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The weirdest tech from the IFA tech show

Personalised robotic assistants. 'Smart' doors. Connected razors.

The halls of this year's IFA tech show aren't just full of the latest smartphones and super laptops - there are some weird gadgets making their way to shop shelves this Christmas.

We sent ShortList.com's tech editor David Cornish to explore this year's IFA to find the oddest gadgets of the show.

Not every gadget is actually that useful...

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