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CES is just starting, and here are the wildest gadgets announced so far

CES 2015: Netatmo, Quell, Belty

Some of the biggest names in tech have yet to unveil their biggest potential hits at CES 2015, but a variety of much smaller companies have already announced some of the interesting, if crazy, products they’re working on. Re/code has put together a handy collection of wild gadgets presented at CES unveiled on Sunday.

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Wearable devices for all purposes and smart connected gadgets ready to help you with various chores around the house were among the devices noted by the publication.

Netatmo (image above) proposes a home-monitoring camera that knows when strangers enter the house. Perfect Bake is a smartphone app-controlled backing scale that helps inexperienced cooks adjust quantities and recipes while baking. A similar device called Perfect Drink can apparently help with drinking.

Parrot, on the other hand, has focused on some other home-related smart products, including the Pot and the H20, which are both supposed to automate plant watering at home.

In addition to home-related new products, Re/code highlighted several quirky wearable devices, some more interesting than others.

The Quell is a smart cuff that wraps around the leg to relieve pain related to diabetes, fibromyalgia and sciatica. Belty is a belt that can automatically adjust to the user’s waist, adapting to weight gains and losses. Finally, Vert is a smartphone-connected app that lets users track jumping performance.

More details about all these products are available at the source links.

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Chris Smith started writing about gadgets as a hobby, and before he knew it he was sharing his views on tech stuff with readers around the world. Whenever he's not writing about gadgets he miserably fails to stay away from them, although he desperately tries. But that's not necessarily a bad thing.