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CES Countdown: 'Technology is enabling us to bring the future forward'

CES is the place where tech companies from around the world unveil their newest gadgets, serving everything from safety to beauty. (KSNV)

There were some pretty cool electronics Sunday, Jan. 6, with everything from artificial intelligence, home and cyber security to skin care technology.

CES brings the best of the tech industry into one place, and people travel from and far to get the first look.

More than 4,000 technology companies, manufacturers and developers are preparing to show off their latest products at the 2019 Consumer Electronics Show.

Sergey Gulyayev, COO of SecureData, said, “New product innovation comes and goes, and if you have something truly unique, you want to get it to the broadest audience immediately.”

When it comes to broad audiences, CES is the place to be. At least 180,000 tech enthusiasts from all over the world are arriving in Las Vegas to attend sessions and to get a firsthand look at the newest and most innovative technology of the year.

“So, when that ends, you’ll be able to choose another one,” said Dino Nardicchio, global vice president of Advanced Technology Engineering for Magna Seating, “It is the intersection of electronics and automotive and how new technology is enabling us to bring the future forward and to bring it forward.”

From home security and automated intelligence to cyber security and safety technology, CES is rolling out products never seen before.

Yet, it’s not all security and safety. There’s some fun to be had, with the newest virtual reality video games and even new beauty technology on display.

Karen Brown with the Neutrogena Beauty Technology Team said, “Technology is coming to beauty. It’s very exciting. This is the first and only custom printed 3D sheet mask that is completely individualized to each consumer.”

Still, this is only a glimpse of what visitors to CES are going to see. There’s much more to explore.

CES kicks off on Tuesday, Jan. 8, and goes until Friday.

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