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10 Best Tech Gadgets of 2023

10 best tech gadgets of 2023

Technology is constantly evolving and bringing us new and exciting gadgets that make our lives easier, more fun, or simply more hassle-free. In this article, we will take a look at some of the best tech gadgets that have been announced or released in 2023, ranging from gaming headsets to electric in-line skates. These are the devices that have caught our attention with their innovative features, design, and performance.

1. Meta Quest 3 and Meta Quest Pro

Meta, formerly known as Facebook, scored a hit with its Quest 2 virtual reality (VR) headset, enabling it to introduce almost 15 million of us to its version of the metaverse. Of course, we’ve always known that this was only the beginning, and soon we will see the introduction of two new headsets that will enable even more immersive and interactive virtual experiences.

The Meta Quest 3 will be the next iteration of the current consumer-focused headset line, probably sold at a subsidized price in order to bring more users into the ecosystem. The headset is expected to be an evolution, rather than a revolution, of the current Quest, lacking technology such as eye-tracking, which is expected to be present in the next generation of higher-end headsets.

The Quest Pro, on the other hand, is aimed at productivity use for professionals who want to get involved with building the virtual worlds that will make up the metaverse. The headset will pack a 4K resolution, a 90-Hz refresh rate, a field of view up to 110 degrees, an RGB pass-through camera, and two wireless controllers with support for hand tracking. For extra comfort, there will be a detachable battery (which lets you wear the eyepiece like glasses instead) and adjustable diopters on each lens. The headset is currently available for preorder.

FeatureMeta Quest 3Meta Quest Pro
Refresh rateUnknown90 Hz
Field of viewUnknownUp to 110 degrees
Pass-through cameraNoRGB
Hand trackingNoYes
Detachable batteryNoYes
Adjustable dioptersNoYes

2. Apple Watch Ultra

Apple has been making consumer smart watches for a few years now, but late 2022 saw the introduction of a new model designed to compete with the high-end sports and luxury models recently introduced by competitors such as Garmin and Tag Heuer.

The Apple Watch Ultra is a premium version of the Apple Watch Series 7, featuring a titanium case, a sapphire crystal display, and an exclusive leather band. The watch also boasts improved health and fitness features, such as blood pressure monitoring, ECG detection, and SpO2 measurement. The watch also supports wireless charging and has a battery life of up to 18 hours.

The Apple Watch Ultra is not cheap, though. It costs $1,499 for the 41-mm model and $1,599 for the 45-mm model. If you want to splurge on a smartwatch that combines style and functionality, this might be the one for you.

FeatureApple Watch Ultra
Case materialTitanium
Display materialSapphire crystal
Band materialLeather
Blood pressure monitoringYes
ECG detectionYes
SpO2 measurementYes
Wireless chargingYes
Battery lifeUp to 18 hours

3. Razer Edge Gaming Handheld

Razer’s second version of its handheld gaming device packs a variety of hardware upgrades, including a 144-Hz refresh rate, Snapdragon G3x Gen 1 chipset, an active-cooled processor designed for mobile gaming, and 5G support. The device also features dual analog sticks, D-pad, shoulder buttons, triggers, and four face buttons for optimal gaming control.

The Razer Edge Gaming Handheld can run Android games as well as PC games via cloud streaming services such as GeForce Now and Xbox Cloud Gaming. The device also has a docking station that lets you connect it to a monitor or TV for a bigger screen experience. The device has a battery life of up to six hours.

The Razer Edge Gaming Handheld won’t hit shelves till later this year, but you can reserve it on Razer’s website now for a $5 deposit. If you are looking for a portable gaming device that can handle both mobile and PC games, this might be worth checking out.

FeatureRazer Edge Gaming Handheld
Display size8 inches
Display resolution1920 x 1200 pixels
Refresh rate144 Hz
ProcessorSnapdragon G3x Gen 1
Cooling systemActive
Connectivity5G, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth
ControlsDual analog sticks, D-pad, shoulder buttons, triggers, face buttons
Game compatibilityAndroid, PC (via cloud streaming)
Docking stationYes
Battery lifeUp to six hours

4. Victrola Stream Onyx Record Player

If you are looking for a record player to accompany your Sonos system at home, look no further. As part of the Works with Sonos program, Victrola’s Stream Onyx turntable wirelessly connects and casts music to your Sonos devices. It also has a built-in phono preamp and a line out for connecting to other speakers or headphones.

