The virtual 2021 Consumer Electronics Show is officially over. Some fantastic gear was shown over the last few days, giving us a glimpse of what’s coming in the near, and far future when it comes to tech. Here are some of the highlights we’re taking notes on:

  • Rollable Phone Screens – Mobile device companies are never going to stop trying to one-up each other, and we, as consumers, get to reap the benefits. Among the cooler innovations is the rollable phone screens from LG and TCL, where a 6.7-inch screen rolls out to a 7.8-inch screen with just the touch of a button.
  • Television Wars – The centerpiece of the CES is television tech. LG & Samsung led the way with 8K, 77-inch and 88-inch displays, and even a Samsung 110-inch mini-LED TV that’s estimated to cost $150K. There are also transparent screens happening (that can be used as safety partitions or a TV)
  • Robots – Robots are the future, and we’ve seen them help with home security, house cleaning, and keep you on schedule.
  • Game Night – The Infinity Game Table looks awesome. It digitizes your favorite board games, so connected players don’t have to be in the same room.
  • Flying Cars – GM surprised everyone with their eVTOL air taxi flying car concept.
  • Dual-Screen Laptops – Asus seems to think dual-screen is the future of laptop computing. Their Zephyrus Duo 15 SE has a 15.6-inch display and a secondary 14.1-inch touchscreen just above the keyboard.
  • Gaming Chairs – For those who want to do their gaming in style, Razer previewed their Project Brooklyn gaming chair. It comes complete with a transparent 180-degree OLED screen to along with carbon-fiber and leather seating.
  • High Tech Masks – Razer also wants to bring tech to the COVID era, with their Project Hazel N95 mask. It has “audio processing pods” that help un-muffle the voice of the wearer, and active ventilation and sterilization features.