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8 technical products you didn't know you needed until now

LAS VEGAS – The technology world originates in Las Vegas this week for the Consumer Electronics Show – one of the industry's biggest events during the year.

Analysts, exhibitors and media pored over the new technology that can change our future – and some that may not even pass it by next year. In the middle of the show stops you will find products you didn't even know you needed until you saw them in all their (sometimes confusing) honor.

Here are eight things you didn't know you needed until right now: [19659002] OK, this is actually pretty cool. Heatworks & # 39; Duo Carafe immediately heats or cools your water depending on which side you pour from.

Do tea? Put some water in the Duo Carafe (which also doubles as a filter), then pour from the right side. Are you parched after a run? Pour to the left and you immediately have cool water.

It's like your Britta and your teakettle had a baby.

The only problem? The company has not yet set a release date or a price, so keep an eye on their website.

BreadBot is a bread maker that mixes, kneads, bakes and cools bread without any human intervention. Oh, and it can make 235 bread a day. When the bread has cooled down, you can press a button to choose which bread you want and it will be a bread machine.

If you don't have a huge family or feed a small army, you probably don't need a BreadBot in your home – but you can start seeing them in your local bakeries or food stores. You can order your bread on an app and specify which ingredients you want your bread bread and when you pick it up. And, if you feel really good looking, you can even engrave your loaf with personalized messages.

Do you like this towel razor store feel when you get shaving? Gillette wants to help you recreate it with a heated razor. Instead of adding extra blades, the razor has a "hot rod" that keeps your face, legs, armpits (and anything else you shave) warm during the process.

However, this is not a Dollar Shave Club nonsense. The barber costs $ 150.

If you ever "eyeballed" it while filling a pan with water boil, help is coming! Kohler will release the Sensate Smart Crane, which lets you turn on and off the water or deliver a measured amount of water, all through voice commands.

Never reach for that glass gauge again (unless of course, cook with something other than water). The crane is also equipped with temperature sensors and efficiency sensors.

The crane is not yet available, but you can ask the company to notify you when it becomes available here. Price is not yet available.

Kohler showed off the Sensate smart crane at the Consumer Electronics Show in early January. (Photo: Liesl Nielsen, KSL.com)

Have you ever had an annoyed raccoon stealing your cat? Maybe your puppy likes to eat some extra nibbles that aren't for him. Mookie's smart pet bowl by Volta wants to solve the little problem.

The bowl has a forward-facing camera that can recognize your pets and open the feed flap and insert the proper food for the pet approaching the bowl. It's typically like face recognition on the iPhone – but for your pets.

The dish is priced at $ 189.

Volo showed Mookie's smart house bowl at the Consumer Electronics Show in early January. (Photo: Liesl Nielsen, KSL.com)

North Focals are Alexa-enabled smart glasses that have a small built-in projector that flows easily, bouncing it off your retina to become a hologram you see when you wear glasses.

If you want to check the weather or your text messages, you can ask Alexa, and the result will appear before you, almost as if you were in an Iron Man suit. It remains to be seen whether smart glasses will really catch.

Focals currently cost $ 999 per pair.

Obviously, 80 percent of women wear bras which does not really suit them so well, according to Cathy Devine, vice president of innovation at Soma, a female intimate clothing company. Somainnofit, a smart bra that takes your measurements, is supposed to change it.

The smart bra looks like a sports bra with sensors and Bluetooth embedded inside. When the wearer puts on bra, she can then press a button on the included app, and bhn immediately gives her measurements and then lists a lot of bras that she can buy (from Soma, of course).

The bra costs $ 59, but for a limited time you can get it for $ 25 and get a voucher for the same amount if you buy a Soma bra.

Soma showed off the smart bra Somainnofit at the Consumer Electronics Show in early January. (Photo: Liesl Nielsen, KSL.com)

If you have always wanted to live in Harry Potter's world, this chess set will get you a little closer with a chess game like a magician (minus any violence).

SquareOff Grand Kingdoms smart chessboard moves the pieces on its own, and you can play against 20 different levels of difficulty. You can also play against distant human opponents who use the app to tell about their pieces, where to move on your board.

The board costs $ 369 for the kingdom and $ 445 for the Grand Kingdom set.

SquareOff showed the smart chess set at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Nevada, in early January. (Photo: Liesl Nielsen, KSL.com)

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