CES 2020: Here’s what you can expect to see at the world’s biggest tech event

It no longer goes by its Consumer Electronics Show monicker, but CES is still the place to see the latest and greatest tech companies have to offer, whether that’s a 5G phone, a transparent Ultra-HD TV, a personal drone that can fly you around or something completely unexpected like a robot dog.

That said, while this year’s show – CES 2020 – won’t be too different from shows past, it will have a greater focus on travel and tourism, data analytics and improving customer experiences, plus the usual slew of TVs, speakers, headphones, laptops and phones – many of which will be optimized for the 5G/8K revolution.

After facing blowback last year for its exclusion and revocation of an award from a sex toy company, CES 2020 will broaden the scope of its Health and Wellness sector to include sex toys ‘on a one-year trial basis’ and will be partnering with the Female Quotient to ensure that more diverse voices are heard at the show.

Beyond the cavalcade of products, we’re expecting to see a lot of conversations happening about digital health and the commoditization of personal data, two big problem areas for the industry. 

Whatever kind of tech you’re into, however, CES will offer something new and interesting for everyone, whether you’re deep into enterprise, stuck into future trends or just keen to see what comes next. Here’s what you can expect.

When is CES 2020?  

If you’re going by the official dates, CES 2020 runs from Tuesday, January 7 through Friday, January 10,…