CES 2015 Live Updates: Hands on With Robots, Wearable Drones and Other Tech

PHOTO: Attendees photograph the Sony Bravia X900C 4K TV, which is only 0.2 inches thick - thinner than a Sony Xperia Z3 smartphone - at the Sony press conference at the 2015 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Nevada January 5, 2015.PlayRobyn Beck/AFP/Getty Images
WATCH CES 2015: Robots, Drones and Wearables! Oh My!

Get ready to have your mind blown with new gadgets and innovations at the 2015 International Consumer Electronics Show.

While the event officially gets underway today in Las Vegas, it hasn't stopped companies showing off their products in development and consumer-ready gadgets a day or two early.

Among those are a new washing machine from LG that can wash two separate loads simultaneously. Sony has announced the latest version of its flagship music player, the Walkman. And computer chip maker NVIDIA showed off a technology in development that allow users to tell their car to "go park yourself."

With the opening of the show floor today, approximately 3,500 companies are expected to show off technology and services that not only impress but promise to entertain, if not make life easier.

Follow along with our live updates as the ABC News team in Las Vegas explores day one of CES.

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