Jan 20, 2015

Appropriately titled ‘The Internet of Things’, this year’s CES event hosted over 3,600 vendors, all there to show off how their unique products and technology developments. Amongst them, we’ve compiled a list of the must-see innovations that are driving the future of enterprise and will completely reshape the way we can expect to do business.

On The Go

Nowadays, we’re seeing more and more folks working while on the go and using stationary desktops
in revolutionary ways. The old dynamics of work have changed! Here are some of the standout laptops, desktops and accessories that were present at CES:

Lenovo B50 Touch

We’ve been acquainted with touch screens, but Lenovo’s new laptop has taken it a step further by impressively featuring a 3D camera and gesture control settings. The futuristic laptop is said to make a great video editing workstation and it has practical applications for those in unorthodox work settings, like artists, or contractors, for example.


Keeping your laptop charged has never been more important, and with the creation of Zolt, it’s also never been easier! The Zolt charger is four times smaller than the average laptop charger, and it is capable of charging up to three devices at a time.

Dell XPS 13

The portability factor of laptops and the convenience of those who carry them everywhere has not gone unnoticed by Dell. The company unveiled the world’s smallest 13” laptop, which boasts 15 hours of battery life and an innovative borderless infinity display.


Wearables have taken tech by storm within recent years, with everyone from Apple to Garmin clamoring to join in on the action. Despite its popularity however, there has been some dissent regarding just how necessary they are. So far, it’s been argued that the current lineup of smartwatches have been little more than glorified pedometers. Even so, the demand and trend is undeniable, and it’s been pushing technology innovators to push hard for a wearable that is useful, as well as comfortable and even fashionable. The implications of achieving such a feat could be tremendous, strengthening our connectivity, thus improving our productivity! We may not be quite there yet, but we’re certainly on our way!

Garmin Vivoactive

Garmin’s first Smartwatch attempt came as a surprise, but a pleasant one! In addition to receiving email and text notifications, Garmin has also integrated their signature GPS capability within the device. That, plus a waterproof shell and a really long battery life will probably make this watch a top contender for adventure seekers and employees of rugged industries.

G Watch R

LG has joined the race with the introduction of their G Watch R. The wearable offers many of the features available in other smartwatches, like standard alerts, fitness tracking and navigation, but it is also distinctly boasting music syncing- an element which only one other competitor (Sony Smartwatch 3) is claiming.

Vibe band VP10

Lenovo’s widely admired Vibe band delivered big in two areas. First, the general consensus is that the watch’s metallic look and design is aesthetically pleasing, and very wearable. Second, the screen features E Ink technology, which reduces glare and makes for a better user experience.


Now widely available in a dizzying assortment of sizes, shapes and colors, the public has fully embraced the awesomeness that is drones. And while it’s impact on recreation has been astonishing, drones are on track to revolutionize business, as we know it, through delivery, photography, search and rescue…you name it!


The appropriately named Air’Dog’ will follow your every move, so long as you wear the corresponding, sensor wristband. Good news for people everywhere who despite their best efforts, are no good at controlling RC gadgets. The potential with AirDog is nearly limitless.

DGI Inspire One

Call it a transformer! This exciting drone actually retracts it’s own legs after becoming airborne, so unobstructed, 360 degree views are possible. The visibility is a huge factor here, because DGI’s equipped camera is stabilized and can shoot 4K video and 12 megapixel photos. Translation? Crisp, clear and beautiful footage and photos.

It’s safe to say that as a society, we’ve reached a high point in mobile connectivity. No matter what time of day, or where it is we’re headed, communication, information and commerce are all just a click away. Technology continues to expound upon that ability- revealing what up-and-coming, connectivity-driven inventions and improvements are in the works for 2015 and beyond!

(Omnie Solutions is an enterprise application development company providing custom web and enterprise mobile application development services to global business. Omnie Solutions has extensive experience and expertise in app development for smart gadgets like Google Glass and smart watches. Follow Omnie Solutions on Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter for technology updates).


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