Samsung introduces latest innovations at Consumer Electronics Show 2021

Joanna Estrada
January 14, 2021

The company also introduced the upgraded version of its Samsung Bot Care, a robotic assistant that was unveiled at CES 2019.

The bot is meant to be "an extension of you in the kitchen, living room, and anywhere else you might need an extra hand in your home", Sebastian Seung, president of Samsung Research, said at the press conference. from Samsung at CES today.

The Smart Trainer component can count reps, estimate calories burned, and give feedback on your posture for a more personalized training experience. "We're hard at work to bring you next-generation innovation, with AI as the core enabler, for your better tomorrow".

The new four-door model will be available across North America this spring. The product features interchangeable panels in different colors and materials, along with an auto-refilling water dispenser.

110-inch MICRO LED: This new screen features self-lit inorganic LED with a slim and almost bezel-less Infinity Screen design that seamlessly blends into the living space. With a flip-up display attached to its head, the bot can stream video calls for you as well. Here's hoping Bot Care and Bot Handy are not only available soon but also fairly affordable. As per the company, the Samsung 110-inch MICRO LED will be released globally this spring.

The Samsung Health app features the new Smart Trainer4 that allows your TV to transform into a personal trainer for home workout sessions.

Bixby-enabled voice control and video training are created to make this experience intuitive and hands-free during workouts.

JetBot 90 AI+: Coming to the U.S. 1H 2021, this new vacuum cleaner uses object recognition technology to identify and classify objects to decide the best cleaning path. LiDAR and 3D sensors allow JetBot 90 AI+ to avoid cables and small objects, while still cleaning hard-to-reach corners in your home. It comes integrated with LiDAR and 3D sensors which allow the cleaner to avoid cables and small objects, while still cleaning hard-to-reach corners in your home.

The JetBot 90 AI+ can also be used as a home monitoring device using the device's SmartThings integration and camera.

The new Samsung Botâ„¢ Handy, which is now in development, uses advanced AI technology to identify and pick up objects; after scanning and analyzing any object in its path, the robot will be able to use the appropriate amount of force to grab and move objects based on their material composition.

It is joined by the Bot Care, a robotic assistant which also uses AI to learn a person's schedule and habits, and the Bot Handy, which includes a robotic arm and is able to analyse objects and pick them up with the correct force to help with household chores.

Other reports by Click Lancashire

Discuss This Article