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By Ariel Schwartz | 12-07-2010 | 8:53 PM
The i-LIMB Hand
Bodyweight Support Assist
The Neptune Fin
No one wants to be stuck using a prosthetic arm or leg. But there are some exciting and sleek advances on the horizon. The ReWalk, for example, allows paralyzed users to stand, walk, climb stairs, and more--all with the help of a pair of "robotic pants" that are decked out with motors and motion sensors. The ReWalk, which is being developed by Israeli startup Argo Medical Technologies Ltd., will go on sale in January for approximately $100,000.