CES 2018: A robot that picks up cat poop, a stink bracelet and other oddities



We find a handful of interesting products — including radiation-proof undies — at the Eureka Park exhibition at CES 2018. Interested in a cat poop robot? A stink baracelet? Some of the oddest tech we found at CES was at Eureka Park, and now you can follow our weird device-filled journey.

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8 thoughts on “CES 2018: A robot that picks up cat poop, a stink bracelet and other oddities

  • January 17, 2018 at 5:36 am
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    Patrick is funny, he should appear in more CNET videos.

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  • January 17, 2018 at 5:36 am
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    Wow about idiotic anti radiation product. Do they not realise that covering only one part of your body with metal can magnify radiation? Anyways there is no evidence that radiation produced by cell phone radios, wifi signals, or microwaves are harmful to the human body. This is because they are no ionizing

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