Consumer Electronics Show is a tech smorgasbord. Here are nine products that attest to the show's overwhelming variety.
If GoPro's recent advertising
has inspired you to document your cat's high-speed pursuit of all things small and elusive, you'll probably get a kick out of BeeWi's Scara Bee. Injecting some light-heartedness into the CES proceedings, Scara Bee is a toy car that can be controlled by Wi-Fi via an app that's available for both iOS and Android. Where do the cats some in? The miniature vehicle includes a camera so that you can record all the details of its various missions, feline-centric or otherwise. Embarking on those missions is fairly pricey at $150 -- but because the Scara Bee is designed for both indoor and outdoor use and can connect to a smart device from up to 99 feet away, it should be able to handle most quests you throw at it.
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