15 Tech Gadgets and Products That Will Be Blockbusters in 2019
Leading world developers do not give consumers enough time to master existing gadgets and services, announcing new ones.
And 2019 won’t be an exception. Tech companies have already announced several interesting gadgets and tech products, which will be presented in 2019. Among them are 5G, streaming video games, electric transport and “terribly” realistic video games.
Flexible smartphone Samsung Galaxy Flex.
Samsung’s previously announced flexible smartphone will go on sale in 2019. The gadget will be called Galaxy F and will have two main screens. The screen on the outside will work like a normal smartphone, but by opening it, the user will receive the screen like a small tablet.
Google Project Stream.
Google has been working in streaming games for years. In 2017, the company launched a pilot Project Stream. A limited number of players embarked on a journey through Greece in Assassin’s Creed Odyssey for free.
Streaming data means that a player does not need to buy expensive computer equipment to play the latest video games at maximum settings.
A full launch of the service is scheduled for 2019.
Brydge iPad Pro Keyboards.
In 2019 a new line of keyboards for the new iPad Pro will be produced. It allows users to work with their favorite tablets as if they were laptops.
Keyboards will cost from $139.99 to $149.99. It will be possible to adjust the angle of inclination of iPad Pro, like a laptop screen. Previous versions allow only two changing positions.
Drone DJI Inspire 3
2019 will be also an interesting year for drone production. DJI Inspire 3 is one of the most expected. It will be a premium drone which not all people can afford, but those who can afford will enjoy the extreme performance as well as the high-quality camera.
Microsoft HoloLens is mixed reality glasses that allow you to interact with the “holograms” projected into the field of view.
The second version of Microsoft HoloLens should be released in the second quarter of 2019. It will be lighter and smaller than the original model.
Also, the new headset will be much cheaper: 3,000 dollars. HoloLens-2 will receive a separate processor, designed for built-in artificial intelligence.
Electric Porsche Taycan.
Taycan was designed from scratch as an electric vehicle, and not as an adaptation of an existing platform. Production of the car will begin no earlier than mid-2019, and deliveries will begin at least one year later.
Capacity ranges from 402 l/s to 600 l/s with an 800-volt recharging system and allows to get 400 km of run in 20 minutes of charging. A full charge is enough for 480 km.
Smartphones with a diamond screen.
American Akhan Semiconductor, specializing in diamond semiconductors, is developing technology that will make displays of smartphones six times stronger and ten times more stable than all current analogs.
The company, together with its partners, is testing the technology to make sure that it is working properly and to ensure correct operation with touch screens.
Video Game The Last Of Us Part II.
The game of the genre “survival horrors” The Last Of Us was released in 2013 and immediately received extremely enthusiastic reviews.
Judging by the trailer, the second part of the game will not disappoint fans. Five years after the release of the first part, users will play for the 19-year-old Ellie, who in the first part was only 14 years old.
OLED touchscreen for a keyboard replacement.
Apple has already released a MacBook Pro with an OLED touchpad. Similarly, Asus has released a touchscreen OLED touchscreen Zenbook. Lenovo also has a laptop with a touchscreen that can be used as a keyboard or as a device. In 2019, more extensive development of this direction is planned.
There is one more issue about OLED technology. In 2019 OLED monitors for PC will be released. For example, ASUS has already announced the production of ASUS Proart PQ22UC monitors with this technology.
In 2019, the 5G era begins. The data transfer speed in such wireless networks is promised at the level of 1-2 Gbit/s, which is 10-20 times faster than the wired Internet. Experts believe that by 2024, 20% of mobile traffic will go through devices that support 5G.
The leading smartphones’ producers are planning to order from Qualcomm, the US company for the development of wireless communication, modems that support the fifth generation of mobile communications.
The first electric motorcycle Harley-Davidson LiveWire.
The serial launch is planned in 2019. The developers note that the motorcycle will accelerate to 100 km/h in four seconds and will be able to drive about 80 km on a single battery charge.
By the end of 2019, users will be able to buy a laptop, which will have a built-in 5G modem. Modems for such laptops are developed by Intel. They will support 2G, 3G, and 4G.
Android 9 operating system – Android Pie.
The ninth version of the operating system was introduced in 2018. But many devices will receive updates in 2019.
The system completely cuts off access to the microphone, cameras, and sensors for applications that are currently inactive.
When a message comes with a picture, it will be reflected the content. It will also be possible to quickly respond to messages through Google Allo. In addition, there will be smart tips that are now working through the Google Reply program.
Smart home technology from IKEA.
Cooperating with Sonos California audio company in 2016, IKEA began developing a new line of speakers and audio accessories that “save space, eliminate cords and interference, and provide sound and music in a more beautiful way.”
After the publication of their first prototype dynamics in June 2018, IKEA expects their common projects – the SYMFONISK line to be available in the late summer of 2019.
Headphones Apple Over The Ear Headp.
New headphones Apple Over The Ear Headp is one of the coolest new technologies in 2019. By offering another on-AirPods option to Beats Studio 3’s headsets, which have been already offered by Apple, the New Patent assumes that new wireless banks will totally differ from every existing model.
The system will determine whether the headphones are worn correctly, due to a special beam technology. This will not only eliminate the often annoying need to check the correctness of putting on the headphones but also provide better isolation the voice when making calls in noisy environments.
And what of these products are you waiting for the most?