CES 2016 has become a paradise of sorts for tech lovers everywhere, and we’re practically just a couple of weeks into the new year. Were there any quotable quotes to be heard? You bet!
#OHatCES is teeming with funny or revealing quips snatched up by attentive ears over at the Nevada convention. Allow us to give you a sampler of all the quotes:
With #OHatCES, someone got very concerned about a doggie do-over for the entire planet:
“(looking at a dog robot) They’re going to take over the world. They might look cute now, but it’s going to happen.” #OHatCES #CES2016
— Ashley Gamin Kim (@Asheye_Kim) January 7, 2016
And then there were some parents on the floor who sighed in relief.
#OHatCES imagine, a drone for babies, NEVER CARRY A BABY AGAIN! #CES2016
— The Illustrious (@richandcreamy) January 10, 2016
Well, that’s one way to get some truly unique service.
#OHatCES “I don’t care if it’s $30, I want a monkey to make me a drink” #CES2016
— Matt Case (@mattcase) January 7, 2016
A man, taking a picture of a camera, with a camera. #OHatCES #CES2016 pic.twitter.com/TML1aD8OX8
— DefinitiveTechnology (@DefinitiveTech) January 7, 2016
When you realize the futility of wi-fi in a jam-packed space.
“Do I even bother trying to get on the wifi?” #OHatCES #ces2016
— Connor Finnegan (@ConnorFinnegan) January 6, 2016
There are some folks who do acknowledge that yes, Murphy’s Law still does take effect even in the face of cutting-edge tech.
‘Ideally, if everything worked the way it was supposed to, this would…’ -Every rep on set up day #OHatCES @mashabletech
— Corinne M. (@TechTechTweet) January 5, 2016
But… aren’t they kinda the same thing…?
Overheard at #CES2016…”I love innovation. I just don’t like change that much.” #OHatCES
— Vicki Lins (@VickiLins) January 5, 2016
We do hope that passport and owner got reunited.
#OHatCES “if anyone is missing a Malaysian passport…”
— Rebecca Borison (@borisonr) January 6, 2016
Amidst all the tech and futuristic wonders, people just wanted to lie down for a bit.
“I’m gonna put my head down for a minute.” #OHatCES The fatigue is setting in
— Connor Finnegan (@ConnorFinnegan) January 7, 2016