CES 2024: all the TVs, laptops, smart home gear, and more from the show floor

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CES is the tech world’s biggest event of the year. The Verge is on the ground covering the biggest news in tech, gaming, transportation, and more.

CES is where the tech industry rings in the new year. Each January, just about every corner of the industry shows up with announcements and previews that set the stage for the year to come.

Apple set the stage for virtual reality news by announcing a launch date for the Vision Pro headset, while smart home companies are trying to organize the tech that’s popping up everywhere. A wave of laptops, tablets, and handhelds powered by mobile and AI-friendly chips washed over the show floor, and the latest battle between LG and Samsung is focusing on transparent televisions.

Monday’s press conferences brought Nvidia’s RTX 4080 Super, Samsung’s rolling robot projector, MSI’s Steam Deck competitor, and a whole lot more. Tuesday’s additions included this Rabbit R1 AI gadget that is ready to run your life from one small box, an OLED monitor from Asus that’s foldable and portable, and the debut of Honda’s sleek Zero series EVs.

Since then, we’ve been checking out electric cars connecting to Wi-Fi 7, getting our nails done, and collecting the various rings of power.

The show floor officially opened on Tuesday, January 9th, and closed Friday, January 12th, in Las Vegas, Nevada. As always, The Verge’s team has beeen on the ground covering the event’s biggest news, before registering our best of CES lists. You can tune in below to follow along with the latest.

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