The force is strong this holiday season if your looking to spend big on tech.
Spiro's $180 R2-D2 comes with sound effects blinking lights and pre-programmed moves.
It plays along with some other Spiro's toys like the BB-8.
For the ultimate phone upgrade, Apple's iPhone X comes with an edge to edge OLED screen and wireless charging.
A special depth sensing camera uses your face to unlock the phone.
The 64 gigabyte model starts at $1,000.
[SOUND] Or you could come face to face with a $500 DJI Spock, a mini drone that recognizes you Look at the drone and it takes off, then fly it by waving your hand.
It has obstacle detection like DJI's more sophisticated drones and takes aerial photos and video.
For the budding film director, the $500 Rylo camera makes filming 360 degree video easy.
With image stabilization, 4K video looks silky smooth.
Plug it into your phone to watch instantly or re-frame a 360 video into a regular HD clip anyone can watch.
For the gamer in your life, there's the new $500 Xbox One X. It promises better graphics even if you don't have a 4K TV.
Games include Forza 7, Assassin's Creed Origins and Rise of the Tomb Raider Start your own home brewery with BrewHart.
This $800 machine is fully automated with recipe to make ales and lagers.
At the prepackaged ingredients that monitor progress from your phone or the display, Keg and bottles when the brewery us ready to drink.
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