This year’s show featured over 3,600 exhibitors

All the news from CES 2015

This year’s CES trade show in Las Vegas has wrapped up, which included a record amount of startups and more than 3,600 exhibitors.

The show also featured various new technology from 3D printers, to driverless cars and bendable TVs.

In case you missed any of the news, here is a roundup of all the stories from the event.

Lenovo unveils X1 Carbon ultrabook

Nvidia debuts its Tegra X1 ‘super chip’ for cars

Five quirky pieces of tech including the Belty and the Keecker

HP showcases new 5K monitors and virtual reality

MSI reveals GTX 970 gaming 100 Million Edition GPU

LG launches G Flex 2 curved smartphone

Toshiba rivals Surface Pro 3 with Portégé Z20t

Mad Catz launches new gaming gadgets

Intel reveals 5th gen Broadwell Core processors

AMD reveals full line up of FreeSync monitors

Sony unveils new products including Walkman and smartglasses

Samsung’s new portable SSD and 105-inch bendable TV

Razer launches open-source virtual reality headset

Intel promises to spend $300m to diversify its workforce

Asus unveils Transformer Book Chi series and Zenfones

CEA predicts industry revenues will reach $223.2b in 2015

Roccat debuts new gaming peripherals

New software allows users to build Lego with just their eyes

More VR devices unveiled, rivaling Oculus Rift

Smartphone charger can boost power in one minute first UK retailer to stock new Seagate hard drives

Intel Compute Stick priced after firm unveils wearable chip

Turtle Beach enters PC keyboard and mouse market

Razer unveils Forge Android TV

Fake Apple Watches sold at CES

Read our CES 2015 Daily Digital Editions here

Spider dress uses Intel Edison to fend off personal space offenders

Check out our Facebook gallery of CES 2015 here.

Image source: CES

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