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Jawbone showed off a powerful portable audio system.
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This robot bear (part cute, part creepy) is intended to comfort the elderly when keeping pets becomes too difficult.
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The Powersource 1800 is a mobile solar panel that charges a unit you can plug your devices into. Great for disasters or wired camping.
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Quirky is an online design community where anyone can submit ideas for inventions, vote on others ideas, and get paid a share of the profits.
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These floor-cleaning robots use Swiffer pads (wet or dry) to clean your floor, and were shown in the video doing an eye-catching 'synchronized dance.'
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This Lenovo IdeaCentre K320 by Modder James Fislar is encased in an acrylic mold that lights up to show performance modes of the fans.
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The marriage of camera, gun, and ipod. Finally.
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Samsung showed off it's sleek new TV featuring a super-thin frame.
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iHealth let's you check your blood pressure with your iPad or iPhone.
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This Lenovo by Modder Jeffrey Stephans has a box made from teak and birds eye maple.
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As your collection of devices grows, sometimes a charging station can be a good solution. Purchase the cases separately for your specific models from Radioshack.
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