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Not only does this chair have an adjustable arm to hold your tablet, but sensors near your hand can read your body's state and through a connected app on your tablet, will recommend or select appropriate massage settings for you.
Touch screens are not just for Wacom Cintiq users anymore.
This "bracelet" allows the giver to send love messages to the wearer through a light-up heart symbol.
Skydrop allows you to automate your home's sprinkler system from an app on your device, and even incorporates local weather reports into it's recommended timing for watering your lawn.
Whoosh is a plant-based nontoxic screen cleaning solution appropriate for phones, tablets, and even camera lenses.
The Energizer Homelife is an all-in-one wireless charger (for your Google Nexus 5 or similar phones with built-in wireless charging), dimmable nightstand lamp, and alarm clock for your nightstand.
The South Hall has an amazing array of cases for your phone or tablet. Here's an example of some interesting wooden designs from Pure and Simple.
This robotic seat from 4Moms has various programs of movement and rocking to calm your baby or to put him or her to sleep.
If you like to watch makeup tutorials on your iPod and follow along in the mirror, this might be just the thing for you.
The South Hall's bottom floor is home to a vast collection of health-tracking devices, apps, and tech integrations that are competing in this blooming market.
By far the flashiest computer case we've seen, this custom build by Tou had a tempered glass exterior.
Muse, a brain-sensing headband, aims to help you "manage stress and and settle your mind."