CES 2016: Complete Wrap-Up

CES 2016 is officially over and with it came a good mix of new and different products from many of the top manufacturers. Smartphones and tablets were by no means scarce at this year's event, but they weren't the only really popular products getting plenty of attention, as products in the smartwatches, wearables, and smart home/internet of things categories were big showcases this year. Another big presence this year was VR, although we're undoubtedly going to see more in the space for next year's event as more than a few top brands are slated to release their headsets in 2016, including Sony, Oculus, and HTC with the Vive.

CES of course wasn't just about new announcements, as quite a bit of time was spend checking out and getting hands-on experiences with tech that was announced last year. It's these experiences which make the event for some attendees, and allowed us to see first-hand what some of the most anticipated technology is like before it releases. For example, HTC's VR headset, which was being demoed at the event to show off a virtual reality version of Valve's popular first-person puzzle game Portal. While there was plenty to see and do each day of CES this past week, not everyone may have been able to catch things as they came up, if that's the case, you can check out all our CES coverage and find the links to it down below in our complete wrap-up.

Smartphones

Tablets

Smartwatches

Wearables

Virtual Reality

Android TV

Chromebooks

Headphones

Speakers

Battery Packs/Chargers

Smart Home/Internet of Things

Cameras

Audio

Displays/TVs

Software/Apps

Other Tech

Auto

Carriers

OEMs

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