At this year's CE Week, which takes place in New York, we got to see some new products we'd never seen before, some products we saw back at CES in January that are just about to be released now, and some other funky stuff that's been on the market for a little while.
As far as new stuff goes, JBL released a series of affordable Bluetooth headphones at the show, including the E40 BT (left) and sweat-proof Reflect BT (right), both of which are available in the US (for $100) and the UK (£80).
Otterbox has a new Mophie competitor, the Resurgence (US-only, $100), which has swappable back covers, doubles the battery life of your iPhone 5/5S, and has a little bit of that extra Otterbox protection.
As you can seem the Tablift is a tablet accessory that allows you to prop up your slate in bed. It's available for pre-order in the US for $60.
The company appears to be marketing the product at women.
It's just what every slacker needs.
The Voyce, a health monitor for your dog that we first saw at CES in January, will soon hit the market. In the US, you have to buy the $299 high-tech collar -- it will come in multiple sizes -- and also subscribe to a $15/month service that automatically tracks your dog's stats.
The Voyce dog model was well-trained and would do several tricks for treats.
Ztylus combines a case with a revolving lens system. It's available for the iPhone 5/5S and the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 and Samsung Galaxy 4 (lenses included).
With the lens kit attached.
Fifty Three was showing off its Pencil stylus designed to work with the companies Paper app -- you get all the tools in the app free when you buy the Pencil, which comes in Graphite or Walnut.
I'm not sure exactly what this company's products did, but they seemed to involve a variety of bio-health sensor prototypes, one of which was a wearable for your waist.
The photo speaks for itself.
Braven is billing its $129.99 BRV-Bank as the "world's first Bluetooth-enabled, USB-controlled, ultra-rugged power bank." Inside IPX5 water-resistant rubber exterior you'll find a 6,000mAh battery. It also comes equipped with a flashlight that can be remotely activated with the company's free Remote Battery Monitor app (see next slide).
The companion app for the Braven BRV-Bank.
Braven also gave attendees an early look at it's new 705 Bluetooth speaker.
Promo material for the Braven 703 before it arrives (hopefully) in the next few months.
For those who want to go old-school, there's the Brick, which works as a Bluetooth speakerphone and even accepts its own SIM card if you want to go mobile and be the coolest retro guy (or gal) on the block.
Promo material for The Brick.
Spin Master Toys was showing of its interactive hipster Chatster doll, which seemed to be capable of sending you text messages. Now if she could only write blog posts for CNET.
Henge Docks was displaying its new Vertical MacBook dock. It allows you to easily connect your MacBook to a computer monitor or TV.
Henge Docks also makes an iPhone dock that accepts iPhones with cases on them, as well as iPads.
iStick is billed as the first USB drive with a lightning connector. Its recent Kickstarter campaign raised over $1 million.
If you're interested in getting into 3D printing, you may also want a 3D scanner. At only $579 (converted, about £340 or AU$615), Matter and Form bills its scanner as the first "truly affordable" 3D scanner.
Promo material for Matter and Form 3D scanner.
Next to Matter and Form was the Buccaneer 3D Printer, which allows you to connect with an iPhone app (instead of a computer) to print objects. It's billed as the world's friendliest 3D printer.
MiP is a "balancing toy robot" that sort of looks and acts like a robot riding a Segway. It's controlled by an app.
Controlling MiP with the app.
Remember the Motorola Razr? Well, if you were a fan, you may want to check out this Razr-inspired home cordless phone/answering machine, the iT6.
Yes, Olloclip has finally made a 4-in-1 lens for the iPad Air and iPad Mini (and Mini Retina).
This roughly $2,500 (converted, about £1,470 or AU$2,660) Resound LiNX hearing aid has its own companion iPhone app.
Skulpt Aim, a fitness tracker on steroids, is billed as the "first-ever portable device to accurately measure body composition and muscle quality of each muscle." It's due to be released this fall.
This is what you'll look like if you use the Skulpt Aim. That, plus some good genes.