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CES 2019

CES, which started in 1967 as the Consumer Electronics Show, now annually attracts nearly 200,000 exhibitors, techies and members of the media to the desert city of Las Vegas. This year expects lots of smart devices, the latest in 5G, robots, self-driving cars, high-end TVs and augmented reality experiences. Who will be best in show?
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