By Shira Lazar
January 11, 2014 at 04:09 PM EST

With more than 150,000 attendees and 3,000 exhibitors, this year’s Consumer Electronics Show in Vegas proved to be one of the biggest in its history. Some of the biggest trends included 3-D printers, wearable tech, headphones galore, 4K, and curved TVs.

And while the Super Bowl of Tech boasts industry professionals, techies, and early adopters, the conference is also known for its fair share of celebs endorsing the next big brands and products in tech.

Billionaire entrepreneur and Shark Tank investor Mark Cuban made an appearance at the Samsung press conference and roamed the floor revealing what he thinks the next big thing in tech will be and how to really get his attention with an investment pitch:

Rohan Marley spoke about bringing the Marley brand to a whole new generation and level with the House of Marley products and lifestyle:

Shaq proved size doesn’t matter and geeked out on the set of What’s Trending live:

Nick Cannon kept himself busy DJ’ing by night and pimping out his Ncredible line of audio products, as well as announcing two new TV shows with the Monster brand:

Vanilla Ice helped YouTube star Andre Meadows bring back the “Ninja Rap” song and dance at the Samsung Smart Lounge on the CES show floor:

Shira Lazar is the founder and host of the web series What’s Trending.