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Highlights from the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.

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    1. Best of CES

    2. An exhibitor takes a photo with a Huawei Mate 10 Pro. REUTERS/Steve Marcus

    3. A showgoer tries out the Flying Dino ride using a Samsung VR headset. REUTERS/Rick Wilking

    4. A two-seater Mercedes-AMG Project ONE. REUTERS/Steve Marcus

    5. A photo comes out of the KODAK Mini Shot Instant Camera. REUTERS/Steve Marcus

    6. Skyworth OLED Wallpaper televisions. REUTERS/Steve Marcus

    7. Attendees try out the Panasonic MAJ7 massage chair. REUTERS/Steve Marcus

    8. The interior of Nissan's IMx electric concept car is shown at the Las Vegas Convention Center during the 2018 CES in Las Vegas, Nevada, U.S. January 9, 2018. REUTERS/Steve Marcus

    9. Attendees try out Dr. Fuji FJ-700 Cyber Gym Body Sport Fitness Fx Massager. REUTERS/Steve Marcus

    10. Xuefeng Chen of China operates a Kudrone drone. REUTERS/Steve Marcus

    11. A MOTOBOT autonomous motorcycle-riding humanoid robot. REUTERS/Steve Marcus

    12. Avatarmind's iPal Smart AI Robots, designed to be companions for children and elderly, perform calisthenics. REUTERS/Steve Marcus

    13. A cutaway display of a Hyundai NEXO fuel cell car. REUTERS/Steve Marcus

    14. Sony's Aibo robotic dogs are displayed. REUTERS/Steve Marcus

    15. A Boosted Board electric skateboard, with a seven-mile range and top speed of 22 mph. REUTERS/Steve Marcus

    16. Jordan Jtakin walks though a 5G wireless broadband technology display in the Intel booth during the 2018 CES in Las Vegas, Nevada. REUTERS/Steve Marcus

    17. ZeTime smartwatches by MyKronoz of Switzerland, the world's first hybrid smartwatch combining mechanical hands with a color touchscreen. REUTERS/Steve Marcus

    18. A robotic My Special Aflac Duck, for children facing cancers, is demonstrated. REUTERS/Rick Wilking

    19. Kano build-it-yourself laptop kits, ages six and older, are displayed during Pepcom's Digital Experience. REUTERS/Steve Marcus

    20. Sony's WF-SP700N wireless, noise-cancelling headphones with a splash-proof design. REUTERS/Steve Marcus

    21. A Buddy robot by Blue Frog roams the floor during the opening event at CES in Las Vegas, Nevada. REUTERS/Rick Wilking

    22. John Cummins, sales and marketing senior vice president for DisplayLink, demonstrates the company's DisplayLink XR reference design with a wireless virtual reality game. REUTERS/Steve Marcus

    23. An Electron Wheel is shown on a bicycle. REUTERS/Steve Marcus

    24. A man looks over a 3D scan of his face after trying out a Bellus3D face scanner. REUTERS/Steve Marcus

    25. A Magik augmented reality toothbrush for children by Kolibree. REUTERS/Steve Marcus

    26. A woman demonstrates the features of a Care OS smart health and beauty hub in a mirror. REUTERS/Steve Marcus

    27. A R-PUR anti-pollution mask, which can filter out particles as small as pm 0.4 microns. REUTERS/Steve Marcus

    28. A woman models Helite's Hip'Air airbag for the elderly. REUTERS/Steve Marcus

    29. A Botley Coding Robot by Learning Resources, designed to teach coding basics to children as young as 5 years old. REUTERS/Steve Marcus

    30. A sensor is shown on Harmon athletic wear by Mitsufuji, made with silver thread panel to make a connection between the sensor and the body. REUTERS/Steve Marcus

    31. A Sensio Air allergen and pollutant tracker is displayed. REUTERS/Steve Marcus

    32. The Catspad smart pet assistant, with the ability to remotely schedule and control food portions. REUTERS/Steve Marcus

    33. A WooHoo home assistant with artificial intelligence is displayed. REUTERS/Steve Marcus

    34. A Velco Wink Bar, with bike tracking and GPS guidance when connected to a smart phone. REUTERS/Steve Marcus

    35. A Lokly encrypted flash drive, accessible when in the presence of a smartphone with the encryption key. REUTERS/Steve Marcus

    36. A Romy Paris personal cosmetic lab, which allows users to formulate their own lotions based on their skin type and daily conditions. REUTERS/Steve Marcus

    37. An Aladin connected-lamp by Domalys, with sensors that can detect if an elderly person has fallen and send an alert to caregivers. REUTERS/Steve Marcus

    38. The Olfactory Alarm Clock for children. REUTERS/Steve Marcus

    39. A Melomind headset, a neurofeedback device with sensors that detect brain activity and help the wearer control stress and improve relaxation through exercises. REUTERS/Steve Marcus

    40. A Flo device (R), which can monitor water usage in your home and cut off water automatically in case of catastrophic flooding. REUTERS/Steve Marcus

    41. EargoMax, a new in-the-ear hearing aid device that also allows natural sound to flow though into the ear, is displayed during Pepcom's Digital Experience. REUTERS/Steve Marcus