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As CES 2020 winds down we're taking a look at some of our favorite products and trends from the show floor in Las Vegas.
Some of our highlights include Alienware strange new portable PC gaming concepts.
Code named the UFO.
Then there was impossible foods next entry into meat replacement, in the form of plant based pork.
We got a look at the possible future of mouthcare with the y brush, essentially a mouth guard that has tiny brushed inside claiming it can clean all of your teeth in just 10 seconds.
And finally, we're very excited to see Vizio enter the Oled space.
Potentially having a ripple effect on the rest of the market.
It's currently dominated by LG.
Vizio is OLEDs, both some pretty serious specs like freesync and 4K resolution with support for 120 hertz.
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