The Annual CES Expo, or the Consumer Electronic Show, put together by the Consumer Electronic Association is probably the single most influential annual trade show that has an effect on your daily life. It is the platform where the new gadgets, toys, tablets and must-have first see the eyes of investors, buyers, and developers. Before the first day was even over, reporters from Wired.com had already seen some gadgets that promise to be gamechages in the upcoming years.

From an ergonomic albeit upside down qwerty keyboard for your devices to the creepily named activity monitoring device called “Mother, ” this year’s newest consumer electronics all strive for interactivity, like many of their predecessors. The full list of wired’s first day CES finds can be found here.

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