Over the course of our week at CES 2015, CNET TV was running to all corners of the show to find the greatest new gadgets so you could get a first-hand look at what's around the corner in tech. From Sony's slimmest 4K LED TV to date, to what Mercedes envisions as its car of the future, we caught it all on camera. So, if you couldn't be in Vegas this year to see for yourself, here are the top 11 CNET TV videos as ranked by number of streams for your viewing pleasure.
Luke Westaway got a close look at the 65-inch version of Sony's latest high-res televisions and thought they looked great. But almost more impressive than the screen was just how thin these 4K LEDs actually are.
Don't like the hassle of finding a parking place? BMW has you covered with an automated car and an app for your smartwatch that not only will find a space on its own, but will come pick you up when you're done.
Talk about wearable tech! Intel's creation came in the form of a 3D-printed dress that has sensors that respond to its environment. It's a good thing we got video because the retractable "spider legs" are something that have to be seen to be believed.
As long as you have a credit card and a broadband connection, Dish's new Sling TV will let you stream live internet video with 25-30 channels you can watch anywhere.
It's not just TVs and phones at CES. LG's new twin washing machine lets you do two loads of laundry simultaneously in the same unit. What's more, the machine keeps water from each washer separate so you don't have to worry about doing whites in one and colors in the other.
6. LG Display shows off screen with double Note Edge-style curves
Similar to the Samsung Galaxy Note Edge, LG's new smartphone display design wraps around the device. The difference? It wraps around both edges giving you more area for additional functions not on the main screen.
Unveiled for the first time at CES 2015, Mercedes' vision for the car of the future definitely turned heads. This autonomous self-driving electric vehicle has sleek lines and tons of amenities you'll want to see for yourself.
8. Lamborghini's $6k Android screams sporty luxury
We already knew Lamborghini made high-end cars, but now it has a high-end phone. This $6,ooo Android smartphone runs KitKat under the hood, but it's the gold plating and smart design on the outside that screams luxury.
Samsung's latest top-tier television is a shoo-in for a list like this one. With a button to switch between curved or flat screen, you'll have optimal viewing for yourself with the ability to flatten the screen out for group watching events.
10. TVs at CES are bigger and bendier -- but better?
CNET News' Kara Tsuboi wonders, with all the new bendable and high-res 4K TVs featured at CES 2015, are they really something people will want or are they just for show?
The new LG G Flex 2 smartphone sports a 23-degree curve so it hugs your head as you talk -- but it's also flexible enough to mash down flat. CNET's Lynn La takes a closer look at what's under the hood.
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