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Including Nomad’s first Qi2 magnetic charger, Eve’s smart outlet that supports Matter and PS Audio’s gold-plated hi-fi components.

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Editor’s note: The below article is a curation of all the tech and gadgets that were announced last year. For the latest product announcements of 2024, read our new guide.

The world of new tech and gadgets is fast-moving and non-stop. It seems like every month, every week and even every day, something new and exciting gets announced. From hi-fi headphones to the latest Sonos speakers, bookshelf speakers to gorgeous (and huge) TVs, the newest Apple gadgets to noise-canceling wireless earbuds — the sheer volume of new products can be overwhelming. That’s why we’re aiming to make it just a bit easier.

Below, we’ve rounded up the best new tech and gadgets that been announced thus far in 2023. We’ll be regularly updating this post with the coolest new gadgets that you should keep on your radar, so stay tuned for more as the year goes on.

Last updated: December 30, 2023



Nomad Stand

Nomad’s newest charging stand has the same metal and glass design as its Stand One. The big difference is that the Stand supports MagSafe and Qi2 magnetic charging; this means it can wirelessly charge compatible Android devices at the same 15-watts as it can with iPhone over MagSafe.

Price: $100

energy outletEve

Eve Energy Outlet

The Eve Energy Outlet is a smart outlet that uses Thread and supports Matter, meaning it can be integrated with any smart home ecosystem. It also has energy monitoring that you can check out via Eve’s app. It’ll be available in February 2024.

Price: $50

amplifierPS Audio

PS Audio StellarGold Preamplifier and DAC

PS Audio added two new high-end audio components to its Stellar Series: there’s the StellarGold Preamplifier (shown) and StellarGold DAC. Both are available in either silver or black. And as their names give away, they have a real gold-plated accent line.

Price: $3,999 (Preamp); $3,999 (DAC)

speakerPS Audio

PS Audio Aspen FR10

PS Audio’s Aspen FR10 is a three-way floorstanding loudspeaker featuring planar magnetic midrange and high-frequency drivers, as well as a planar ribbon tweeter. The speakers aim to deliver similar sound as the company’s $30K FR30 loudspeakers, but at a third of the price.

Price: $9,999 (pair)

airpods magsafe charging case usb cApple

Apple MagSafe Charging Case (USB‑C) for AirPods Pro (2nd generation)

Apple started selling a standalone USB-C charging case for AirPods Pro (2nd-generation) for $99. This means that if you bought AirPods Pro (2nd-generation) with a Lightning charging case last year, you can upgrade to the newest charging case without having to buy wireless earbuds, too.

Price: $99


Acer Swift Go 14

Acer announced an updated version of the Swift Go 14 ultraportable laptop— it’s notable because it’s the company’s first laptop to be decked out with Intel’s Meteor Lake chip, which can take advantage of new AI-powered audio and video features.

Price: $800+

chargerNomad Goods

Nomad Stand One Max

Nomad made a 3-in-1 version of its high-end MagSafe charger, the Stand One. The all-new Stand One Max has the same look and feel — it has a premium glass and metal design — but adds the ability to wirelessly charge your AirPods and Apple Watch, too.

Price: $180

a smart watchWithings

Withings ScanWatch Nova

Withings announced its latest hybrid smartwatch: the ScanWatch Nova. It combines the look of a classic dive watch (including a rotating bezel) with smart features such as temperature tracking, blood oxygen monitoring and an ECG.

Price: $599

a keyboardFiiO

FiiO KB3

The FiiO KB3 is a pretty unique mechanical keyboard. It has transparent swappable keycaps, RGB backlighting and a metal base (made of aluminium-magnesium alloy). Its standout feature, however, is that it packs a built-in amp/DAC for your wired headphones. Essentially, it’s a mechanical keyboard for hi-fi enthusiasts.

Price: $150

chargerTwelve South

Twelve South ButterFly

The Twelve South ButterFly is a super small 2-in-1 MagSafe charger for your iPhone and Apple Watch. It has a unique design that allows it to fold in on itself so that it can be easily packed and traveled with. It can actually work as a MagSafe stand that supports Standby mode, too.

Price: $130


Logitech Astro A50 X

The Astro A50 X is Logitech’s newest flagship gaming headset. It packs most top-of-the-line specs and features you’d expect from a headset this expensive, but its standout out feature is — thanks to innovative docking/charging station — a single button press allows you to instantly switch connectivity between a PS5, Xbox Series S/X and PC.

Price: $380

a phone next to a audio streaming interfaceAmazon

Eve Play

The Eve Play is the company’s first-ever audio device. It’s an AirPlay 2 streamer, meaning you can add AirPlay 2 support to an existing amplifier, soundbar or active speaker system. It was announced this summer, but is finally available for order now.

Price: $150

satechi adapterSatechi

Satechi USB-C Cables and Adapters

Satechi announced three new USB-C cables and adapters, all of which have a aluminum enclosure and a braided cable. There’s a USB-C to HDMI 2.1 8K cable (here), a USB-C to HDMI 2.1 8K adapter (here), and a USB-C 2.5 Gigabit Ethernet adapter (here).

Price: $40 — $50

a keyboardKickstarter

Keychron Q1 HE

The Keychron Q1 HE is the company’s first mechanical keyboard to have Hall effect switches (which is what the “HE” stands for). These keys feature magnets instead of pins and thus are more pressure sensitive and responsive for gaming. Keychron is running a Kickstarter for the Q1 HE right now.

Price: $214


a retro mini computerAyaneo

Ayaneo Retro Mini PC AM01

The AM01 is Ayaneo’s first miniature PC and, as you probably can tell, it pays homage to Apple’s original Macintosh. Inside, it packs a AMD Ryzen 3 3200U processor, 8GB of RAM and 256GB of storage — but you can get upgraded specs if you’re willing to pay more. And for early Indiegogo backers, it starts at just $149.

Price: $149+

a pair of glassesAmazon

Amazon Echo Frames (3rd-Gen)

Amazon announced its third-generation smart glasses — which have improved sound and faster Alexa — in September but didn’t give us a release date. That’s changed. They’re available now for preorder and will ship in early December. Early adopters can save $75.

Price: $270 $195

a group of sensorsIkea

Ikea Smart Sensors

Ikea announced three different smart Zigbee sensors — all are super affordable (less than $10) and will be compatible with Google Home, Alexa and Apple HomeKit. The Parasoll is a door and window sensor. The Vallhorn is a motion sensor. And the Badring is a water leakage sensor. They’re expected to be released in the US by next spring.

Price: TBD

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Insta360 Ace and Ace Pro

Insta360’s newest action cameras, the Ace and Ace Pro, look strikingly similar to the last GoPros and they pack similar specs — both are capable of capturing 48-megapixel stills and shoot 4K video (at 120fps). The signature feature of both is a touchscreen viewfinder that can be flipped around for easier vlogging.

Price: $380 (Ace); $450 (Ace Pro)

usb dacAstell & Kern

Astell&Kern AK HC4

This is Astell&Kern’s latest portable USB DAC/amp for your smartphone. It has two headphone jacks, 4.4mm (balanced) and 3.5mm (unbalanced), and supports up to 32-bit/384kHz lossless audio. And it comes with both USB-C and Lightning adapters, so it’s compatible with iPhones and Androids alike.

Price: $229


WiiM Amp

The WiiM Amp is an all-new streaming amplifier that works very similarly to the Sonos Amp — it can drive your passive speakers (up to four) while adding both Wi-Fi and Bluetooth streaming capabilities as well. The kicker is that the WiiM Amp is more than half the price.

Price: $299


FiiO Q15

The FiiO Q15 is a high-end portable DAC/Amp for your smartphone. And it’s unique for a few reasons. It has a built-in battery and thus won’t drain power from your smartphone. And it has a 1.3-inch color display that can show you real time data for sampling rate, gain, volume or battery status.

Price: $399

pocket game consolesAnalogue

Analogue Pocket (Classic Limited Editions)

Analogue is releasing more limited edition colorways of its Pocket handheld — this time in the same eight classic colors of the original Game Boy Advance.

Price: $249

charging portMophie

Mophie 3-in-1 Travel Charger with MagSafe (2023)

This is an updated version of Mophie’s 2021-released 3-in-1 travel charger. Like before, it has a foldable design and can wirelessly for your iPhone, AirPods and Apple Watch. The difference is that it’s made of more eco-friendly materials and it supports fast-charging for the newest Apple Watches.

Price: $150

streaming amplifierRotel

Rotel RAS-5000

The Rotel RAS-5000 is a powerful integrated amplifier with a multitude of wireless streaming capabilities, including support for Spotify Connect, Tidal, Airplay 2, Google Cast and Bluetooth aptX HD. It also has wired connections galore, including HDMI ARC, so you can turn into a hub for your home theater or modern hi-fi system.

Price: $2,999

a white cameraOpal

Opal Tadpole

The Tadpole is Opal’s second-ever webcam and significantly different from its original C1. It’s much smaller, for starters, and designed to be clipped on top of your laptop — not desktop. It has a big 48-megapixel sensor and is capable of capturing 4K video. Available in white or black.

Price: $175

a red and black machineiFi Audio

iFi iDSD Diablo 2

The Diablo 2 is a high-end and high-powered portable DAC/headphone amp. It has an all-metal design and supports most high-res codecs out there (up to 32-bit/768kHz PCM). The most notable thing about the Diablo 2 is that it’s the first portable DAC to support Bluetooth aptX Lossless.

Price: $1,299

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Sharp Roku TV OLED 4K Ultra HD

Sharp teamed up with Roku to create the first OLED TV with a Roku smart operating system. The TV is available in two sizes — 55- and 65-inches — and, as a bit of a perk, both are steeply discounted for Black Friday and Cyber Monday.

Price: $1,900 (55″); $2,500 (65″)

pluggable usbcAmazon

Plugable USB-C Dual HDMI Docking Station (UD-MSTH2)

The Plugable UD-MSTH2 is the company’s most affordable docking station that supports two external 4K displays (at 60Hz). It connects to your laptop via USB-C while both monitors connect to it via two HDMI ports. It adds a couple extra ports and supports 65-watts of pass-through power.

Price: $150

earbuds in a caseMaster & Dynamic

Master & Dynamic MW09

The Master & Dynamic MW09 are the company’s newest flagship wireless earbuds with active noise-cancellation. Compared to their predecessors, the MW08, the new models boast improved sound, ANC and battery life. They also have a slightly updated look.

Price: $349

a black camera with a lensSony

Sony A9 III

The Sony A9 III mirrorless camera is the first full-frame camera to have global shutter. allowing it to expose every pixel simultaneously so there is no distortion while shooting both photos and video. The camera will be available next spring.

Price: $5,999+

handheld game consoleSteam

Steam Deck OLED

The Steam Deck OLED is a new-and-improved version of Value’s 2022-released handheld. The big upgrade is its OLED (instead of LCD) display, but it also boasts significantly more battery life, improved connectivity, a quieter fan and it’s a little bit lighter. It’ll be available in 512GB and 1TB models.

Price: $549 (512GB); $649 (1Tzb)

a pair of black headphonesMeze Audio

Meze Audio Empyrean II

Meze Audio announced a second-generation version of its 2018-released Empyrean planar magnetic headphones. The Empyrean II have a slightly updated design, cushier earpads and improved drivers (specifically, Isodynamic Hybrid Array drivers) for even better sonic performance.

Price: $2,999

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Humane AI Pin

The Humane AI Pin is a first-of-a-kind gadget. It’s an AI-powered device – with a camera, speaker and mini-projector — and battery pack that clips onto your clothes and you wear throughout the day. It runs its own software and responds to voice and gesture controls. It’s essentially a smart device without a traditional screen (nor does it run apps) that’s meant to be the future of wearables.

Price: $699

a pair of black headphonesSoundcore

Soundcore AeroFit Pro

The Soundcore AeroFit Pro is the company’s first pair of open-ear wireless earbuds designed for runners. They also come with an optional neckband that connects to the bottom of each earhook for extra security. They have an IPX5 rating and, thanks to LDAC support, can play high-res audio over Bluetooth.

Price: $170


Nomad Charge Mount

Nomad announced its first MagSafe car mount. It has a slick all-black design and comes with an 18-watt USB-C car adapter so you can fast charge your iPhone. (Nomad also announced the Mount, which looks the same, costs $45, but can’t charge your iPhone.)

Price: $80

earbuds in a caseJLab

JLab Epic Lab

JLab is best known for making super affordable wireless earbuds — the Epic Lab aren’t that. At $200, they are the company’s most premium pair of wireless earbuds to date. They boast active noise-cancellation, Bluetooth multipoint and wireless charging. And, most significantly, they support LDAC high-resolution audio.

