Consumer Technology

Smartisan U2 Pro

Most competitors tend to design round-style smartphones, and most consumers are unaware of this trend. The Smartisan U2 Pro maintains the pure rectangular lines of minimalist design aesthetics.

Designed by: Smartisan Industrial Design Team


Miix 630

The Lenovo Miix 630 is the world’s first ARM-based 2-in-1 laptop. It provides a full Windows computer experience with an extremely long battery life, an adjustable hinge that allows any angle and a full PC keyboard.

Designed by: Lenovo Experience Design Group


Mercku M2 Wi-Fi Router

The Mercku M2 Wi-Fi Router covers up to 3,000 square feet and can be joined with multiple routers to form a mesh network. It eliminates dead spots, improves performance speeds and serves as a connectivity superhighway to power all IoT devices within the home.

Designed by: Ronghao Jin for Mercku Inc.


Mercku M2 Hive Wi-Fi System

The M2 Hive System utilizes one M2 Wi-Fi Router and multiple plug-in nodes spread around the house to extend the signal to all corners of the living space, eliminating dead spots and boosting areas lacking sufficient Wi-Fi coverage. It can host up to 80 simultaneous users and allows for industry-leading speed.

Designed by: Ronghao Jin for Mercku Inc.


HP Sprocket Plus

The HP Sprocket Plus is a wireless handheld photo printer about the size of a smartphone that instantly creates snapshots and stickers. It connects to the user’s phone through Bluetooth. The tools in the free HP Sprocket App allow users to customize photos by adding text, boarders and filters.

Designed by: HP Global Experience Design Team / HP Imaging & Printing, HP Inc.

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Eero Home WiFi System

The Eero Home WiFi System creates a wireless mesh network providing uniform Wi-Fi that can synchronously handle web surfing, multiple video and audio streams, and IoT connected devices throughout the home. The system lets you easily share your network with guests through a simple smartphone app.

Designed by: Fred Bould, IDSA, Jeremy Wolf, Bernardo Bajana and Tristan Cannan for Eero

Google Home Max & Google Home Mini

Google Home Max & Google Home Mini are the next iterations of the Google Home line, completing the full-home experience. Google’s vision is to build simple solutions that work in the background, helping when users need it and staying out of the way when they don’t. The home is a special, intimate place, and people are particularly selective about what they welcome into it. Google Home Max was designed entirely with that in mind, appropriately blending in just the right amount. The front face of the device is a full flood of fabric with a discreet visual UI. With far-field voice control, Max can hear users across the room, even while music is playing. Google wanted Mini to deliver a premium product experience at a very low price point. Mini brings the Assistant to every room, giving answers from Google and the ability to check calendars and listen to podcasts.

Designed by: Google Hardware Design Team for Google LLC


Google Pixel 2, Google Pixel 2 XL and Google Pixel 2 Cases

The Google line of Pixel smartphones includes the Google Pixel 2, Pixel 2 XL and accompanying cases. They are the centerpiece of a connected ecosystem, bringing the best of Google from software, hardware and AI to the user in the most advanced yet iconic products Google has built.

The design language of Google’s hardware is about making technology more human and suitable for the user’s lifestyle. The design of the Pixel smartphones combines a high degree of technological complexity with the best user experience features, such as front-facing stereo speakers, ergonomically placed buttons, a fingerprint sensor and the quick-access Active Edge squeeze technology that activates the Google Assistant. Crafted with a unique tailored fabric, the Pixel 2 Cases have a knit exterior and a soft microfiber liner to help protect the phones in a way that is compatible with the Active Edge technology.

Designed by: Google Hardware Design Team for Google LLC


Google Pixelbook & Pixelbook Pen

The Google Pixelbook is the thinnest laptop that can rotate upon itself to become a tablet. The product is not compromised in usability in either mode, has class-leading Wi-Fi reception and demonstrates a build quality unmatched by the competition. Combined with the stability, reliability and always updated Chrome OS operating system, it provides a professional-level product that stretches the boundaries for the platform. The goal of Pixelbook was to make the thinnest 360-degree laptop without compromising usability in either laptop or tablet mode. Google overcame the challenges of reconfiguring computer hardware, creating a 360-degree hinge and keeping the structure light but also rigid—all with just a 10.3-millimeter thickness. The Pixelbook Pen provides a more natural drawing and handwriting interaction, including a button to directly access the Google Assistant that enables the user to search by circling content.

Designed by: Google Hardware Design Team for Google LLC


Light L16

The Light L16 is the world’s first multi-aperture computational camera. It combines an ergonomically refined case, breakthrough optics and the most advanced imaging engine ever created to bring DSLR image quality to a pocket-size form factor. Sixteen image sensors span wide angle, mid and telephoto ranges. There are no extra lenses to carry or change. Based on focal distance, each shutter click captures up to 10 images, which are then fused into a high-resolution photo that can be refocused and adjusted with the Light editing software. Each shot yields infinite photographic outcomes. The design objective was to integrate Light’s groundbreaking optics and image processing technology into a refined easy-to-use camera to satisfy the most discerning photography enthusiasts among us. Every facet of the physical interaction and technology integration demanded the utmost care to ensure an authentic, pleasing camera experience.

Designed by: Fred Bould, IDSA, Anson Cheung, Dayne Tanner of Bould Design for Light