With 2.4 million square feet of new products, there's a lot to take in at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas this week.
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Justine Ezarik -- best known as iJustine -- served as an ambassador for the show this year and took ABC News on a tour of the floor in an area known as "Tech West" to talk about some of the year's biggest hits.
From robotic butlers to drones and concept cars, this year's CES gave a glimpse of what the future of technology will look like. Ezarik said one of her technology goals for this year is to make her home even more connected and eco-friendly -- and so she said she enjoyed seeing some of the products on show this year.
Ezarik has been entertaining an audience on YouTube since 2006, sharing her takes on tech, games and what she calls "failed cooking attempts." With 2.5 million subscribers, she's one of the most popular members on the site.