Artificial intelligence was once again a big theme for the show.
David Vanderwaal, a marketing executive for LG Electronics' US arm, was the primary speaker at the company's CES 2019 press conference.
Jim Tran, head of handset devices for Qualcomm, dropped by the LG conference to talk about 5G (of course).
Vanderaal talks about the network effect of several smart appliances like refrigerators and vacuum cleaners talking to each other and offering tips for your benefit.
Vanderwaal says that its new ThinQ AI devices will take your lifestyle data and broader usage patterns to offer you recommendations.
Vanderwaal holds up a glass of beer made from its Homebrew Bot.
Sadly, he didn't take a swig before moving on. To be fair, it was around 8:30 in the morning.
Vanderwaal breaks down the types of beers you can brew in the HomeBrew machine.
The machine gives you progress updates on the brew.
Vanderwaal by the HomeBrew machine.
Tim Alessi, LG's head of marketing for its US arm, talks up LG's smarter televisions.
LG televisions will support Apple AirPlay.
Vanderwall holds up the LG V40 ThinQ, a flagship smartphone it launched last fall.
Alessi and Vanderwaal show off the rollable LG Signature Series OLED TV R.
The rollable TV has a "feature" that lets it roll away.
You can put the rollable TV in a slimmed down mode and turn it into a little display.
LG unveiled a new vacuum gallery.
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