Friday is day three of the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.
The annual show attracts more than 150,000 people from 150 countries to Las Vegas each year. Approximately 3,600 companies participate and the conference program features more than 200 sessions.
Action News was back at CES on day three to take a look at more products that are being featured.
Among the items, Laura Hubbard showed the Nox Smart Sleep Light, which provides a light to slowly wake you up and put you to sleep. It also tracks sleeping habits.
High-tech homes have also been highlighted throughout the week.
Record players have also risen in popularity and were a common sight at CES.
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