LG's InstaView door-in-door refrigerator at CES 2021. (Photo by LG)
AmericaJR’s Jason Rzucidlo covered the first-ever all digital
CES 2021. These are some of the new products that some of the big companies unveiled during their press conferences. In this gallery, you’ll see the LG PuriCare wearable air purifier mask, LG CordZero ThinQ vacuum, Mercedes-Benz MBUX Hyperscreen, Samsung BotHandy robot, Samsung MICRO LED 110″ TV, Cadillac Halo concept, Buick Velite, GM’s vertical takeoff and landing drone. Photos are courtesy of the respective companies.
LG CordZero ThinQ Vacuum (Photo by LG) LG gram laptops (Photo by LG) LG unveiled its all-new PuriCare wearable air purifier masks (Photo: LG) LG WashTower washer and dryer combo unit (Photo by LG) LG Magic Remote (Photo by LG) LG OLED TVs – G1 and C1 series (Photo by LG) LG CLOi cleaning robot (Photo by LG) Reimagined LG side-by-side refrigerators with LG InstaView Door-in-Door technology. (Photo by LG) Reimagined LG side-by-side refrigerators with LG InstaView Door-in-Door technology. (Photo by LG) Kohler debuts several new smart home innovations for the kitchen and bathroom spaces at CES 2021. (Photo by Kohler) Mercedes-Benz pays homage to Las Vegas with its skyline in the background of its digital presentation during CES 2021. (Photo: Mercedes-Benz) MBUX Hyperscreen: Offering an assistant for the driver and front passenger that is constantly learning and improving, thanks to artificial intelligence (Photo: Mercedes-Benz) The MBUX Hyperscreen was unveiled at CES 2021. (Photo: Mercedes-Benz) Samsung’s new Flex Bespoke 4-door refrigerators that allow consumers to change the colors of each door to meet their needs. (Photo: Samsung) The top left door features a new beverage center with an automatically filled water pitcher. (Photo: Samsung) Samsung’s new Jet Bot 90 AI+ will automatically clean your floor once a spill is detected. (Photo: Samsung) Samsung’s Sebastian Seung shows off the all-new Bot Handy robot. (Photo: Samsung) The all-new Samsung Bot Handy Robot was unveiled at CES 2021. (Photo: Samsung) The Fifth-Generation Waymo Driver won the CES Best of Innovation Award in the Vehicle Intelligence & Transportation category. (Graphic: Waymo) This is the Dallara-style race car that students will use to compete in the Indy Autonomous Challenge. (Photo: IAC/IMS) Event organizers say the data gained from the IAC will help automakers and suppliers advance self-driving vehicles for the general public. One of the first EVs to market will be the GMC HUMMER EV Edition 1, offering GM-estimated 1,000 horsepower and unprecedented off-road capability. It goes on sale in late 2021. (Photo: GMC) FedEx Express is slated to be the first customer of the BrightDrop EV600, and will begin receiving their vehicles later this year. (Photo by GM) Building on the growing popularity in China of the Buick VELITE family of electric vehicles, Buick is accelerating its transition to electrification, including three new Ultium-powered EVs. (Photo: Buick) GM introduced its Cadillac Halo concept vehicle and flying car known as a vertical takeoff and landing drone at CES 2021. (Photo: GM/Cadillac) Cadillac LYRIQ pairs next-generation battery technology with a bold design statement which introduces a new face, proportion and presence for the brand’s new generation of EVs. (Photo: GM/Cadillac) GM’s wireless battery management system is expected to drive the company’s Ultium-powered EVs to market faster, as time won’t be needed to develop specific communications systems or redesign complex wiring schemes for each new vehicle. (Photo by Jeffrey Sauger for General Motors)