The trend at CES 2017 seemed to be to connect anything and everything. Vendors at the Las Vegas show, which took place last week, debuted smart belts, mirrors, tables -- even smart hairbrushes.
The Internet of Things, which market research firm IDC forecasts will grow 15.6 percent in the next three years, took center stage on the CES show floor. This year, more companies added sensors to a variety of products -- including consumer appliances, manufacturing products and smart home platforms.
Here are the 20 coolest -- and craziest -- Internet of Things products CRN saw at CES this year, from smart fridge cameras to connected sprinklers for house yards.