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Drones everywhere at CES

Parrot Jumping Sumo leaps onto favorites list

Parrot mini-drone will walk on the ceiling

DJI Phantom 2 Drone hovers over CES 2014

Pilot from your smartphone

Ozobots zooming off tablets onto tables

iRobot introduces new Scooba 450

Keecker's mini robot is mobile home automation

Neato XV Essential cleans up at CES 2014

Moneual Rydis H68 Pro aims to compete with multi-function

Sphero 2B

LAS VEGAS -- Accompanied by a telltale buzzing noise, drones are flying above conference-goers' heads around the CES 2014 showrooms more than ever before. Here, Vanessa Hand from CNET en Español shows off a drone flying at the CES Unveiled Sunday night.
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Parrot had its Jumping Sumo drone on display at CES 2014. The drone can leap as high as 2.5 feet, with video viewable on your tablet or smartphone.
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CNET's Luke Westaway takes Parrot's upcoming mini-drone out for a spin. The tiny drone runs for up to 10 minutes, with wheels that also allow it to walk on the floor or ceiling.
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CNET's Bridget Carey gets hands-on with the DJI Phantom 2 Drone at CES 2014. The drone -- and its pricier sibling -- can be used to shoot video from above.
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DJI Innovations' S1000, on the other hand, is for the professional cameraman. This higher-end drone is built to carry a Canon 5D Mark II or Mark III.
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These cute little robots want to take their virtual game into reality. Able to follow mazes on paper or tablet screen, Ozobot showed off the spherical game robots at CES 2014. A Kickstarter will follow this month.
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iRobot introduced a redesigned Scooba 450 robotic floor scrubber at CES 2014. The new model, retailing for $599, claims to remove 99.3 percent of the gross stuff on your floors, including bacteria like E. coli.
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The Keecker mini-robot, revealed at CES 2014, promises to do it all: bring home entertainment, as well as audio and video capture, anywhere in your house. Not only will it project video and let you browse the Web; it also has sensors that allow you to remotely monitor your home.
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CNET appliances editor Ry Crist checked out the Neato XV Essential robotic vacuum at CES 2014, and compared it to other robotic vacuums we've reviewed.
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The Moneual Rydis H68 Pro aimed to wow CES 2014 with its multiple functions: dry mop, wet mop, and vacuum.
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We got some hands-on time with the Sphero 2B, a quirky robot toy you can control with your phone. You can see video of the Sphero in action here.
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