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Coffee makers to sleek speakers: UK startups pitch their products at CES

Each power bank is encased in a postage-paid envelope. Once you’ve charged your phone, drop the envelope (and charger) in a mailbox to return it to Quick-e. The company then recycles the envelope, recharges the bank and sells it again.

Another CES first-timer, Michael says he came to Las Vegas to get exposure and eventually sell in the US.

He said he was exhausted, partially because he dragged the red postage box in the previous photo to CES all the way from London.

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