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From Bruges to Las Vegas?

"YUP" and we're doing it the American way.

Our very own Kris D'Hoest describes it in one word as: MASSIVE.

Alongside 220 000 attendees and 4500 vendors, Arcade is here to represent the promise of technology.

What all did we see:

Vision URBANETIC by Mercedes Benz

You can’t have a CES without some cars and feeling like you just walked into an episode of Black Mirror. This Mercedez Benz piece takes an innovative approach to fulfil the needs of cities, businesses from diverse sectors as well as city dwellers and travellers. The concept reduces traffic flows, relieves inner-city infrastructures and contributes to an improved quality of urban life. 

Vision Urbanetic at CES

Bell Nexus Flying Car

Designed as a four-passenger air taxi, the full-scale, black, six rotor vehicle looks like a massive drone from every tech guru’s dream. Ever thought of ordering an Uber and flying to your next destination? Abso-freaking-lutely. 

Bell Nexus Flying Car 2019 CES

LG OLED Waterfalls

You didn't think we'd forget about some new display technology, whether that’s a mobile phone that rolls-up like the posters from your college dorm room or an 8K TV screen with so many pixels you’ll want to Netflix all day. Our favorite was LG's OLED Falls. Perhaps an idea for our new office?


We're curious to hear your thoughts on CES 2019!