Price: $200

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M3 MacBook Pro (2023)

Apple introduced a new family of M3 chipsets — there’s the M3, M3 Pro and M3 Max — and updated 14- and 16-inch MacBook Pros that are powered by them. These new MacBook Pros have the same design as their predecessors, but boost improved performance (especially GPU) and the higher-end models are available in a new “space black” color.

Price: $1,599+

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M3 iMac (2023)

The iMac hadn’t been refreshed since its huge design overhaul in 2021. This week, introduced updated iMacs with an M3 chip (instead of M1) that promises to be a significantly faster machine. The M3 iMac comes in the same seven colors as before and starts at the same price, too.

Price: $1,299+

black speakersKanto Audio

Kanto Audio Ora

The Kanto Audio Ora is a pair of powered desktop loudspeakers that connect to your computer via USB-C. They have built-in Bluetooth for easy streaming, and even have RCA outputs for connecting to a hi-fi system.

Price: $350

belkin boostcharge pro dockBelkin

Belkin BoostCharge Pro 2-in-1 Dock with MagSafe

Belkin announced a new 2-in-1 MagSafe charging stand for your iPhone and Apple Watch that is exclusively being sold by Apple. It has a minimalist design and is available in two neutral colors: sand or charcoal.

Price: $129


osmo pocket 3Osmo

DJI Osmo Pocket 3

Like its predecessors, the third-generation Osmo Pocket is a three-axis handheld gimbal. It stands out by having a significantly improved camera, a larger sensor, a longer-lasting battery and a much bigger touchscreen that now rotates between portrait and landscape modes. The catch? It’s considerably more expensive than past Pockets.

Price: $519

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Marantz CD 50n

The Marantz CD 50n is a streaming CD player that’s extremely versatile. It has a bevy of analog and digital inputs so you can hook it up to your existing hi-fi system or TV. It also supports high-resolution streaming over Wi-Fi. And is comes integrated with HEOS multi-room streaming platform.

Price: $1,800

a black speakerSoundcore

Soundcore Motion X500

The Soundcore Motion X500 is a portable Bluetooth speaker that’s essentially a smaller and more affordable version of the Motion X600 that was released this past April. It also supports LDAC and is capable of playing higher-res files than most other portable speakers. It costs $170, but you can get $40 if you put a $1 deposit down now.

Price: $170

wyze video doorbell v2Wyze

Wyze Video Doorbell v2

This is Wyze’s second-generation wired video doorbell. It captures a 2K video and has the usual features, such as 2-way talk and night vision. The kicker is that it has a microSD slot for local storage (card sold separately) and supports free 12-second recordings every time the doorbell is pressed.

Price: $40

a black camera with a lensLeica

Leica M11-P

The Leica M11-P is a special version of the company’s flagship M11 rangefinder. What makes the “P” really unique is that it has a special chip that can add ‘Content Credentials’ metadata to each photo, which can be verified Adobe’s Content Authenticity Initiative. Basically, it can prove if the photo has been edited or altered in any way.

Price: $9,195

a black keyboard with a white backgroundHH Keyboard

HHKB Studio

The Happy Hacker Keyboard (casual known as the “HHKB”) is perhaps the most iconic serious-but-portable mechanical keyboard. The new “Studio” model takes its functionality up a notch with a nub mouse and side-mounted touchpads to let it completely take the place of your mouse as well. Yes, there’s a learning curve, but that’s part of the HHKB line’s extremely nerdy appeal.

Price: $449 $329

a black doorbellEcobee

Ecobee Smart Doorbell Camera (Wired)

Best known for its smart thermostats, Ecobee has introduced its first smart video doorbell. It does most of what you’d expect a smart doorbell camera to do — 24/7 live feed, two-way talk, motion alerts and package detection — and is compatible with Amazon Alexa, HomeKit and, coming soon, Google Home.

Price: $160

mophie snap plus juice pack mini standZagg

Mophie Snap+ Juice Pack Mini Stand

This is Mophie’s newest MagSafe-compatible portable battery for the latest iPhones. It has a 5,000 mAh capacity and an integrated kickstand. There’s an in/out USB-C port on the side that, provided you have an extra cable, will allow you to charge a second gadget while also wirelessly charging your iPhone.

Price: $60

apple pencilApple

Apple Pencil (USB-C)

Apple announced a more affordable Apple Pencil that charges via USB-C. It looks similar to the $129 Apple Pencil and can similarly magnetically stick to newer flat-edged iPads, but it can’t wirelessly charge. It also lacks some higher-end features, like pressure sensitivity, so it’s meant more for signing documents rather than being used for art.

Price: $79

schiit audio midgardSchiit

Schiit Audio Skoll

The California hi-fi company announced the Skoll, a balanced MM/MC phono preamplifier for high-end turntables. It has single-ended and balanced inputs and outputs, gain controls on its front panel (up to 70dB), and comes with a remote.

Price: $399

analogue 3dAnalogue

Analogue 3D

The Analogue 3D is an upcoming retro control that promises to be able to play Nintendo 64 games and output the games in beautiful 4K. Analogue didn’t divulge much other info — nor did it show off a photo of the 3D — but did share that the console will be available sometime in 2024.

Price: TBD

portable wired wireless dac and ampBloom Audio

Astell&Kern AK HB1

The Astell&Kern AK HB1 is a portable USB DAC/amp that’s designed to deliver high-res audio to your wired headphones. More interestingly, the AK HB1 also has built-in Bluetooth and supports 24-bit LDAC and aptX HD, so you can stream higher-res files to your wireless headphones, too.

Price: $269

a group of speakersPSB Speakers

PSB Imagine Loudspeaker Series

PSB announced its Image series of loudspeakers consisting of two sets of floorstanding speakers and a pair of bookshelf speakers. The speakers feature crossover and driver technologies from the PSB’s higher-end lines, but at a more affordable price.

Price: $699/pair (bookshelf); $1,499 — $1,999/pair (floodstanding)

mophie universal wireless magsafe 3 in 1 extendable standZagg

Mophie Universal Wireless MagSafe 3-in-1 Extendable Stand

This is a 3-in-1 MagSafe wireless charger for your iPhone, Apple Watch and AirPods. It’s standout feature is an extendable arm that can lift your iPhone up to 16-inches high while simultaneously charging it.

Price: $150

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Sony PlayStation 5 “Slim”

Sony announced a redesigned PS5 that’s a little bit smaller, lighter and slimmer than the 2019-released PS5 — the new model is not technically called “Slim,” but that’s what people are referring to it as. The other neat thing is that you can buy an detachable disc drive for an extra $80 and play physical games.

Price: $459 (Digital Edition); $499 (with disc drive)


Sony InZone Buds

The InZone Buds are wireless earbuds that are specifically designed for gaming on a PS5, PC or smartphone. There’s a USB-C dongle that comes in the case that creates a low-latency connection. They also support ANC and transparency modes for when you’re not gaming.

Price: $200

a white keyboard with a white backgroundLogitech

Logitech Wave Keys

The Logitech Wave Keys is the company’s newest wireless ergonomic keyboard that comes with an integrated cushion for your palms to rest. It’s compatible with both Windows PCs and Macs. Available in black or white.

Price: $60

a white security cameraTapo

Tapo Wire-Free MagCam

The Tapo Wire-Free MagCam is a new battery-powered smart home camera designed for the indoors or outdoors. It shoots 2K video and supports people- and pet-recognition (for free). It’s compatible with either Google Home and Amazon Alexa smart home ecosystems.

Price: $120

a black camera with a white backgroundLeica

Leica Sofort 2

The Leica Sofort 2 is a new instant film camera and direct successor to the 2016-released Sofort. Unlike its predecessor, however, the Sofort 2 lets you pick and choose which of your shots you want to print. It has enough internal memory to store 45 of your shots, but there’s a micro SD slot that allows you to add more storage.

Price: $389


Google Pixel 8

The Pixel 8 is the company’s new baseline smartphone. Compared to last year’s Pixel 7, the Pixel 8 has a brighter screen with a higher refresh (now up to 120Hz), faster charging and Google’s new Tensor G3 chip and an improved main camera. The downside is that Google increased its starting price.

Price: $699


Google Pixel Watch 2

Google’s second-generation smartwatch looks identical to the original Pixel Watch, but it packs a much improved processor, a bunch of new sensors (including barometer, magnetometer and a skin temperature sensor) and up to 24 hours of battery life with its always-on display turned on.

Price: $349


Google Pixel 8 Pro

The Pixel 8 Pro is the company’s new high-end smartphone. It’s the same size and looks mostly the same as its predecessor, the Pixel 7 Pro, but the Pixel 8 Pro has improved cameras, a brighter screen, a next-gen Tensor G3 chip and a lot more software tricks. It also comes with the promise of seven years of OS updates.

Price: $999+

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Google Pixel Buds Pro

Google didn’t exactly announce new Pixel Buds Pros, although it did introduce new color options to match the Pixel 8 and Pixel 8 Pro. It did announce, however, that it was going to roll out new features, most notably conversation detection and improved call quality, that will come via a software update.

Price: $200

samsung phoneSamsung

Samsung Galaxy S23 FE

This “Fan Edition” smartphone is essentially a more budget-friendly version of Samsung’s flagship Galaxy S23. It looks mostly the same, but has a slightly dated processor and a less-capable telephoto lens. It costs $600, making it $200 cheaper.

Price: $600

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Samsung Galaxy Tab S9 FE & FE Plus

Samsung announced “Fan Edition” versions of its Tab S9 and Tab S9 Plus tablets. They pack older chipsets and have LED displays rather than OLED displays, but they still look similar and come with Samsung’s S Pen stylus.

Price: $449+; $799+ (Plus)

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Samsung Galaxy Buds FE

The Galaxy Buds FE are noise-canceling wireless earbuds that cost just $99. They are essentially a more budget-friendly alternative to the Galaxy Buds 2, which are $50 more expensive.

Price: $99

plugable thunderbolt 4 and usb4 docking stationAmazon

Plugable Thunderbolt 4 and USB4 Docking Station

This is a new powerhouse of a docking station that adds 10 extra ports to your setup and can support two 4K (60Hz) external monitors. It boasts 100-watts of passthrough power for keeping your laptop fully charged, too.

Price: $290



DJI Mini 4 Pro

DJI announced a new and improved version of its compact drone. Compared to the Mini 3 Pro, the Mini 4 Pro has the same camera but new obstacle avoidance sensors and smarter tracking abilities. It still weighs less than 250 grams, meaning you don’t need a license to fly it.

Price: $759

transparent pocket gameAnalogue

Analogue Pocket (Transparent)

Analogue announced an extremely limited batch of transparent Pockets that pays homage to the clear GameBoys of yesteryear. These handheld consoles come in seven different finishes — red, orange, green, blue, purple, black and clear — and will go on sale on September 29th at 11AM ET.

Price: $249

portable dac and headphone amplifierFiiO

FiiO KA13

The KA13 is FiiO’s gorgeous (and affordable) new portable DAC and headphones amplifier. It has a USB-C connection and supports lossless audio up to 32-bit/384kHz as well as native DSD256 hi-res audio files.

Price: $79

bluetooth soundsystemTivoli Audio

Tivoli Audio Songbook and Songbook Max

The Songbook (shown) and larger Songbook Max are boombox-style portable Bluetooth speakers from Tivoli Audio. Each boasts a handle, playful knobs and switches and, uniquely, can function as a standalone amp.

Price: $449; $599 (Max)


Sennheiser Accentum Wireless

These are Sennheiser’s take on a more budget-friendly pair of noise-canceling headphones. They promise a similar sound and fit to the company’s flagship Momentum 4 Wireless ($380), but are mostly plastic and don’t have quite the same level of active noise-cancellation.

Price: $180


Bose QuietComfort Ultra Headphones

The Bose QuietComfort Ultra is the company’s new flagship noise-canceling headphones (they replace the 2019-released Noise-Canceling 700s). They have a new foldable design with plush earcups, improved noise-cancellation and call clarity, and they support spatial audio.

Price: $429


Nikon Zf

The Nikon Zf is a mirrorless camera with retro appeal. It packs a 24.5-megapixel full-frame sensor and similar shooting capabilities as the Nikon’s higher-end Z8 and Z9 cameras, but has physical buttons and dials and looks like a vintage shooter.

Price: $2,000 (body only)

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Amazon Echo Show 8 (3rd-Gen)

Amazon’s newest smart display looks almost identical to its 2021-released predecessor, but packs a faster processor, improved sound quality and a now centrally-placed camera. It also has some advanced AI abilities and can sense when you are nearby and will then change what’s on its screen accordingly.

