Our final group of top 50 CES gizmos and gadgets includes lots of unique ideas and concepts such as a Star Trek scanner made real and one old gadget that gives us an idea of how far we've come tech-wise in less than 20 years. Here's our first group of 10, the second group, the third and the fourth.
An alternative to last year's Clarity Fortissimo is this large-button sound-amplified ClearSound landline phone ($220). You get a audio confirmation of each dial pad press, talking CallerID incase the type of the screen is too small or you're across the room, amplified volume and frequency adjustments, an extra loud ringer with flashing LED lights, photo speed dial, a built-in answering machine and Bluetooth to make and receive cellular calls with volume boost on the cordless handset. It's also an expandable system so you can add cordless handsets ($90) around your abode.