Monday at CES (check out our complete coverage of CES) is always Media Day, a gauntlet of press conference after press conference after press conference, many overlapping and some so full of reporters you’re not sure if your own hand is in your pocket or not. This year saw no shortage of curved screens, connected cars and wearables.
Here’s a look at some of the things spotted on Monday (click the link below each image to read more about each item). Note that the final entry contains 13 images of the newly-unveiled Steam Machines — you can click the left and right arrows to toggle through them all.
Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 12.2 Release Date, Specs Announced at CES 2014 [BGR]
CES 2014: Audi highlights self-driving cars and more [USA Today]
Intel announces Edison: a 22nm dual-core PC the size of an SD card [Engadget]
Formula E’s Spark-Renault SRT_01E electric racer makes its official public debut in Las Vegas [Engadget]
Sony Doubles Down On Wearable Tech With The Life-Tracking ‘Core’ [TechCrunch]
3D camera kicks off Intel’s ‘Real Sense’ perceptual computing [CNET]
Panasonic ToughPad FZ-M1 is a rugged, 7 inch Windows tablet [Liliputing]
Samsung reveals a wild bendable TV prototype and its curved, 105-inch Ultra HD TV [The Verge]
LG’s curved G Flex phone comes to AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile later this quarter [Engadget]
Toyota shows off Fuel Cell Vehicle, will be on sale in 2015 [CNET]
Dish expands Hopper DVR platform with Super Joey, Wireless Joey set-top boxes [The Verge]
Huawei Phone Is So Big It Can Charge Other Phones [AP/TIME]
Early Look: The First Steam Machines Are Mostly Like PCs [TIME]
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