The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) kicked off on Tuesday in Las Vegas, Nevada Showcasing the newest and latest technology and electronic devices that will hit the market in 2019.
The event will house more 4,500 exhibiting companies including manufacturers, developers, and suppliers of consumer technology hardware, content, and technology delivery systems.
The event is expecting around 180 thousand attendees’ from 150 countries and will offer more than 250 conference sessions from the 9-11 January. CES 2019 is organized by Consumer Technology Association (CTA) which has pledged $10 million towards the advancement of women, people of color and other underrepresented entrepreneurs and start-ups.
Some of the new technology on show included the latest automated tech for homes like robot chefs and other smart household appliances.
There were also almost 1200 different start-up companies debuting new products as well as demonstrations of the potential of 5G technology and its implications once active in commercial society.