Price: $150


Bose QuietComfort Ultra Earbuds

The Bose QuietComfort Ultra Earbuds are the company’s new flagship noise-canceling wireless earbuds (replacing the 2022-released QC Earbuds II). They boast improved mics for call clarity and support for spatial audio. Available in early October.

Price: $299

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Amazon Echo Hub

The Echo Hub is a wall-mounted tablet with an 8-inch touchscreen. It’s basically a more streamlined version of the Echo Show 8 and works much the same way. It’s mainly meant to be a central hub for controlling your smart home gadgets.

Price: $180

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Amazon Echo Frames (3rd-Gen)

Like their predecessors, Amazon’s newest Echo Frames work as a combo of eyeglasses (or sunglasses) and headphones — there are speakers built into each arm. The third-generation Echo Frames have improved sound, faster Alexa and come in a number of stylish frames.

Price: $270+


Bose QuietComfort Headphones

The Bose QuietComfort Headphones replace its 2021-released QuietComfort 45 as the company’s mid-range noise-canceling headphones. They look almost identical to their predecessors, but pack improved software allows for more customizable ANC settings.

Price: $349

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Amazon Fire TV Soundbar

This is Amazon’s first soundbar released under the Fire TV name. It’s meant to be paired with any Fire TV (optimized for 50-inch and smaller models) and give them a boost in audio quality. It has built-in Bluetooth for easy music streaming, too.

Price: $120

headphonesBowers & Wilkins

Bowers & Wilkins Px7 S2e

The Px7 S2e is an “evolved” version of last year’s flagship Px7 S2 noise-canceling headphones. The new models are mostly the same as their predecessors, with the same design and specs, but they have a new DSP for improved sound quality. They are also available in a new forest green finish.

Price: $399

bluetooth speakerTivoli Audio

Tivoli Audio Model Two Digital

Tivoli Audio’s Model Two Digital is a wireless speaker with built-in Wi-Fi (AirPlay 2, Chromecast, Spotify Connect) and Bluetooth streaming capabilities. It looks like a modern version of the company’s Model One — it has similar wooden veneers but comes with a new metallic grille — although it lacks a true AM/FM radio.

Price: $449


Fujifilm Instax Pal

The Instax Pal is a super small 4.9-megapixel digital camera that comes bundled with Fujifilm’s Instax Mini 2 smartphone printer. After snapping photos with the camera, you can then select which photos you want to print on its companion smartphone app. (Read DPReview’s review for more details.)

Price: $200 (bundle)


Anker Soundcore Motion 300

The Soundcore Motion 300 is an ultra-portable Bluetooth speaker that’s super waterproof (IPX7) and can even float. It has a metallic grill and rubberized sides and buttons. It also supports LDAC files, so if you have a compatible Android you can play high-res sound.

Price: $80


iPhone 15 Pro and Pro Max

The iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max have a couple of key upgrades over their predecessors. They have a customizable Action button, a new titanium case, a USB-C charging port, Apple’s new A17 Pro chip and an upgraded camera system. The Pro Max also has a 5x telephoto lens.

Price: $999+ (Pro); $1,199+ (Pro Max)


iPhone 15 and 15 Plus

Apple’s more affordable line of new iPhones get a brighter screen with the Dynamic Island (which was previously only on the Pros). They’ve also been updated with an improved camera system and a USB-C charging port.

Price: $799+; $899+ (Plus)


Apple Watch Ultra 2

Apple’s second-generation Ultra smartwatch looks identical to its predecessor, but boasts several key updates under the hood. It has a 2x brighter screen, a much faster chipset and supports new-age features like gesture controls and on-device Siri processing.

Price: $799+


Apple Watch Series 9

The Series 9 looks identical to last year’s Series 8, but Apple has given it a brighter display and its fancy S9 processor, the latter of which enables new features like double-tap gesture controls and on-device Siri processing. The Series 9 is also Apples’s first-ever carbon neutral product.

Price: $399+


AirPods Pro w/ USB-C Charging Case

Apple released new AirPods Pro with a USB-C charging case (no more Lightning). They are almost the same as last year’s second-generation AirPods Pro, but they’ve been updated with improved dust resistance (now IP54 instead of IPX4). And when paired with Apple’s Vision Pro headset, they’ll actually support lossless audio.

Price: $249


Fujifilm GFX100 II

Fujifilm announced its newest flagship medium-format mirrorless camera. Compared to its predecessor, the Fuji’s GFX100 “II” has a more compact body, a new sensor and significantly faster autofocus. It’s also $2,500 less expensive than the GFX100. It’ll be available this fall.

Price: $7,499 (body only)


HP Spectre Fold

The HP Spectre Fold is a 3-in-1 foldable PC similar to last year’s Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Fold — it can function as a 13-inch laptop, a 17-inch tablet or 17-inch desktop (thanks to its attachable keyboard. The main difference is that Spectre Fold promises to be a more refined, more premium and significantly more expensive device.

Price: $5,000

phone and watch chargerTwelve South

Twelve South HiRise 3 Deluxe

Twelve South’s newest 3-in-1 MagSafe charger is designed to wirelessly charge three of your Apple devices — iPhone, AirPods and Apple Watch — at once. It’ll work with your iPhone’s new Standby mode.

Price: $150


1More Penta P50

The 1More Penta P50 are the company’s newest wire earbuds that promise hi-fi sound at a relatively inexpensive price. Each earbud packs five drivers and the cables detachable, similar to what you’d find in higher-end IEMs.

Price: $170

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Devialet Gemini II

The French hi-fi company announced its second-generation flagship wireless earbuds. Compared to its 2020-released predecessors, the Gemini II boast significantly improved active noise-cancellation and sound quality, but they cost $150 more. These are one of the most expensive wireless earbuds out there.

Price: $449

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Ultimate Ears Epicboom

UE released its first truly new portable speaker in years. The Epicboom is about twice the size (and cost) of the company’s Megaboom 3. And its UE’s first portable speaker to charge via USB-C.

Price: $350

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Sonos Move 2

The Move 2 is a new and improved version of Sonos’s 2019-released Move. It’s been updated with stereo sound, double the battery life, a refined look and support for a USB-C line-in. It also comes in a new olive finish.

Price: $449

polaroid cameraPolaroid

Polaroid I-2

The Polaroid I-2 is the company’s most expensive and most ambitious instant film camera to date. It comes with manual controls, a fancy lens and support for three different types of film.

Price: $600

record playerVictrola

Victrola Hi-Res Carbon

The Victrola Hi-Res Carbon looks similar to the company’s Stream Carbon, but instead of working with Sonos, this model supports high-res streaming over Bluetooth (up to aptX Adaptive). It can stream audio to any Bluetooth-enabled speaker or headphone.

Price: $599

record playerVictrola

Victrola Hi-Res Onyx

The Victrola Hi-Res Onyx is a more budget-friendly alternative to the company’s new Hi-Res Carbon. It has an all-black finish, but comes with a less high-end tonearm and cartridge. It supports the same high-res streaming over Bluetooth (up to aptX Adaptive).

Price: $399

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GoPro Hero 12 Black

The big upgrade with GoPro’s newest flagship action camera, the Hero 12 Black, is that it doubles the runtime for recording continuous footage. It supports Bluetooth audio so you can use a wireless headset (including AirPods) as a mic. And there’s larger lens, called the new Maxs Lens Mod, that you can buy for an extra $100.

Price: $400+

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Nomad Base One Max 3-in-1

Nomad has expanded its line of premium MagSafe chargers. The Nomad Base One Max 3-in-1 is made of the same high-end materials as the existing Base One and Base One Max, but wireless charging three devices: iPhone, Apple Watch and AirPods.

Price: $170

technics turntableTechnics

Technics SL-1200GR2

Technics announced a modern version of its iconic direct-drive SL-1200 from the 1970s. The SL-1200GR2 retains a similar design but has been given new motor control and an upgrade power supply to help deliver an even more immaculate sound. It’ll be available this December.

Price: $2,200


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Sony A7C II

Sony announced a second-generation model of its popular A7C compact mirrorless camera. The “II” boasts a larger 33-megapixel CMOS sensor (up from its predecessor’s 24MP sensor), newer processor, improved autofocus and viewfinder with higher magnification. It starts at $400 more expensive.

Price: $2,198 (body only)

analogue glow in the dark pocketAnalogue

Analogue Pocket Glow

The Analogue Pocket Glow is a glow-in-the-dark version of its handheld console — only a very limited quantity will be sold. You can order one on Analogue’s website on September 1st at 11AM ET.

Price: $250


Jabra Elite 10

The Elite 10 is the company’s new top-of-the-line wireless earbuds. They pack its best sound quality and most powerful active noise-cancellation, plus they have new semi-open design for improved comfort.

Price: $250


Jabra Elite 8 Active

The Elite 8 Active are the company’s most rugged wireless earbuds to date. They have an IP68 water-resistance rating and meet the Military Standard 810H, meaning they can survive extreme temperatures and hard impacts.

Price: $200

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JBL Authentics 200

The JBL Authentics 200 is a portable speakers with Bluetooth and Wi-Fi connectivity. Aside from its retro design, its standout feature is that you can set it up so it’ll answer both “Hey Google” and “Alexa” voice commands. (JBL also offers two larger speakers, the Authentics 300 and Authentics 500.)

Price: $330


Marshall Motif II ANC

Marshall announced a new-and-improved version of its flagship noise-canceling wireless earbuds. The Motif II ANC have a similar design as its 2021-released predecessor, but have improved battery life and faster charging capabilities.

Price: $199


JLab JBuds Mini

The JLab JBuds Mini are super small wireless earbuds that come in an equally small charging case — there’s even a ring for attaching to a keychain. The budget-friendly earbuds lack active noise-cancellation, but do have a transparency mode and support Bluetooth multi-point.

Price: $40

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Plugable USB Type-C Extension Cable with Power Meter

This new USB-C charging cable has a built-in power meter that can show you realtime charging data. It supports 240-watt charging speeds and thus will be a fun accessory for those charging their smartphone or laptop.

Price: $20

usbc gan chargerPlugable

Plugable USB-C GaN Charger

Plugable’s newest 30-watt charger is super small and yet capable of charging your iPhone at its fastest possible speeds. Available in white or black finishes.

Price: $20

record playerU-Turn Audio

U-Turn Audio Orbit (Gen 2)

U-Turn announced a refreshed or “Gen 2” line of its popular Orbit turntables. They’ve been given some hi-fi upgrades including a new magnesium tonearm, electronic speed control and an improved drive system. Like before, there are four Orbit models — Custom, Basic, Plus and Special — in this refreshed line.

Price: $249 — $999

speakersBowers & Wilkins

Bowers & Wilkins 600 Series

Bowers & Wilkins introduced a new-and-improved 600 Series of loudspeakers. There are four models — 603 S3 (floorstanding), 606 S3 (standmount), 607 S3 (bookshelf) and the HTM6 S3 (center channel) — each of which features a new Titanium Dome tweeter.

Price: $900 (bookshelf/pair) — $2,500 (floorstanding/pair)


PlayStation Portal

The PlayStation Portal is a handheld console that plays PS5 games. You’ll still need to have a PS5 console to play it, granted. And since it streams games from your console over Wi-Fi, you can only play Portal when you have a reliable Wi-Fi connection. It’ll be available later this year.

Price: $200

headphonesAnker Soundcore

Anker Soundcore Space One

The Soundcore Space One is Anker’s newest pair of wireless over-ear headphones with active noise-cancellation. Compared to its predecessor, the Space, the Space One have a new design, improved noise-cancellation and longer battery life.

Price: $100

gaming headsetHyperX

HyperX Cloud III Wireless

HyperX announced a third-generation of its extremely popular Cloud Wireless gaming headset. The new model has improved sound, more padded earcups and an incredible 120-hour battery life — which is 4x times the juice of its predecessor. On the downside, it’s $20 more expensive.

Price: $170


Urbanista Malibu

The Urbanista Malibu is an ultra-portable Bluetooth speaker with a unique feature — it’s equipped with the company’s solar-powered technology (which Urbanista has integrated in some of its headphones), meaning you might never need to charge it the old fashion way.

Price: $149

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Moment T-Series

Moment’s T-Series of lenses are designed to get more out of your smartphone’s camera. Compared to its existing M-Series, which has been around since 2017, the T-Series all have thicker glass for better optics and are bigger to better fit today’s smartphones. There are 8 lenses in the T-Series.

Price: $120 – $150 (per lens)

dock standSatechi

Satechi Dual Dock Stand

This a 3-in-1 accessory for your Mac or Windows laptop. It’s a USB-C hub that adds nine total ports and supports up to two external monitors. It’s an SSD enclosure. And it’s kind of ergonomic stand that rests underneath your laptop. If ordered by August 24, you get 20-percent off with code: NVME20.

