CES 2022: An Aladdin’s cave of smart products to change how we live

Glasses, cleaners and invisible devices compete with electric cars that can change colour

The  Ameca humanoid robot by British company Engineered Arts. Photograph: Ethan Miller/Getty Images

The Ameca humanoid robot by British company Engineered Arts. Photograph: Ethan Miller/Getty Images

The annual CES show was back with a bang this year. It may have had to close its doors a day early and deal with numerous cancellations thanks to the surge in Covid-19 cases, but CES still managed to create a buzz in Las Vegas and further afield.

In among the usual crop of giant TVs and next-generation earbuds there were self-heating lunchboxes from Steambox and non-invasive pelvic floor toners from Elidah. Robots littered the show floor, and smart home gadgets stepped up their game.

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