CES in 90 secondsCES features the latest tech from all over the world, from cameras, to robots, to connected cars. So what was the biggest hit with attendees?
[MUSIC]. SES is a scouting event for me. See what's coming out. I'm really here looking at this place. To understand better what I should invest in my home automation system. [MUSIC]. [MUSIC] This is the coolest thing I've seen at the show so far. This is a different level. Well we saw a lot of smart robots. I'm really excited. I'm really interested in seeing what's going with the IoT. That virtual reality, the augmented reality. This chair though is fantastic. [LAUGH] Probably should have lead with that. Seeing all the cars and seeing all the technology over there, I really appreciated it. It's all that stuff that I never even thought could be a possibility. [BLANK_AUDIO] The strange or silliest thing. I think it was a connective baby poo thing.>> The laugh of the registration. That's crazy. The VR back there is there's something naughty back there. [LAUGH] There's always something whacky and weird here. [MUSIC] If I could it up in one it is Google. Overwhelming. Innovation. Interesting. Unexpected like it blew my mind. Amazing. Man this is CES but it's also Vegas, there's some crazy stuff that happens in Vegas. We appreciate your patience and apologize for the inconvinience. I'd just walked in and the power went out, and that was the first time I've ever seen something like that happen here. I was able to stay in there for about 15 minutes and wander around the dark halls take a few pictures, it was just surreal. [MUSIC]