It’s the last day of CES, and as all the vendors prepare to break down their booths, close up their parties, and go wearily home, we here at The Verge are looking back to see what was new, surprising, or weird — and offering you our opinions on what worked and what didn’t.
We bring roundups of the best laptops, the biggest Google Assistant products, and the greatest Amazon Alexa products. We look at the long-anticipated arrival of Wi-Fi 6, and discuss why you’re not going to see it in your home for some time yet. We discuss Apple’s new embrace of the TV industry, and why it’s okay that there aren’t any revolutionary advances in the look of laptops.
And even now, there are still some cool and crazy gadgets to play with, such as a real-life beauty filter for your skin, robot dogs that deliver packages (and do a little dance when they’re done), and a smart shopping cart.
So join us for this, the final day of CES, and help us celebrate all the tech news that has come out of the Las Vegas festivities.
The two companies are collaborating to create a new kind of design workflow.
And the challenges of integrating within a smart home.
This backpack is good enough to make you forgive its name
2019 is getting off to a melodic start
A way higher comfort level and more integrations with Amazon, Google, and Apple
Smart home companies are staying neutral and won’t pick a side
From drawing tablets to vlogging gear, these are the coolest new tools for producing art and video
Riding in the new semi-autonomous Cascadia semi
The little robot responds to the emotional context of the messages it receives and broadcasts.
From the usual suspects to some exciting new faces
All of the headphones, monitors, docks, and dongles from this year’s show
The most exciting TV tech at CES 2019 had nothing to do with resolution
Wireless charger, portable power, it’s all here
Wi-Fi 6 is in routers, but not many consumer gadgets
It’s an inkjet printer for your face
We should have seen this one coming
News about your favorite traffic cone
A mailman’s fever dream at CES 2019
More friends for the Google Home
Voice commands for every part of your life
If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it (just add a better screen)
Intel Core i9 and Nvidia RTX 2080 are $450 each
These new laptops could be winners