While this year's CES has transformed from an exhausting Las Vegas trade show to a never-ending series of livestreams to be enjoyed in the comfort of your own home, we've certainly had no shortage of weird and wonderful tech announcements - alongside more sober presentations from the likes of Intel, AMD and Nvidia who only announced boring stuff like graphics cards and processors.
We've been taking notes on the coolest stuff to catch our eye, and at the end of Wednesday we think we've got the definitive list. Without further ado, here are the 10 coolest bits of tech announced at CES 2021 - including HDMI 2.1 monitors, cat robots, rollable OLEDs built into chairs and much more.
Asus brought fire to this year's show, with a seemingly unending cavalcade of gaming laptops, monitors, motherboards and peripherals. For me though, the highlight of their offerings was the ROG Flow X13, a diminutive 13-inch gaming laptop with three (!!) graphics cards. You can choose between integrated Vega graphics from the Ryzen 5980HS processor, a discrete GTX 1650 GPU and a tiny external RTX 3080 graphics card.