You can already buy some of the most exciting tech, gadgets and products of 2021. As the annual Consumer Electronics Show wraps up, we’ve shared our picks for the Best of CES 2021. Here’s a look at the exciting gear you can already buy if you are looking for an early upgrade.
From headphones and laptops to monitors and fitness gear, there are many awesome new products for 2021 that you can buy today or in the next several days.
Bose Sport Open Earbuds
The Bose Sport Open Earbuds are true wireless earbuds designed for working out. These headphones direct sound to your ear while allowing you to hear your surroundings or even carry on a conversation with your workout partner. The earbuds are IPX4 water-resistant to handle rain or sweat. The included magnetic charging base recharges the headphones when you get home. Available today for $199.95.
Rise Personal Garden
The Rise Personal Garden is a countertop garden that provides light and water for your own mini garden. You can grow various vegetables, and the unit ships with eight seeded pods to get you started. From there, you can choose from over 60 varieties of herbs and vegetables. The app tracks your garden’s progress, reminds you to add more water or nutrients and helps you through the process. The garden is $279.
Buy at Rise Gardens.
HyperX PC and Console Gear
HyperX announced new gaming accessories for console gamers and PC gamers. This includes a new Alloy Origins 60 gaming keyboard and the HyperX ChargePlay Duo Controller Charging Station for Xbox. Both of these arrive in February. The Pulsefire Haste Gaming Mouse, Cloud II Wireless Gaming Headset and Cloud Revolver Gaming Headset + 7.1 are available globally.
Buy at HyperX.
Dell UltraSharp 40-Inch Curved Monitor
The Dell UltraSharp 40-inch Curved WUHD display features a 5,120 x 2,160 resolution and wide color coverage. This is designed for professionals that need a large color-accurate display or a high-resolution display for working with large sets of data. There is a 90W Thunderbolt 3 charging port that keeps your laptop charged up and connects accessories. The monitor retails for $2,100 and goes on sale on January 28.
Buy at Dell.
Anker Liberty Air 2 Pro
The Anker Soundcore Liberty Air 2 Pro earbuds are a new set of true wireless earbuds going head-to-head with the AirPods Pro at half the price. The $130 headphones feature three levels of active noise canceling. The options are Transport for traveling, Outdoor to reduce traffic noises and Indoor to cancel out human voices.
Razer Blade 15 and Blade Pro 17
The new Razer Blade 15 and Razer Blade Pro 17 laptops include the new NVIDIA GeForce RTX 30 Series laptop GPUs and are available with multiple display options that deliver up to 360Hz. The Razer Blade 15 starts at $1,699.99, and the Razer Blade Pro 17 starts at $2,299.99.
Buy at Razer.
OtterBox Gaming Accessories
OtterBox is best known for cases, but they now offer a collection of mobile gaming accessories. The Mobile Gaming Clip attaches your phone to an Xbox controller for $29.95. The Gaming Carry Case holds your controller for $44.95. The Easy Grip Controller Shell adds grip to your controller for $39.95, and the Easy Grip Gaming Case adds protection to your phone for $54.95. Rounding out the offering is a Gaming Glass Privacy Guard that protects your phone and prevents others from seeing your screen.
Buy at OtterBox.
IOGEAR UpStream Streaming Gear
IOGEAR’s UpStream Essentials are ready to help you put together a better live stream for your social channels, to stream with family members who are remote or take your Zoom calls to the next level. The UpStream Mobile Capture Adapter is $149.95 and designed for a single-camera setup, and it works indoors or even on the trails. The $999.95 UpStream Pro Video Production Switch is a 6-in-1 production solution that combines multiple camera angles, video and audio switching streaming and recording. It uses your iPad for the screen and features an array of connectivity features.
Buy at B&H Photo.
Jabra Elite 85t Noise Canceling Earbuds
The Jabra Elite 85t true wireless earbuds feature active noise canceling technology to help you focus and get more done. The Elite 85T headphones aren’t totally new for CES 2021, but there are now four new colors, including gold/beige, copper/black, black and grey. These include three microphones in each earbud for better call quality and retail for $229.
V-Moda M-200 ANC Wireless Headphones
V-Moda adds Bluetooth and Active Noise Cancelation to the M-200 headphone lineup. This brings two essential features to the classic V-Moda designed headphones, which were only available wired until now. The drivers are 40mm instead of 50mm, and you get USB-C charging and buttons for controlling playback. You can adjust noise canceling using the app or placing your hand over the left ear cup. Battery life is rated at 20 hours. The V-Moda M-200 ANC Wireless headphones are $499.
Buy at V-Moda.
HP Envy 14
The new HP Envy 14 features an 11th Gen Intel Core processor with Iris Xe graphics, 8GB of RAM and a 256Gb SSD. You can configure it up to an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1650 Ti Max-Q GPU and support Wi-Fi 6. It features a 14-inch display with a 16:10 aspect ratio, which offers more screen real estate, and it features Delta E<2 color calibration for better color accuracy. It’s rated for 16.5 hours of battery life, includes a fingerprint reader and physical shutter for the webcam. It will also gain an enhanced lighting feature in February that makes you look better on video calls. It starts at $999.
Buy at HP.
Dell Latitude 5420
The Dell Latitude 5000 series laptops are made using bioplastic from tree waste, with lids that contain 21 percent of this material. This is part of Dell’s sustainability goals. These laptops use the new Intel 11th Generation processors and feature Dell Optimizer software to simplify connecting to Wi-Fi, signing in, app performance and battery charging. The Dell Latitude 5420 starts at $1,049.
Buy at Dell.
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