Hi, I'm Jason Jenkins for CNET.
I'm here with the Kolibree, which is a toothbrush invented by the people in my country [unk].
This is a toothbrush that knows how long you've brushed for, and how well you brushed.
It syncs to this Apple phone and as you go on brushing, it registers all your brush strokes and you get a little graph on the phone that's sensing how well you've done.
Now what you can do on the app is you can add all different members of your family in there, and what you get is a little graph that shows
how well that you have done compared to all the other members of your family.
I'm talking about the kids, you can see that maybe they have an off day on the 3rd of November, they didn't do it [unk] they didn't do it well enough.
Now it's [unk] company.
This is gonna ship in the third quarter of this year.
It's gonna start at $99.
Looks like a bit of fun.
We'll see how well it does when it comes out.
I'm Jason Jenkins for CNET.
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