The latest version of Ring, by Logbar, was unveiled at CES 2015. The cloud control device allows you to do things such as play music from your phone or close curtains using gestures programmed into a smart phone app.
The $269.99 device was named as the 2015 CES innovation awards Honoree in November 2014.3. Intelligent Skateboards
The IO Hawk is a "Intelligent mobility device" which can travel at 6.2 mph. It is powered by batteries and moves in response to pressure from your feet.
The $1,799.99 device is 4.3 inches high and created a real buzz among the CES crowd.
Toshiba unveiled its concept robot, ChihiraAico.
ChihiraAico is probably the most realistic robot you've ever seen, and according to Toshiba will be used in the healthcare industry.
The aim was to make a service robot which looked and behaved like a human, but some CES attendees did not find it comforting at all.
5. Super Chargers