kit to the Ninebot’s base and end up with a go-cart with a top speed of 15 mph.

The kit is available now, priced at $799 and the Ninebot is priced separately starting at € 489.

Solar-powered portable electric oven

The GoSun Fusion is a hybrid electric/solar-powered portable heater. If you are from sunlight, it can be run from a power source, such as a carport, jack. GoSun is a Kickstarter project and can be pre-ordered for $449.

Flying car

Bell is known for making helicopters. So, the company wants to take it to the next level with a flying car-or taxi, depending on how an owner decides to use it.

Bell says that the “critical last step is the design of a flight control ecosystem that allows individuals to safely and efficiently work in the urban air-vehicles.”


Smartphone with a hole-punch

2018 was the year of the notch for smartphones, maybe 2019 will be the year of the hole-punch. Enter the Eea View 20 displayed on the CES.

The phone is equipped with a small hole in the upper left corner. We know later this year, if it catches on.


Harley Davidson Livewire electric motorcycle

As goes from 0 to 60 in less than 3.5 seconds sounds good, Harley has an engine. However, there is no link to let go of and no gears to go through.

The estimated range is 110 miles, but the price is a bit of a shock from € 29,799. It comes in August 2019.

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