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  • CES 2019

    QLED 8K televisions are displayed at the TCL booth in the Las Vegas Convention Center as workers prepare for 2019 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, Nevada, Jan. 6, 2019. The annual show runs from Jan. 8-11 and features the latest in gadgets and innovations from robots and headphones to smart mirrors and beehives.
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  • Intelligent toilet

    The Numi 2.0 intelligent toilet on display at the Kohler booth at CES, Jan. 9, 2019, in Las Vegas. The toilet features built-in mood lighting, surround sound speakers, a heated seat, warm water cleansing with a dryer, and Amazon Alexa voice controls.
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  • Baby monitor with AI

    An attendee tests the Miku baby sleep and breathing monitor at CES, Jan. 9, 2019, in Las Vegas. The Miku baby monitor uses AI combined with optical and wireless technology to analyze heart rate and breathing without an additional wearable. It stores data, including video, and can send alerts.
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  • Translating earbuds

    The Pilot Translating Earpiece by Waverly Labs is shown at CES 2019, in Las Vegas, Jan. 9, 2019. The earbuds use the latest technologies in speech recognition, machine translation and wearable technology to allow users to converse without language barriers using a mobile app, which toggles between languages.
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  • Smart glasses

    Yumi Dobashi tries on smart glasses at the North booth at CES, Jan. 9, 2019, in Las Vegas. Focals glasses by North, feature AR technology tucked inconspicuously into the frames. A joystick-like controller is separate and is small enough hide in your pocket. They also support Amazon Alexa, allowing you to control it with your voice.
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  • VR ride

    People ride the Hurricane VR 360 at the DOF Robotics booth at CES, Jan. 9, 2019, in Las Vegas.
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  • Folding phone

    The folding and capabilities of the Royole FlexiPai tablet and phone are demonstrated at CES 2019, Jan. 8, 2019 at the Las Vegas Convention Center.
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  • Rollable TVs

    People watch as television screen roll up and down demonstrating the LG Signature OLED TV R, which stands for 'rollable' at a display during CES 2019 in Las Vegas, Jan. 8, 2019.
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  • Smart beehive

    The BeeLife CoCoon smart beehive is among the CES 2019 Innovation awards winners displayed in advance of the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, Jan. 6, 2018. BeeLife CoCoon claims to help bees live longer, harvest more honey and provide a healthy place for bees to live.
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  • Smart pet feeder

    Mookkie, a smart pet feeder which recognizes individual animals using visual recognition technology, is displayed at CES in Las Vegas, Nevada, Jan. 6, 2019.
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  • Smart mirror

    CareOS Smart Mirror is demonstrated at the preview for CES in Las Vegas, Jan. 6, 2018. The interactive mirror uses augmented reality for virtual try-ons, has facial and object recognition and can give the user video instruction on specific makeup products. It feature voice commands and can create a 3D image of your face.
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  • Smart ring

    Jeremy Neyrou of Icare Technologies holds the Aeklys smart ring during the preview of CES in Las Vegas, Jan. 6, 2019. The Aeklys smart ring gives the wearer the ability to make contactless payments simply by placing the ring near a payment terminal.
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  • Smart headphones

    The Prelude smart headphones are on display at the Debussy Audio booth at CES, Jan. 6, 2019, in Las Vegas.The standalone Prelude smart headphones can stream high-fidelity music and are compatible with several streaming services.
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  • Children's robot

    Codi, a story-telling robot for children that features voice recognition and more than 200 songs and stories, is displayed at CES in Las Vegas, Jan. 6, 2019. The robot's A! learns from the child's usage patterns to become more personalized.
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  • Autonomous Drive wheelchair

    A man tries out a Whill Autonomous Drive wheelchair during the preview of the 2019 CES in Las Vegas, Jan. 6, 2019. The Whill Autonomous Drive wheelchair won an Innovation award at CES for accessibility.
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