Price: $150

dockcase smart hubDockcase

Dockcase Smart USB-C Hub 10-in-1 Explorer Edition

Dockcase’s USB-C docking station adds ten ports to your laptop or desktop and can support a dual monitor setup (4K at 60fps). It’s a standout for its mostly see-through design and its built-in 1-inch display that can show you a wide variety of data. The Kickstarter campaign runs through the end of the month.

Price: $159 ($109 Super Early Bird)

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House of Marley Stir it Up Lux Bluetooth

House of Marley announced an updated version of its eco-friendly turntable. The “Lux” model has a built-in phono preamp (switchable) and an Audio-Technica AT-95E (MM) phono cartridge. It supports Bluetooth, too, so you can stream vinyl to a wireless speaker.

Price: $400


Technics EAH-AZ40M2

Technics’s latest wireless earbuds lack some of the hi-fi capabilities of its $299 flagship EAH-AZ80 earbuds, but they deliver active noise-cancellation and convenient features (like Bluetooth multi-point) at a more mid-range price.

Price: $169


Zagg Pro Stylus 2

The Zagg Pro Stylus 2 is the newest accessory for the iPad Pro. The coolest thing about it is that it actually supports magnetic wireless charging just like the second-generation Apple Pencil. It’s also available in five different colors: gray, yellow (shown), white, blue or pink.

Price: $80

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Astell&Kern UW100 MK II

Astell&Kern’s second-generation wireless earbuds, the UW100 MK II, look almost identical and cost the same as their 2022-released processors. The difference is that they have improved sound and battery life, and they come in a significantly smaller charging case.

Price: $299

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WiiM Pro Plus

The WiiM Pro Plus is the successor to the WiiM Pro that was released earlier this year. The “Plus” does pretty much the same thing — it hooks up to your old audio system and allows you to stream to it in a multitude of ways — but boasts upgraded internals for streaming lossless audio (up to 32-bit/192kHz).

Price: $219

lg tv in a living roomLG

LG Signature OLED M (model 97M3)

The LG Signature OLED M is the company’s super high-end OLED TV that’s almost completely wireless. There’s a separate box that houses all your sources (such as cable box and gaming consoles) and then streams it to the TV. The absolutely huge 93-inch TV has an equally huge price tag.

Price: $30,000

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ESR 25W 3-in-1 Wireless Charger with MagSafe

ESR’s newest MagSafe 3-in-1 charging station can wirelessly charge the latest iPhone (at its full 15-watt potential) along with your AirPods and Apple Watch. It’s integrated with the company’s CryoBoost cooling technology to make sure your device don’t overheat, too.

Price: $120


Audioengine N22 (2nd Gen)

Audioengine finally released a second-generation version of its N22 desktop and headphone amplifier (which has been around since 2010). The new model has a refreshed design, upgraded internals and adds built-in Bluetooth and USB-C connectivity. It’s also more expensive.

Price: $269


Marshall Studio JTM

Marshall’s new vintage-inspired amplifiers pay homage to its legendary JTM45 tube amp from the 1960s. The Studio JTM range consists of four models — 20-watt head and 20-watt combo amps, and 1 x 12” and 2 x 12” cabinets — all of which are more compact and lightweight than the original.

Price: $1,480+


DJI Osmo Action 4

DJI’s newest flagship action camera, the Osmo Action 4, has a larger sensor – now 1/1.3-inch image sensor — and promises better low-light performance. Compared to the Osmo Action 3, the “4” also has a slightly more durable design and $70 more expensive price tag.

Price: $399

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Belkin BoostCharge Pro

Belkin has quite a few MagSafe chargers in its BoostCharge line. The newest addition, the BoostCharge Pro, is a 2-in-1 wireless charging pad that rests flat on your desk and can simultaneously charge your iPhone and AirPods (with a wireless charging case).

Price: $80

laptop standTwelve South

Twelve South Curve SE

Twelve South released a more affordable version of its popular Curve laptop stand. It’s looks almost identical to the Curve, but it has a three-piece design that snaps together (instead of a one piece design) and only comes in one silver finish.

Price: $40

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Wyze Battery Cam Pro

The Wyze Battery Cam Pro is a battery-powered smart home camera with a unique feature: it’s capable of continuous recording even when running solely on battery. So if your power goes out, the camera won’t miss a beat (until its battery needs recharging).

Price: $94+


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Sony WF-1000XM5

The Sony WF-1000XM5 are the company’s new flagship noise-canceling wireless earbuds. Compared to their predecessors, the Sony gave the XM5s better noise cancellation, better sound and better call clarity. Each earbud is actually 25 percent smaller, so they fit more comfortably in your ears.

Price: $300

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Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 5

The Galaxy Z Flip 5 is the fifth-generation foldable smartphone in Samsung’s “Flip” series. Samsung gave it a bunch of internal upgrades, but the biggest physical change is that the small cover screen on the front of the smartphone is 3.78-times bigger than the one on last year’s Flip 4. Available for preorder now.

Price: $1,000

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Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 5

The Galaxy Z Fold 5 is the newest foldable smartphone in Samsung’s higher-end and more-productivity-focused Fold series. It’s not that much different than last year’s Fold 4, but it has upgraded internals and a slimmer, lighter and more pocketable design. Available for preorder now.

Price: $1,800

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Samsung Galaxy Watch 6

The Galaxy Watch 6 is the next generation of last year’s Galaxy Watch 5. It has a larger and brighter display, slimmer bezels, larger batteries, faster charging capabilities and a couple of new health and wellness features. It’s available in 40mm and 44mm sizes.

Price: $330

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Samsung Galaxy Watch 6 Classic

The Samsung Galaxy Watch 6 Classic is essentially a larger version of the Galaxy Watch 6 — it’s available in 43mm and 47mm sizes. The other standout difference is that it has a physical rotating bezel, which used to be a signature feature for Samsung smartwatches.

Price: $400+

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Samsung Galaxy Tab S9 Series

Samsung introduced its next-generation line of Android tablets. Like last year, there are three options in the Tab S9 Series — the Tab S9 (11″), the Tab S9 Plus (12.4″) and the Tab S9 Ultra (14.6″) — but the big update is that they all have the same AMOLED displays, even the most entry-level model.

Price: $800 (S9); $1,000 (S9+); $1,200 (S9 Ultra)

fluance rt81 elite high fidelity vinyl turntableFluance

Fluance RT81+

The Fluance RT81+ is an upgraded version of the company’s RT81. It has a slightly more contemporary design with the same built-in preamp, but the “+” version has updated cartridge (Audio Technica VM95E) and an anti-resonant platter. It costs an $50.

Price: $300

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Yamaha SR-B30A

The Yamaha SR-B30A is a new affordable Dolby Atmos soundbar. It’s a pretty simple plug-and-play soundbar that’s designed for people wanting immersive sound for their smaller TV. It supports Bluetooth, but not Wi-Fi streaming.

Price: $280

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Beats Studio Pro

The Beats Studio Pro are the first flagship wireless noise-canceling over-ear headphones that the company has released in nearly six years. They have a familiar design, but a lot have new custom drivers, more powerful mics and a bunch of new features that make them work well with iPhones.

Price: $350

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Samsung ViewFinity S9

Announced at CES earlier this year, the Samsung ViewFinity S9 will finally be available in the states this August. It’s a 27-inch smart monitor that delivers a 5K picture and comes integrated with Tizen OS. It costs exactly the same as Apple’s 27-inch Studio Display.

Price: $1,599

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Nomad ChargeKey

Nomad has introduced a modern version of its classic ChargeKey (which it hasn’t made for years). It’s a pocketable charging cable that’s designed to fit on your keychain and charge your devices (with the help of a power adapter). It’s available in two models: USB-C to USB-C or Lighting to USB-C.

Price: $25 (USB-C); $35 (Lightning)

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Beyerdynamic Blue Byrd ANC

Beyerdynamic announced new neckband-style wireless in-ear headphones with active noise-cancellation. The Blue Byrd ANC has an IPX4 water-resistance rating, charges via USB-C and supports AAC and AptX Adaptive codecs.

Price: $149

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Plugable USB4 Dual HDMI Docking Station

Plugable’s newest docking station, the USB4, is unique because it allows you to connect compatible laptops to two external 4K monitors, both running at a 120Hz refresh rate. It’s designed to work with PC laptops running Windows 10 or newer.

Price: $199

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Nothing Phone (2)

The Nothing Phone (2) is the company’s first Android smartphone to be available in the States. It looks very similar to its predecessor, last year’s Phone (1), but boasts higher-end specs and an upgraded and more customizable LED lighting notification system on its back.

Price: $599+

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Sony A6700

The Sony A6700 is the company’s new flagship APS-C mirrorless camera (and the first APS-C camera that Sony has released in years). The 26-megapixel camera is optimized for vlogging thanks to its small body, advanced autofocus system and ability to shoot 4K video at 120fps.

Price: $1,400+

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Samsung OLED S90C 4K TV (83″ Model)

Samsung has introduced an 83-inch model of its affordable S90C line of OLED TVs. In fact, the S90C is Samsung’s only line of OLED TVs that comes in a 83-inch size. You’ll be able to pick one up for just over $5K.

Price: $5,300

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Yamaha True X Series

Yamaha has introduced the True X Series of soundbars and wireless surround sound speakers. There are two True X 50A and the more affordable True X 40A, both of which support Dolby Atmos as well as a multitude of wireless streaming capabilities.

Price: $700 (50A); $500 (40A)

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Nothing Ear (2) Black

The Nothing Ear (2) are the company’s higher-end wireless earbuds with active noise-cancellation. Their unique see-through design and relatively affordable price make them unique. This week, Nothing announced an all-black model.

Price: $149

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Linn Sondek LP12-50

The Sondek LP12-50 is a special edition turntable designed to commemorate the 50th anniversary of Linn releasing its iconic Sondek LP12. The most interesting thing about it is that it’s a collaboration effort with LoveFrom, the design firm that Jony Ive founded post-Apple.

Price: $60,000

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FiiO FW3

The FiiO FW3 is the company’s newest pair of wireless earbuds that are designed to bring solid sound and a relatively low price. Each earbud has a DAC-and-amp combo and they support the highest-res audio files that can play over Bluetooth, including LDAC and aptX Adaptive.

Price: $99

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Satechi Thunderbolt 4 Multimedia Pro Dock

This is Satechi’s newest high-powered USB-C dock that’s aimed at creative professionals. It has 16 different ports, supports 96-watt passthrough power and can connect several external displays.

Price: $350 ($280 launch price)

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Aqara Door and Window Sensor P2

Aqara announced its first smart sensor designed to work with Matter smart homes. It has a two-piece magnetic design and is primed to be placed on a door or window. It has a programmable button and does not need a separate hub to work.

Price: $30


Montblanc MTB 03

Montblanc is best known for its luxury pen and high-end watches, but it’s decided to get into the wireless earbud game. The MTB 03 is the company’s first pair of wireless earbuds. They boast active noise-cancellation, wireless charging and a glossy finish.

Price: $395



Insta360 Go 3

The Go 3 is Insta360’s newest action camera — and it’s actually a two piece modular system. There’s a thumb-sized camera that pops out of a rectangular body (called the “Action Pod”) with a viewfinder. You can attach the Go 3 onto a mount or item of clothing and then view what it’s capturing on the viewfinder.

Price: $379

standing speakerBowers & Wilkins

Bowers & Wilkins 800 Series Diamond Signature Loudspeakers

The British audio company added two new Signature speakers to its ultra high-line of 800 Series loudspeakers. There’s the 801 D4 floorstanding speakers and 805 D4 stand-mounted speakers. B&W have given these new models upgraded crossovers, bracing technologies and improved drivers too.

Price: $50,000 (floorstanding); $12,000/pair (stand-mounts)


Skullcandy Ounce

Skullcandy announced a new line of rugged portable Bluetooth speakers. There are eight speakers in total, ranging from $30 to $80. The “Ounce” is the smallest and most affordable of the company’s new offerings.

Price: $30


Skullcandy Terrain

The Terrain (pictured) and Terrain XL are the two largest of the eight portable Bluetooth speakers that Skullcandy announced this week. They both have an IPX7 water-resistance rating and charge via USB-C.

Price: $60 (Terrain); $80 (Terrain XL)

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WiiM Wake-Up Light

This is a new smart sunrise alarm clock that’s unique because it also works as a full-on Echo speaker with built-in Alexa. You can set wake and sleep schedules so that the light gradually warms or cools, respectively, as well as use your voice to request songs from Spotify or Amazon Music.

