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Worst Products Of CES 2011: Weird New Tech From The Consumer Electronics Show

The Huffington Post     First Posted: 01/09/11 11:42 AM ET   Updated: 05/25/11 07:25 PM ET

The 2011 Consumer Electronics Show was full of game-changing technology--think Verizon's 4G LTE network and Motorola's Atrix smartphone--but there were more than a few tech flops as well.

In addition to compiling the best products from CES 2011, we've also put together a slideshow of the worst gadgets on display at the world's largest consumer tech expo. From french fry-shaped phones and sparkly speakers to vibrating weight loss machines and a "smart" washer/dryer duo, these tech products just didn't do it for us.

See our full CES 2011 coverage here.

Polaroid's GL10 Instant Mobile Printer
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Polaroid's slim new printer will print photos on the go from your camera or phone. The new gadget malfunctioned when we tried it out, and while the ability to quickly and easily print photos offers instant gratification, the color and quality of the prints was sub par.
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