LAS VEGAS – Day 1 of the Consumer Electronics Show saw a bunch of firsts–a TV can be rolled up like a newspaper, the world’s thinnest laptop and smart everything.
We found smart shoes, smart sleeves, smart shirts, you name it–all which connect, naturally, to an app.
Faraday Future, the mysterious Chinese company, finally unveiled its vision of an electric car Monday night, a sleek looking vehicle that would make Batman proud, while Oculus Rift, set a date–Wednesday.
Oculus is the Facebook owned virtual reality company that has wowed CESers for years with its jaw dropping look at other words through headsets. No pricing has yet to be announced for the Rift, but with Facebook behind it, you can expect to start seeing it everywhere.
We saw lots of wireless headphones here at CES–and one of the companies, Muzik, announced an investment by Twitter. The first Muzik headphones will hit stores in May.