Digital Trends Names BrainCo Dexus Prosthetic Arm Top Tech of CES 2020
PORTLAND, Ore., Jan. 08, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Digital Trends, the premiere Millennial-focused tech publisher, announced today its picks for the Top Tech of CES 2020.
Coming in first as the overall winner is the Dexus Prosthetic Arm, the latest product from BrainCo.
“”We’ve always felt that tech is for everyone, and accessibility is a prerequisite to equality. When we saw BrainCo’s mind-blowing demonstration of the Dexus, it was clear we’d found something that will not only revolutionize technology, but will remove barriers to create a more equitable world,” explains Jeremy Kaplan, Editor-in-Chief at Digital Trends.
CES, the Consumer Electronics Show, is the nation’s biggest annual tech event, kicking off each new year by showcasing the best and most exciting upcoming innovations and gadgets before they hit markets.
The selection of the Dexus Prosthetic Arm as the Top Tech Winner marks a growing trend in technology. Digital Trends CEO Ian Bell calls it the “Tech for Change” movement. “The world is looking to technology more and more to offer solutions to humanitarian, environmental, and social problems,” says Bell. “BrainCo’s work directly addresses accessibility by removing barriers for people using prosthetics, and their unparallelled reach into future tech makes it incredibly cool. Products like this give us hope for things moving in the right direction.”
In addition to the awards, Digital Trends features extensive coverage of the show through breaking news, product roundups, a daily livestream, and up to the minute updates on social media.
Digital Trends’ editorial staff selected winners for the following categories: audio, automotive, AR/VR, computing, emerging tech, home appliance, mobile, photography, rideables, smart home, video, wearables, health & wellness, tech for change, and winner overall.
Here are the winners by category:
- Audio: Vizio Elevate Dolby Atmos soundbar
- Automotive: Damon Hypersport
- AR/VR: Pimax 8K X VR headset
- Computing: Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Fold
- Emerging Tech: Sarcos Guardian XO Exoskeleton
- Home Appliance: Juno Cooler
- Mobile: Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite and Note 10 Lite
- Photography: Insta 360 One R
- Rideable: Manta5 Hydrofoiler XE-1
- Smart Home: Lockly Vision Smart Lock
- Health & Wellness: Aktiia cuffless blood pressure monitor
- Video: TCL Vidrian
- Wearable: Diesel On Fadelite
- Tech For Change: Impossible Foods
For detailed reviews of each product, please see https://www.digitaltrends.com/ces-2020/
CES is a consumer electronics expo produced and operated by the Consumer Technology Association. It gathers thought leaders, developers, digital pioneers, and tech enthusiasts to showcase the best up and coming market-ready and beta stage technologies. CES is the platform many companies use to introduce their newest products to the public. The first CES (then called the Consumer Electronics Show) was in 1967 in New York City. Since 2005, it’s taken place annually in Las Vegas, Nevada. For more details on this year’s event, please see https://www.ces.tech.
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