Actually, this device has been around for awhile. The video was uploaded to YouTube on 4/11/2014.
You'll never want to shower without this gadget again. (boingboing, 9/2/2016)
What's also great about the FresheTech speaker is that it has skip and back buttons right on its face, so you can easily navigate between tracks or episodes while your hands are wet. If you really wanted, you could even take calls and have conversations through the included Bluetooth microphone mid-shower.The narrator of this tutorial repeatedly mentions the option of having phone conversations while showering. Definitely not a selling point for me.
Amazon customer reviews
A lot of enthusiasm for this product. On the flip side, naysayers complain about poor sound, need to charge frequently, and the fact that it conked out after a few weeks of use.
Other Beyond CES posts:
This video is dedicated to those of us who have survived prostate cancer. (7/6/2016)
Robot empowers staff to focus on customer service. (4/15/2016)
Bentley reveals the future of luxury driving -- a holographic assistant. (4/8/2016)
Don't expect Olive Oyl while wearing this virtual reality sex suit. (4/6/2016)
Yamaha RMAX unmanned helicopter. (4/2/2016)
Cocoon cam. (3/13/2016)
Brita Infinity pitcher. (3/11/2016)
Kids' shoes for helicopter parents. (3/4/2016)
Tangram smart rope. (3/1/2016)
Meet the smartwatch of the day, the Garmin Vivoactive HR. (2/21/2016)
Can the LG Rolling Bot locate a hairball hidden under the bed? (2/21/2016)
Link to most recent CES 2016 post (with links to the rest of the series).