Price: $129

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Google Pixel Tablet

Announced last fall, Google’s first tablet in years is finally available. It’s an 11-inch Android tablet that’s powered by the same chip (Tensor G2) that’s in the Pixel 7 smartphone. It’s unique amongst tablets, however, because it works with a speaker hub that turns it into a full-fledged smart display that responds to “Hey Google” voice commands.

Price: $499


Denon PerL Pro

The PerL and PerL Pro (shown) are Denon’s first wireless earbuds not under the Nura name. Both are high-end wireless earbuds that support active noise-cancellation. The “Pro” models have more powerful ANC and support higher-res streaming, but are also significantly more expensive.

Price: $199; $349 (Pro)

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TCL Q6510

TCL officially released its 2023 line of soundbars — with TCL Q6510 (shown) being the most high-end of the bunch. It’s a 5.1-channel soundbar that comes with wireless subwoofer and two rear-channel speakers. While very affordable, none of TCL’s newest soundbars support Dolby Atmos.

Price: $280

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Sennheiser All-Day Clear

The Sennheiser All-Day Clear are the audio company’s first over-the-counter (OTC) hearing aids. They have a slim look are are easy to set up thanks to a companion app (compatible with iPhone and Android). They promise a 16-hour battery life per earbud.

Price: $1,400+


Fujifilm Instax SQ40

The Instax SQ40 is the company’s newest instant film camera. It has a similar vintage design flair as the Instax Mini 40, but uses larger 62 x 62mm Instax Square film. As for features, the SQ40 has an Automatic Exposure function and a new selfie mode.

Price: $150


Anker Soundcore Liberty 4 NC

The Soundcore Liberty 4 NC are Anker’s new wireless earbuds that cost just $100 yet promise some pretty premium features, including active noise-cancellation, support for LDAC high-resolution audio files and a wireless charging case.

Price: $100

docking stationSatechi

Satechi Triple 4K Display Docking Station

Satechi’s newest docking allows you to connect your M1- or M2-powered MacBook Air or MacBook Pro to up to three external 4K displays (each at 60Hz). It also adds a bunch of extra ports for peripherals and delivers 100-watts of passthrough power.

Price: $299

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Anker Nebula Mars 3

The Nebula Mars 3 is a portable projector that’s designed for outdoor viewing. It has a really bright (1,000-lumen) bulb so that it can deliver a 1080p picture (up to 150-inches) even when it’s not pitch black outside. It’s primed for backyard movie nights.

Price: $1,099

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Nomad Base

The Nomad Base is a wireless charger designed for the latest iPhones. It’s identical to the company’s Base One but $30 cheaper because it won’t charge your iPhone quite as fast — it maxes out at 7.5-watts instead of 15-watts over MagSafe.

Price: $70


Nomad Stand

The Stand is a more affordable version of Nomad’s Stand One. It’s exactly the same, but is “MagSafe compatible” instead of “Made for MagSafe” meaning it’ll charge your iPhone a little bit slower — it maxes out at 7.5-watts instead of 15-watts over MagSafe.

Price: $80


Skullcandy ​​Rail ANC

The Skullcandy ​​Rail ANC are budget-friendly noise-canceling wireless earbuds. They have a wireless charging case, an IPX4 water-resistance rating (so they’re safe to workout with) and are integrated with support for Tile tracking.

Price: $100

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Apple Vision Pro

Apple’s first AR headset, the Vision Pro, is effectively a standalone Mac for your face. It has high-resolution displays, a bunch of built-in cameras and sensors (so it doesn’t require any extra hardware for controls), and it’s designed as the computer of the future. It’ll be available in early 2024.

Price: $3,499


15-inch M2 MacBook Air

The 15-inch MacBook Air is almost identical to the 13-inch MacBook Air that was released last summer. It is decked out with the same M2 chip, has the same design (including MagSafe charging) and comes in the same colors. It’s just got a bigger screen. But it’s a big deal because it’s the first-ever 15-inch MacBook Air.

Price: $1,299+


Mac Pro (M2 Max and M2 Ultra)

Apple hadn’t updated the Mac Pro, its high-end tower workstation designed for professionals, since 2019. That changed this week. The newest Mac Pro looks identical to its predecessor, except it’s now updated with Apple silicone instead of Intel. You can purchase the new Mac Pro with either M2 Max or M2 Ultra chipsets.

Price: $6,999+

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Mac Studio (M2 Max and M2 Ultra)

Apple has updated its Mac Studio with its newer and more powerful M2 Max and M2 Ultra chips. It offers a cheaper alternative to the super high-end Mac Pro. It has the same design as the M1-versions that were announced last year.

Price: $1,999+

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Western Digital Expansion Cards for Xbox Series S/X

Western Digital announced expandable cards specifically designed for the Xbox Series S and Series X consoles. Available in 512GB and 1TB capacities, the storage cards are slightly more affordable alternatives than the ones that Seagate currently offers.

Price: $80 (512GB); $150 (1TB)

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Plugable USB-C Hub (USBC-HUB4A)

Plugable’s newest USB-C hub, the USBC-HUB4A, allows you to add four USB 3.0 ports (with 5Gbps transfer speeds) to your laptop or desktop. It costs just $13.

Price: $13

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Audio-Technica AT-SB727 Sound Burger

Last year, Audio-Technica announced that it would be reviving its iconic portable turntable, the Sound Burger, from the ’80s — and it’s finally available. The new version is updated with modern conveniences, like Bluetooth connectivity and USB-C charging.

Price: $199

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Meta Quest 3

Meta released a first look of its third-generation of its VR headset, the Quest 3, which will be released in the fall. It’ll cost $499, which is $100 more expensive than the 2020-released Quest 2, but it’ll be more powerful, deliver a higher-resolution experience and be more comfortable to wear.

Price: $499


Garmin Fenix 7 Pro and Epix 2 Pro

Garmin announced “Pro” versions of its Fenix 7 and Epix 2 multi-sport smartwatches. These higher-end models have a few new features and sensors, such as a hands-free flashlight and an improved heart rate monitor. Like before, the primary difference between the Fenix and Epix line is that the latter has a higher-end OLED display (but a shorter battery life).

Price: $800+ (Fenix 7 Pro); $900+ (Epix 2 Pro)


Logitech MX Anywhere 3S

The Logitech MX Anywhere 3S is the company’s newest portable wireless mouse. It looks identical to the MX Anywhere 3, but features a more accurate optical sensor and quieter buttons. It doesn’t come with a USB dongle, however, and only uses a Bluetooth connection.

Price: $80


Logitech MX Keys S

The Logitech MX Keys S is a refreshed version of the company’s MX Keys wireless keyboard. The “S” model has an updated function key row that adds more controls over backlighting and video conferencing.

Price: $110

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Wyze Cam Floodlight Pro

The Wyze Cam Floodlight Pro is essentially an improved version of the previous Wyze Cam Floodlight. The “Pro” model has a higher-res camera, a wider field of view and smarter AI so that it can now better recognize people, pets and vehicles.

Price: $150

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Razer Hammerhead Pro HyperSpeed

Razer’s newest noise-canceling wireless earbuds, the Hammerhead Pro HyperSpeed, are specifically designed for gamers. They are THX certified, support a low-latency connection (via a USB dongle) and even have customizable RGB lighting.

Price: $200


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Fujifilm X-S20

The Fujifilm X-S20 is the company’s newest mirrorless camera aimed at vloggers. It’s the direct successor to the X-S10 and has the same sensor. However, it has been upgraded with a new processor — the same one that’s in the X-H2 and X-T5 — and been given a $300 price bump.

Price: $1,299 (body only)


Sony ZV-1 II

The Sony ZV-1 II is the company’s newest compact camera aimed at vloggers. It’s essentially an upgraded version of the ZV-1, with the biggest improvement being its wider 18-50mm lens (compared to the ZV-1’s 24-70mm lens).

Price: $900

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Amazon Fire Max 11

The Fire Max 11 is a tablet with an 11-inch display — it’s the biggest tablet that Amazon has ever made. At $230, it’s essentially a more affordable alternative to the $329 10.9-inch iPad. You can buy the Fire Max 11 bundled with a magnetic keyboard and a stylus for an extra $100.

Price: $230

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Leica Q3

Leica’s newest fixed-lens full-frame digital camera is quite the update to the 2019-released Q2. The Q3 has an higher-resolution 60-megapixel sensor, support for 8K video, a hybrid autofocus system. It has radically different electronic viewfinder that flips and tilts, too.

Price: $5,995

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Mophie Wireless Charging Vent Mount with MagSafe

Mophie’s newest premium MagSafe car mount is exclusively available at Apple. It’s unique because, in addition to wirelessly charging your iPhone, it comes with an adjustable arm that you can rotate to find the ideal viewing angle. It comes with a USB-C 20-watt car adapter.

Price: $100

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Skullcandy Smokin’ Buds

The biggest thing with Skullcandy’s newest wireless earbuds, the Smokin’ Buds, is that they cost just $20. They’re obviously pretty minimal when it comes to features, but they do have an IPX4-water-resistant rating, meaning they’re rugged enough to workout with.

Price: $20

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Sony Project Q

Sony didn’t officially announce a handheld gaming console designed to stream games from your PlayStation 5 — but it did confirm that it’s working on one, called Project Q, which looks like a DualSense controller with an 8-inch screen. It’s expected to be released in November.

Price: Not yet announced

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​​Samsung M5, M7 and M8 (2023 models)

Samsung announced its line of 2023-edition smart displays. The new M5, M7 and M8 smart monitors are designed to pull double duty as an external display for your laptop as well as function as a smart TV. The M5, M7 and M8 will be available in 27- and 32-inch models.

Price: $280+ (M5); $550+ (M7); $650+ (M8)

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Beats Studio Buds +

The Studio Buds + are essentially a newer and better version of the 2021-released Studio Buds. The “Plus” models have superior sound quality, active noise-cancellation, transparency and battery life. They also come in a cool new transparent design.

Price: $170

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Teenage Engineering TP-7

The Teenage Engineering TP-7 is a gorgeous and high-end field recorder. It looks like a cassette tape player and its standout feature is a large motorized tape reel that spins while you’re recording or playing back audio.

Price: $1,499

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Dali IO-12

The Dali IO-12 are new wireless noise-canceling headphones that cost a cool $1,499, making them easily one of the most expensive noise-canceling headphones you can buy. They can connect to an analog source via USB-C cable and play high-resolution audio (up to 24-bit/96kHz).

Price: $1,499


Amazon Echo Pop

The Echo Pop is Amazon’s newest entry-level smart speaker. It has a new front-firing design, but with all the same Alexa capabilities as the Echo Dot. In addition to the traditional dark gray and white finishes, the Echo Pop also comes in new purple (shown) and green finishes.

Price: $40


Amazon Echo Buds (2023-Released)

Amazon’s newest wireless earbuds are also its most affordable. These Echo Buds have a stem-shaped design (like the original AirPods). If you’re looking for more premium features, Amazon will continue to sell its higher-end Echo Buds with Active Noise Cancellation.

Price: $50

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Amazon Echo Show 5 (3rd-Gen)

The third-generation Echo Show 5 is exactly the same as its predecessors in terms of design, capabilities and price. Amazon simply updated the internals so that the smart display has improved sound and a faster processor.

Price: $80

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Cambridge Audio Evo CD

The Evo CD is the British hi-fi company’s newest audio component. It’s a high-end CD transport that’s designed to match and be paired with Cambridge Audio’s Evo 75 and Evo 150 integrated amplifiers.

Price: $1,199


Goldring E4

The E4 is Goldring’s newest moving magnet cartridge designed for audiophiles on a budget. It’s the same basic design as the right of Golding’s entry-level (or E-Series) of cartridges, but it has a new stylus that promises even more accurate performance. It also sports a new blue body.

Price: $299


Technics EAH-AZ80

The Technics EAH-AZ80 are the company’s newest flagship pair of noise-canceling wireless earbuds — they go big on sound quality. They boast large 10mm free-edge aluminum drivers and support LDAC audio files (up to 24-bit/96kHz) when paired with a compatible smartphone.

Price: $299


Nikon Z8

The Nikon Z8 is effectively a smaller version of the company’s Z9. The full-frame mirrorless camera has many of the same features, including the same backside-illuminated sensor and ability to shoot 8K/60fps RAW video, but it’s smaller and roughly $1,500 cheaper.

Price: $3,997+ (body only)


Audioengine ​​D1 (2nd-Generation)

Audioengine announced a second-generation version of its D1 headphone DAC/amp. The new model shares a similar look and price as its predecessor, but has upgraded internals and a new USB-C connection.

