The newest tech being unveiled at this year's Consumer Electronics Show is smart, connected, and often times quirky.
As you can see here we have a food printer.
Wearables are making another big showing, expanding beyond fitness trackers by leaps and bounds.
The first sensor tells you how high you jump, while the temp track adhesive thermometer resembles a band-aid.
You don't have to wake up a sick, sleeping baby.
Wearables aren't just for tracking fitness, but also for safety, this cycling jacket has a built in motion sensor, so when you go to signal, it'll let drivers know when you want to turn left.
Appliances and gadgets for your home are getting a high tech upgrades.
From a digital tape measure by eMeasure Inc.
I can have this measurement here, push the button here, and it gives you the halfway midpoint.
To a smart baby bottle that helps babies not take in air when they feed.
We'll probably gonna see a lot of smart garden products, smart lock products.
Anything that you can think of in your home that could have some sort of digital function.
As always, the show promises to feature traditional tech, like gigantic televisions with better and better resolution.
This is the year that 4K TV is gonna become accessible to normal people.
So we'll probably see more announcements of 4K content.
All major automakers will be at the show.
We'll probably hear more about autonomous features in cars.
Things like Smart Valet options in luxury cars.
Integration with wearables.
If connected cars aren't how you roll, there's always the roller shoes.
For the latest news on CES, be sure to check CNet.com.
In Las Vegas, I'm Carez Debevoise.
CNet.com for CBS News.
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