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1/12/2012
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CES 2012 Gadget Wrap-Up: Cool To Crazy

The Consumer Electronics Show offers thousands of products, from the sublime to the bizarre. Check out some of the more notable entries of 2012.
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It's bad enough that you know it, but with the Fitbit WiFi-enabled bathroom scale called Aria, your once- secret weight data is sucked up to the web. The scale tracks your weight and body fat and calculates your BMI. That data is forwarded on to a fitness site where you can track your own progress, or if you like, make the information public so that you can compare and compete with others.

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