CES 2019 is here: A cleaner litter box, a Bread Bot and more early highlights

CNET | 1/6/2019 | Kent German
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We were welcomed to Las Vegas Saturday night with rain and a small flood that reminded us of last year's desert deluge. But with CES 2019 kicking into high gear two days before the show floor officially opens, we barely had time to dry off. As the sun came out this morning, we saw some amazing things: Here's what we've seen so far.

The Y-Brush continues a recent CES trend of high-tech toothbrushes that are a step above the free samples you get from your dentist. Thanks to its mouthguard-like shape and vibrating motor, it promises to clean half your mouth in one go.

Move - Fitness - Watch - Electrocardiogram - Fibrillation

Withing's Move fitness watch has an electrocardiogram that can check for atrial fibrillation. It's water resistant, it measures steps and sleep and (pending FDA clearance) it will cost about a third of the $399 Apple Watch S4.

Train your brain to sleep better with the somewhat uncomfortable-looking Urgonight headband.

KitchenAid - Smart - Display - Screen

KitchenAid's Smart Display has a 10-inch screen.

KitchenAid stepped beyond its iconic line of stand mixers to show a Smart Display that will respond to your voice commands through Google Assistant.

Scoop - Poop - LavvieBot - Self-cleaning - Litter

Scoop less poop with the LavvieBot self-cleaning litter box. Of course, there's also an app for that.

Pour-over coffee is great, but it's such a pain having to heat your water beforehand, right? Well, percolate no more with the Heatworks Duo Smart Untethered Carafe, which heats water to your chosen temperature as you pour.

Maximus - Answer - DualCam - Video - Doorbell

The Maximus Answer DualCam Video Doorbell has two cameras to watch for guests and people stealing packages off your doorstep.

Is this 219-inch TV big enough for you?

TVs - Samsung - MicroLED - TV - Incarnation

Usually we talk about TVs getting bigger, but Samsung's 75-inch MicroLED TV is the smallest incarnation yet that achieves 4K resolution. But if bigger is what you want, Samsung also showed a 219-inch version of The Wall. And over in 8K Land, the 98-inch...
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