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This robo kitty from Elephant Robotics is ideal for techies who may be allergic, or for people who need to test a kitty out before getting the actual fur version. Once MarsCat is programmed, the automated cat "behaves as a regular cat," and just does whatever it wants to do.
No longer marvel at those comparatively tiny 60" screens at the local Best Buy because Samsung's latest TV offers a fill-the-wall, see-every-pore 292" of media. And if this version is too big for your man cave, there are four other options: 88-, 93-, 110-, and 150" screens.
Kohler's Numi toilet, a $7,000 toilet with Bluetooth, features ambient lighting, hands-free controls, and a heated seat to take the drag out of your daily constitutional. And this luxurious toilet is a relative bargain compared to Toto's Neorest NX1 toilet, which retails for $10,000.
Segway brought the much-needed self-balancing tech to CES 2020, along with the S-Pod, an indoor-outdoor personal transportation solution. It can speed along up to 24 mph and will definitely get the rider a lot of attention in public.
The regret is so high with actual tattoos, it's no surprise how popular this super fun booth was at CES 2020. It retails for $269, but cosmetic-grade ink cartridges are pricey ($99 for black, $149 for color). Each cartridge can make up to 1,000 tattoos.
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