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Hit or miss? Five bits of weird tech at CES we're not sure about


The latest innovation in ovens sees Whirlpool adding a touchscreen to an oven that shows you recipes, cooking tips and the family calendar. Best of all, you can zoom in on food in your oven. — dpa

The latest innovation in ovens sees Whirlpool adding a touchscreen to an oven that shows you recipes, cooking tips and the family calendar. Best of all, you can zoom in on food in your oven. — dpa

Apart from being a showcase for car technology and entertainment systems, CES in Las Vegas is also a platform for all kinds of other companies looking to show off what they've been creating in their tech labs. And a lot of the time, the stuff they come up with is, well, weird.

Here are five gadgets and gimmicks from CES that we're not really sure anyone needs:

   

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