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October 30, 2020


Technology keeps advancing day in day out as time goes on. Luckily for us, 2020 hasn’t been a dull year as dope tech like the Samsung Galaxy Chromebook, the Lenovo Thinkpad X1 Fold, LG 8K 88-inch Z9 OLED TV and many others emerge.

Below is some dope tech of 2020 we gathered:


window cleaning robot

One of the boring things to do at home is cleaning your windows, that why a company called Hobot found a way to curb this problem. They develop a window cleaning machine to clean your glass windows and it works pretty well.

LG Signature RX

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LG signature RX which is supposed to be released in the third quarter of 2020 is the first rollable TV is set to hit the market for consumers. The LG Signature RX’s signboard feature is that the screen can roll up into a cabinet when you power it down. But unfortunately, it comes with a pretty heavy price tag. It cost about $60,000.

Samsung Sero

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Samsung Sero which is supposed to be released somewhere in 2020 is the latest TV from Samsung. It is a 47-inch 4K QLED TV that doesn’t seem all that impressive until it starts to rotate like a Facebook Portal. It can flip from horizontal to vertical view so that you can watch your favorite TikTok and Instagram and Snapchat videos just like you would on your phone. Isn’t it amazing?

Amazfit HomeStudio

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Amazfit HomeStudio which is supposed to be released somewhere in 2020 is a home workout tech that is supposed to give you an amazing treadmill experience. It’s mainly a treadmill that can reach 12mph. But it also packs JBL surround sound speakers, a 43-inch HD Smart Mirror, and a 3D camera that’s used to monitor your posture and improve your running style.

Valeo Voyage

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What if there was a way to essentially ride in a car as if you are a passenger in the backseat without actually being in the vehicle? Valeo’s Voyage concept is a VR experience that lets the driver talk and “see” a passenger who’s actually remote and has connected through a VR headset.

Samsung Galaxy Chromebook

Samsung showcased its new Galaxy Chromebook which is suppose to be be released in the first quarter of 2020. Its parks 13.3-inch 4K AMOLED screen, Intel 10th-gen Core-i5 processor, and 2-in-1 build that allows it to function as either a laptop or a tablet. It might be the best Chromebook you could buy in 2020.

Lenovo Thinkpad X1 Fold

Lenovo has been teasing a foldable laptop since 2017, and they finally showcased it at CES 2020. The ThinkPad X1 Fold will have multiple modes for users to choose, including the ability to completely open up to a 13.3-inch laptop. It runs Windows 10, uses Intel Core processors, and weighs about 2.2 pounds.


The Impossible Burger 2.0

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Impossible Foods unveiled its Impossible Burger 2.0. The vegan plant-based beef patty is made of soy protein instead of wheat protein, resulting in no hormones, less fat, and zero cholesterol. It also makes it gluten-free. Also, It’s delicious.