The Coolest New Tech In 2019

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Vote up the coolest and most interesting products and technologies you're excited to see hit the market in 2019.

If there's one industry that's constantly changing and evolving, it's the tech industry. With billions upon billions of dollars pumped into tech every year, it's no surprise each passing year sees advancements in the ways we communicate, play, organize, travel, exercise, and live, which is why 2019 is shaping up to add some cool new tech into our lives.

The best new tech products for 2019 are being announced all the time, with some new technology releases kept under lock and key until the very last moment. Fortunately, there have been some announcements made regarding the coolest gadgets releasing in 2019 and they have all been compiled here for your review. Will you be the first on your block to upgrade to the newest toys in wireless communications, or be left in the dust wondering how you missed out on all of these amazing innovations? 

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    201 VOTES

    LG's New TV Rolls Away When Not In Use

    LG's New TV Rolls Away When Not In Use
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    The 4K HDR Smart TV from LG was back at CES 2019, improved from its debut in 2018 and ready for the market. Calling the television - which is only available in 65" - "a piece of stand-alone art, draped in a harmonious blend of pure metal and high-end wool," LG re-imagines the television's place as center of the room. With a screen that rolls away like a poster, the TV looks like a minimalist piece of furniture when not in use.

    The innovation doesn't stop there. The television can also be put into "line view," exposing only a quarter of the screen and showing a special home page with customizable modules like weather, photos, or ambient designs. With a Dolby Atmos sound system that can be used while the screen is rolled away, LG's TV seems to want to earn its place as the center of a room.

    201 votes
  • 2
    174 VOTES

    This Interactive Projection Module Makes Everything A Touchscreen

    Smaller than a credit card, the BML100PI module from Bosch uses a laser to create a "focus-free image on any surface and then scans it line-by-line to detect any gestures or finger movements." In short? It makes any surface a touch screen.

    When it debuted at CES 2019 in January, Bosch's projector was shown as a way to make a smart closet that could assist you in dressing for the day - seeing what clothes were available, what the weather was, and even what clothes went together. The module isn't meant for direct consumer purchase, but to be integrated into consumer products. With applications that range from "smart shelves" to providing a secondary virtual touch screen for industrial applications, the possibilities seem endless.

    174 votes
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    129 VOTES

    The First Ever Quantum Computer


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    Though it's not a gadget or a product so much as a possibility, the sleek IBM Q System One offers a fresh future of computing. Described by IBM as "the world’s first fully integrated universal quantum computing system designed for scientific and commercial use." Using quantum bits, or qubits, quantum computing allows for speed and computing processes that would vastly outperform current machines.

    As it's more of a working computing concept than something you can order on Amazon, the price of the computer isn't available at this time. Customers can, however, perform quantum calculations over the internet with the computer.

    129 votes
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    114 VOTES

    Who Needs Two Monitors When You Have T CRG9

    Who Needs Two Monitors When You Have T CRG9
    Photo: Samsung

    Sure, widescreen and curved monitors are nothing new, but the latest gaming monitor from Samsung offers 49-inches of curved, 3840 × 2160 full 4K resolution diplay that they say is an industry first when paired with its 2,500:1 contrast ratio. Ultra thin bezels and a fabric-covered back finish off this professional looking and powerfully capable monitor.

    The combination of resolution and size gives you the equivelant of two 27-inch displays in one engrossing view.

    114 votes
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    168 VOTES

    Samsung's Foldable Phone Opens Up A New World Of Possibilities

    Samsung's Foldable Phone Opens Up A New World Of Possibilities
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    Samsung finally teased the release of their forthcoming "foldable phone" technology at their developer conference in November and tech industry insiders are buzzing about the possibilities... and the cost. The phone will potentially be called the "Galaxy F" and will feature two primary screens. One screen on the outside of the device will function like a normal smartphone, but open it up and you will have access to a tablet screen twice the size.

    The phone is expected to debut in March of 2019 and will feature a projected price point of $1,770, though this number has yet to be confirmed. It will also feature 5G support and a number of other features yet to be confirmed by the company. Foldable screens have been in development for years, but this will be the first consumer device to reach the market. Will it be the next iPhone or just another gimmick? Only time will tell...

    168 votes
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    108 VOTES

    More Than A Smart Fridge - The Family Hub Is A Digital Assistant

    More Than A Smart Fridge - The Family Hub Is A Digital Assistant
    Photo: Samsung

    Everybody always seems together in the kitchen and Samsung must have had that in mind when they built the Family Hub Refridgerator. Designed to take the place of Amazon or Google's digital assistants, the latest generation the fridge uses Bixby, an assistant with AI capabilities. Programmed to recognize individual family members, Bixby can deliver a Morning Brief tailored to each person's needs, manage other SmartThings devices, and be a personalized family message board and scheduling center.

    Of course, the Family Hub is also a fridge and is designed to provide healthier food management through meal planning, food inventory, and shopping lists.

    108 votes