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Gadget Guru: Bosch Virtual Visor, Lenovo ThinkSmart View, Samsung Galaxy Chromebook

The guru examines most interesting gadgets to come out of the Consumer Electronics Show, better known as CES, in Las Vegas. None of these has been tested yet, but all of them look promising

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent

@emmetjryan
12th January, 2020
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The Bosch Virtual Visor is designed to follow your eyes and the glare of the sun

Bosch Virtual Visor

Price: TBC

Everyone has experienced the limitations of drop-down sun visors in the front of cars. They can require constant adjustment depending on the direction of travel, and even then they can fail to keep the sun’s rays from piercing your eyes.

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