The best, the worst and the weirdest of CES 2014

LAS VEGAS--The annual Consumer Electronics Show is never disappointing. The show--the largest trade conference in the United States--attracts players from around the world, both large and small, and they all battle for the attention of the attendee. As a result, the CES show floor is often the site of novelties amazing, strange and laughable--sometimes all at once.

Thus, here's a quick photo tour of some of the more interesting objects and innovations from this year's show. From the big to the small, from the cool to the weird, this is CES. Click here to check it out.

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