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A small household robot and fitness tech were the stars of the show.
Kris Holt, @krisholt
01.07.20 in AV
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Between CES and the upcoming Unpacked, at which it'll reveal its next flagship mobile devices, Samsung has already set itself up for a jam-packed year. Even before its keynote, Samsung was having a busy CES, having revealed several TVs, laptops (including a 4K Chromebook) and a Galaxy S10 Lite and Note 10 Lite in the leadup to the event. But it still had some things to showcase, including a spherical robot called Ballie Samsung suggests will be able to manage your smart home.

The press conference had a major focus on fitness, featuring Samsung's Gait Enhancing & Motivating System (GEMS) exoskeleton. Samsung also revealed a pair of augmented reality glasses, which it used for a workout-oriented demo. If the rest of Samsung's year is anything like how it's kicking off 2020, it might not give us a chance to catch our breath as we enter what it calls the "Age of Experience."

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