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The Weirdest Gadgets You Can Find At The CES 2021

Do you love unusual stuff? Here are some of the most unusual gadgets featured recently at the virtual CES 2021. 

Daily Examiner

The tech space is an industry known for its excessive innovation and inspiration. However, it also features some of the most unusual stuff you can only expect from some of the weirdest minds on the planet. 

Known worldwide as the biggest annual consumer electronic show, CES 2021 goes fully virtual because of the COVID-19 pandemic. But one thing stands out with tech; nothing can stop them from creating the most useful gadgets we can see around. 

With that said, companies around the world are showcasing their latest innovations. By far, we got the list for the weirdest stuff at the event. Make sure to check them out. You might find them inspiring. 

Kohler’s Innate Intelligent Toilet


The Innate Intelligent Toilet is one of the two bathroom bowls featured at the CES 2021. Although this doesn’t count as a smart home gadget, it comes with a personalized bidet function, automatic closing and opening, and a heated seat. 

Custom Lipstick

Ad Age

L’Oreal’s Perso-powered Yves Saint Laurent Rouge Sur Mesure will be available this spring. This is the ultimate digital lipstick mixer that lets you create your own custom lipstick color. You know, you can match the lipstick with your clothes. 

The MyQ Pet Portal


The MyQ Pet Portal is a $3,000 smart dog door. It features an upgraded version of the classic dog door. You can control it remotely with live video streaming and two-way audio using the MyQ Pet Portal app. Also, you can use a custom collar system to control the door. 

ColdSnap Ice Cream Maker


ColdSnap is the Keurig for ice cream with their version of countertop ice cream maker. But it’s not just about making ice cream. Truth is, it’s able to make margaritas as well. But let’s hold the excitement for now. That’s because it’s only at the prototype stage. The company hopes that it will be able to start producing in 2022. 

Kohler’s Stillness Bath

Gadget Flow

Do you want a luxurious home bathtub? Kohler just unveiled their newest home bathtub, and it costs $16,000. It’s the fully-loaded version. The bathtub fills from the bottom and overflows to the Hinoki wood surrounded by fog and lighting. 

Impulse Neuro-Controller


Brink Bionics, a Canadian startup company, unveiled its new Impulse Neuro-Controller during the CES 2021 event. The glove works by anticipating your hand’s response time using the brain and muscle signals. 

Samsung’s Bot Care and Bot Handy Robots


Samsung showcased their new robots Bot Handy and Bot Care at the virtual CES 2021. The Bot Care works as your personal assistant who keeps track of your health, while the Bot Handy is your household companion. Meaning, it will help you with your household chores. 


Gadget Flow

Moflin is the palm-sized fluffy robotic pet. In short, it’s your robotic cuddle buddy. Its only purpose? To pet it on your lap.