4 life-changing new electronics

Fox 9 lifestyle expert Ross Sveback searched over 3.2 million sq. ft. at the Consumer Electronics Show to bring you what he thinks are some of the most life changing products coming out on the market.

Litter-Robot

If you're a crazy cat lady like me, you can relate to the angst of keeping the cat litter constantly cleaned out so you're cat does not lash out over an untidy box by eating your favorite sweater.  Place clumping litter inside the Litter Robot, and plug it in.  Your cat jumps in and does their business, a sensor is activated after they jump out setting off a timer which then rotates the sphere - first off dumping the unused litter inside, followed by emptying the clumped litter inside a receptacle that places it in the lower holding tank, directly into a bag - finally, the sphere rotates back, emptying the litter back in it's place.  $450
They also have a litter delivery service that automatically delivers litter to your front door - no more lugging/lifting litter at the supermarket.

www.Litter-Robot.com

LG V10

As someone who has built their brand using their cell phone, I knew instantly I had to share this.  With photography capabilities akin to an high-end camera, you can break the internet on your own.  With two, rear-facing cameras, and the fact that all you have to do is use a hand signal to shoot a photo - your selfie game will be strong. 

www.lg.com/V10

Hairmax

This new enhanced hands-free laser medical device delivers nourishing laser light to energize and revitalize your hair follicles and regrow your hair. The unique new cradle design incorporates 82 medical grade lasers and patented hair parting teeth, which parts your hair during treatment for maximum laser light delivery to your follicles to achieve optimal results.  The treatment takes as little as 90 seconds, the fastest laser treatment for hair loss available.  $795

www.Hairmax.com

Automatic

Do car troubles bring you anxiety?  That check engine light make your heart heavy?  Your car is smarter than you think!  Whether your car is brand new or decades old, it has data hidden inside it about your mileage, gas usage, performance, and even its engine health.  The Automatic car adapter plugs into just about any car’s standard diagnostics (OBD-II) port. It unlocks the data in your car’s on-board computer and connects it to your phone via Bluetooth wireless. $99

www.Automatic.com

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