Robots? Giant robots? Self-driving giant robots? What is it you're dying to see from Google I/O 2016? (Hint: Robots.)

We're just a week or so away from the Google I/O developer conference, where Google shows developers the ins and outs of what's to come for all of your favorite products. Android. Chrome. VR. Apps. The cloud. Games. Design. Three days of anything and everything Google.

There's something for everyone. Most of it will be geared toward developers, of course. (That tends to happen at a developer conference.) But there's also going to be plenty for those of us on the other end of the equation to take home. Bits and pieces of what's to come in the next major version of Android. (And maybe we'll finally find out what the Android N nickname will be.) Possibly even some new adventures into home entertainment, perhaps?

We'll just have to see, starting with the two-hour keynote address on May 18.

In the meantime — what is it you're hoping to see from Google I/O? New platform features? New toys for app developers to play with? New products from Google itself? The sky's the limit, really (and does anyone else thing there might be some Project Loon balloons lurking above?)

Sing out in the comments and let us know what you're expecting from Google I/O!