CES (Consumer Electronics Show) 2017 is now finished, and CNET have been taking a look at the highlights from the show, including triple-screened laptops, robot companions, and some very snazzy concept cars:\n\n[QUOTE]Fifty years from now, the CES show floor may be some hybrid of the real and virtual world, as telepresence minidrones hover and swoop through the aisles, beaming the scene back to our VR contact lenses. But in 2017, the 50th anniversary show was something that would've been an equally unrealistic sci-fi vision to attendees of the first electronics exhibition in 1967: wall-sized TVs as thin as a house key. Electric cars that can drive themselves. Tiny robots that stand guard in your home. And an entire house that you can control with your voice. All of them real, touchable and available to home consumers soon, if not already.[/QUOTE]\n\n[MEDIA=youtube]aAi9ASA908Q[/MEDIA]\n\nRead more [URL='https://www.cnet.com/news/ces-2017-the-final-word/']here[/URL].