The Best Of CES 2017 To Charge Up Your Lifestyle

Every year, thousands of technology experts and enthusiasts from across the globe flock to Las Vegas to take in the massive Consumer Electronics Show. This year, Vitalize Magazine scoured the show, taking in 4,000 exhibitors to bring you our top 10 most innovative lifestyle tech products hitting the market.

Lemon

LEMON is the world’s first solar powered waterproof speaker that combines 3D sound quality with voice-
activated technology. LEMON is equipped with NASA-grade solar power technology and comes with a menu command panel on one end, a USB port, micro USB connector, and AUX input on the opposite panel. The device itself includes three speakers and offers superb sound. US$249, lemoncalifornia.com

Willow: Wearable Smart Breast Pump

Willow is the only wearable and portable breast pump on the market that fits perfectly inside a woman’s bra, moving with her and going wherever she goes. The FDA-approved device collects milk in an internal bag and lets the user track milk volume through its smartphone app. All parts are dishwasher-friendly, and the smart technology automatically senses milk “let-down” and transitions to expression phase based on a woman’s own milk production and timing. US$429, willowpump.com

Roku TV

Easy to set up and even easier to use, Roku TV gives you 2,500+ streaming channels and 100,000+ movies and TV episodes, plus a simple interface to easily access broadcast TV from your cable or antenna, movies from your Blu-ray player and games from your gaming console. Available in a range of sizes and in HD or 4K resolution, there’s a Roku TV to fit in any space in your home. From $199.99 to $699.99, roku.com

Roku Ultra

Roku’s ultimate streaming player offers stunning 4K and HDR picture quality, a powerful processor, a lost remote finder and comes fully loaded with other advanced features. With over 2,500 streaming channels and over 100,000 movies and TV episodes to choose from, there’s something for everyone. Control it all with the included remote control or the Roku app on your smartphone or tablet. $139.99, roku.com

Linksys Velop Whole Home Mesh Wi-Fi System

Winner of the coveted CES 2017 Last Gadget Standing Award, Linksys Velop offers tri-band Wi-Fi with simple set-up and delivers strong, consistent wireless-AC performance right to the edge of your home and your backyard, too. The modular mesh design is flexible and works in homes of all shapes and sizes. Comes with an unprecedented three-year warranty and 24/7 customer care and a stylish design—this is a Wi-Fi system you’ll want to display, not hide away in a closet. From $249.99, linksys.com

LG W7 Wallpaper OLED TV

Named the Best of Innovation Awards Honoree at CES 2017, the LG W7 OLED TV represents the future of flat screen TVs. Available in 65” and 77,” this TV is as thin as a credit card and delivers unbelievable colour and contrast, as well as active HDR and 4K resolution. US$8,000 (65”) and US$10,000 (77”), lg.com

Belkin PowerHouse Charge Dock for Apple Watch + iPhone

This CES 2017 Best of Innovation Awards Honoree lets you simultaneously charge and display your Apple Watch and iPhone in a single compact and elegant package. The dock has a built-in magnetic charging module to instantly align and charge your Apple Watch, and an adjustable lightning connector that can be raised or lowered to charge your iPhone from within almost any case. $129.99, belkin.com

TP Link AC2600 Wi-Fi Range Extender

TP Link’s new technology is a powerful quad-antenna that delivers highly targeted Wi-Fi connections to improve throughput and signal quality across your home, while extending your router’s coverage by 14,000 square feet. Its smart processing engine balances the demands of your devices, keeping their connections fast and uninterrupted, sending Wi-Fi traffic to dedicated processors while the powerful dual-core CPU handles the rest. US$99, tp-link.com

Google Daydream VR Goggles

Daydream VR goggles will take you on all sorts of cool and out-of-this-world-adventures. Lightweight and easy to wear, Daydream comes with a controller that makes it easy to interact with the virtual world. With your new magic wand, you can swing a bat, steer a fighter plane, shoot a gun, or cast a spell in medieval world. US$98, vr.google.com

Toyota Concept-I Car

The automobile of the future is here. Introducing the beautifully designed, self-driving Concept-I Car, loaded with cutting-edge, automated technology. The car communicates with other vehicles around you and gets to know who you are too, through its biometric sensor technology features. Once you hop in, the vehicle will actually know what kind of mood you’re in—happy or sad—and will make recommendations on how to best get to your next destination. This innovative vehicle drives on its own or you can drive it yourself. Set to launch in 2030. Price TBD. toyota.com

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Paul Fitzgerald is a journalist based in Toronto. He is a writer and blogger for HOSS Magazine and Vitalize Magazine, and is a columnist with the Toronto Sun (“Home, Smart, Home” – New Homes and Condos Section). He is also a science and technology columnist with InventorSpot.com and blogs for CNN International Report. His work […]

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