CES 2020 Liveblog (Tuesday): Photos and News of All the CES Gadget Madness

Welcome to our CES 2020 liveblog! The WIRED crew is on the ground here in Las Vegas to touch, test, prod, and fondle all of the latest rolling robots, folding phones, and talking fridges. This liveblog is the place where we'll report all of our findings. We'll have videos, photos, written dispatches, and of course some lulz.Tuesday is the first day of the week when CES is in full swing. The expo hall opens to the public, the much-hyped internet privacy panel is taking place, and Ivanka Trump will be dropping in for a visit to talk about the future of work.

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WIRED's CES Coverage
  • CES Liveblog Day 1
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  • 10 Neatest Things We've Seen at CES
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  • CES Trends We Expect to See
  • Mind Control Devices at CES
  • All Our CES 2020 Articles
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Bend It Like a Bracelet

ToughTested ProComm 2 neckband-style earbudsPhotograph: Louryn Strampe

This hundred-dollar headset has mixed reviews across the ‘net so far, but I didn’t check it out for the sound, noise cancelling, water resistance, or call clarity. Nope. I heard it could bend like a pipe cleaner, and that it did. These are the most flexible headphones I've ever seen.

Forget folding phones and trendy, delicate gadgets! I want more tech that I can treat terribly. The ProComm 2 look durable enough to wear as a bracelet, cram in my pocket, stuff in a purse of any size, or wind around my backpack strap, and that's worth something.