The Consumer Electronics Show in going on in Las Vegas where the new devices for our future make their debut. One of the talked about products this year is the world’s first internet-connected toothbrush. It’s from a French based company, ‘Kolibree’, whose aim is to reinvent oral care.

The toothbrush has a sensor that detects how much tartar is removed during brushing. Download the app and it will tell you where and what areas need more attention when you brush. The app is free but the toothbrush will cost $99 to $200 depending on the model you buy.

The company is trying to motivate people to brush their teeth and to make it more fun.

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