LAS VEGAS -- From speakers that can keep your beer cold to Kodak's very own smartphone, it seems as if everything new that's happening in tech is at CES 2015's Digital Experience. Put on by Pepcom for analysts, members of the press and exhibitors, the event is often seen as a sneak peek of what's to come at the year's biggest tech conference.
Here, Parrot shows off its latest flying drone.
BACtrack Vio enables your smartphone to take your blood alcohol level.
A demo of the BACtrack Breathalyzer.
Omate showcases its line of smartwatches.
A look inside the guts of Sternball's Wrestlemania pinball machine.
A glimpse at Gogoro's newly launched electric smartscooter, which debuts at the show.
A sculpture is printed from New Matter's MOD-t 3D printer.
Part HD camera, part bike light, the Fly6 from Cycliq gives you another set of eyes while you bike on the road.
Devialet's Phantom speaker promises big sound in an aesthetically pleasing package.
Phaz's headphones lets users charge their smartphones through their headphones.
Ultimaker adds two new printers to its 3D-printing family.
Yup, you're not dreaming -- Kodak made a smartphone with Android 4.4 KitKat.
The iGrow Hair Growth System from Apira Science is a very conspicuous-looking wearable that aims to grow the hair on your head.
Polar Electro showed off its sporty fitness trackers in an array of colors.
Lantronix's itty-bitty drone can shoot photos and record HD video.
Another CES product: SanDisk's Ultra Dual USB Drive 3.0 lets you transfer files from your Android device swiftly.
Instead of showing you your exact weight, Qardio's QardioBase smartscale shows either a happy or sad face depending on your weight progress.
Ventev Mobile showcases its new line of mobile accessories, including various portable battery chargers.
Combine a Jambox speaker and a Mophie charging case and you get the Peri Duo -- a case that offers sound and power to your iPhone.