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What you missed on day three at CES

An all-electric Chevy Bolt, an insane passenger drone and Intel's new Computer Stick.
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What you missed on day three at CES image
Steve Dent
Steve Dent|@stevetdent|January 7, 2016 11:00 AM

CES 2016: Day 3 Recap

Day three of CES wasn't quite as crazy as day two, but it was still a massive gadget overload. Never fear, though, because we've once again wrapped up the highlights here with a nice neat bow. Topping the list was Chevy's new all-electric Bolt, an EV that lets you travel more than 200 miles on a charge, then top back up to 80 percent within an hour. More insane but far less likely is Ehang's 184 personal drone that can ferry you up to 10 miles, well above the traffic jams. We also saw the stunning, rollable OLED displays from LG. We don't know why we want one, we just know that we do. To catch up, we've got more details in our gallery and the video above.

Gallery: CES 2016 roundup, day three | 10 Photos

  • Chevy takes on Tesla with the all-electric Bolt
  • This passenger drone marries exciting with insane
  • The Icaros VR flying rig tricks you into exercising
  • Intel ups the processing power on its Compute Stick
  • Ninebot turns its Segway scooter into a cutesy robot
  • Intel's dress senses your adrenaline level and reacts accordingly
  • LG brings Intel Core-i7 power to its 2.16 pound Gram laptop
  • LG's rollable OLED screens were shipped from the future
  • Kodak has a 360-degree VR-ready action cam, too
  • Extreme paintball enthusiasts get a heads-up display
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What you missed on day three at CES