The Consumer Electronics Show has a dizzying array of tech accessories, but every once in a while, a few of those find a way to stand out. Here are some of the ones that caught my eye.
Lucien Element's $650 iPhone 5 case
In a world of iPhones, there are cases and then there are cases. Lucien Elements makes the latter, specializing in luxury cases for iPhone users who want to protect their phones with style. Their top product at CES? A $650 crocodile-skin case with studs for the edges of the iPhone. To put the price of this case in perspective, an unlocked 16 GB iPhone 5 costs just as much. More surprisingly, though, is that Lucien Elements has a $750 case it didn't even bring to the show.
Genius Ring Presenter
Touch screens and track pads are taking over, but there was a mouse at CES that managed to impress me. That was the Genius Ring Presenter, a tiny mouse that wraps around your fingers like a ring. The Ring Presenter has a small pad that you can move your thumb around to direct the mouse. To the sides of the pad, are click-able buttons you use as you normally would on any other mouse, and on one of the edges is another button that can be pressed for a laser pointer.