Price: $169

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Asus ROG Ally

The Asus ROG Ally is the newest handheld gaming PC and an obvious rival to the Valve Steam Deck. It has a 7-inch HD touchscreen with a 120Hz refresh rate and is powered by AMD Z1 Extreme chip. For an extra $100, you can purchase a high-end version with an AMD Z1 Extreme chip.

Price: $600+

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Google Pixel Fold

The Google Pixel Fold is the company’s first foldable smartphone. When closed, it works as a 5.8-inch smartphone. When opened, it transforms into a 7.6-inch tablet. It’s powered by the same Tensor G2 chip as Google’s Pixel 7 and 7 Pro (and newest 7a) smartphones.

Price: $1,799

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Google Pixel Tablet

The Pixel Tablet is Google’s first ever tablet. It’s unique because it comes with a companion dock that turns it into a full-fledged smart display. It was announced last year, but Google failed to mention its price and availability — that has now changed. It’s available for preorder now and will ship next month (June 2023).

Price: $499

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Google Pixel 7a

The Google Pixel 7a is the company’s newest budget smartphone and it’s powered by Google’s Tensor G2 processor (same as all the higher-end Pixels). Compared to last year’s Pixel 6a, the Pixel 7a has a much improved camera system (with a 72-percent larger main sensor) but comes with a $50 price hike. Available now.

Price: $499


Sony SRS-XB100

The Sony SRS-XB100 is the company’s newest ultra-portable Bluetooth speaker. It’s essentially an improved version of the Sony SRS-XB13, as it looks basically the same but has improved sound and better built-in mics for when used as a speakerphone.

Price: $59


Sony SRS-XV800

The Sony SRS-XV800 is the company’s newest party speaker. It’s quite large — weighing in at 45 pounds — and has integrated colored LED lights that you can customize.. It’s a unique speaker because it has wheels and it has a multitude of connections, including optical so you can even use it as a kind of soundbar for your TV.

Price: $649


FiiO FT3

The FiiO FT3 are the hi-fi company’s newest and most affordable pair of open-back headphones. They cost $299, yet still promise to deliver excellent and rich sound thanks to their large 60mm dynamic drivers. They are rated at 350 ohms, so you’ll need a separate amp to drive them.

Price: $299

ampNAD Electronics

NAD C 3050 Stereophonic Amplifier

The NAD C 3050 is a gorgeous amplifier that blends retro charm with modern technologies. It’s decked out with dual VU meters, push-button input selectors, a walnut vinyl-clad cabinet. Inside, it’s able to deliver 100-watts per channel. You can insert an optional module in its rear that supports BluOS high-resolution music streaming over Wi-Fi.

Price: $1,399


BenQ V5000i

The BenQ V5000i is an “affordable” short-throw projector that is capable of delivering a true 4K picture up to 100 inches. It comes with a built-in Android operating system and speakers, and can be bundled with a compatible projector screen for $3,500. Available this July.

Price: $3,500


Sony Xperia 1 V

The Sony Xperia 1 V is the company’s newest flagship smartphone. It looks pretty similar to last year’s Xperia 1 IV, but the Xperia 1 V packs an improved camera system with a significantly larger main sensor.

Price: $1,400


Ring Indoor Cam (2nd Gen)

Ring’s second-generation model of its popular smart home camera is almost identical to its predecessor. The big difference is that the new model comes with a physical shutter that, when shut, prevents the camera from recording both audio and video.

Price: $60

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Teenage Engineering CM-15

The Teenage Engineering CM-15 is the company’s first-ever microphone. It’s a high-end portable condenser microphone that’s meant for recording music or podcasts. It’s made almost entirely of metal and you can purchase a special miniature tripod stand for an extra $100.

Price: $1,199

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Denon DNP-2000NE Network Player

The Denon DNP-2000NE is a high-end network player that’s positioned to work in with Denon PMA-1700NE amplifier and DCD- 1700NE CD Player. It’s a supports HEOS (for multi-room streaming) and is capable of playing audio tracks up to 32bit/384KHz.

Price: $1,599


Motorola Edge Plus (2023)

The Motorola Edge Plus is the company’s newest flagship smartphone and looks to be a bonafide rival (and cheaper alternative to the Samsung Galaxy S23 Plus and Google Pixel 7 Pro. It has a 6.7-inch OLED display and is decked out with top-end specs. It’ll be available starting May 25.

Price: $799+



DJI Mavic 3 Pro

The DJI Mavic 3 Pro is the company’s new flagship drone and first with a triple-camera system. It’s essentially an upgraded version of the current Mavic 3, with an extra 70mm medium-tele camera. It also is $150 more expensive.

Price: $2,199+

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Bang & Olufsen Beosound A5

The Beosound A5 is the most powerful portable speaker that B&O has ever made. It’s able to pump 280-watts of power and deliver 360-degrees of sound. The speaker supports Bluetooth and Wi-Fi, meaning it can be listened to in and around your home or taken with you on-the-go.

Price: $1,099


LG Gram SuperSlim

The LG Gram SuperSlim is the company’s thinnest Gram laptop ever. It’s jus 0.43-inches thick, making it thinner than Apple’s current MacBook AIr. It also has a beautiful 15-inch OLED display.

Price: $1,700+

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Moment The Tuner by Module 8

Moment ‘s Tuner by Module 8 is the “world’s first variable-look cinematic lens system.” You attach it to your mirrorless camera and it delivers the aesthetic of a classic film. Essentially, it’s a more affordable alternative to buying rare vintage lenses.

Price: $2,000 ($999 Early Bird Kickstarter special)

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iFi Go Pod

The iFi Go Pod is a Bluetooth adapter that makes your wired IEMs work wirelessly. The pair of dongles, each with its own built-in hi-fi DAC and headphone amp, attaches where your IEMs where its detachable cable would normally go. It will not work if IEMs don’t have detachable cables.

Price: $399

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Schiit Audio Syn

The California company’s newest hi-fi component, Syn, is truly unique. It’s a DAC, remote control preamp and headphone amp all rolled into one compact box. It’s a versatile component that’s designed to make listening to surround sound (and then switching back to stereo) super fun and easy.

Price: $399


HP Envy x360 (2023)

HP announced three new Envy x360 2-in-1 PCs for 2023 — which are 14-inch, 15-inch and 17-inch — each of which has been updated with improved webcams, Intel’s 13th-gen processors and improved graphics cards. The big news is that the 15-inch model is the first PC that has been IMAX Enhanced certified, allowing it to deliver immersive spatial audio.

Price: $849+ (14-inch model)


Acer Aspire Vero 15 (2023)

Acer announced a next-gen version of its eco-friendly laptop. The newest Aspire Vero 15 is outfitted with Intel’s 13th-gen processor and an improved webcam. Additionally, it’s made of even more — now 40-percent, up from 30-percent — recycled materials.

Price: $700+


Acer Swift X 16 (2023)

Acer announced a refreshed version of its 16-inch lightweight laptop. The 2023 edition of the Swift X 16 has been updated with AMD’s new 7040-series processors and improved graphics cards. It has a redesigned, more lightweight design that also promises improved thermal performance. It’ll be available this July.

Price: $1,250

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Anker Soundcore Motion X600

The Soundcore Motion X600 is Anker’s biggest portable speaker to date. It’s also unique because it has a dedicated upward-firing driver, which helps the speaker sound more immersive than just standard mono or stereo.

Price: $199

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Leica M11 Monochrom

Leica announced a monochrome version of its flagship M11 camera that was released in early 2022. The M11 Monochrom shares the same look, feel and 60-megapixel sensor as the M11, but actually comes with more storage (256GB instead of 64GB).

Price: $9,195


DJI Inspire 3

The DJI Inspire 3 is the company’s newest drone, but it’s not designed (or priced) for most consumers — it’s meant for filmmakers. It has a full-frame sensor and is capable of shooting 8K video. It also has vastly improved flying and shooting capabilities over the seven-year-old Inspire 2.

Price: $16,499


Focal Theva Series

The Focal Theva is the French high-end audio company’s new entry-level series of loudspeakers. The series includes a pair of bookshelf speakers and three pairs of floorstanding speakers, as well as a center channel and on-wall speakers.

Price: $998+ (bookshelf speakers)


Garmin Instinct 2X Solar

Garmin announced an updated version of the Instinct 2 smartwatch that it announced last year. The Instinct 2X Solar is essentially an even more rugged and adventure-focused smartwatch, but it has a larger bezel, a built-in LED flashlight and solar charging capabilities.

Price: $450

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Q Acoustics 5000 Series

The popular British hi-fi company announced a mid-range line of loudspeakers that sits between its entry-level 3000i series and high-end Concept series. The 5000 series consists of two pairs of bookshelf speakers, two pairs of floorstanding speakers and a center-channel speaker.

Price: $749+

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Plugable USB-C 5-in-1 Hub

Plugable’s new 5-in-1 USB-C Hub is designed to add extra ports to your new MacBook Pro or MacBook Air. It adds USB-A (2x), USB-C (2x), Gigabit Ethernet and an audio jack. Plus there’s even a vacant slot to fit your MagSafe charger.

Price: $35

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Astell&Kern A&norma SR35

The A&norma SR35 is a new entry-level portable hi-fi player by Astell&Kern. It has four built-in DACs and three analog outputs. As you’d expect, it supports basically every lossless audio format (including DSD256 and MQA files) and streaming service, including Tidal and Apple Music.

Price: $799



The PSB M4U TWM are next-gen wireless earbuds and they have a similar hybrid planar dual driver design as the company’s loudspeakers. They support active noise-cancellation and transparency modes.

Price: $199


Kasa Smart KP125M

TP-Link has officially launched its first Matter-certified smart plug, the Kasa Smart KP125M, meaning that once it’s setup, it can integrate it into any smart ecosystem you have. The Kasa Smart KP125M is a simple smart plug that can control a single device (such as a lamp or fan).

Price: $40 (2-pack)


OnePlus Nord Buds 2

The Nord Buds 2 are the company’s second-generation wireless earbuds.They are twice as expensive as the original Nord Buds, but promise improved sound quality and, most significantly, add active noise-cancellation and transparency modes. They cost just $60.

Price: $60


Microsoft Surface Thunderbolt 4 Dock

Microsoft has a next-gen beast of a docking station for its Surface laptops, with the biggest change being that instead of the company’s proprietary Surface Connect port, the new dock connects via USB-C. The benefit here is that you can use it with any USB-C laptop, not just one from Microsoft’s Surface line.

Price: $300



The PSB M4U 9 is the company’s newest flagship pair of wireless noise-canceling headphones. They are capable of tuning their sound based on your hearing abilities. And they also support RoomFeel technology to deliver a warm sound with a wide soundstage that’s similar to PSB’s loudspeakers.

Price: $499



Sony ZV-E1

The Sony ZV-E1 is positioned as the ultimate vlogging camera. It’s the first full-frame camera in Sony’s ZV line and it packs premium features galore. Essentially, it takes the sensor from the Sony FX3 and the smarts of the Sony A7R V, and puts them in a super compact body.

Price: $2,200+

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Insta360 Flow

The company best known for its action cameras has announced its first smartphone gimbal. The Insta360 Flow has a multitude of smart tracking features, a 3-axis stabilizer and a built-in selfie stick. It’s compatible with iPhone and Android.

Price: $160


Jabra Elite 4

Jabra’s newest wireless earbuds aim to deliver premium features at a sub-$100 price. The Elite 4 support active noise-cancellation and Bluetooth multipoint, and they have an IP55 water-resistance rating. Available in several different colors.

Price: $99

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FiiO M15S

The FiiO M15S does double duty as a portable hi-fi player and a desktop DAC/amplifier — it can switch between desktop and portable modes. It has dual DACs and supports audio files up to 384kHz/DSD256. It has five adjustable gain levels and is capable of driving most IEMs and high-end headphones.

Price: $999


DJI Goggles Integra

The Goggles Integra is a new set of goggles that’s specially designed to work with its Avata FPV drone. It’s $150 more affordable than the existing Goggles 2, but also has a more ergonomic design and an integrated battery (both things the Goggles 2 lack). DJI also announced a new RC Motion 2 controller for the Avata, too.

Price: $499

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Nothing Ear (2)

Nothing announced the second-generation of its flagship wireless earbuds. The Ear (2) look basically identical to the Ear (1), but have improved sound, active noise-cancellation and host of new features, including Bluetooth multipoint and more customizable EQ settings.

Price: $149


Nomad Stand One

The Stand One is wireless charging stand that fully supports MagSafe. It’s unique because it’s a made of really premium materials — a solid metal body paired with a glass top — and weighs just over a pound. Available in silver or black (carbide).

