Postcards From Las Gizmos, Nev.

American households average 26 pieces of electronics, according to the Consumer Electronics Association, and spend $1,500 a year on tech toys. To look for more stuff, 150,000 visitors flocked to this year's Consumer Electronics Show, the wired world's annual gadget extravaganza, in Las Vegas. So did we. Here are some cool new devices.

Rabbit Lips Nabaztag's latest Internet Rabbit, a $170 Web appliance in the form of a cute digital pet, will read you the news, weather or even e-mail. The new model has a belly-button mike so you can ask it aloud about stocks, traffic or anything else of interest.

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