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Here, you can find out everything about the latest unusual devices. Some of them might be extremely useful and come in handy in everyday life, while some are simply just for fun.
Boston Dynamics has announced a new robot called Stretch, which is designed to move goods in warehouses. The robot can move up to 800 boxes weighing up to 23 kg each in an hour, and can also work up to eight hours without recharging.
The wristband uses a technology called electromyography to read nerve impulses from the brain. Thus, the wristband understands what the user wants to do and reproduces one’s actions in virtual reality.
According to Kuo's forecast, a new “helmet-type” headset with augmented (AR) and virtual (VR) reality capabilities will be released next year. It will weigh about 100-200 grams, feature Sony's OLED micro-displays, and work independently of the iPhone.
Microsoft officials said the Xbox Wireless Headset not only reproduces game sounds realistically and accurately, but also delivers high-quality audio for conversations.
Xiaomi claims that its new Mi Air Charge Technology can be used to wirelessly charge multiple devices at the same time within a radius of several meters.
According to scientists from Mount Sinai, smartwatches from Apple, Garmin, or Fitbit can predict whether a person has COVID-19 before testing positive.