Price: $110


Nanoleaf Matter A19

Nanoleaf, the popular smart lighting brand, announced its first smart lights that work with Matter. In addition to this A19 bulb (pictured), it announced several other smart bulbs and a smart lighting strip — all of which support Matter.

Price: $20/ea

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Samsung S90C OLED TV

Samsung is finally making more OLED TVs. The S90C is a QD-OLED — so an OLED TV that’s integrated with quantum dot technology (for more vibrant colors) — and it’s notable because it’s Samsung’s cheapest OLED TV to date. A 55-inch model costs $1,899.

Price: $1,899 (55-inch model)


LG 49-inch Curved UltraGear

LG announced the pricing and availability of its new 49-inch curved UltraGear monitor. The new monitor (49GR85DC-B) has a DQHD (5120 x 1440) display with an ultra-wide 32:9 aspect ratio and an 1000R curvature. It will be available starting April 2.

Price: $1,299

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Schiit Rekkr

The Schiit Rekkr is a tiny and affordable desktop-sized amplifier designed to drive smaller passive speakers or near-field monitors. The Schiit Rekkr is a low-powered amplifier that drives at just two-watts per channel. Available in black or silver finishes.

Price: $149

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Schiit Gjallarhorn

The Gjallarhorn is another new affordable desktop amplifer by Schiit, and it’s an essentially beefed-up version of Schiit’s Rekkr. It’s roughly twice the size, twice the price and is capable of delivering substantially more power: up to 10-watts per channel.

Price: $299

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Master & Dynamic MH40 Wireless (Gen 2)

Master & Dynamic has released a new-and-improved version of its original MH40 headphones. The second-generation MH40 Wireless have the same leather and metal design, but boast improved sound, app compatibility and longer battery life.

Price: $399

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Ikea Vappeby

The Ikea Vappeby is the company’s first rugged and waterproof portable speaker. It has an IP67 water-resistance rating and promises up to 80 hours of playtime (at 50-percent volume). It’s also just $15. Available in three finishes: black, yellow or red.

Price: $15

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Samsung Galaxy A54 5G

The Samsung Galaxy A54 5G is the newest addition to the company’s midrange line of A-Series smartphones. It has a triple rear-camera (main, ultra-wide, and macro camera) system, a 6.4-inch display with a 120Hz refresh rate, and 128GB of storage. It will be available on April 6.

Price: $450+

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FiiO K9 Pro ESS

The FiiO K9 Pro ESS is a high-end desktop headphone amplifier/DAC capable of playing lossless audio (up to 32-bit/384kHz) and driving a wide variety of headphones (impedances ranging from 16 to 600 ohms). It also supports Bluetooth streaming, including aptX HD and LDAC codecs.

Price: $849

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ESR Geo Wallet Stand

This is the first MagSafe wallet to support Apple’s Find My — if it becomes detached from your iPhone, you’ll still be able to locate it via the Find My app. The wallet itself has a built-in kickstand and three card slots. It’s available on Kickstarter right now.

Price: $39


iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Plus (in Yellow)

As part of its mid-year cycle, Apple has announced that the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Plus are available in a new color: yellow. They cost the same as other colored iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 models. Both can be preordered now and will start shipping March 14.

Price: $799 (14); $899 (14 Plus)


Sonos Era 300

The Era 300 is a speaker specifically designed to play immersive audio that supports Dolby Atmos. It has a total of six drivers — including one that fires upward — and you can configure two as really immersive rear-channel speakers when paired with a Sonos soundbar.

Price: $449

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Sonos Era 100

The Era 100 is a “remastered” version of the One speaker. It has an extra tweeter and a larger mid-woofer. It also supports Bluetooth and line-in (via USB-C) connections. It’s available for preorder and will ship on March 28th.

Price: $249

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Wyze Gaming Headset

Wyze, the company best known for its affordable ecosystem of smart home gadgets, continues to surprise us — it’s newest gadget is a wireless gaming headset. It costs just $60 and can get up to 20 hours of battery life on a single charge (via USB-C).

Price: $60

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Ring Battery Doorbell Plus

This is Ring’s new battery-powered video doorbell. Aside from being wireless, it has a couple key upgrades over Ring’s previous video doorbells, including delivering a higher-resolution picture and an improved field-of-view so you can see if a package was left near the foot of your door.

Price: $180


ReMarkable Type Folio

ReMarkable released a keyboard case for its Remarkable 2. Whereas before you could only draw and take hand-written notes (which could then be turned into text) on the super-thin e-ink tablet, the Type Folio transforms it into a really capable note-taking machine.

Price: $199

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Roku Select and Roku Plus Series TVs

Earlier this year at CES, Roku announced that it was going to finally make its TVs. This week, it announced that those TVs are available now. You can get a 65-inch Roku Plus TV (pictured) — which is the higher-end of the two lines — for under $800.

Price: $799 (65-inch model)

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Bang & Olufsen Beosound A9 (Gen 5)

Bang & Olufsen introduced a new future-proof version of its Beosound A9 free-standing wireless speaker. It has pretty much the same circular design as its 2012-released predecessor, but comes with modular guts that can be replaced in time if its wireless streaming technology becomes obsolete.

Price: $3,699

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Bang & Olufsen Beosound 2 (3rd-Gen)

The third-generation Beosound 2 is a multi-room wireless speaker — it has same cone-shaped design that’s made out of high-grade aluminium as its predecessors. The only real upgrade is that it has modular internals, which can be replaced in case its power or connectivity become obsolete, making it “future-proof”.

Price: $3,199

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Fujifilm Instax Mini 12

The Instax Mini 12 is Fujifilm’s newest instant film camera. Compared to its predecessor, the Instax Mini 11, the “12” is very similar. The biggest difference is it has a new lens that you can twist to enable a new “close-up” mode.

Price: $80


Jabra Speak2 75

Jabra announced its new Speak2 range of speakerphones designed for hybrid work environments. There are three sizes (from biggest to smallest): Speak2 75 (pictured), Speak2 55 and Speak2 40. All have advanced mics and updated noise-reduction technology.

Price: $169 (40); $189 (55); $369 (75)

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FiiO R7

The FiiO R7 is for people who take desktop audio really serious. It’s a high-resolution audio player, streamer and headphone amplifier that’s specifically designed for your desktop setup. It has a touchscreen and 64GB of local storage (also supports up to 2TB storage via microSD card).

Price: $700


Klipsch The Nines

Klipsch’s newest set of powered speakers, The Nines, are essentially a bigger version of the company’s 2020-released The Fives. They have same vintage design and a multitude of wireless and wired connections (including HDMI-ARC for connecting to your TV).

Price: $1,499


LG XBoom XL7

The LG XBoom XL7 is the company’s newest “portable” Bluetooth speaker designed for outdoor parties. It’s 32 pounds, so it’s not exactly easy to move, and has with an front-facing LED panel for really setting the party mood.

Price: TBD


Lenovo ThinkPad Z13 (Gen 2) and Z16 (Gen 2)

Lenovo’s second-generation of its ThinkPad Z13 and Z16 laptops have been updated with next-gen AMD processors and larger touchpads. You’ll be able to configure the ThinkPad Z13 (Gen 2) with an optional all-natural lid made out of flaxseeds. Available this July.

Price: $1,249+ (Z13); $1,749 (Z16)


Honor Magic Vs

The Honor Magic Vs is the company’s first foldable smartphone that will be available outside of Asia. It has similar design as Samsung’s Galaxy Z Fold 4 — both flip horizontally open to reveal a larger “more tablet-sized” display — but should be slightly more affordable.

Price: $1,599+



Sony WH-CH720N

The Sony WH-CH720N are the company’s newest mid-range pair of noise-canceling headphones — you can think of them as an affordable alternative to Sony’s flagship WH-1000XM5. The new models promise up to 35 hours of battery life with ANC turned on.

Price: $150

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Beats Fit Pro (New Colors)

The Beats Fit Pro were originally released in late 2021 and continue to be one of our favorite wireless earbuds for running. This week, Beats introduced three new color options: coral pink, volt yellow and tidal blue.

Price: $199


Yamaha YH-E700B

The Yamaha YH-E700B are the company’s new flagship wireless noise-canceling headphones. Compared to their predecessors, the Yamaha YH-E700A, the new models have an all-new design and promise significantly more powerful noise-cancellation.

Price: $350


Mophie Powerstation (2023)

Mophie’s newest Powerstation is a 10,000mAh portable battery that’s capable of charging three devices at the same time. It has two USB-A ports along with USB-C PD port that’s capable of fast-charging most smartphones at 20-watts.

Price: $50


Mophie Powerstation XL

The Powerstation XL is a higher-capacity version of Mophie’s Powerstation. It has the same three charging ports but at 20,000mAh, the “XL” portable battery has double the juice.

Price: $60


Mophie Powerstation Pro AC

The Mophie Powerstation Pro AC is a 27,000 mAh portable battery that’s capable of charging four devices at once thanks to two USB-C ports, a USB-A port, and an AC port. It’s capable of dishing out 130-watts of combined power and up to 60-watts over USB-C PD (for your laptop).

Price: $200

TAD Labs Compact Evolution CE1TX

Technical Audio Devices (TAD)’s Compact Evolution CE1TX is a new super high-end pair of stand-mounted loudspeakers. They’re essentially the next-gen versions of the company’s Compact Evolution CE1 speakers with an improved woofer and midrange drivers (along with several other acoustic upgrades).

Price: $32,500 (pair)

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Ikea Vindstryka Air Quality Sensor

Ikea’s newest smart home gadget, Vindstryka, is a smart air quality sensor for your home. It has a large display to show you the air pollutant level in a given room. It’ll work with the company’s Dirigera smart hub and be available in April. No pricing info has been announced.

Price: TBD

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Plugable UD-MSTHDC

This is Plugable’s first docking station that’s specifically designed to work with Chromebooks. It lets you use up to two external monitors with your Chromebook, plus adds a variety of other ports.

Price: $199

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Roland VMH-D1 V-Drums

Roland and V-Moda collaborated on the VMH-D1 V-Drums, a unique pair of headphones designed to work with an electronic drum set. They have custom 50 mm drivers that promise to deliver dynamic full range sound. And they have extra-long 10-foot cable.

Price: $180

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WiiM Mini

The WiiM Mini is a Wi-Fi-connected streamer that allows you to add Wi-Fi support to any powered speaker, receiver or hi-fi system. It supports Siri and Alexa, meaning you can use your voice to control music. And it has a built-in DAC that supports up to 24-bit/192 kHz audio.

Price: $89

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WiiM Pro

The WiiM Pro is a wireless streamer that’s essentially a more beefed up and more hi-fi version of the WiiM Mini. The other big addition is that it has support for Chromecast Audio and works with Google’s smart ecosystem.

Price: $149


DJI Mini 2 SE

The DJI Mini 2 SE is the company’s new ultraportable drone and the successor to the Mini SE. The “2” version is the same size as its predecessor and has the same photo and video quality, but delivers improved flight performance and intelligence.

Price: $369


KEF R Meta Series

The KEF R Meta series is an improved line of midrange loudspeakers — which consists of several floorstanding, bookshelf and home theater speakers. All have been upgraded with the same sound-absorbing metamaterial tech that’s in the company’s even higher-end loudspeakers.

Price: $1,600 — $3,250


Sennheiser HD 660S2

The Sennheiser HD 660S2 are the successor to the popular 2017-released HD 660S open-back headphones. The new models look almost identical but have revamped drivers that promise improved bass and an overall warmer sound.

Price: $600

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Canon R8

Starting at $1,500, the Canon R8 is the company’s lightest and most affordable full-frame mirrorless camera yet. It features the same sensor (24.2MP full-frame CMOS) that’s in the EOS R6 Mark II and can capture 4K video up to 60 fps.

Price: $1,500+ (body only)


Canon R50

The Canon R50 is a new entry-level mirrorless camera and a successor to the M50. The big difference from the M50 is that the new R50 works with the company’s RF system of lenses. Additionally, it also boasts an improved sensor and processor.

Price: $680+ (body only)


OnePlus Keyboard 81 Pro

The well-known Android smartphone maker has collaborated with Keychron to create its first ever mechanical keyboard. The Keyboard 81 Pro has a CNC aluminum body, clicky switches and thermoplastic keycaps. It can be used wired or wirelessly.

Price: TBD

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Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra

The Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra is the company’s new “best of the best” flagship smartphone. It has the biggest and brightest display, the biggest battery, the best camera system (now with a 200MP sensor) and it comes with an embedded S Pen stylus for note-taking.

