Technology is advancing at an exponential rate and it has resulted in the creation of a wide variety of latest electronic gadgets. Just a few years back, we were delighted with 2G phones and now we have moved to 4G. Earlier, most gadgets had memory in Megabytes, but now even Gigabytes are not enough. Similarly, there have been numerous other advancements in recent years. Looking at the current state of research and development, we can expect several new gadgets to be readily available in 2020. Here are some of them, which you could probably be using next year.
Wireless home gadgets:Most existing gadgets are battery powered and require frequent recharging. However, scientists have developed a new technology that allows electronic devices to function using various types of signals such as radio signals, TV signals, mobile phone signals and Wi-Fi signals. This technology is in the last phase of testing and commercial rollout can happen as early as 2020. So, be ready for a range of battery-free gadgets such as smoke alarms, temperature sensors, security cameras, etc.
Offline digital assistants: Current generation of virtual assistants such as Siri, Google Assistant, Cortana, etc. rely on internet connectivity to help you with your questions and tasks. This limits their scope of usability. Digital assistants of the future will be a lot better, as they will have the capability to work even without internet. This technology utilizes AI and machine learning to provide the required assistance to users even when there is no internet connectivity. We could see some gadgets based on this technology launched in 2020.
Virtual reality headsets: These are already available, but next-gen virtual reality headsets will provide a better experience, as they will be powered by faster 5G network. The combination of virtual reality and high-speed 5G connectivity can make the impossible possible. Some examples include remote surgery, immersive 3D experiences, advanced forms of simulation, etc.
Health implants: These advanced gadgets will be embedded inside your body and can track your health in real-time. These can also provide early warning signs of various health issues such as cancer, tumor, heart attack, diabetes, etc.
New gadgets don’t come cheap, so be ready to shell out a premium if you want to try these devices. For example, foldable phones made their debut in 2019 and these devices are quite pricey. Similarly, latest electronic gadgets that will be launched in 2020 are likely to come with a high price tag. If you can afford it, you should definitely try these latest gadgets.