1. Walkman NWZ-ZX2. We all loved Walkman in the 1980s, but in 2015, paying over $1,000 to listen to music most people rip for free is abusrd. Need I say more?
2. Toshiba ChihiraAico. This lifelike robot was designed to eventually work in the service industry. She will take your job, and make you stare into her cold, lifeless eyes forever.
3. Belty, the first self-adjusting smart belt, then loosens when you sit down, and tightens when you stand. The company behind the belt, Emiota, has also outfitted the belt with an accelerometer to measure your activity level. Yes, it has come to this.
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