Artificial body parts big hit at this year's C.E.S.


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LAS VEGAS, NV - The CES annual tech show in Las Vegas is a wrap for 2020.

Digital trends has picked some of their favorite gadgets that emerged. The overall pick was an artificial limb that can be controlled by the user’s thoughts. It’s the Brainco Dexus prosthetic arm, which is going into production and awaiting FDA approval later this year.

This artificial limb is also less expensive than traditional limbs.

Digital trends also gave a nod to the Guardian XO full body exoskeleton, which is a wearable system that augments strength.

As for kitchen gadgets, there were many smart kitchen features on display, including counter top robotic arms that chop vegetables, artificial intelligence oven cameras, and internet connected meat thermometers that help you not burn your dinner!