Price: $1,200+

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Samsung Galaxy S23

The Samsung Galaxy S23 is the smallest and most affordable of the company’s three new flagship smartphones. It has a 6.1-inch display and the same triple rear camera system as the Ultra, except the main camera has a 50-megapixel sensor instead of the Ultra’s 200-megapixel sensor).

Price: $800+

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Samsung Galaxy S23 Plus

The Samsung Galaxy S23 Plus is essentially a bigger version of the Galaxy S23 (but it’s still not as big as the Ultra). Compared to the Galaxy S23, the “Plus” version has a bigger display (6.6-inch vs 6.1-inch), a bigger battery, and comes with double the base storage.

Price: $1,000+


Samsung Galaxy Book3 Ultra

The Galaxy Book3 Pro Ultra is the most high-end laptop in Samsung’s new Galaxy Book3 Pro series — and it’s essentially a direct competitor to Apple’s MacBook Pros. It’s a clamshell-style laptop that’s a beefed-up version of the 16-inch Galaxy Book3 Pro.

Price: $2,400+

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Sonus Faber Aster

Sonus Faber — the Italian hi-fi maker best known for its gorgeous and super high-end loudspeakers — has announced its first-ever outdoor speaker. The Aster is a wireless speaker with an IP65 rating and is probably best suited for public spaces like restaurants or museums.

Price: $450


Marshall Middleton

Marshall has made a number of portable Bluetooth speakers over the last few years. The Middleton is different because it’s bigger. At four pounds, it’s the company’s largest portable Bluetooth speaker with an IP67 water-resistance rating.

Price: $300


Schlage Encode Smart WiFi Lever

Schlage’s newest smart lock has built-in Wi-Fi (no separate hub required) so you can remotely lock, unlock and check the status of the door. The Encode Smart WiFi Lever is different in that it’s designed for interior doors without a deadbolt, such as an closet or an office.

Price: $310


Garmin Vivomove Trend

The Garmin Vivomove Trend is the company’s new stylish hybrid smartwatch and it’s unique because it’s the company’s first smartphone that supports Qi wireless charging. Like its other Vivomove smartwatches, the Trend has a hidden display for alerts and activity tracking.

Price: $270+


Sony STR-AN1000

Sony recently announced several new AV receivers and the STR-AN1000 is the most affordable of the bunch. It’s a 7.2-channel receiver that supports 8K (a first for Sony). Most interesting, it certified to work with Sonos speakers as well as Sony’s HT-A series of soundbars.

Price: $900


McIntosh MHT300

McIntosh announced in first AV receiver in several years. The MHT300 is a gorgeous and powerful 7.2-channel that can deliver 150 watts per channel. It basically supports every audio and video technology you’d want, but the catch is its price. You probably can’t afford it.

Price: $8,000


Satechi Pro Hub Slim

The Satechi Pro Hub Slim is the company’s newest hub that’s specifically designed to work with Apple’s M2 MacBook Air and M2 Pro and M2 Max MacBook Pros. You can even match the laptop’s finish. It adds a total of seven ports and supports up to 100-watt passthrough charging.

Price: $80


Anker Ace 45W GaN USB-C

Anker announced two new USB-C GaN chargers — a 45-watt (shown) and 25-watt option — that are optimized specifically for fast-charging Samsung’s latest Galaxy S23 smartphones. They cost $30 and $15, respectively.

Price: $30



Samsung Viewfinity S9

The Samsung Viewfinity S9 is a 27-inch 5K monitor with an anti-glare display, a built-in 4K webcam and a wide variety of ports. It also comes with the Samsung’s Tizen smart operating system, which effectively allows it to work as a smart TV.

Price: TBD

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The FiiO BTR7 is a gorgeous portable DAC/amplifier that has a tiny screen for displaying the audio’s bitrate and volume. It’s unique because it supports wireless charging and has built-in Bluetooth, meaning you don’t have to have it directly connected to your smartphone or laptop if you don’t want to.

Price: $199

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Sony NW-A306

The Sony NW-A306 is the company’s newest portable hi-fi player in its Walkman line — and it’s really affordable. It runs an Android operating system and is capable of playing lossless quality audio. The only real downside is that it only comes with 32GB of storage.

Price: $350


Samsung Odyssey Neo G9

The Samsung Odyssey Neo G9 is a a 57-inch gaming monitor with an 8K display and a 1000R curvature; according to Samsung, it’s the first gaming monitor that delivers a 7,680×2,160 resolution and a 32:9 aspect ratio in one screen. It’ll be available later this year.

Price: TBD

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Astell&Kern AK HC3

The Astell&Kern AK HC3 is high-quality USB DAC for your smartphone that’s capable of playing up to 32-bit/384kHz audio. It connects to your device via USB-C, but a Lightning adapter is included in the box for iPhone users, too.

Price: $229



Announced at CES, the LG C3 is poised to be the most popular of LG’s newest OLEDs. It’s the direct successor to the 2022-released C2 and looks very similar. The main difference is that it to get up to 70-percent brighter. Pricing and availability information has not yet been released.

Price: TBD


TCL Q-Series

The TCL Q-Series is the company’s upcoming line of premium 4K TVs that are replacing last year’s 6-Series. The new models boast quantum dot technology, Mini LED backlighting, Wi-Fi 6 connectivity and they will run Google TV operating system (so no Roku option).

Price: TBD

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Astell&Kern Acro CA1000t

The Astell&Kern Acro CA1000t is a high-end headphone amplifier and music player. It’s jammed packed with wired and wireless (including Wi-Fi and Bluetooth) connectivity options. It has a built-in battery, too, so you take your hi-fi setup mobile.

Price: $2,300

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Wyze Cam Pan v3

The third-generation Wyze Cam Pan is unique because, like its predecessors, it allows you to adjust the viewing angle — you can pan and tilt the camera — from its app. The new model has an updated design that’s now water resistant (IP65 rated). The camera also has a wider field of view.

Price: $34

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Wyze Cam OG

The Wyze Cam OG is the company’s newest entry-level smart home camera. It costs just $20 and comes with pretty much all the features of the other basic smart cameras, including 1080p video, two-way talk and motion detection. There’s also a new model with a telephoto lens that costs an extra $10.

Price: $20


Sony InZone M3

The Sony InZone M3 is a 27-inch gaming monitor that looks fairly similar to the InZone M9 ($899), but it doesn’t have the same resolution — it’s 1080p instead of 4K — or full-array local dimming. It has a 240Hz refresh rate (with VRR support) and HDMI 2.1 connectivity.

Price: $530

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Apple HomePod (2nd Generation)

Apple’s second-generation HomePod is slightly smaller than the original “full-sized” HomePod. It doesn’t have as many drivers, but thanks to increased processing power is designed to sound exactly like the original. The kicker is that this new HomePod is $50 cheaper.

Price: $299

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M2 Mac Mini (2023)

Apple has brought the power of its M2 and M2 Pro chipsets to the Mac Mini. The new models look basically the same as their predecessors, but the new chipsets deliver a big boost in performance and efficiency. You can buy the M2 Mac Mini for as low as $599, which is $100 cheaper than before.

Price: $599+ (M2); $1,299+ (M2 Pro)

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M2 Pro MacBook Pro (2023)

Apple announced new 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pros that look identical to their predecessors. The big difference is that the new laptops have been updated with Apple’s super powerful M2 Pro and M2 Max chipsets, which promise big leaps in power, performance and battery life.

Price: $1,199+ (14-inch); $2,499+ (16-inch)


Samsung Neo QLED 8K (QN900C)

Samsung announced its next generation of Neo QLED TVs at CES. For 2023, Samsung is continuing its 8K push with the QN900C (pictured), but it also announced the QN95C, which is a 4K model for those who are looking for something more accessible.

Price: TBD


Samsung Smart Monitor M80C

This is a new and slightly improved version of the Smart Monitor M8 that Samsung released in 2022. It’s a 32-inch “smart” monitor with built-in speakers and a webcam. The difference is that the new model now works as a SmartThings smart hub and it will be available in more colors.

Price: TBD

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LG CineBeam PF510Q

The LG CineBeam PF510Q is a tiny portable projector that’s capable of delivering a 1080p picture that’s up to 120-inches. It has built-in Wi-Fi (including AirPlay 2)and Bluetooth, which allows you to stream content directly from your smartphone, tablet or laptop to the projector.

Price: $600

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Logitech Brio 300

The Logitech Brio 300 is a new budget-friendly webcam that captures a 1080p (at 60fps) picture (60fps). It also has a built-in microphone, a physical privacy shutter and connects to your computer via USB-C. Available in three colors: gray, white or pink.

Price: $70


Lenovo Yoga AIO 9i

Announced at CES, the Lenovo Yoga AIO 9i is the company’s gorgeous new all-in-one Windows desktop computer. Its 31.5-inch 4K display appears like it’s floating thanks to its adjustable metal arc stand. The base of the desktop also features a Qi wireless charging pad.

Price: $1,800


Lenovo Yoga Book 9i

The Lenovo Yoga Book 9i is a first-of-a-kind laptop with dual OLED touchscreen displays and can function as a tablet, laptop and, well, something else. The two displays can be folded or flipped together to work like a 2-in-1 tablet, but they can also be stacked vertically on top of each other.

Price: $2,100+


Razer Blade 18

Razer announced new 16-and 18-inch models of its Blade gaming laptops, the latter of which is its biggest and most powerful Blade laptop ever. It has a QHD+ display with a 240Hz refresh rate, and can be configured with the latest processor and graphics card by Intel and Nvidia, respectively.

Price: $2,900+


LG Gram UltraSlim and Style

The LG Gram UltraSlim is a 15.6-inch laptop with an OLED display and updated internals; according to the company, it’s 9-percent lighter than the previous 15-inch Gram. The LG Gram Style has got a more premium (and glass) look and feel, plus it has a hidden touchpad with LED backlighting.

Price: TBD

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Ring Car Cam

The Ring Car Cam is a security camera for your car. It consists of two small cameras that are mounted to your car’s dashboard via a cantilever arm. One camera faces inward, while the other camera faces outward. The idea is that it allows you to keep an eye on your car when you’re not there.

Price: $200 (pre-orders); $250 (retail)


Lenovo Smart Paper

The Lenovo Smart Paper is an E-Ink notepad that’s looks and works very similarly to Amazon’s 2022-released Kindle Scribe. It functions as an e-reader with access to more ebooks than you could possibly read, but comes with a stylus for note-taking and doodling as well.

Price: $400


Drop BMR1 Nearfield Monitors

The Drop BMR1 are the company’s first-ever set of computer speakers. You can connect them to your computer via AUX, but they also support Bluetooth streaming. They can be vertically (shown) or horizontally orientated, depending on how you want them to look on your desk.

Price: $129

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Victrola Stream Onyx

The Victrola Stream Onyx is a more budget-friendly version of the Stream Carbon turntable. It works the same way — it’s certified for Works With Sonos, so you can easily stream vinyl directly to your Sonos system — but is made with less premium materials. It’s also $200 cheaper.

Price: $599


Poly Voyager Free 60+

The Poly Voyager Free 60+ is a pair of high-end wireless earbuds that have touchscreen integrated into the charging case. You can use the touchscreen to adjust volume and noise-cancellation, as well as see the battery status of each earbud.

Price: $350

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JBL Spinner BT

The JBL Spinner BT is a belt-driven turntable with a built-in moving-magnet phono preamp. Other than its orange accents, what makes the Spinner BT unique is that it supports Bluetooth aptX HD so you can stream vinyl to your wireless headphones or portable speakers. Available late 2023.

Price: $400

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Razer Leviathan V2 Pro

The Razer Leviathan V2 Pro is a soundbar for PC gamers. It has integrated lights that can sync with your other Razer gaming accessories. It supports 3D immersive audio and has an integrated IR camera that tracks the listener’s head position and optimizes audio based on their location.

Price: $400

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Sennheiser IE 200

The Sennheiser IE 200 are the company’s most affordable in-ear headphones in its well-lauded IE series. The IE 200 share a similar look and feel as the company’s higher-end options, which tops out at $1,500 with the IE 900, but they are targeted towards more budget-conscious listeners.

Price: $150


JBL Bar 1300X

The JBL Bar 1300X is the newest and most high-end in JBL’s “Bar” line of soundbars with detachable rear satellite speakers. It’s a 11.1.4-channel system with 21-total drivers (including six upward-firing) and support for Dolby Atmos and DTS:X.

Price: $1,700


JBL Pulse 5

The JBL Pulse 5 is the company’s newest ultra-portable Bluetooth speaker with an integrated LED that lights up and changes color with your music. Compared to its predecessor, the Pulse 4, the fifth-generation speaker has a smoother exterior and promises bigger, better sound.

Price: $250

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