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Robots are everywhere at CES this year, and Ubtech’s biped contains multitudes. The Walker is prepared to tackle your security needs, patrolling your home’s perimeter, detecting motion and recording incidents with its integrated camera. And when it’s quitting time, it can dance and play games. Pretty good for a robot with no arms.

It makes perfect sense in this day and age for everything else to obtain a “smart” label attached to it, and Milo is no different. In fact, Milo takes pride in being the very first combination smart speaker and home hub that boasts of Z-Wave Plus as well as the Google Assistant, now how about th…

The Ultimate DIY Tesla Kit If you’re fascinated by the idea of electricity, or you’ve idealized Tesla for as long as you can remember, you might enjoy the Tesla coil kit. It’s a DIY model that actually works, and it’s more than it appears to be. Whether you’re new to…

We’ve seen this concept before, but that doesn’t make it any less impressive. It’s an HD projector that can supplement your game display by filling your walls with action as you play. It’s still just a prototype, but a girl can dream.

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There are a boatload of companies offering firewalls to stand between your home network and the evil outsiders who want to compromise your security. At least this one’s cute and relatively inexpensive.

No one should ever drive drunk, but it can be difficult to monitor your blood alcohol content levels without taking a breathalyzer test. While there are some small breathalyzers ar on the market, they can be clumsy and awkward to use in public. Proof is a unique and elegant solution to this problem, as it’s a wearable wristband that can discretely analyze you BAC levels through your skin. The makers of Proof managed to earn nearly twice what they were asking for after launching a successful crowdfunding campaign. The wristband is set to begin shipping at full production capacity in late 2017. 

3.In order to make it convenient for using and prevent abnormality occurring to memory card which will result in damaging software tool, it is suggested to copy/make a backup of the tool into your computer for saving.

Sure, it’s a prototype, but it works — literally. The Aeolus robot can clean your house, pick up after you and keep an eye on things while you’re away. Plus, it has Alexa built in so you can express your gratitude (or disappointment).

Having trouble getting yours kids to brush their teeth? The solution is finally here! This cool little gadget will not only amaze your guests but will also make your kids excited just to use the tap. The LED faucet light nozzle is just a pure example awesome electronics. One advice, don’t miss out on this cool cheap gadget!

Brush teeth, kill monsters, prevent cavities. Wait, go back one. The Magik smart toothbrush uses computer vision technology, motion tracking and your phone’s front-facing camera to power an augmented reality gaming app. Sounds like fun.

Listen to music from your smartphone, tablet or other Bluetooth-enabled device on your car stereo, without running any cables, with the RadioShack Bluetooth Cassette Adapter. Just pair this handy, cassette-shaped Bluetooth receiver with your device then pop it into your vehicle’s cassette deck to play all your favorite MP3 tunes through your car’s speakers

This console-style controller is compatible with a swath of new and classic PC games, as well as “console port” versions. Robustly built, it has the general shape and weight of a PlayStation controller.

Editor’s Note: A new version of the Stream 11 became available on Aug. 24 for $199, and the Stream 14 is available on Sept. 17 for $219. You can get them both at HP.com. This ultra-portable 11-inch, 2.6-pound laptop runs Windows 10 with 2GB of RAM memory. It has a solid state drive, so it’s fanless and very quiet. The battery life is up to 10 hours and 45 minutes.

Christmas decorative fanatic? Well then Lumenplay bluetooth LED Christmas lights is perfect for you! control the colors and patterns with bluetooth! this is what technology has come to, control everything with by hand.

My Ravpower 3.0 charger and Anker USB cables. Best $30 I have ever spent ($20 for charger, $10 for cables). The cables are awesome and seem indestructible, and the charger is incredibly fast and well built. —d4990af6f8

Not everyone has pets to lie on their feet and keep them toasty. So Sleep Number made a bed that knows when you’ve got cold feet and turns heat on at the bottom of the bed. In theory, the mattress changes its Sleep Number settings to compensate for changes in position and while it can’t stop someone snoring, if it senses you are, it raises your head to reduce your volume.

HTC is upping its virtual reality game. The new Vive Pro will offer enhanced resolution, integrated headphones and, perhaps most important, a new wireless adaptor that will let you finally roam virtual worlds untethered.

Lenovo’s long-running ThinkPad lineup is getting some worthwhile new additions at this year’s CES. Both new ThinkPad computers include a dazzling HDR display, a built-in physical webcam cover, and far-field microphones for speaking to Amazon’s Alexa and Microsoft’s Cortana. The two laptops also run on Intel’s newest eighth-generation processors.

Recharge your USB devices with solar power. The cost of energy is getting more and more expensive and not too mention bad for the environment so it’s nice to see a gizmo come along that helps with both of these problems. This portable solar charger will allow you to…

Smart glasses are far from a new invention. The glasses, which project information onto your retina as you go about your day, once came with clunky equipment attached. Cameras, extra appendages, and microphones made the glasses a bit of an eyesore that easily led to unwanted attention directed at their wearers. Intel’s new Vaunt glasses, however, offer a streamline design that’s vastly more user friendly. The glasses look exactly like regular eyeglasses and are available in various prescription lenses. This means users can enjoy the benefits of the glasses throughout the day without attracting unwanted stares or having to deal with uncomfortable equipment. 

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