As expected wearables were absolutely huge.
There were smart watches that you can talk to using voice activation.
Fashion forward fitness trackers that look like jewelery.
And we even heard about a wearable for your water bottle.
There truly was a wearable for everything.
Healthcare devices are on the rise too, including products like the Quell.
This is a device that provides nerve stimulation in order to release chronic pain.
Maybe you might need that, though, after riding one of the many personal mobility machines doing the rounds at the show.
From personal skateboards like the IO Hawk to electric scooters such as the Mogo Bike.
And where would an electronics show be without robots?
Like this [UNKNOWN] that can play games with your kid or even dispense drinks from your fridge.
I'm Lexi Savvides and to keep up with all the developments from tech quest make sure to check out our CES 2015 coverage in full at cnet.com.
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