This little display really summarizes the show: VR, robots, gaming products, AI, AR, 8K TVs, 5G, smart kitchens, electric cars and trams were everywhere. Totally in awe of the genius and creativity at work around the world to create these products that are going to change the human experience as we know it. The products we saw were so thoughtfully created – so it’s easy to see how they can improve lives.
There were robots everywhere. In fact, ‘robot’ was a big theme, and we saw all kinds: big, small, industrial, home use, commercial use. They’re all pretty cute and can do some pretty amazing things (and yes we want one)!
There was lots of chatter about the new foldable screens. Here’s a mini tablet that can fold in half like a wallet. They had different versions with all kinds of uses, including on clothing and in multiple sizes.
Day 3: It’s Showtime!
As you can imagine, this was a very popular booth that featured a mini VR amusement park ride that moved and turned all the way around. VR booths were everywhere so there were tons of opportunities to participate in the different types of games and experiences.
We’re seeing so many 8K TVs and LG even has one that rolls up and down into a little box. (!!!) It was incredible. A picture doesn’t do it justice but needless to say the one thing I saw on day one of CES that we really wanted was this 8K TV. (Because of course.)
Day 4: Parting Thoughts
Of course, the best part of the whole trip was seeing the beautiful 2019 CES Innovation Honoree Award and realizing the great company we’re in as recipients. The Portable Air Purifier is such an innovative and unique product that’s made our lives better. We’re just beyond words with excitement for this achievement.
Congrats to Chad Recer for developing and engineering this amazing product and Deborah Jessup for the beautiful design. This honor is well-deserved.