Subtitles section Play video Print subtitles This is the litter robot from AutoPets in Auburn Hills, Michigan. What happens is your cat hops in, does his business, the robot detects it's wet and 7 minutes later, quietly rotates, wipes away the garbage and replaces it with new cat litter. If you wanna get one, all you need is 449 dollars in your kitty. So the latest Star Wars film "Rogue One" was all about working out how to destroy the Death Star. But, Melbourne, Australia based plox wants that star to be an ever presence in your life. They've come out with this speaker, it's the Star Wars Death Star speaker, floats over the magnet of the base. And it reaches out about 170 dollars in the US. Fill the small room with sound wheel. This is Edwin the duck. It is created by pi labs in Carmel, Indiana. They say it's the world's first educational rubby ducky. It interacts with an iPad to try to teach kids about shapes, music, stories, and they're trying to prove that it's not a load of quack. So after a couple of exhausting days, trips around seeing Las Vegas, I am now sitting in the latest product from BODYFRIEND. They make a 5,000 dollars massage chair. They're pretty great deal in Korea. They sell 100,000 units a year there and now they're looking to come to the US. All of my aching muscles have been massaged to within an inch to falling asleep. And that's pretty much what I'm ready to do. I think I maybe will.