CNET covered plenty during our four days of Computex in Taiwan. Here are the gadgets that stood out.
Rosewill's Chic-C powerbank comes with three 1,000mAh packs that combine into one using magnets. You can also add more for an incredibly large amount of battery power to charge your gadget.
The Altek Cubic is a cute standalone 13-megapixel camera that can connect wirelessly to your smart device.
This allows you to get creative with your shots, or remain at a comfortable distance away so as not to scare off that stray cat you're trying to take a picture of.
This Asus gadget looks like an air freshener, but it's actually a wireless storage device that you can pair with your smartphone using NFC. It comes with 32GB of onboard storage, and has an expandable SD card slot for even more space.
Here's a GPS Pet Tracker you can attach to the collar of your pet when bringing it out for a walk.
Fancy taking a video of your fall in epic 4K Ultra HD resolution? Now you can with this.
Something cool and something new? Take a guess and let us know.
Asus' newest midrange gaming line Strix has a pair of owl-inspired headsets. Just try not to get engaged in a staring contest and you'll be fine.
Japanese gadgets tend to come water- and dust-proof, and this Fujitsu laptop is no different.
Light bulbs you shouldn't buy
There are plenty of dimmable LED light bulbs, but make sure you don't buy the ones that flicker when you dial them down.