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LoopPay

LoopPay's digital wallet solution lets you tap to pay with a card, a smaller key fob, an iPhone case with an extra battery or a second case with a storage slot for your ID.

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GoTenna

Pair the GoTenna with your smartphone and you can text and share your location even when you don't have standard cellular service.

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The Ring

One of the smallest wearables we've seen so far, the Ring uses built-in sensors to let you control some features on your smartphone through gestures.

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Narrative Clip

The Narrative Clip is small a wearable camera that weighs just 20 grams or 0.7 ounce. It's equipped with both Bluetooth and Wi-Fi for automatically uploading your shots and it supports iOS and Android apps. It comes in white, red and black.

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Withings Activite Pop

The successor device to last year's Withings Activité, the Pop goes on sale on Monday for $150 in the United States. It has many of the same features as its predecessor and it's water-resistant.

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Visijax Cyclewear

Visijax brings wearable technology to cyclists. Its waterproof jackets feature turn indicators on the sleeves and high-intensity LEDs for night visibility.

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Slow Control Baby Glgl

Not just your ordinary baby bottle, the Baby Glgl should eliminate air bubbles and lumps in your baby's formula.

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MyBrain Melomind

The Melomind is supposed to relieve stress while making you look peculiar at the same time.

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Netatmo Welcome

Sharing a simiar design to Netatmo's Urban Weather Station, the Welcome is a security camera that can track your family in the home. Using face recognition, it will send alerts  to tell you who's in view.

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Hearnotes

The Hearnotes wireless headphones are based on a technology called Kleer, which promises superior sound quality to Bluetooth.

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