LAS VEGAS (KTNV) — Nearly 100,000 people packed the Las Vegas Convention Center on Thursday as CES returned with better tech than ever.
The convention has a lot to offer attendees, but many in the valley don’t get the chance to experience it. But 13 Action News wants to make sure you’re up to date on the latest tech you’ll see in 2023.
As you walk in, the visuals on the curved screen are breathtaking. Walking into the central hall, the first thing that catches the eye is the world’s first wireless TV made by LG. There are other products, like vacuum cleaners, that clean up your mess with water and steam in seconds.
Down in the central hall, there’s a robot called SketcherX. The robot scans your face, it draws you a self-portrait, and it even talks.
For those who are on the go but don’t have time to iron, simply toss a button-down shirt, suit or skirt into the new LG Steam Closet and wrinkles will disappear in seconds.
If lawn mowing isn’t your thing, for around $3,500, a robotic lawn mower can do it for you.
Everyone who owns a pool in Las Vegas knows that removing leaves and grime from a backyard pool can be a hassle, but this automatic pool cleaner makes it so much easier. The cost of such a machine is $800.
In the new year, everyone should be healthy. You can also keep an eye on your health with a new device attached to your toilet that samples your urine and measures vitamin C, magnesium and more.
Visitors said this year’s CES was almost back to 2019 levels.