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The world’s biggest tech fair took place in Las Vegas earlier this year, presenting all the innovations that’ll soon be hittiing markets around the globe. Here are some of the most tantalizing novelties likely to enter our lives in the coming months. Permission to get excited \ By Guy Shahar CES 2023: tech fair highlights

The dual-screen laptop Tech fairs these past years have all presented laptops with foldable screens that instantly turn into big screen displays when needed. Steeply priced, foldables haven’t yet reached mainstream status or convinced the skeptics among you, but this year Lenovo has struck again, presenting its first dual-screen foldable laptop, the Yoga Book 9i. With its dual 13-inch touchscreens, Bluetooth keyboard, and Active Pen, it allows a head spinning level of versatility. The Yoga Book 9i has been developed as a more affordable version of this cutting-edge technology and is due to hit stores worldwide in the coming months.

The iBrow printer Not only has cosmetics giant L’Oréal come up with a motorized lipstick applicator for people with limited mobility, it has also developed a device that can print eyebrows on anyone’s face, via an accompanying iPhone app. Brow Magic makes it possible to obtain perfect brows almost instantly. All you need is a selfie to allow the app

The color-changing car More and more car manufacturers have been presenting their innovations at the CES fair these past years. This year, BMW presented its new electric sports sedan, the i-Vision Dee. With its 240 panel segments and 32 exterior colors, the Dee is able to change colors in real-time, according to the weather or your mood.

to pair your face with the brows most suited to it, and the device prints out your new brows then and there – magic! (or at least according to the demo video).

People are getting excited about this

novelty technology, but it will likely not be available

for purchase before 2025.


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