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Gadgets: Temporary tattoo machine

Check out this fun temporary tattoo printer from startup Prinker. The $269 device, called the Prinker S, is a small black handheld gadget that can hold black ($99) or color ($149) cosmetic-grade ink cartridges (sold separately). The ink is expensive, but Prinker claims each cartridge is good for 1,000 tattoos. 

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Gadgets: The Segway S-Pod

Segway presented what it calls the S-Pod. It definitely looks like someone carved out an egg and slapped some wheels on it, but there’s much more to it than that.

In Segway speak, the S-Pod is a “first-class smart transporting pod” that it thinks airports, theme parks and other venues will take a liking to. Imagine mall security rolling up in a fleet of these bad boys. No, think of the Paul Blart: Mall Cop trilogy that could be.

Read more: Segway S-Pod is a maneuverable egg you can sit in

$750 at Amazon

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Gadgets: Kohler Moxie Shower Head CES 2020

If you love to sing in the shower, you have plenty of options when it comes to waterproof Bluetooth speakers. The most seamless way to integrate sound into your shower is with a built-in speaker, something Kohler has offered before in its Moxie line of shower heads with wireless speakers. Kohler is revamping this line in 2020 with the addition of a new showerhead with built-in audio from Harman Kardon. 

Read moreLove to sing in the shower? Kohler has the showerhead for you

$750 at Amazon

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Gadgets: Razr’s Eracing Simulator

The Razer Eracing Simulator concept is a high-end racing seat and display that it might at some point build on a case-by-case basis for esports racing leagues it partners with. It combines a hydraulic racing seat, a projection screen and a high-end gaming wheel and pedals into a single gigantic product. 

Read more: The Razer Eracing Simulator probably costs more than your car

$750 at Amazon

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Gadgets: Narwal mop and vacuum robot

Once it’s done cleaning up a mess, the Narwal T10 vacuum-cleaner robot can clean clean itself. It even has a tank of clean water inside so it can mop your floor, too. After it finishes the job, it moves the dirty water to a second tank and uses clean water from its first tank to take a quick bath. Best of all? It’s controlled with an app that lets you create a layout of your home.

Read more: This mop and vacuum robot cleans itself so you don’t have to

$750 at Amazon

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Gadgets: Wello Family

Got an extra $9,000 and the urge to own a bike that’s also a car? The Wello Family is your solar-powered middle-ground solution. At 7.4 feet in length and 2.7 feet in width, the French-made vehicle is designed for an adult rider with one adult passenger or two kids in the back.

Read more: Wello Family offers a bike-car mashup for nearly $9,000

$750 at Amazon

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Gadgets: Delta’s exoskeleton

OK, now here’s something cool — a wearable exoskeleton from Delta, the Guardian XO, designed to help ramp agents lift heavy loads. The battery-powered wearable robot can help you safely lift up to 200 pounds.

Read more: Delta Air Lines sees a future in robotics

$750 at Amazon

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Gadgets: Virtual pinball

A tragic report from CNET’s Mark Serrels describes the virtual pinball machines discovered at CES 2020: “These are essentially screens embedded in a box shaped like a pinball machine. They do a great job of removing everything interesting about pinball machines: the tactile feeling of bouncing weighty metal balls off metal components. They are an empty husk. Avoid.”

Read more: The weirdest video game things I saw at CES 2020

$750 at Amazon

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Gadgets: Neon, the ‘artificial human’

The head of Samsung’s Neon AI project, Star Labs’ Pranav Mistry, calls the eerily realistic CGI avatar the world’s first “artificial human.” Neon said its goal is have the realistic digital humans act as teachers, health care advisers and assistants, for example, and they will continually learn and adapt to become unique companions. Welcome to Blade Runner. 

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