If you have been By following CES 2022, you’ve probably already added a slew of gadgets to your wishlist. There are a lot of things that won’t be ready until the second half of this year – some might never see the light of day – but don’t worry! We’ve rounded up our favorite CES devices that are already available for purchase or pre-order. We are talking about headphones, smartwatches, projectors and a snowmobile. Here’s what you can add to your cart right now.
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Home, sex and Wi-Fi routers
Vets say automatic litter boxes, while handy, make it difficult for owners to keep tabs on their cat’s movements in the toilet, which can be useful for flagging any potential illnesses. the Leo’s toilet too solves this problem with a built-in sensor that tracks how often your cat goes, as well as its weight, and syncs the data with a companion app on your phone. It comes with extra features like UV sterilization and radar to prevent the box from self-cleaning when your cat is nearby.
This device gives new meaning to “bird watching”. Not only does this cute little bird feed at home, its battery-powered camera provides live feed through the connected app. If that’s not entertaining enough, he’ll take photos of said birds, identify the species, and present a ton of facts about each. It will not be shipped for some time, but you can receive your order now.
Need an extra layer of security at home? Ring’s new glass break sensor can detect attempted break-ins through windows and glass doors up to 25 feet away. You will need a Alarm ringing Where Alarm Ringtone Pro to use it, and you can configure the sensor to trigger a siren when it detects a broken glass. It’s currently available for pre-order in a single pack for $ 40 or a two-pack for $ 70. (Note: WIRED has made numerous reports on Ring bells in connection with Security, surveillance, and police partnerships.)
A projector isn’t the kind of gadget you keep with you all the time, but Samsung wants that being. Its Freestyle projector is designed for portability: simply plug it into your laptop via the USB-C or HDMI ports (or stream via Android / iOS) and point it at any surface. With 1080p resolution, a 360-degree speaker, and a screen between 30 and 100 inches, this thing is small but mighty. It is also available on Amazon.
TCL says the demand for larger screens is high. That’s why he’s pulling out a massive 98-inch model of his existing XL Class TV for a whopping $ 8,000 – yes, you read that right. This version runs Google TV and has a QLED panel. TCL also announced that its 2022 TV models will come with the option for Android TV or Roku OS. The XL class is already out of stock, but please come back in case that changes.
If you’re looking to upgrade your home theater projector, check out the Hisense PX1-Pro. Its frame diameter has a range of 90-120 inches, 4K resolution, and 60Hz refresh rate for gaming. It also runs Android TV, so you’ll have access to Google Assistant and a variety of streaming apps to choose from.
They are expensive, but NetGear Orbi Pro WiFi 6E Mesh System is ideal for those with very large homes. It supports the latest Wi-Fi 6E standard and combined speeds of 10.8 Gbps up to 9,000 square feet.
Dame’s Com Magic Wand is a vibrator that contains the company’s most powerful motor to date and offers five different intensity settings and patterns to choose from. Its design allows for a flexible neck and curved grip, making it easy to find the right angle and grip. It is made of medical grade silicone and comes in two colors: periwinkle and quartz.
Smartwatches, headphones and other technologies
It’s been two years since Skagen released a new version of its Falster smartwatch. The new model features a 42mm case and offers a choice of different colors and styles (including the silver and espresso leather combo pictured above). It runs Google’s Wear OS operating system with Qualcomm’s latest Wear 4100+ processor to give you more efficient battery life, improved performance, and better health tracking. Its internals are identical to those of the Fossil Gen 6 that we tested last year, which you can learn more about in our guide to the best smartwatches. It is expected to receive the new Wear OS 3 update later this year.
Garmin has expanded its line of Venu smartwatches with the Venu 2 Plus. You can now use it to take calls on iOS and Android, as well as talk to your favorite voice assistant (Siri, Google Assistant, or Bixby) through the built-in microphone. The 43mm case is available in powder gray, black and gold (all stainless steel paired with a matching silicone strap).
Those who don’t want to spend nearly $ 500 on a Garmin can opt for the much more affordable Vivomove Sport Hybrid instead. Unlike the Venu 2 Plus, this one looks like a traditional analog watch. But it can still track your core workouts, along with blood oxygen readings.
Are you not a fan of earphones with original colors? Snag JLab’s Go Air Tones, which are available in a wide range of skin tones and are designed to blend in with your ears. For just $ 20, these aren’t premium buds, but they do offer IPX4 sweat resistance and eight hours of battery life (according to JBL).
Smart Pepper Spray might sound weird, but it could be a feature you didn’t know you wanted. When connected to the app, it will send an alert to your emergency contacts with your exact location every time you spray it. Even in cases where you don’t want to use the cartridge right away, you can still use the app to send your location to your family or friends so that they can follow you until you mark you. are safe.
Formerly known as the AeroPex line, Shockz’s OpenRun Pro headphones incorporate the company’s bone conduction technology that vibrates the bones in your head via sound waves, sending sound directly to your inner ear. This way you can still hear the ambient noise around you while listening to music. Other features include IP55 water resistance, up to 1.5 hours of runtime after a five-minute charge, and 10 hours of overall runtime.
If you’re like me, you tend to misplace your wallet a lot. Chipolo’s Card Spot is here to help. It’s shaped like a credit card and you can just swipe it in your wallet to track it. It supports Apple’s Find My network, so if you are an Apple user and lose your wallet, you can track it using Find My on your Apple device. Android owners will have to look elsewhere.
If the majority of your gadgets have USB-C ports, Plugable’s USB4 hub will be a useful addition to your home workstation. With three USB4 / Thunderbolt 4 ports and a 10 Gigabits per second USB-A port, you can use it to charge your devices and plug in a variety of displays and other accessories.
Equipped with a new autonomous AI-powered flight system called KeyFrame, the Skydio 2+ is intended to help you capture smoother video footage while handling complex flight patterns. You can choose from different configurations including the Starter Kit, Sports Kit, Pro Kit, and Cinema Kit, which add accessories like MicroSD cards, a hard case, and a joystick controller.
The Moonbike is not your typical ebike — the front wheel has been replaced with a single ski, while an electrically powered snow tread replaces the rear wheel. This way you can drive it freely in the snow. At nearly 200 pounds, the Moonbike can go up to 26 miles an hour, but you’ll only get about an hour of range. Those who can afford the cost can reserve their Moonbike now, and it will ship later this month.
Looking for an electric van? You might want to wait for Chevrolet’s 2024 Silverado EV. It offers 400 miles of range on a full charge (which is more than the standard 230 mile distance of the Ford F-150 Lightning EV) and comes with GM’s level two autonomous driving mode, known as by Super Cruise. Currently available for pre-order, it offers a choice of two trim levels: the $ 105,000 RST First Edition and the less intense $ 39,900 WT. You can reserve it now, but it won’t be delivered until Fall 2023 and Summer 2024, respectively.
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