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CES 2024 Day 2: From brainwave tracking headphones to Google’s coming unveilings

On the second day of CES 2024, the technological extravaganza continued to unfold, captivating audiences with an impressive array of innovations from leading brands.

Here’s a closer look at the standout launches from the event:

Master & Dynamic MW75-Neuro

Standing out in the headphones category, the Master & Dynamic MW75-Neuro secured the CES Innovation Award for its groundbreaking approach. These noise-canceling headphones incorporate electroencephalogram (EEG) technology, elevating the listening experience by tracking brainwaves and stress levels, an ingenious fusion of audio technology and health monitoring.

Asus OLED Monitors

Closing the list are the Asus OLED monitors, presenting a 32-inch option with a 240Hz refresh rate at 4K resolution or 480Hz at 1080p. Another variant is the 27-inch 1440p OLED monitor, also boasting an impressive 480Hz refresh rate, setting new standards in display technology.

Kodiak Robotics’ Autonomous Truck

The spotlight also shone on Kodiak Robotics, an autonomous trucking startup that unveiled a semi-truck described by founder Don Burnette as the “linchpin” in their plans for commercial driverless operations. Noteworthy is the emphasis on redundant safety features, a critical step towards ensuring the reliability and safety of autonomous trucking, making it a standout highlight in the field.

Google’s CES 2024 Announcements

Taking center stage, Google unveiled a series of new features and upgrades, including Quick Share, Android Auto enhancements, new Chromecast features, and the introduction of Fast Pair, showcasing the company’s commitment to pushing the boundaries of technological innovation.

Sennheiser Momentum True Wireless 4


Leading the charge were the Sennheiser Momentum True Wireless 4 earbuds, heralded as the next generation of audio excellence. Boasting aptX Lossless Audio and Auracast support, these earbuds, powered by the Qualcomm S5 Sound Gen 2 platform and Snapdragon Sound Technology, promise an auditory experience that transcends expectations.

ASUS ROG Falchion RX Low Profile Keyboard

Catering to the gaming community, ASUS introduced the ROG Falchion RX Low Profile Keyboard. This full-size mechanical keyboard not only reduces click noises but also offers compatibility with both Windows and Mac, along with volume and media controls and a touch panel for added functionality, providing an enhanced gaming experience.

Asus AirVision M1

Stepping into the realm of augmented reality, Asus introduced the AirVision M1 smart glasses. These glasses, connecting seamlessly to smartphones or PCs, feature a high-definition 1080p Micro OLED display, built-in speakers, and a touchpad, pushing the boundaries of what’s possible in the AR landscape.

LG Signature OLED T

In the realm of display technology, LG’s Signature OLED T made waves with its transparent display. This unique feature allows users to watch content against an opaque background, seamlessly blending into its surroundings when turned off, adding an aesthetic touch to technological functionality.

Movano’s Evie Smart Ring

Addressing the health-conscious consumer, Movano introduced the Evie Smart Ring. Packed with sensors, this wearable device tracks menstrual health, hormones, energy levels, sleep, and activity, providing users with a comprehensive overview of their well-being. The inclusion of AI-based insights further adds a layer of personalized analysis to the tracked data.

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Yajush Gupta

Yajush Gupta

Yajush is a journalist at Dynamic Business. He previously worked with Reuters as a business correspondent and holds a postgrad degree in print journalism.

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