Adrian Esquivel
January 10, 2014

TECKpert’s Top 5 Products from CES 2014

CES 2014 has turned out to be a great show filled with lots of impressive tech. The Las Vegas Consumer Electronics Show featured everything from the trending 4K video format to wearable tech and minidrones.In case you missed it, TECKpert put together our top 5 favorite products from CES 2014.

Sleep Number's x12
Sleep Number x12 Bed

Regular household items are getting smarter and smarter. There are smart toothbrushes and even smart slow cookers. The Sleep Number’s x12 smart bed monitors your heart rate and sleeping habits to help get you the best sleeping experience possible. Have a snoring partner? The x12’s Partner Snore button allows you to adjust your partner’s head position to eliminate the unpleasant noise. You are in your bed about 1/3 of your life, so getting a better night’s sleep can make a real difference.

Cobra JumPack
Cobra JumPack Portable Jumpstart

There are plenty of recently developed solutions for charging your phone on the go, but what about your car? The JumPack from Cobra is a small device, about the size of your hand, which allows you to jumpstart your vehicle no matter where you are. It’s powerful enough for up to 3 jumps and only takes 3-4 hours to recharge. It also has a USB port to boost the battery in your mobile device. At a value of $130, we’re naming it to be one of the most convenient and affordable products from CES.

ClearView Clio Speaker
ClearView Clio Speaker

Clio is an invisible wireless speaker with the technology to allow sound waves to disperse evenly throughout a room. Its clear acrylic glass transducer is slightly curved, thin and provides a beautiful minimalist design that is sure to satisfy the interior designer in you. While this Bluetooth speaker appears to blend into its surroundings, it provides exceptional sound quality that is sure to be noticed.

Oculus Rift’s Crystal Cove
Oculus Rift Crystal Cove

While this virtual reality technology has already been released, the latest version of Oculus VR, the Crystal Cove prototype, has two improved features – positional tracking and low persistence. The virtual reality headset used for immersive gaming, has perfected the technology by tracking the positioning of your head and responding to where you look, making it feel as if you are actually in the game. The OLED headset, combined with an external camera, offers one of the most realistic gaming experiences to date.

Skulpt Aim™
Skulpt Aim

Skulpt Aim™ is taking fitness technology to a whole new level. This device is a portable body composition and muscle quality analyzer that accurately measures the efficiency of each individual muscle. Based on this information, the device can recommend personalized workouts for your body’s specific needs. With Skulpt’s office also located in South Florida, we have high hopes for this up and coming company.