As with the latest art, music and all other human invention, even some of the ideas considered most innovative borrow from those already conceived. Perhaps one takes existing technology and adds one minor invention or marketing tool to the mix that pushes it over the edge into consumer sales breakthrough.
The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, which ran from January 6-9, showcased the latest in consumer technology focusing on two particular trends: virtual reality headsets and the "Internet of Things." The ten products from the show that are linked below build on existing technology and product ideas, adding one or more "bells and whistles."
For example, the product pictured above is known as the CleverPet Hub for dogs. It's the latest in "gaming" for dogs, treating them to food if they figure out a built-in "puzzle." The product will cost approximately $269.
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