If you can't make it to CES 2017, CNET's Brian Tong has got you covered. He's bringing the Vegas tech show right to you with our 360-degree video tours of the show floor. His first stop is the LG booth where he checks one of the biggest hits of CES, the amazingly ultra-thin .
Sony's booth is a must-see at CES. Tong gets up close with the company's massive 32 feet by 9 feet Crystal LED display, which uses super fine LEDs as its light source. He also checks out the company's new Bravia line along with all of Sony's OLED TVs announced at the show.
And you're not going to want to miss Intel. Each year, they impress with all kinds of future tech at their booth. Watch Tong check out the, a VR driving experience with BMW's i8 and a souped-up basketball court that tracks player data.
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