The 8 coolest robots from CES 2022 that will make your jaw drop
CES 2022 featured some of the most exciting robots ever seen, and as someone who has visited it three times already, I can tell you with certainty that what I saw this year was the best yet. Now that the show is over, let’s take a look at 8 of the coolest robots spotted at CES 2022 that will make your jaw drop with awe and wonderment.
LG Rolling Bot – LG Rolling Bot
The LG Rolling Bot looks like an ice cream cone, but it’s actually a robot. That’s right, now you can feel like a kid again and send a robot to fetch your ice cream. The robot has three different types of sensors (sonar, an in-built camera, and IR) to avoid bumping into objects.
Adorable Humanoid Robots by Winbo – Winbo Humanoid Robot
There were many amazing and memorable booths and presentations at CES 2022, but the Winbo Humanoid Robot booth was by far my favorite. The humanoid robot has expressive eyes, speaks eight languages and is equipped with 360 degree cameras to see anything happening around it. It can recognize people’s faces or listen to its name in order to do actions. If a toddler screams in front of Winbo’s face, it knows to gently move backwards because they don’t want to scare them.
Dyson 360 Eye Robot Vacuum Cleaner – Dyson 360 Eye Robot Vacuum Cleaner
This incredible piece of machinery from Dyson utilizes a 360-degree camera and advanced computer vision to map out and build a digital model of the home. The vacuum cleaner then uses this 3D model to predict where it needs to go, getting smarter as it learns about the house and where dust bunnies tend to gather. Dyson claims the robot should be able to clean up 99% of dirt, dust and hairballs within an hour or two, so we’re excited for its expected 2022 release!
Sota Robotic Butler – Sota Robotic Butler
Best in Show winner of CES 2022, the Sota Robotic Butler dazzled the crowds with its ability to open doors, detect objects, charge other devices and more. Available for pre-order at $1,099.
There are so many cool and high-tech gadgets at this year’s show that it can be difficult to keep track of all of them.
Baxter Humanoid Robot – Baxter Humanoid Robot
The Baxter Humanoid Robot is a two-armed industrial robot that was developed in Cambridge, Massachusetts by Rodney Brooks, founder of Rethink Robotics. Inspired by the friendly character Mr. Bean, this amazing humanoid can be found sorting through mail at J K Rowling’s famous Harry Potter Studios.
Segway MiniPro (now in purple!) – Segway MiniPro (now in purple!)
Taking transportation to the next level, Segway’s new model, the MiniPro, is much lighter and more compact than its competitors. But don’t let it fool you—this device is no less powerful. While the original vehicle can reach a top speed of 12 mph, this agile little machine has enough power to shoot up to 16 mph with ease. The MiniPro also has enough battery life for nine hours and has a safety setting that allows it to self-right after falling.
TP-Link M5P Solar Panel Security Camera – TP-Link M5P Solar Panel Security Camera
This product was on display at the TP-Link booth. It connects to your Wi-Fi network and enables live video streaming through an app called ‘Tuya’. Tuya is also compatible with Amazon Alexa, Nest, IFTTT, Google Assistant and other home automation systems.
LG RollBot Wheeled Luggage Suitcase with Face Recognition, Bluetooth Speaker, and Built-in Power Bank
LG introduced the RollBot Wheeled Luggage Suitcase with Face Recognition, Bluetooth Speaker, and Built-in Power Bank. It automatically follows behind you when you’re on the go so you don’t have to worry about being stuck pushing a luggage case around at airports or hotels. The RollBot can also sense when it’s reaching its limit of movement and will give verbal warnings when the battery is low. It’s now available for preorder at Best Buy starting today!