Consumer Electronics Show is a tech smorgasbord. Here are nine products that attest to the show's overwhelming variety.
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Many CES attendees either know someone afflicted with hearing loss or are affected by the condition themselves. While a number of hearing aids are on the market, many are fragile and unsuitable for sports and other activities. Siemens hopes to change this with Aquaris, a hearing aid that's not only dustproof and shock-resistant but also suitable for continuous use in the water. What's more, the device uses Bluetooth to allow users to enjoy their portable music players or listen to a message on their smartphones, even when the user is submerged in the pool.
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