25 gadgets from CES 2024 that you can buy right now

The best part about CES 2024 has been all of the cool product announcements. Many of these products are early in development, so not available for purchase. Some, however, are already on store shelves, allowing tech-crazed consumers to see what all the fuss is about. Here are some of the niftier items displayed at this year’s CES that are ready, willing and able to empty your bank account. These products range from cool smartphone accessories to gaming laptops and some items that simply defy description.

Masterbuilt

The all-new Masterbuilt AutoIgnite Series 545 charcoal grill offers auto-ignition capabilities. All you have to do is press the igniter button and set the temperature. The digital controller does the rest, which includes everything from low-and-slow smoking to searing. It also comes with a cast-iron lid, a folding side shelf on the right, an enclosed cart design for storage, cooking grates and chrome wire warming racks. 

$500 at Masterbuilt

LG

LG is giving Samsung a run for its money with the MyView Smart Monitor line. These displays have built-in smart TV features, so they don’t necessarily have to be connected to a PC or gaming console. These 4K monitors can stream from Netflix and other services on their own, just like Samsung’s M8 line. The 31.5-inch screen offers a 16:9 aspect ratio, a 4K IPS panel, 95 percent DCI-P3 coverage and HDR10 support. 

$600 at LG

JLab

The JLab JBuds Lux ANC Wireless Headphones are feature-packed, especially for the price. These over-ear headphones offer multipoint Bluetooth, customizable EQ, spatial audio and a quick-charge feature. They also incorporate Google Fast Pair and boast up to 70 hours of battery life per charge, depending on if you use active noise canceling or not. The JBuds Lux have the same size drivers, 40mm, as flagship headphones by Bose, Sony and others, but with a reduced price tag. 

$80 at JLab

JLab

JLab also revealed a new set of budget earbuds. The third-gen JBuds ANC earbuds offer active noise cancellation, with up to 33 hours of use per charge with ANC disabled and nine hours with ANC enabled. The charging case is tiny, about the size of a flash drive, with an attached USB-C cord. The earbuds also boast onboard touch controls, dedicated sound profiles for each user, IP55 water resistance and Bluetooth multipoint. They are only available in black. 

$60 at Amazon

Dell

This Dell UltraSharp 40 Curved Hub Monitor is being billed as the “first 40-inch 5K monitor certified for five-star eye comfort,” thanks to incorporating a new industry standard for ocular health. The refresh rate has also been doubled from previous models to 120Hz, helping with eye strain and making for smoother visuals. There’s also an ambient light sensor that automatically adjusts screen brightness and color temperature to match the lighting conditions. 

$2,080 at Dell

Clicks

The Clicks Creator Keyboard is a nifty little accessory for iPhones that does just what the name implies. It’s a keyboard for your phone for those who don’t like touchscreens. The aesthetics are on point and it works great, per our hands-on experience. It’s available in multiple colors but only integrates with newer iPhone models, 14 Pro and above. Additionally, you’ll pay extra for Pro Max versions. 

$140 at Clicks

Kohler

Kohler’s expensive and luxurious PureWash E930 Bidet Seat is designed to turn a standard toilet into a high-end smart device. This accessory fits on most toilet seats, turning it into the smart bidet. The price is high, but you get Alexa and Google voice control assistance, hands-free controls, UV cleaning, a warm air dryer and much more. This is certainly one way to turn your toilet into a bona-fide throne.

$1,290 at Kohler

Xreal

The Xreal Air 2 Ultra AR glasses are taking aim at the Apple Vision Pro and related headsets. These glasses offer a wearable screen experience, so you can watch streaming content and play games with a large virtual display. You get 6DoF (six degrees of freedom) spatial tracking and hand tracking, along with a wider 52-degree FOV (field of view) and a 42-pixel-per-degree sharpness within an 80-gram titanium package. This is not, however, a standalone device and requires a smartphone or computer to work. 

$700 at Xreal

Belkin

The Belkin Auto-Tracking Stand Pro incorporates Apple’s DockKit framework, so it connects directly to iPhones without the need of a third-party app. Once connected, the motorized stand will follow its subject, whether you’re making a TikTok video or engaging in a conference call. It tilts up to 90 degrees via a MagSafe arm and swivels up 360 degrees. The algorithm will automatically keep you in frame. 

$180 at Belkin

HP

HP’s new Omen Transcend 14 laptop is a beast, while remaining extremely light and portable. As a matter of fact, the company’s calling it the lightest gaming laptop in the world, at 3.5 pounds. The laptop ships with a 14th-gen Intel Core Ultra 7 or Ultra 9 processor, up to 32GB of DDR5 RAM, 2TB of storage and an NVIDIA RTX 4070 GPU. The specs are strong with this one. 

$1,600 at HP

Garmin

The Garmin HRM-Fit is a wearable heart rate monitor perfect for keeping tabs on things during intense workouts and long runs. As a caveat, this product is primarily marketed toward women but anyone can use it. It attaches to sports bras and reports your pace, distance and stride length — so if you’re the sort of running who typically does not wear a sports bra, this might not be the device for you.

