£4,000 phones, smart baby bottles, a TV that’s thinner than the iPhone 6, Selfie Flash extensions, AnyPen technology from the Lenovo Yoga Tablet 2, Rollkers electronic shoes, and WattUp, a transmitter that charges devices wirelessly even through walls from as much as 20 feet. These were just a few of the gadgets unveiled at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.
We scanned through the many latest inventions and selected our favourite seven
The 88 Tauri handset from car-maker Lamborghini costs $6,300 (£4,000).
Your normal bike becomes a connected device with Connected Cycle. The GPS unit on the pedal acts a a form of security, and if the bike is moved when a paired phone is out of range, the bike alerts the rider that it may have been stolen plus its fitted sensors automatically records the speed, route, incline and calories burnt
SmartEyeglass from Sony is fitted with an OLED screen that attaches to existing glasses and sunglasses with ‘on par with smartphones’ to show people useful information, quickly, over their right eye.
Lepow’s HiSmart bag syncs via Bluetooth to a phone or tablet, and buttons in the strap lets wearers answer calls when headphones are plugged in. The bag will also vibrate when a notification is received
MamaRoo baby rocker wirelessly syncs the equipment to a smartphone or tablet app via Bluetooth which can control the speed at which the chair rocks and the Music on the chair