CES 2017: Top 10 Sharpest Designs
A lot of people attend the CES at Las Vegas every year for many reasons. Some want to see what's the latest scoop on the newest technology. Others want to go because they desire to be surrounded by more technology and its potential over the year than with other people. Still, there are those few that go to the CES just for the sheer fact of the aesthetic of the technology presented. Design is something that not everyone really understands. It includes alot of factors that don't necessarily appeal to just the functionality of the piece of technology but also how it looks, how it feels, how sensible it really is in the world of design. Today, we get to look some of the sharpest designs displayed at this year's CES 2017.
Wired suggests that their top 10 focuses on design more than anything, as if the purpose of their list. For them, compelling designs is what keeps them attuned to the happenings of the technology show. Though it's stated that finding gadgets and technology with such an alluring design can be very hard for CES 2017, they were able to muster their top pics for the show this year. Ranking from 1-10, these are their top 10 picks for sharpest design: the Sevenhugs Smart Remote, the Neonode AirBar, Lenovo's Smart Home Assistant, the Roli Blocks LightPad, LG's OLED W7 Television, Lego Boost, Tanvas, the Netatmo Healthy Home Coach, the Kuri Robot, and Sony's LSPx-s1. While the technology is functional and practical, the design of the technology truly captures the attention of this list.
While Wired has made it specific that it's decided to focus on its design, there are some other top 10 lists that will have many similarities, differences and even additions to the pursuit of design. BGR.com has a list that, while the design shows its apparence, the innovation of the picks stands out as well. In their list they include cars, new tablets, VR headsets, smart flasses, and even water beds. Though they play on the more innovative side, their design and aesthetic is not something to ignore.