NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- Consumer electronics are being celebrated at this year's International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. All of the big players, like Intel (INTC) , Hewlett-Packard (HPQ) and Dell, brought their best new gadgets. But smaller companies presented some of the coolest innovations.
TheStreet TV's Ruben Ramirez took a look at some of this year's top gadgets from CES.
The first product is from VSN Mobil, the maker of a 360-degree camera. That's right, a full 360-degree shot. No frame stitching, no breaks. This camera technology retails for $399, said Matt Gordon, vice president of brand marketing. GoPro (GPRO) may not longer be the only game in town.
Then there's Edyn, the garden monitoring tool. The biggest reason people give up on gardening is due to underwatering or overwatering their plants, according to Jason Aramburu, founder and CEO of Edyn.
The device monitors the soil temperature and soil fertility, as well as the ambient temperature, humidity and light. That data is then uploaded to the Edyn app for the customer.
There's also the Kinetic Desk from Stir. It allows users to adjust the desk higher or lower, for a single sitting and standing workstation.
"It's effortless to change positions throughout the day," explained J.P. Labrosse, founder and CEO of Stir. Spending just four more hours per day standing for two weeks will burn the same amount of calories equivalent to running a marathon, he said.
Finally, there's the iGrow, from Apira Science -- what the company calls the only FDA-cleared wearable device for hair growth. Jonathan Graff, director of sales, explains, "light at the right frequency, wavelength and power stimulates hair growth."