Wearable technology and an internet phone for £19

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Wearable technology and an internet phone for £19

Journalist San Sharma talks through the latest gadgets around this week.

The CES event in Las Vegas

This year kicks off with a huge tech event that is described as the "global stage of innovation". The event is a benchmark for all new weird and wonderful gadgets to be showcased to the public.


The 'smart' belt that can tell when you're getting fat. It also tracks your movements and gives you a nudge when you’ve been sitting down too long.

Microsoft unveils Nokia 215

Its cheapest ever internet phone, at only £19. It is low specification with a small camera and torch.

The Welcome smart camera

This camera tells you when family members arrive home, by using face recognition. It also live streams the footage to your phone.

Logbar smart ring

>With a wave of a finger, the person wearing the ring can control the volume of your hi-fi and even text. But, this product is very bulky, and it has been blasted by reviewers, with one describing it as ‘the worst product ever made.

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