CES 2015 Final Day Highlights: Gogoro Smart Scooter, Renovo $529,000 Electric Supercar and More

CES 2015 Final Day Highlights: Gogoro Smart Scooter, Renovo $529,000 Electric Supercar and More

It still seems yesterday when the grand opening keynote by Gary Shapiro, President and CEO, CEA started this global tech extravaganza at CES 2015. But four days are already gone and it’s time to say goodbye and move on for the next show coming up in 2016.

The final day was entirely dedicated towards exploring those gadgets and technologies that were still left unexplored during the past three days. We are about to summarize a number of these fresh concepts in this post but before doing so, here’s the toast Gary Shapiro raised for the entire staff of CES at the end of the day. Cheers to CES 2015! We hope 2016 will have a lot more in store. The closing party was held at TAO Las Vegas.

Final Roundup of Gadgets We Missed the Past Three Days

The GOLD Mogul Mirror tempered glass screen protector is not just going to safeguard your phones from scratches but also work as a gold tinted HD-quality mirror when the screen goes off or dark. A perfect device for those impromptu mirror requirements you face in life. 

The GOLD Mogul Mirror tempered glass screen protector

Make shaving three times easier by reducing razor burn with the SmartRazor, the world’s first razor with heated blades.

We reviewed them earlier this year and now the StoreDot super-fast phone battery charger is much closer to becoming a reality.

StoreDot super-fast phone battery charger

Swap batteries and forget charging. The Gogoro Smart Scooter is about to revolutionize the entire world of bike transportation.

Thanks to Zuta Labs, printers are now a device you can carry in your pockets. Farewell bulky printers!

Analyze your running style and have a hold on your fitness quotient with Sensoria Sock Fitness Tracker. Bringing clothing in the world of wearable tech.

Zazzi Smart Jewelry will keep you notified when you and your phone are separated.

Zazzi Smart Jewelry

CES 2015 had tons of wearables in showcase which has resulted in the prediction that the sales of wearables will reach above $400M at the end of 2015. Here’s a detailed review of the most intriguing wearables that have been on the show this year:

HTC Re-Camera made quite big rounds in the show with the wide-angle shots and it’s capability to work under water.

Tired of playstations and age-old gaming technologies? Try this interactive gaming table to keep up the addictive spirit while playing Candy Crush Saga.

You may not possibly imagine an electric car to cost that much money but the Renovo electric supercar is worth $529,000 because of good reasons. Here’s the interview from The Verge:

Incase that leaves you eager to check all the best launches in the automotive section of CES 2015, find them all here:

That brings us to the end of CES 2015 summary with the eagerness to explore a lot more in the coming year. Hope you had a great time reading all these new technologies stepping in to revolutionize our lives altogether. Stay tuned on the blog for in-depth reviews on some of these super cool innovations in the coming days. Happy Gadgeting!

Meet Madhurima Nag

Madhurima Nag is the Head of Social Media at Gadget Flow. She side-hustles as a digital marketing lecturer/speaker and loves to voice her opinion on marketing, crowdfunding and gadgets (of course!) in general.
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