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CES 2016: Robots, fancy wearables, toddler toys and — hair growers?

CES 2016: Robots, fancy wearables, toddler toys and — hair growers?

Tech has returned to the Las Vegas Strip for the Consumer Electronics Show, the annual display of the new and, occasionally, improved devices that may end up integrated into our lives and culture. (Case in point: Robotic companion Paro recently made its way into Aziz Ansari's Netflix series "Master of None.")

Here are five things that caught our eyes from the first day at CES:

Hot wheels

It might look like the Batmobile, but this concept car from Faraday Future isn't designed to fight crime. It's designed to "fight ugliness," according to the creative team.

The Faraday Future car.

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