The 2016 Las Vegas Consumer Electronics Show kicks off in mere hours, but its annual pregame party, CES Unveiled, just wrapped up. With some of the most exciting tech companies set to hit the convention’s show floor typically invited to set up booths at Unveiled, this early-week exhibit is often perfect for getting a sense of what kind of gadgety goodness can be expected at the CES main event.
At this year’s Unveiled, we checked out a smart shower head that warns of high water usage, a service for watching TV with friends across the Internet, a real-time translator necklace, and plenty more.
Watch our highlight video above to see some of the best of CES Unveiled 2016 and stay tuned to Yahoo Tech for more CES 2016 coverage to come.
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