We here at Garmany are always showing you the latest men’s and women’s fashion trends, so shouldn’t we share that wealth of information on tech trends, too? The annual Consumer Electronics Show (CES) is currently underway in Las Vegas, where all the major tech brands like Google, Samsung and LG debut their newest, most innovative gadgets. And while the latest iteration of televisions, phones and tablets are pretty cool, these three products in particular are about to change the tech game:
Y-Brush toothbrush: French company FasTeesH has created an electronic toothbrush that cleans every tooth in your mouth in just 10 seconds. How? Just apply toothpaste to the mouthguard-looking tray, insert it into your mouth, turn the brush on, and let it work its magic. The Y-Brush retails for about $100, and is expected to hit stores and online retailers in April.
Bread-Bot: This fully automated bread-making machine that mixes, kneads, proofs, bakes and sells bread comes from Wilkinson Baking Company in Washington. Resembling a vending machine, consumers can watch the bread bake from start to finish and then use a touchscreen to choose which loaf they want. The Bread-Bot is for retailers and grocers and not the home baker (at least not yet), and it’s expected to be leased to stores and restaurants for about $100K over five years.
Foldimate: This laundry-folding machine puts even Marie Kondo to shame. The Foldimate resembles a high-tech printer or mini fridge and claims to fold 25 articles of clothing in 5 minutes. Its creators hope to have this innovative machine mass-produced and on the market for roughly $1K a piece by the end of 2019. Don’t you agree you need a Foldimate to help fold your Peter Millar shirts and Kiton pants? Sold!