14 Gadgets From CES 2023 You Can Buy Now: Headphones, Cameras, Toys

a new Year means new gadgets. And thanks to CES 2023, we’ve seen a lot of innovative technology in the past week. While many products announced at CES won’t be available until later this year, a significant number are already on sale – which could help you make ends meet until then. If your wallet has recovered from the holidays, check out these CES devices available for purchase or pre-order.

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Gaming, Audio and Pet Tech

Audeze Maxwell wireless gaming headset

Photo: Audeze

Those with an Xbox Series S or X looking to upgrade their gaming headset should check out Audeze’s headphones. The company’s new wireless gaming headset features 90mm planar magnetic drivers, a built-in microphone, and both wireless and USB connectivity. You also get up to 80 hours of battery life per charge. We haven’t tested these yet, but we’re fans of Audeze’s more affordable pairs, so these should be worth a look.

Not a fan of Meta Quest Pro? HTC’s Vive XR could be a solid alternative. The standalone mixed reality headset features 4K resolution, a 90Hz refresh rate, up to 110-degree field of view, RGB pass-through camera, and dual wireless controllers with hand-tracking support. For added convenience, there’s a detachable battery (which allows you to wear the eyepiece like glasses instead) and adjustable diopters on each lens. It is currently available for pre-order. If you order by February 15th, you will also receive five video games.

Razer’s second iteration of its handheld gaming rig includes a host of hardware upgrades, including a 144Hz refresh rate, a Snapdragon G3x Gen 1 chipset, an actively cooled processor for mobile gaming, and 5G support. It won’t hit shelves until later this year, but you can reserve it now on Razer’s website for a $5 deposit.

If you’re looking for a turntable to accompany your Sonos system at home, look no further. As part of the Works with Sonos program, the Victrola Stream Onyx turntable connects wirelessly and streams music to your Sonos devices. It’s also a cheaper alternative to Victrola’s $800 Stream Carbon (which launched in November), but that means it comes with a slightly cheaper Audio Technica VM-95 cartridge. However, it works almost as well. It is currently available for pre-order and will ship in February.

Wowwee Dog-E robotic dog

Photo: Wowwee

No, this isn’t early 2000’s poo-chi. But Dog-E is as close as you can get to a 2023 one. This robotic dog goes through an “imprinting process” that reveals traits and personality traits that are unique to each model. This can include different playstyles, behaviors, and LED light combinations. You can also feed and train it through the connected app. It’s worth noting that it has a microphone and speakers, so we recommend checking the privacy policy before pre-ordering one.

Have you ever wished you could have a two-way conversation with your pet? With FluentPet, you can—sort of. The company’s latest kit comes with a Connect Base that features a large, high-fidelity speaker (instead of small speakers built into each individual key). It also records every button press and captures it through the companion app, so you can track your pet’s activity and progress. It is currently available for pre-order and will ship next month.

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Ring Car Cam

Photo: Amazon

You can now add a Ring Camera to your home and Car. The first of its kind for the company, the Car Cam features a dual-sided HD camera (controlled via the Ring app) that records activity when your car is in motion, like a standard dash cam does. When parked, it uses sensors to detect any activity inside or around the vehicle – including when someone breaks into your car (with the ability to talk to someone inside). It’s currently available for pre-order for $200 for a limited time, but the price will jump to $250 once it launches on February 15th.

(Note: WIRED has reported extensively on Ring Doorbells in relation to security, monitoringand police partnershipsso read before you buy.)

The peephole lives on! After being discontinued in 2021, the rental-friendly surveillance camera is back by popular demand. Since it’s the original model the company released in 2019 (not an updated version), it has the same features, including a 1080p HD camera, night vision, two-way talk, and the ability to track movement on your stairs recognize and knock on your door. Ring has dropped the price from $199 to $130, making it more affordable than last time.

(Note: WIRED has reported extensively on Ring Doorbells in relation to security, monitoringand police partnershipsso read before you buy.)

Unistellar’s eQuinox 2 is the perfect telescope for those who live in areas with lots of light. With its Smart Light Pollution Reduction system, it can digitally enhance images to remove some of the glare typically seen in urban environments. There’s also a new autonomous field detection system that allows the telescope to align itself automatically, which helps with tracking and locating objects. The eQuinox 2 is currently available for pre-order and will ship early this year.

Nuwa pen

Photo: Nuwa

Nuwa says his pen works with any paper—no special notebook required. The integrated Trident camera system consists of three cameras and infrared light that tracks your pen strokes in both bright and low light. It uses this data to digitally record your pen strokes. You can upload your notes and sketches to the companion app on your phone. And for $3 a month, handwritten notes are automatically converted to text. It’s currently available for pre-order for $179 (and is expected to ship in August), but the price will increase to $279 when in full production.

These roller skates are extremely expensive for a reason – they are the world’s first electric in-line skates. Equipped with a motor and a remote control, you can control both the speed and the brakes. You have to carry a belt pouch type accessory to hold the battery that looks easy ridiculous – but hey, they’re back in fashion anyway.

This isn’t your typical smartwatch as it doesn’t show the time or notifications. Instead, it tracks your health data. Inside are a variety of sensors to record heart rate, steps, sleep, and the performance of your sweat glands. Working in partnership with health tech company Phillips, it monitors your stress levels and can identify when it’s getting worse. The mobile app then recommends things you can do to relieve stress. It’s also customizable, with the ability to swap out the tops for different types of gems (each starting at $27).

OWC Thunderbolt Go Dock

Photo: OWC

Docks are often bulky, particularly because they require a power cord and bulky power block. OWC’s Thunderbolt Go, however, packs all the PSU junk into the dock itself, so you can just plug the silver box straight into the wall. That’s a great boon for portability. It also has five USB ports (three USB-C and two USB-A), an HDMI port (which can support up to 8K displays), an Ethernet port, and SD card slots. It is currently available for pre-order.

Hasbro and Formlabs (the 3D printing company) have teamed up to transform you into your very own action figure – with the option to choose characters from Power Rangers, Star Wars, Marvel and more. All you have to do is download the Hasbro Pulse app, take a selfie, choose your character and customize the look. We recommend ordering in advance if giving one away; According to Hasbro, shipping takes up to 45 days.

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Zack Zwiezen

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