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Self-driving suitcases; bread-making robots; pore-sensing mirrors; beer-tracking refrigerators; and smart airbags for cyclists.

Yes, it’s time for another CES.

GeekWire is on the ground in Las Vegas this week for the annual Consumer Electronics Show, a giant consumer tech conference where more than 180,000 people from around the world gather for a glimpse of the future.

Companies big and small — from heavyweights such as Amazon and Google to smaller startups, including several from the Seattle region — are showing off their latest technology across a variety of industries.

GeekWire reporter and video producer Starla Sampaco had a chance to check out some fun products on Sunday at CES Unveiled, a media expo where companies demo their goods before CES officially opens to the public this week. See the videos below for product demos and be sure to follow us on Twitter as we report from the ground in Las Vegas this week at CES.

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