CES 2015: The Photos You Need to See

CES 2015, the annual International Consumer Electronics Show, has officially begun. Every year, CES is the launching pad for new phones, emerging technology, and the coolest new stuff you'll be craving all year. As the CES website points out, this technology fair has been the launching point for tons of technological innovations over the years. Important technologies that debuted at past CES events included VCRs, camcorders, CD players, HDTV sets, plasma TVs, and 3D printers. There are lots of other tech events through the year, including fairs like CeBIT, MWC, and Tech Crunch Disrupt. CES stands out for their wide range of consumer goods, and their blend of both startups and established players in the tech world. Every year, CES sees about 150,000 attendees from more than 140 countries. The show is owned and produced by the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA), an organization with a lot of pull. Because it's such a big show, nearly every big tech company will put in an appearance and show off their new wares. Conspicuous in their absence is Apple, a company that tends to only make new product announcements at their own Keynote events. At this year's CES in Las Vegas, important product categories include 3D printing, drones, smart home sensors, robotics, wearables, self-driving cars, gaming, health and biotech, and much, much more. There have been some amazing new cars, as well as awesome new big screen TVs from Samsung. Sony's got tons of cool new tech that you'll definitely want to pick up later this year. Want to see all the craveable new tech from this year's show? Click on through our gallery to see the very best new technologies, gadgets, and home goods featured at CES 2015. If you're planning on buying a new TV, fitness tracker, smart home starter kit, car, or printer this year, then you need to see these cool new products before they hit stores. 2015 is definitely going to be a cool year in tech. Want more advice on the best new products to buy? Check out our guide to the best fitness trackers, or our guide to the best rated tablets currently on the market. (Getty)

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