The annual Consumer Electronics Show (CES), largest of its kind in the world, is held between Jan. 5 and 8 in Las Vegas.
The four-day event is brimming with Chinese faces, which presents to the world the increasingly dazzling Chinese creations.
CES 2017 has attracted over 3,800 companies worldwide, with 1,300 plus from China, according to data from the Consumer Technology Association, and show organizers.
National tech juggernauts like Huawei, Lenovo, ZTE, TCL, Xiaomi and LETV are going to unveil their stunning innovative products.
Renowned as the world's leading global Information Communications Technology solutions provider, Huawei is the darling of CES show, expected to display its latest flagship products.
Huawei is going to launch its Future Mobile Plan, where up-to-date AI, VR and relevant technologies will be integrated.
Chinese mobile giant ZTE released its crowdsourced Hawkeye phone.
The phone makes clients as direct developers, designers, and publishers, and is expected to become globally available in the third quarter of 2017.
Lenovo, a regular of CES, also makes its presence in Las Vegas with cutting-edge products.
ThinkPad series remains on the front burner of Lenovo's R&D landscape, aiming a new high of its brand fame.
Chinese enterprises also stand out in some areas closer to people's daily lives.
For instance, among the 11 enterprises exhibiting in the new "sleeping technology" booth, there are four from China.