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Virtually from CES 2021

CES 2021 is an online affair but still as weird as ever. We round up some of our faves, from TVs to phones, toilets to house robots.

Seamus Byrne
Seamus Byrne
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Virtually from CES 2021

We're back for 2021 and it's CES week so Seamus and Nic explore what's caught their eye during this virtual, online version of the show.

TVs? Yes.
Rollable mobile screens? Indeed.
Smart toilets? You betcha.

Plus Nic's commitment to the Telstra Xbox deal and Seamus finding it's too late to save himself with a left-handed gaming mouse.

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