(Jhaan Elker, Geoffrey Fowler/The Washington Post)
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Just a few weird tech products we saw at CES 2019
What happens when you put technology into, well, everything? You might remember the talking toilet from 2018. Could tech top that in 2019? The Post's Geoffrey A. Fowler explores the halls of CES to find out.
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