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Scott Tharler, technology and gadget expert, talks about some of the items that were at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.

Below is a list of items provided by Tharler. For more information visit www.thegadgetconcierge.com or follow Tharler on Twitter @gadgetconcierge

Stuff I used most at the show

Tiffen Steadicam Curve ($100) Tiny video camera stabilizer
iHome Cases 13″ Smart Brief ($50) Thin briefcase for phone, tablet, laptop and wires
Ventev Power Case ($80) Extra power for my Samsung Galaxy S4


Stelle Audio Clutch ($350) Stylish Bluetooth speaker
Fugoo Style ($200) Skin-changing, long-playing Bluetooth speaker
Digital Treasures Lyrix SoundGlow ($50) Combo flickering electronic candlelight/speaker
Digital Treasures Lyrix Powerball speaker ($50) Cool disco ball speaker
Clear View Clio ($350) Award-winning plastic audio radiating speaker
Singing Machine Home ($300) Combo Bluetooth speaker/karaoke machine


Pebble Steel ($250) Popular smart watch
Basis Carbon Steel ($250) Leading fitness watch


Misfit Wearables Shine ($120) Sleek, subtle fitness tracker
AcceleDent Aura (through doctor) Vibrating mouth guard reduces time with braces
TAO WellShell (with personal escort) Unique ultra-portable isometric exerciser
Siemens miniTek hearing aid/app (through doctor) Wireless hearing aid control


ASUS Transformer Book Trio ($1,500) Combination Android tablet/Windows laptop
HP Envy 17 Leap Motion ($1,050) 3D air-gesture enabled laptop


Kevo Bluetooth Electronic Lock ($220) Wireless door lock
Lumen TL800 Bluetooth LED Smart Bulb ($70) Wirelessly controlled color changing light bulb
AwoX StriimLight B-10 ($100) Audio speaker light bulb
SmartCharge Bulb (1 for $35, 4 for $100) Saves up a charge to stay light a while in a power outage
MPowerd Luci ($15) Color changing inflatable solar lantern
Revolv Smart Home Automation Solution ($300) Hub for controlling multiple home automation systems (lights, audio, power)


LG G Flex (Sprint, T-Mobile, AT&T) First curved smartphone

Miscellaneous gadgets

Beartek Snowsport Gloves ($120) Control your phone by touching your fingers and thumb
Neat Connect ($500) Scan documents to the cloud\
 Drive Starter Kit ($200, B-Roll also) iPhone remote controlled racers with artificial intelligence

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