CES 2018 has passed but coverage still continues. There’s no doubt you’re seeing many articles about the gadgets and gizmos from CES 2018 that will make your life easier or more connected. Matt Kamla (a listener of the podcast) and Michael Prince from Family Tech Blog both attended CES this year and shared some of the things they were excited to see. In addition, I shared three things from CES that caught my eye. From VR to conductive ink, here are the things we’re excited about from CES 2018. Matt’s CES 2018 Picks HoloKit is a low-cost open-source mixed reality experience, which includes the HeadKit cardboard headset and TrackKit software. With your smartphone and Mixed Reality apps, HoloKit provides you access to the world of Mixed Reality right in your hands, affordably. Oculus Rift is the 400-lb gorilla when it comes to virtual reality. Kits can be quite expensive but the experience is some of the best you’ll find on the market that consumers can get their hands on. Kits start at $399 on Amazon. HaptX, Sense Glove, and BeBop Sensors all introduced VR gloves that provide excellent haptic feedback for virtual environments. Prices for devices like these are quite expensive and many are not available for purchase yet. Look for tech like this to miniaturize and make its way into more affordable, user-friendly accessories. Michael’s CES 2018 Picks Botley lets children as young as 5 can learn to code with Botley, and with his advanced features, he’ll grow with them for many play-filled years to come. Botley is ready to use right out of the box – he’ll have kids coding in minutes. And that’s not all that makes Botley unique; he’s 100% screen-free, and the only coding robot that includes a 45-piece set! Prices for Botley start at $59. Beyond Tablet is a smart tablet without a screen.