CES is the world’s largest consumer electronics trade show, giving attendees the opportunity to check out the latest and greatest in gadgetry and the highest possible chance of contracting influenza.
As gadget connoisseurs, we obviously jumped at the chance to be a part of it, just as we have in years past.
We have loads of content for you, from live roaming of the CES show floor to fireside chats with executives from companies like Ford, Razer and Oculus. And perhaps most exciting, we’ll be holding our third annual TechCrunch Hardware Battlefield.
If you’re new to the game, here’s what the Hardware Battlefield is all about:
Thirteen companies will have exactly six minutes to present their hardware to a panel of expert judges, which will be followed by a quick Q&A session. After all the companies have presented on Day 1 and Day 2, we’ll head into the finals where up to four of those companies will get a final chance to pitch and take home the $50,000 cash prize.
Big tech giants like Sony and Samsung will undoubtedly show off better TVs and cooler washing machines, but if you want to check out the true cutting edge of gadgetry, look no further.