1. Digital Storm Bolt II
Many Steam Machines have emerged at CES 2014, but the Digital Storm Bolt II is one of the high-end machines that we know more about. The entry level model will arrive at around $1,899 but the Storm Bolt II is highly customizable, potentially coming with a elite-level Intel Core i7 and GTX 780 Ti GPU along with separate hard disk and SSD memory, 16GB RAM and liquid cooling to keep the whole lot going. And it'll dual boot SteamOS and Windows too.
Price: $1,899 | Release: January 2014 | Digital Storm
2. Pebble Steel
One of Kickstarter's first triumphs, Pebble made a big splash in 2013, helping to usher in a new wave of wearable technology that is incredibly evident at CES 2014. If there was one criticism of the original Pebble Watch it was the plastic construction, which took away from that premium watch feel we all crave. Well, say goodbye to that - Pebble is back in stainless steel, and will come with more apps and functionality than ever before.
Price: $249 | Release: January 28th, 2014 | Pebble
3. Makerbot Replicator Mini
Alongside a new Replicator and super-sized Replicator Z18, Makerbot has lifted the lid on the Replicator Mini - potentially the first affordable consumer 3D printer for home users. WiFi allows for printing from mobile devices, as well as other interactions like monitoring progress remotely via the built-in camera. We've been waiting for the 3D printing revolution for a while, the Replicator Mini might be the beginning.
Price: $1,375 | Release: Spring 2014 | Makerbot
4. Audi Smart Display
Audi's 10.2-inch Android tablet has the power to change how we think about driving. Up until now, in-car systems have refused to embrace the power of mobile OS' like Android and iOS... but no longer. Google Earth as your in-car navigation system? Yep. Spotify for your audio? Sure. With a Tegra 40 chip under the bonnet too, Audi's tablet embraces the power of Android and then some.
Price: TBC | Release: TBC | Audi
5. LG Flexible OLED TV
LG's massive 77-inch flexible OLED display is the talk of Las Vegas. Do we really need a 77-inch TV? Maybe. Do we need flexible OLED displays? Debatable. But this is seriously impressive, despite it's practicality. Rather than being set to a curve, you can actually control just how curved your TV is by remote - the idea being that the curve creates different viewing angles, and a better experience. Literally has to be seen to be believed.
Price: TBC | Release: TBC | LG
6. LG Lifeband Touch
The LG Lifeband isn't the best looking fitness tracker we've seen, but the fact that it can be used with LG's heart rate monitoring earphones certainly puts it at an advantage, and we like that you can view existing apps through LG's fitness app.The built-in 3-axis accelerometer and altimeter enables the gadget to monitor your daily activity including the number of steps you've taken, distance, speed, calories scoffed as well as projected pace. For more information, check out our full LG Lifeband Touch Hands-on.
Price: TBC | Release: Q1 2014 | LG
7. Samsung Galaxy Note Pro
We all knew there was a tablet-size Galaxy Note on the way at CES 2014, but the 12.2-inch display is somewhat of a surprise. As you'd expect, the Note Pro is phenomenally powerful thanks to a Qualcomm Snapdragon 800MHz processor, and deals with multitasking and buffering with ease, packing the power for anything from graphically-intensive games to photo and video editing. For more information, check out our full Samsung Galaxy Note Pro Hands-on.
Price: TBC | Release: Q1 2014 | Samsung
8. Playstation Now
Playstation Now is the end product of Sony's buyout of Gaikai in 2012. Initially a US-only service, PS Now will give PS4 gamers the ability to play older PS3 titles by streaming them over the internet whilst also opening up the world of streaming games online to Sony's BRAVIA TVs. Stay tuned for a UK release date...
Price: TBC | Release: UK TBC | Playstation
9. Sony Xperia Z1 Compact
10. Epson Moverio BT200
If you're wondering what business a printer company has with eyewear, don't forget that Epson makes a huge range of projectors too. The Moverio glasses are in essence, two small LCD projectors, alongside Android 4.0 support, Bluetooth, head motion tracking and a front-facing camera. Unlike Google Glass, the Moverio is aimed more to improve professional productivity than for consumer use.
Price: $699 | Release: May 2014 | Epson