Showcasing the wacky to the wondrous, this year’s international Consumer Electronics Show (CES) opened on Tuesday in Las Vegas, drawing more than 4,500 companies this week as well as over 180,000 people from 150 countries. But this year, a few key exhibitors are notably missing. Twenty percent fewer Chinese exhibitors attended this year’s show compared to 2018. Why such a dramatic drop? Of the Chinese companies who did make it this year, which of their products are generating the most buzz? Discussion guests are Professor of Investment at Peking University in Las Vegas; Matthew Brennan, co- founder of the China Channel from Guangzhou; and from New Jersey via Skype, Scott Schober, president and CEO of Berkeley Varitronics Systems, and also an author and cyber expert.
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