The devices promise to be slimmer, bigger and faster - but is CES itself still relevant?
A onslaught of new gadgets and software is about to be unleashed at the latest Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.
It is a chance for tech makers, big and small, to highlight the innovations and trends they think are about to take off.
Things do not always develop as planned - past promises of smart TV services and 3D screens going mainstream have failed to pan out.
But never mind, say the organisers, there is another round of next-generation technologies such as 4K ultra-high definition televisions and bendy phones ready for a go.
This is the first time I've heard of CES but i would guess it'll get better every year.