This past week, CES attracted about 170,000 people to Las Vegas to witness the newest and the most exciting consumer products in the technology industry.
More than 3,800 companies showed off their various technologies across more than 2.47 million square feet of exhibit space. That's a lot of tech (and a lot of walking).
But amid the crowded chaos, a number of products stood out from the crowd. These 7 gadgets convinced us to stop by the booth and take a second look.
NeuroMetrix (NURO) showed off a wearable band that aims to eliminate the need for Advil or pain medication. The wearable, which is FDA approved, is worn around the calf and sends messages to the brain to minimize pain.
The wearable can be controlled by a smartphone app, which also tracks sleep data to better understand how someone's pain is affecting their sleep. The newest version of Quell will be available in March, and the current starter kit costs $249.