CES Concept Tech: 16 Gizmos Worth Waiting For

CES concept gadgets range from robotic balls you control with your phone, home theaters for your head, and bendable displays.

Prototypes From CES 2011



One of the funnest parts of the Consumer Electronics Show are the cool, the crazy, and just-around-the-corner products. Some gadgets are pretty close facsimiles to what a company will debut in the year ahead. Then again, some kooky concepts are far from being ready for prime time. We found that mix of cutting edge and bleeding edge at this year's show. What follows is collection of CES concept gear on display this year. Some, we are pretty sure, we may never see again after CES.

Check out our complete coverage of CES 2011.

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