Rollable TVs and butler robots: Gadgets that caught our eye at CES 2019

Las Vegas (CNN Business)A visit to CES, the annual consumer electronics show, is like wandering through 2.7 million square feet of a SkyMall catalog. There were more connected treadmills, weights and workout equipment than we could count. A new BowFlex service offers on-demand classes on its elliptical machines. JaxJox’s smart $349 kettlebell tracks your reps and sets and FightCamp’s equipment setup is complete with punch-tracking sensors, a pair of boxing gloves and wraps, a free-standing punching bag and a mat. But at $995, it’s not for the casual fighter and requires a monthly membership of $39 to access unlimited online workouts. AI is everywhere, even the wilderness Artificial intelligence was the buzzword of CES 2019. Television makers said they’re adding …