First Look at CES 2020 with Mario Armstrong

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The Consumer Electronics Show was recently held in Vegas and it recently gave everyone a preview of what tech trends we’ll be seeing in stores this year. Our own David Wiley got a look at some of the new must-have tech products.

Digital lifestyle expert Mario Armstrong was right in the middle of it all to give us a sneak peek at some of the exciting products headed our way including what’s new in the world of laptops.

Dell XPS 13

It has a new modern design, with a bigger screen an even smaller size frame, edge to edge keyboard, four-sided infinity display, which really makes the XPS 13 awesome for binge watching your favorite shows or getting that work done on the go.

Another area of technology that is booming is smart home tech. Mario tracked down a few trends that may be heading right into your home.

U by Moen Smart Faucet

The first smart faucet that’s voice-activated on the commercial market that can dispense amount of water as small as one tablespoon or as large as fifteen gallons at a precise temperature. You can even ask Amazon or Google assistants to start and stop water or do specific tasks or you can have personalized presets like baby bottle or coffee pot.

Sleep Number

The new Climate 360 Smart Bed has advanced temperature technology that helps you fall asleep faster. The first to offer micro climates that automatically adjust to you. with wellness reports with their Sleep IQ technology.

Smart Thermostat

Trane XL connected control a smart thermostat you can control remotely to maintain your home comfort and manage that energy use in your home. It’s compatible with most HVAC systems and allows you to manage indoor air comfort from anywhere. Through cloud technology it learns your comfort preferences so it can make adjustments to save energy while also keeping and maintaining that comfortable home environment for you.

You can learn more about all of these products in the rest of Mario’s top picks at bestofces.com.

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