CES 2014 Full Wrap: the show in review

Nic and Seamus talk about the innovations that impressed at CES this year and what left a little to be desired.


With a show as big as CES, it's always hard to distil it down to just a few key themes and products.

But that certainly isn't going to stop us from trying. In our last daily wrap video, we look at what 'wowed' at CES and what left us scratching our heads in mild bemusement.

There was plenty we didn't get a chance to touch on, however, such as the innovations happening with laptops and PCs — especially PC gaming — as well as smartphones, Intel's Edison , tablets and more.

Our coverage of the CES 'fallout' will continue well into next week (and beyond) so keep checking back as we discuss what 2014 will hold for world of tech.

About the author

Nic Healey is a Senior Editor with CNET, based in the Australia office. His passions include bourbon, video games and boring strangers with photos of his cat.


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