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Much before the event was officially launched; Industry Leaders magazine started entertaining you with the latest news and announcements of the weirdest, quirky, and the coolest futuristic items the tech industry had to offer. With constant news announcements, buzz, press conferences, and keynotes on Tuesday, it became tough to believe that the event was inaugurated on Wednesday. Now again, the predictions and rumors don’t seem to make the event less crowded and fascinating as CES 2016 has become busier than its condition on Tuesday. The CES 2016 Day 1 highlights are something that everyone has been looking forward to after back-to-back marvelous launches and press conferences. People need to go through the products that stood out best in the show on their first day.

The most common elements in the CES 2016 highlights are what we witnessed on the first day of launch. These include concepts of self-driving and electric cars, gigantic touch-enabled refrigerators, skate-boards equipped with a chip, wearables, premium signature line up of smart home products, smart shoes, and much more. Having said that, the CES highlights also focuses automobile technology, internet of things, hardware, artificial intelligence, robotics, mobiles, software, and hardware.

While big and small corporations and car manufacturers are betting that developing cars can lead to a great amount of profit valuation, a car, which can efficiently synchronize with internet devices, tech behemoths like LG, Whirlpool, Samsung, and Sony, on the other side, have launched a mind-blowing line-up of home automation products.

Industry leaders  business magazine bring to you a quick summary of CES 2016 Day 1 Highlights.

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