List: New products from Samsung, LG and Fitbit have been some of the biggest talking points from the show so far.
CES 2016 is one of the major tech events of the year, giving companies a chance to bring out new products and showcase the kind of ideas that they are working on.
From drones to car technology, wearables and smart fridges, the companies are aiming to wow audiences across Las Vegas and give them a glimpse of what the future may hold.
While some products may just be concepts, many are also ready to go on sale. CBR brings you some of the best from the show so far.
1. Fitbit Blaze
Fitbit’s first venture into the smartwatch market hasn’t been greeted with a great deal of enthusiasm by investors in the company, with the unveiling of its new product coinciding with an 18% slump in share price.
A potential competitor to the Apple Watch, the Blaze features a colour touch screen and interchangeable bands so you can change up your look.
Typically for a Fitbit device, it will feature the FitStar app, which shows on-screen workout, as well as heart rate and GPS tracking.
With a battery that can last up to five days, the device will feature a number of notification features such as call, text and calendar alerts.
Users will be able to buy it from March at around $199.99.
2. LG paper thin TV
The LG Signature G6 is only 2.57mm thick, not much thicker than a piece of paper and can even be rolled up, albeit in only one direction at the moment.
It will offer a 4K resolution along with HDR support and incorporates Dolby Vision, the real key feature though is how thin it is.
It uses a Picture-on-Glass design and runs webOS 3.0 for a smart TV experience. The G6 will be available from March in either 77 or 65 inches and is expected to cost less than $10,000.
3. HTC Vive
Vive Pre is the second generation of HTC’s virtual reality headsets and features a smaller, more comfort designed feel.
Other enhancements come with its visual system which has been improved to increase clarity while a front-facing camera has also been added.
The camera is designed to blend physical elements into the virtual world so you won’t have to take off the headset if you want to say pick up your coffee mug or have a conversation with someone.
Expected to be on sale in April but no price has been given.
4. LG Signature Fridge
The fridge features a see through touchscreen door, but that’s not all, if you knock on it then it turns transparent so you can look inside without having to open the door.
If that isn’t fun enough for you, the fridge door opens on its own if you approach it with your arms full of shopping, so you don’t have to worry about juggling it to get the door open.
A global roll-out is expected in March but no pricing details have been given.
5. Samsung Smart Fridge
Sticking with fancy fridges, we have a $5,000 fridge from Samsung. Although that may sound a little steep, it does offer some excellent technology.
It contains three cameras which take pictures of your food so you can see it on your smartphone, never again will you return home to find you have no milk.
Additionally, a partnership with MasterCard will allow for shopping from the fridge’s touchscreen.
It doesn’t end there, the IoT features of the fridge allow you to check whether your doors are locked and to turn lights off from the Family Hub Screen.
Oh it’s also an entertainment system making it well and truly the centre of your family life.