What was your favorite CES 2022 announcement?

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CES 2022 has come and gone, and as usual, we're left swimming through a deep pool rich with technology announcements. From living PC cases to high-tech gamer chairs, this CES had a little something for everybody, as the saying goes.

The only question left is: Which announcement blew you away the most? We strongly recommend checking out our best of CES 2022 and top 10 coolest CES 2022 announcements posts before voting so you have all the information possible with which to inform your choice.

If we included every possible option on our poll it'd be too long for its own good, so don't hesitate to go with the "something else" selection and sound off in the comments since there's plenty of interesting CES tech that didn't quite make the cut for its own designated slot in the poll.

As for the items that did, well, it's an intense lineup this year. There's a PC case that literally breathes and looks like it was ripped from the pages of a Deus Ex concept art booklet, there's a high-tech desk that doubles as a PC, and on top of those items, there's even a chair that'll give you a version of the 4D theater experience from the comfort of your home.

Naturally, not all of these items have release dates or even estimated price points, so perhaps you're only excited for the product debuts that have concrete details attached (which is totally understandable). Or maybe you're big on speculative gadgetry and actually prefer the items that are so out-there that they don't even have guarantees of ever coming to market. Regardless of what your pick is, we want to know which item from CES 2022 got you the most amped.

Robert Carnevale

Robert Carnevale is the News Editor for Windows Central. He's a big fan of Kinect (it lives on in his heart), Sonic the Hedgehog, and the legendary intersection of those two titans, Sonic Free Riders. He is the author of Cold War 2395. Have a useful tip? Send it to robert.carnevale@futurenet.com.