(Las Vegas, NV) -- The largest electronics showcase in the world opens its doors to the press Monday. The 2014 International CES, formerly known as the Consumer Electronics Show, officially gets underway the following day in Las Vegas. Although it won't be open to the general public, the trade show is expected to draw about 150-thousand people and more than 32-hundred exhibitors. On display this year will be more cars with Internet capability; cheaper 4-K television sets; new devices that monitor your health; and more laptop computers that convert to tablets and vice versa. There will also be new 3-D printers, with some starting as low as 500 dollars.
CES runs through the 10th at the Las Vegas Convention Center.