At the massive 2019 CES convention in Las Vegas, a gathering of elite consumer brands showed off their best new tech, wowing us with products we immediately wanted to buy and put in our houses and on our bodies. Unfortunately, we can’t purchase most of these goods right now. Soon, though. These are the 10 new gadgets that we hope will make life more electronically engaging—and easier, too.
Gillette Heated Razor
Gillette’s innovation branch debuted this heated razor for an Indiegogo campaign last year, and it was wildly popular—probably because a razor that mimics the barbershop treatment without taking on more blades sounds pretty nice. In less than a second, the razor heats up to 122 degrees, warming soap and skin for an upgraded shave.
LG Signature OLED TV R9
This television isn’t tiny; it’s just rolled up. LG showed off its new, disappearing OLED TV, with a screen that can stretch to 65 inches and then roll into a compact box, at CES, setting a launch date for the second half of 2019. There’s no price yet, but you’ll get a 4K HDR Smart TV-watching experience like none before it, with Google Assistant and Alexa.
Harley-Davidson LiveWire Motorcycle
Harley-Davidson made waves last year when it previewed its all-electric motorcycle, called the LiveWire. At CES, Harley gave us a delivery date and price: August 2019, starting at $29,799. The LiveWire targets a new demographic of motorcycle riders, one that appreciates a quiet machine for urban street riding that runs clean. It isn’t manual either, meaning no clutch or gear-shifting to accelerate. This is the first in a new generation of bikes.