Weirdest Tech Gadgets

The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) is the largest technology event of the year where brand new devices and products are displayed. Oddities are around every corner and so they were at the CES 2020 too.

Let’s take a look at the most bizarre fare of the year 2020.

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The Weirdest Tech We Saw at CES 2020

1. CHARMIN ROLLBOT

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If you are someone who runs out of toilet paper in your bathroom often, then this Charmin Rollbot is perfect for you. The little robot will bring you a spare roll. The vendor partnered with Unit9 to create this smartphone-controlled Charmin Rollbot. The robot connects with your smartphone via Bluetooth.

For now, this Charmin Rollbot is just a prototype and nothing more than just a toy car. Unit9 believes the machine has the potential to become fully autonomous to replenish bathrooms with toilet paper automatically.

2. LULULAB LUMINE SMART MIRROR 

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This was one of the weirdest smart mirrors at CES 2020. The Lululab Lumine Smart Mirror is designed to act as your skincare assistant that can analyze your face to imperfections. Post analyzing the Smart Mirror will also recommend skincare products.

3. SAMSUNG ROTATING TV

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Televisions are really not the strangest thing you can see on the CES floor, but a rotating TV will definitely be one. The Samsung Sero TV automatically spins around to display vertically. The TV is already available in Korea, and the design of the TV allows the viewer to cast vertical Instagram and TikTok videos from their smartphones on a bigger screen.

4. QOOBO

If you wish to enjoy some of the joys of owning a pet without any hassles of really owning a real dog or a cat, then Qooba is definitely something you should consider.

This electronic pillow comes with a tail that wags and moves around in response to stimuli. You can enjoy petting Qoobo, give it pats, and hug it without having worried about their hair fall.

While the concept of Qooba is really interesting, it is equally creepy in real. The faceless, furry pillow looks like a real animal but without eyes, orifices, feet, and other body parts.

5. SAMSUNG BALLIE

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Samsung’s Ballie is another robot companions that coming out of CES 2020. It is a simple ball-shaped device that is equipped with an in-built camera. Samsung Ballie can roll around your entire house to help you with your daily tasks. Ballie also interacts with your other smart home devices.

Ideal for family with pets, this useful tech companion wouldn’t be eaten or buried in the garden.

6. MORARI MEDICAL

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Did you expect to hear about premature ejaculation at CES 2020? Morari Medical is trying to solve this health problem of premature ejaculation through a wearable. The company has come up with a bandage-like prototype that delays ejaculation in males.

The wearable can be under the groin like a patch before the man engages in sexual intercourse.

The product is still being tested.

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