The Top 12 More Interesting Gadgets From CES 2012

Courtesy of Wired Magazine
Having toured the floor at CES it’s hard to distinguish the cool bits versus the dross.  So Wired magazine gives a good pick of the 10 most interesting and quirky gadgets worth viewing.

My favorites are the Fitbit Aria Smart Scale that measure weight, BMI and body fat in which sends the stats wirelessly to a handy app or website; and tag pet tracker – which is a smart GPS tracker for pets or kids.

1. Nokia Lumia 900 – Nokia’s windows enabled smartphone

2. Victorinox 1 TB SSD Pocketknife – doubles as a flash drive

3. Huawei Ascend P1S – The world’s thinnest smartphone

4. HP Envy 14 Spectre – HP’s new ultrabook

 

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5. Fitbit Aria Wi-Fi Smart Scale – measures and tracks weight, BMI and bodyfat

6. HTC Titan II – a super charged smartphone

 

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7. Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga – a hybrid notebook and tablet

8. Mimoco MimoMicro figurine Flash Drives

9. OLPC XO 3.0 tablet – low cost tablet for under $100

10. ZIK Parrot by Starck – wireless bluetooth smart headphones

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11. Tagg Pet Tracker – GPS monitor of pets (and kids)

12. Yurbuds Inspire Pro Earphones that never fall out

 

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