Sci-TechTechnologyUK In Pictures: Top gadgets showcased at CES in Las Vegas By PA News - January 12, 2019 Paid Facebook Twitter Google+ Pinterest WhatsApp The Omron artificial intelligence-powered FORPHEUS robot, which acts as a table tennis tutor, which made its debut at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas. This year’s Consumer Electronics Show (CES) has drawn to a close in Las Vegas. The CES welcomed more than 180,000 visitors over four days, viewing more than 20,000 new gadgets. Here are some of the best on show… The Royole Corporation showcased FlexPai, the world’s first foldable screen smartphone (Martyn Landi/PA) Smart vehicle technology was centre-stage for much of the show – including the Mercedes-Benz Vision Urbanetic (John Locher/AP) The Byton M-Byte SUV (John Locher/AP) Inside the Byton M-Byte SUV – which boasts a 48-inch, feature-packed touchscreen (John Locher/AP) But flashy vehicles weren’t the only ones on show in Las Vegas – this John Deere combine harvester is powered by AI (Martyn Landi/PA) Scorpion, a mounted machine gun with 3D gaming experience made by VR Leo USA for the virtual reality game Black Shield (Martyn Landi/PA) A gamer tries his hand at American Football in virtual reality (Martyn Landi/PA) Meanwhile, tech industry heavyweight Samsung showcased a retail assistance robot (Martyn Landi/PA) The robot was one of a number of smart devices unveiled by Samsung – also among them was Bot Care, which can track vital signs using a built-in fingerprint scanner (John Locher/AP) Samsung also launched the Family Hub smart fridge, featuring virtual assistant Bixby, which will allow users to control other smart appliances around the home, including speakers and robot vacuum cleaners (John Locher/AP) Google took visitors for a ride, literally, as it showcased its voice-enabled digital assistant technology (Ross D Franklin/AP) The Breadbot automatic bread-baking machine was unveiled by Wilkinson Baking Company (John Locher/AP) Sony recruited music star Pharrell Williams to help launch its new surround sound technology. Here he’s pictured with group president and chief executive Kenichiro Yoshida, left, and Sony Music Entertainment chief executive Rob Stringer (Ross D Franklin/AP) Last but not least, LG showcased a TV which can be rolled up to store away (John Locher/AP) The LG Signature OLED R is a fully flexible screen which rolls itself up into a soundbar-carrying base when not in use (LG) A group of Robotis Mini robots kept the crowds entertained in Las Vegas (Martyn Landi/PA) This article is available to subscribers. Click here to login or get access.