CES is a global consumer electronics and consumer technology tradeshow that takes place every January in Las Vegas, Nevada. Here are some weird Product launches that happened yesterday.

Smart Hairbrush

L’Oreal has unveiled a smart hairbrush packed with sensors to help consumers improve their brushing technique.

The Hair Coach, which will retail at just under $200 (£160), contains a microphone, gyroscope and accelerometer among other sensors.

It also vibrates if you brush too hard.

The brush is one of a handful of new beauty gadgets that have been announced at this year’s CES tech show in Las Vegas.

The brush’s in-built microphone records the sounds of breaking hair. The firm says the other sensors are used to build up a profile of the way the owner looks after their hair.

The brush then shares the data via wi-fi or Bluetooth to an app.

The software uses the information to assess hair quality and monitor the effects of different routines — as well as recommending products.



FridgeCam sits inside the refrigerator and takes a photo of the contents before it closes, capturing that half full carton of milk or the Tabasco that you should have thrown out yesterday. You can view the photos on a compatible app to jog your memory when you’re out grocery shopping.

However, the camera only captures what’s in front of it, so you don’t get a full picture of the fridge’s contents. In order to view what’s inside the fridge door, you have to buy a second one.

The company says the app will also provide recipe recommendations based on what’s in your fridge.

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