Walking around the show floor at CES 2018 is amazing, but it can be really hectic.
There is one booth here that is setting itself apart from the rest, and that is Toto, the makers of smart toilets and other bathroom fixtures, but here they have an all new product Called the Floating Tub.
It is a $19,000 marble covered bathtub that has all sorts of integrated tech, but the coolest thing is that it is designed to mimic zero gravity, basically the feeling of floating in space.
So the way they do this, is with the design in the bottom of the bathtub.
It has integrated jets That are designed to sort of buoy your feet up into the air, and make it feel like you're actually floating, but you'll be in the bathtub.
It also has a panel on the inside where you can make adjustments.
You can turn on a LED light panel that goes along the bottom side of the outside of the tub, which It's supposed to add ambiance to mood lighting to the whole bathroom experience.
It also has a built-in pillow that also has an integrated faucet that is designed to bring water around your neck for an even more relaxing experience.
It's also adjustable if you have people of different heights using the bath tub.
Again this thing is Almost $20,000 but it's so cool and looks so amazing that I really wanna test it at the CNET smart home when it becomes available in the third quarter of this year.
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