For those who have everything
A tiny monitor meant to replace Mom — and more in our collection of bizarrely elite consumer products
If you were to stumble across the Sen.se Mother ($299) in a friend's home, "your first reaction might be to get creeped out," said Tim Moynihan at Wired. Billed as "like a mom, only better," this multipurpose monitor "looks like a little ghost with glowing LED eyeballs." But it can be a helpful companion. It collects data from up to 24 small sensors that can be tasked to track, say, how often a door opens, how well you sleep, or whether you've brushed your teeth. It can also prod you to meet your goals.