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10 Wearables That Stole The Show At CES 2017

We learned one thing at this year's CES -- wearables are no longer merely wristwatches. From shirts to headsets, the wearables at CES proved just how far advanced technology has come. Here are the top 10 wearables at CES.

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Quell

Quell is a wearable device that helps those who suffer from chronic pain by using electrical stimulation to trigger a response in the brain, ultimately blocking pain signals. The device, worn on the upper calf, is ultimately 5X more powerful than other over-the-counter pain relief devices, according to its developer, Waltham, Mass.-based NeuroMetrix.

The Massachusetts-based company launched the second generation of the FDA-cleared device at CES, and it's available for $249.

 
 
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