8 CES Gadgets You Have To See

, January 11, 2013 Sure, the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) is a giant circus, but it always features something revolutionary, or at least oddly interesting. Maybe even useful. Here are eight compelling products that emerged from the show; judge for yourself how useful they might (eventually) be.
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HAPIfork Smart Utensil

Watching your weight? Why not get your utensils to help? HAPILabs' smart utensil HAPIfork counts the number of times you move food from your plate to your mouth. It warns you if you're eating too fast, and it collect stats that are uploadable via USB to a laptop or smartphone to help track the interval between bites, length of time it took to eat a meal, and other details interesting to...someone, probably. Price isn't set yet, but you can pre-order here.

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