CES 2016 that officially ran from 6th - 9th January took place in Las Vegas, USA and as usual has not held back on innovative new technology for consumers to splash the cash for. Below, are our top '3 electronics to look forward to in 2016'.
Hyundai Virtual Car Owner's Manual
The days of having to flip through your hefty car manual handbook when you have a problem with your car might soon be gone thanks to Hyundai's new invention. A piece of tech they are dubbing the 'Virtual Car Owner's Manual'. Does what it says on the tin really. Instead of having a paper based manual, the owner of the vehicle would now install an app on their smartphone or tablet. From the app; pointing it at the car automatically overlays all of the information right there before your eyes. A great idea, and one that is becoming a reality very shortly with Hyundai already announcing the Hyundai Sonata 2016 models will be compatible with the 'Virtual Car Owner's Manual'.
SanDisk Connect Wireless Stick
The 'SanDisk Connect Wireless Stick' itself is nothing new. I mean, the first model came out back in 2013 now. However, what is new is the fact that at CES 2016 they announced a larger model; 200GB. 200GB is a substantial size, and at $200 (£137), it's becoming a fairly economical way to have extra storage without the need for an internet connection and cloud storage.
ONAGOfly Palm-Sized Selfie Drone
2016 might have only just begun, but one thing I think we can all be certain of is this is going to be the year of the drones. Last year, we had a lot of great new models come through and this year it's likely to become more affordable and mass market. ONAGOfly which is a self flying drone that fits into the palm of your hand is capable of landing and taking off itself and has the option to take photos and video in flight with its rather generous 15 mega-pixel camera, and video capable of 1080p HD at 30fps.