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Lenovo Think Pad x1 Fold

Photo: Sam Rutherford (Gizmodo)

All first-gen products are a bit awkward, and that goes double for anything featuring a flexible display. Even so, Lenovo’s ThinkPad X1 Fold seems really promising. You can use it in landscape mode with its detachable keyboard like a portable all-in-one, or rotate it 90 degrees, bend it in half, and voila, you have a thick, but still very portable clamshell. And unlike Samsung’s Galaxy Fold, the X1 Fold doesn’t have a crease, with Lenovo even using the gap between its screen as a place to stash its keyboard while traveling. And because the X1 Fold is part of the ThinkPad family, it had to pass the same battery of mil-spec test regular Thinkpads get subjected too, so it shouldn’t be a delicate flower like the Galaxy Fold. But perhaps best of all, is that—unlike Dell’s foldable Concept Duet—Lenovo is going to start selling this thing this spring. Like it or not, the ThinkPad X1 Fold is the start of a new era for laptops. – Sam Rutherford.

Suunto 7

Wear OS has gotten the short end of the stick when it comes to smartwatch operating systems. That’s why it’s notable that Suunto, which is known for its in-depth performance metrics and GPS maps, has picked it for its platform. The Suunto 7 is the company’s first true smartwatch, and even though it’s a big boy, it’s not hideous and is incredibly light on the wrist. When you consider it comes with offline, downloadable maps, NFC payments, Google Assistant, over 80 sports profiles, and around two days of battery life (pretty good for a Wear OS watch), it’s definitely one of the more exciting wearables at the show. — Victoria Song

QUIBI

I still have no idea who will actually subscribe to Quibi, the new phone-only streaming service from the guy who brought you Dreamworks. But there are a lot of talented people making content for Quibi, and it’s the rare streaming service that’s still studio agnostic—with content planned from Disney even! But what’s really cool is the way it serves up two different films with the same soundtrack. You decide the experience you get all by the orientation of your phone. — Alex Cranz

TCL 6-Series of 2020

The cheap 4K TV keeps getting better. Not only is the 2020 TCL 6-Series outfitted with future-forward ports like HDMI eARC. It’s also getting new backlighting with mini LED technology. This means that, whereas last year’s model had 100 local dimming zones, the new model will potentially have thousands, which should greatly improve contrast and viewing angles. In other words, this upgrade could bring the picture quality closer to that of an OLED TV for a fraction of the price. — Adam Clark Estes

L’Oreal Perso

L’Oreal has consistently brought interesting skincare tech to CES year after year, and the Perso is no exception. It’s an attractive device that manages to blend together AI, augmented reality, and environmental data to create a personalized skincare regimen. The hardware is also impressive, featuring special motors that work with NFC-enabled cartridges to dispense the precise amount of product. Perso can also be used to create custom lipstick colors and foundation. The design is also thoughtful in that the top detaches, so whatever you create can be carried along with you for the rest of the day. While Perso won’t launch until next year, it could easily be a device that not only reduces trial-and-error but could also save money and declutter your bathroom. — Victoria Song

Samsung galaxy ChromeBook

Photo: Sam Rutherford 

Chromebooks are pretty simple devices, there’s no need for a ton of gimmicks or shouty features. So on Samsung’s first-ever Galaxy-branded Chromebook, Samsung didn’t mess with the formula and instead just made sure that every single spec and component was really high quality. Sure, starting at $1,000, it’s kind of expensive, but when you consider that the Galaxy Chromebook has a 4K AMOLED screen with HDR certification, stylus support, an Intel i5 CPU, and up to a 1TB SSD, the Galaxy Chromebook still manages to feel like a deal. And with a super-thin aluminum chassis and a beautiful red paint job (the gray one is fine too), the Galaxy Chromebooks are some of the prettiest laptops we’ve seen in years. — Sam Rutherford

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