The new wild and weird tech at CES 2016

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Griffin, the electronics company manufacturer wants to preference for charging everything from phones, laptops and wearables.

Their Break Safe plugs into any USB C port leaving its magnetic end to come out. The accompanying cable has a magnet of opposite polarity and clips onto the external plug like the MagSafe connector does with the MacBook’s charging port.

For those not happy with the Apple Watch’s battery, Griffin has a bunch of key for you. This ordinary block-looking device can hold 800 mAh of juice and charges the Apple Watch to full capacity for just Rs 4680.79.

Clip-a-phone available in red, white or black, the mount clips your phone firmly to the cap or hat on your head. The bluetooth remote then lets you click picture without having to even touch the phone.

The clip-on works with both iOS and Android devices and costs just Rs 1337.33.

Imagine if you could be woken up by the alluring smell of coffee or the relaxing smell of petrichor instead of the fighting sound of a foghorn alarm. For Rs 5950.10, the Sensorwakeol factory alarm clock tingles your sense of smell rather than hearing.

You can choose from the smell of the sea, forest, or of food items like croissant, espresso, chocolate and peppermint.

A caterpillar has to be the weirdest way to teach a kid how to code. The complete details about the toy’s release will be announced at Toy Fair 2016, but the lit up caterpillar looks a bit creepy with that regular smile on its face.

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