$150 at Garmin

Garmin

The Garmin Lily 2 smartwatch looks like a fantastic fitness tracker and an all-around decent smartwatch. You get a 35mm metal case, heart rate monitoring, sleep quality ratings and connected GPS features. The app has also been redesigned to offer more use case scenarios for modern smartwatch enthusiasts. 

$250 at Garmin

Mojawa

The Mojawa HaptiFit Terra Sports Trainer combines bone-conducting headphone technology with AI algorithms to create something of a virtual fitness coach experience. It’s also waterproof, so it can track swimming laps and distance, in addition to heart rate, step count, pace and calories burned for traditional exercises. The sound quality is on point and the design is elegant. It’s currently available on presale for $200, but the price shoots up soon. 

$200 at Mojawa

Engadget

Dell’s Alienware m16 R2 Gaming Laptop features user–upgradeable DDRR5 RAM and M.2 SSDs (two slots each), a new FHD IR webcam with support for facial recognition and Windows Hello and AI-powered noise-cancellation for improved video calling. You also get upgraded far-field microphones, support for Wi-Fi 7 and the latest version of the company’s Command Center app. The m16 R2 tops out at an RTX 4070 GPU and the Intel Core Ultra H-series chip.

$2,000 at Dell

Razer

The Razer Blade 16 gaming laptop is an absolute beast, with a high-end price tag to match. For the price, you get a 16-inch 240Hz OLED display, which the company says is a first in the industry. You also get a 14th-gen Raptor Lake Core i9-14900HX chip and up to an RTX 4090 with a TDP of 175 watts. 

$3,000 at Razer

GE

The GE Profile Smart Indoor Smoker brings modern technology to old-school meat smoking. It imparts noticeable smoke flavor in just two hours of cooking, which is a fantastic metric. This product can also be used indoors, as it uses just a fraction of wood pellets needed for traditional outdoor smoking. Of course, there are plenty of smart controls available. 

$1,000 at Williams Sonoma

ASUS

The ASUS ROG Phone 8 is a full-featured smartphone that prioritizes gaming, as you’d expect from ROG, but also includes a decent camera. It features reduced bezels to keep the size down, IP69 dust and water resistance, a low weight of 225g and plenty of beefy specs. You get Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 chip paired with a “GameCool 8” advanced thermal system.

$1,000 at ASUS

Rabbit

The Rabbit R1 is one of the more interesting products to come out of CES 2024. This AI-powered digital assistant can automatically operate any smartphone app, completing any task you train it to do. It boasts a screen and on-board controls, but it’s not quite powerful enough to be considered a smartphone. Still, the tech here is certainly interesting. 

$200 at Rabbit

Nanoleaf

The Nanoleaf Skylight Smarter Kit, which is actually a starter kit, is a great way to add some ceiling lighting to your home. The pack comes with a trio of modular ceiling lights that are flush-mounted to simplify the installation process. You can actually use these to mimic the effect of the natural sky, via the company’s diffused multipoint lighting system. As always, you can add panels as you purchase them, up to 99.

$250 at Nanoleaf

Engadget

These Audio Technica ATH-TWX7 earbuds are wireless and ship with a handy charging case. They come with active noise cancellation (ANC) technology, an AirPods-like stick design, 5.8mm high-resolution drivers capable of 24-bit/96 kHz LDAC audio and a compact form factor. Not bad for the price. 

$200 at Audio Technica

EcoFlow

The EcoFlow Delta Pro Ultra home battery backup system will keep everything in your house charged up when you need it. This is a whole house battery backup that can scale to 90kWh and can harvest power from up to 42 solar panels. It’s also fairly easy to use, with a plug-and-play design. This is a costly purchase, but worth it to some. 

$5,800 at EcoFlow

Razer

The Razer Iskur V2 gaming chair is full of comfort-enhancing bells and whistles. For the price, you get a spring-loaded lumbar support system that adjusts to the body’s weight and posture, with manual controls to allow for height adjustments. The cushions have also been refreshed to further offer more comfort as you game for hours on end. 

$650 at Razer

Razer

This 11-port USB-C dock looks to be highly useful, thanks to sheer number of available ports. On the port front, you get four USB-A, two USB-C, a gigabit ethernet, HDMI, a 3.5mm audio combo jack and slots for UHS-I SD and microSD. The dock’s HDMI port can output up to 4K at 60Hz, and its audio jack supports 7.1 surround sound. The accessory is made from an aluminum alloy, and its USB ports support 85W laptop charging.

$120 at Razer

Razer

The Razer Aether Monitor Light Bar is a mountable accessory with front- and rear-facing RGB LEDs, with support for over 16.8 million colors and “a myriad of lighting effects.” The bar also incorporates capacitive touch controls, which can adjust the brightness, color temperature and Chroma effects. This light bar also integrates with the Matter smart home standard. 

$130 at Razer

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