Smart mirrors, robot dogs and teaching headbands: The oddest gadgets from CES 2018

Rob Waugh

Every year, the huge Consumer Electronics Show technology trade show in Las Vegas sets the pace for the coming year in technology – and 2018 is no exception.

But it isn’t all huge TVs and high-powered handhelds: there’s some distinctly odd gadgets on display, from a talking fridge, to a ‘smart mirror’ from HiMirror which actually tells users when they have bags under their eyes.

The gadget uses built-in cameras to track users’ faces week by week – offering beauty tips and health advice to help owners look their best.

Here’s some of the most surreal – and ground-breaking – technology unveiled in Vegas so far this year.