If you've been keeping up with the show, you've probably added a lot of gadgets to your wish list. There are a lot of things that won't be ready until the second half of the year. We've rounded up our favorite devices that are available for purchase. We have earbuds, watches, and a snowbike. You can add more items to your cart.
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Home, sex tech, and wi-fi.
Smarty Pear's Loo Too.
Automatic litter boxes make it difficult for owners to keep tabs on their cat's bathroom trips, which can be useful for spotting potential illnesses. The built-in sensor in the Leo's Loo Too can be used to track how often your cat goes, along with its weight, and sync the data to a companion app on your phone. It comes with features like UV sterilization and radar to keep the box from self-cleaning while your cat is nearby.
The device gives a new meaning to bird watching. This cute little home feeds birds and has a camera that can be used to feed live birds. It will take photos of the birds, identify the species, and give a lot of facts about them. It won't ship for a while, but you can get your order in now.
Do you need an extra layer of security at home? Ring's Glass Break Sensor can detect break-in attempts from 25 feet away. You need a Ring Alarm or Ring Alarm Pro to use it, and you can set the sensor to sound a sirens when it senses broken glass. It's available in a single pack for $40 or a two pack for $70. WIRED has reported extensively about Ring Doorbells in relation to security and police partnerships.
The projector is from the SAMSUNG company.
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A projector isn't the kind of thing you'd keep on your person all the time, but that's not the point. Plug it into your laptop and point it at any surface, it's built for portable use. This thing is small but mighty, with a screen that can range from 30 to 100 inches, and a speaker that can be turned on or off. It is also available at Amazon.
The demand for bigger screens is high. That's why it's releasing a 98-inch model of its existing Class XL TV for $8,000. This version has a QLED panel. The option for eitherAndroid TV or Roku OS will be included in the 2022, TV models. The Class XL is currently out of stock, but you should check back in case that changes.
The Hisense PX1-Pro is a projector that can be used in your home theater. It has a picture diameter of 90 to 120 inches, a 4K resolution, and a 60-Hz refresh rate for gaming. You'll have access to a variety of streaming apps if you use it, because it runs on the Android TV platform.
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The Orbi Pro 6E Mesh System is ideal for large homes. It supports the latest version of the wi-fi standard and has speeds up to 9000 square feet.
Dame's Com Magic wand has the strongest motor the company has ever produced and is available in five different intensity settings. The curved handle and flexible neck make it easier to find the right angle and grip. It's made of medical grade silicone and comes in two colors.
Earbuds, watches, and other tech.
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Skagen released a new version of its Falster watch two years ago. The new model has a 42mm case and a few different colors and styles to choose from, including the silver and espresso leather combo shown above. The Wear OS operating system is powered by the latest Wear 4100+ processor, which gives you more efficient battery life, improved performance, and improved health tracking. You can read more about its internals in our Best Smartwatches guide. The new Wear OS 3 update will be released later this year.
The Venu 2 Plus is a new addition to the Venu lineup. You can use it to make calls on both platforms, as well as use the built-in microphone to talk to your preferred voice assistant. The 43-mm case is made of powder gray, black, and gold and has a matching silicone watchband.
The more affordable Vivomove Sport hybrid is a good choice for those who don't want to spend a lot of money on a device. The Venu 2 Plus resembles a traditional analog watch. You can still track your fitness workouts with blood oxygen measurement.
Do you not like quirky colored earbuds? Go Air Tones are designed to blend in with your ears and come in a wide range of skin tones. They're not top-of-the-line buds, but they do offer eight hours of battery life and IPX4 sweat resistance.
Smart Pepper Spray could be a feature you didn't know you wanted. When you spray it, it will send an alert to your emergency contacts with your exact location. Even if you don't want to use the canister right away, you can still use the app to send your location to family or friends so they can keep an eye on you.
The OpenRun Pro headphones from Shockz have a technology that vibrates the bones in your head to send audio directly to your ear. You can still hear ambient noise while listening to music. Water resistance, up to an hour and a half of battery life after a five-minute charge, and 10 hours of battery life overall are included.
I have a tendency to misplace my wallet a lot. Chipolo's Card Spot can help. It's shaped like a credit card, and you can just put it in your wallet. If you're an Apple user and lose your wallet, you can use Find My on your Apple device. The owners of the operating system will have to look elsewhere.
Plugable'susb4 hub is a useful addition to your home workspace if most of your gadgets haveusb-C ports. You can use it to charge your devices and plug in various displays and other accessories with the threeusb4/ thunderbolt 4 ports and 10 gigabit-per-secondusb-a port.
The Skydio 2+ has an artificial intelligence-powered flight system called KeyFrame that is meant to help you capture smoother video footage while managing intricate flight patterns. The Starter Kit, Sports Kit, Pro Kit, and Cinema Kit all add accessories such as a hard case and a joystick controller.
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The front wheel of Moonbike has been replaced by a single ski, while the back wheel has been replaced with an electric motor-powered snow tread. You can ride it in the snow. The Moonbike can go up to 26 miles per hour, but you'll only get about an hour of battery life. The Moonbike will ship later this month, if you can stomach the cost.
Are you in the market for an electric pickup truck? You might want to wait for Chevy's EV. It has 400 miles of range on a full charge, which is more than the Ford F-150 Lightning EV's 230-mile standard distance, and comes with GM's level-two autopilot driving mode. The RST First Edition is available for $105,000 and the WT for $39,900, both of which are less intense. You can reserve it now, but it won't be delivered until the fall of 2023 and summer of 2024.
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