United Kingdom, London – 01-24-2020 (PRDistribution.com) — SHENZHEN, China – CES 2020, which was held from January 7 to 10, saw a number of the most high-tech products from Baseus including the brand’s newest car peripherals, home lighting products, and mobile accessories. Tens of thousands of people visited the Baseus booth and experienced novelty, finding the products very practical and exquisite, leaving them wanting to have the devices not just for themselves, but also for their families at home.

 Demonstrating new technologies and showcasing upgrades on features and functions on many of its devices, one of the highlights of the Baseus booth was the Rock Solid Vehicle-Mounted Wireless Charger, an upgrade to the brand’s previous Smart Sensing Car Mount. Featuring a revolutionary infrared induction technology for its automatic aviation alloy clamping arms and an intelligent device detection, this wireless charger is set to be the new star on vehicles travelling all roads. You may check the product here: http://bit.ly/baseuswirelesscarcharger Another highlight of the Baseus CES booth was its all-new Desktop Mini Heater and Refrigerator. Designed with a rounded structure and a classy chic look, it is bound to be the center of attention wherever it’s placed. This appliance may be small in size, but its capacity can hold 8L of content – definitely more than enough for a person’s daily needs. Heating wise, it can reach up to 65 degrees Celsius which can sufficiently warm food and drinks to a desirable level. For its cooling, it can easily reach 0 degrees, ideal for food, drinks and for some skin care products. And while this dual function heater/refrigerator is strong, its energy saving capabilities comes as a surprise as it only consumes 1/kwh for a 24-hour continuous use. It will be available in all platforms very soon! Baseus also displayed a new series of lights at the site which caught the attention of many. The series, which contains the Entrance, Aisle, Mirror and Wardrobe lights, feature soft lights which automatically illuminate when it detects a human body on its dark induction field of range. The lights are designed with built-in power which can last for about 150 days, and as it is wireless, installation is very convenient with its magnetic feature. You will want to check the “light stars” of Baseus booth here:
 http://bit.ly/baseusmagneticnightlighthttp://bit.ly/baseusledinductionlight These stars of the Baseus booth proved to be perfect complements to a mobile lifestyle and can easily fit in on whenever anyone needs it. As the road to automation comes down to the smallest functions, Baseus is set to developing more on years to come.   About BaseusFounded in 2011, Baseus integrates R&D, design, production and sales. Baseus comes from ‘Base On User’ – each product that Baseus has developed features a practical, aesthetically pleasing deign. Integrating the latest technology, environmentally friendly materials and fashion element into each concept, every range shows the unique ‘Baseus’ style. 

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