The highlight of the company's new range is a shotgun with self-contained bullets of electrical agony.
Taser International showed off its latest devices at the Alameda Sheriff's Office Regional Training Center in Dublin, Calif.
Geeks love electricity and guns, so, when a company brings both together and paints the result bright yellow, we can't help but get excited.
A "third eye" GPS-enabled device by Taser International that wraps around the head, set to debut sometime in the third quarter, could help law enforcement with evidence gathering.
At CES 2007, we take a look at the Taser C2 with backstage crew member Doug Platz. The C2 is a redesign of the model that was sold commercially to everyday citizens.
School bus technology is improving Humvee safety, the Department of Homeland Security goes social, and a Taser apparently ignites gas fumes around a suspect.
And not only that--with the new untethered XREP, you'll be able to zap someone using a standard 12-gauge shotgun.
The existence of this Hello Kitty taser gun makes me want to open it up and point it at my head.
At CES 2007 in Las Vegas, ZDNet Executive Editor David Berlind looks at a new personal protection device from Taser. The non-lethal weapon is designed for self-defense and consumer use.
It's the perfect accessory for the new leopard-print stun gun.