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by Iyaz Akhtar @iyaz
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Our three favorite things out of CES 2017
Roger, Ben and Iyaz wrap up their coverage of CES 2017 by messing with a flying camera and then telling the world what they loved most at the biggest electronics show in the world.
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Wrapping up our time at the biggest tech show of the year, we talk up our favorites from the event, including the Hushme "voice mask" and a gadget from Tactai that gives you the sensation of touching things while in virtual reality.
Zero Zero Robotics co-founder MQ Wang visited the CNET stage at CES in Las Vegas and showed off his company's Hover Camera Passport, a quadcopter fitted with a 13-megapixel camera.
We also hit on two big trends at CES: virtual reality and 5G.
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