The Coolest, Most Bizarre and Most Expensive Tech We Saw at CES 2020

Giant 8K TVs? A foldable smartphone? An Alexa-enabled Lamborghini? Oh My!

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Day 1

This year, the Slickdeals team ventured out to attend CES 2020 in Las Vegas, NV. Our mission was to document the coolest, most bizarre and most expensive tech we could find, and this year’s showcase did not disappoint.

Among other technological marvels, we got the chance to see Alienware’s Concept UFO, which is basically a gaming PC shaped like a Nintendo Switch, and we finally got our hands on the upcoming foldable smartphone from Motorola Razr. In terms of strange products, we sampled an alcoholic Keurig and had our faces melted by a massive, 24-foot Micro LED TV.

Check out our video to see all the products that (for better or worse) caught our attention.

Day 2

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The hits didn’t stop during the second day of CES 2020. This time around, we got to sample Impossible Foods’ meatless pork (and even went back for seconds!), got a close-up look at Segway’s new S-Pod people-mover and played around with more robot helpers than we could count (some of which were actually pretty cute and non-threatening).
For a firsthand look at all the things we saw that got us excited, take a look at our day 2 video.

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Louie Patterson

Louie Patterson is a Content Editor at Slickdeals. Based in Los Angeles, they have written and edited for several digital publishers including Ranker and Zócalo Public Square. They're always on the lookout for hot video game deals and are utterly incapable of walking away from a game that's on sale for less than $5 (even if they already own it on another console). You can also talk to them about anime, BMX and anything related to electronic music.

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