Christmas may be behind us, but there are plenty of new tech gadgets and gizmos on display at the Consumer Electronic Show in Las Vegas.

FOX's Brett Larson files this report from the show floor:

It's here the 50th annual Consumer Electronic Show in Las Vegas, where nearly 200,000 people are getting hands on with the very latest technology.

(Dean Martin) "How lucky can one guy be?"

And we've come a long way since the first show:

(Berry) "When the first one in 1967, the new technology was eight-track tapes, cassette tapes and color TV's."

Jim Berry with the Consumer Electronics Association, who tells us this year will go into the history books:

(Berry) "2.6 million square feet of exhibit space, that's over 45 football fields of exhibit space. 3800 exhibitors."

One of them, FaraDay Futures, which unveiled their first production vehicle. An electric car called the FF 91, which goes from 0-60 in 2.3-9 seconds and has a range of almost 400 miles on a charge. You can pre-order the car in March of this year, they plan on shipping in 2018.

At the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Brett Larson, FOX News.

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