CES glows up with face printers, 10-second tooth cleaning and Galaxy S11 news
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The action begins at the world's biggest consumer tech trade show, CES 2020 in Las Vegas, where more than 170,000 people are expected to descend across 2.9 million square feet of exhibit space.
The show officially opens on Tuesday, but press day is hitting us with lots of announcements, presentations and previews of the new gadgets coming out in the next year.
We're seeing more services that use tech smarts and data collection to predict your needs.
LG showed off a washing machine that can sense fabric and pick the best laundry cycle for your clothes.
Gadgets are trying to make your life easier with more customizations.
Opte is a printer for your face.
It prints a tiny amount of makeup pigment to cover up dark spots made by Procter and Gamble, it costs $600 and L'Oreal showed [UNKNOWN].
It's a fully customizable makeup dispenser that makes the color you want on demand.
There's even a strange looking toothbrush called the Y-Brush.
It can brush your teeth in 10 seconds.
It's like a mouth guard filled with bristles.
And it comes at a cost of $125.
Samsung always has plenty to announce but it also has something big coming next month on February 11.
It will unveil the galaxy 11 phone it's rumored to be a phone that folds closed into a square shape.
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