The Stream Onyx turntable features a sleek and minimalist design, with a matte black finish and a carbon fiber tonearm. It also comes with an Audio Technica VM-95 cartridge, which delivers high-quality sound reproduction. The turntable supports both 33 1/3 and 45 RPM speeds and has an auto-stop function.

The Stream Onyx turntable is available for $600, which is a more affordable alternative to Victrola’s Stream Carbon for $800 (which launched in November), but that does mean it comes with a slightly cheaper cartridge. If you want to enjoy your vinyl records with your Sonos speakers, this might be a good option for you.

FeatureVictrola Stream Onyx Record Player
Works with SonosYes
Phono preampYes
Line outYes
CartridgeAudio Technica VM-95
Speeds33 1/3 and 45 RPM

5. Litra Glow

Litra Glow is a device for video streamers who want to improve their lighting and create more engaging content. The device is a smart LED light that can be controlled via an app or voice commands. The device can produce over 16 million colors and adjust the brightness, temperature, and hue of the light according to the user’s preferences or the ambient lighting conditions.

The device also has a built-in camera that can track the user’s face and movements and adjust the light accordingly. The device can also sync with the user’s music or sound effects and create dynamic lighting effects that match the mood or theme of the content. The device can be mounted on a tripod, clipped on a monitor, or placed on a desk.

The Litra Glow is available for $99, which is a reasonable price for a smart LED light that can enhance your video streaming quality and creativity. If you are looking for a way to spice up your content and impress your viewers, this might be worth trying out.

FeatureLitra Glow
Smart LED lightYes
App controlYes
Voice controlYes
ColorsOver 16 million
Brightness adjustmentYes
Temperature adjustmentYes
Hue adjustmentYes
Face and movement trackingYes
Sound syncYes

6. Kiwibot

Kiwibot is a device that is overturning the standard manner of delivering packages for the food service industry. The device is a self-driving robot that can carry up to 20 pounds of cargo and travel up to four miles per hour. The device uses cameras, sensors, and artificial intelligence to navigate sidewalks, crosswalks, and traffic signals safely and efficiently.

The device also has a touch screen that allows customers to interact with it and confirm their orders. The device can also communicate with humans via voice or text messages. The device is designed to be cute and friendly, with LED eyes that express emotions and a speaker that plays music or sounds.

The Kiwibot is currently being used by several restaurants and delivery platforms in the US, such as Chick-fil-A, Shopify, DoorDash, and Uber Eats. The device aims to reduce delivery costs, emissions, and traffic congestion while increasing customer satisfaction and convenience. If you want to experience the future of delivery service, you might want to order from one of these partners.

Self-driving robotYes
Cargo capacityUp to 20 pounds
SpeedUp to four miles per hour
Navigation systemCameras, sensors, artificial intelligence
Touch screenYes
Voice or text communicationYes
LED eyesYes

7. Segway Apex H2

Segway Apex H2 is a device that combines the thrill of riding a motorcycle with the convenience of using hydrogen fuel. The device is a futuristic-looking electric bike that runs on hydrogen gas, which can be stored in removable canisters. The device can reach speeds of up to 150 km/h and has a range of 400 km per canister.

The device also features a hubless wheel design, which gives it a sleek and futuristic appearance. The device also has a smart dashboard that displays speed, battery level, and other information. The device can be controlled via a smartphone app, which also allows users to customize the bike’s settings and performance.

The Segway Apex H2 is expected to launch in 2023, with a price tag of $10,700. If you are looking for a green and stylish way to travel, this might be the device for you.

FeatureSegway Apex H2
Electric bikeYes
Hydrogen fuelYes
SpeedUp to 150 km/h
Range400 km per canister
Hubless wheel designYes
Smart dashboardYes
Smartphone app controlYes

8. Bose QuietComfort Earbuds

Bose QuietComfort Earbuds are devices that offer exceptional sound quality and noise cancellation. The devices are wireless earbuds that use active noise cancellation technology to block out unwanted sounds and let you focus on your music or calls. The devices have 11 levels of noise cancellation, which you can adjust via touch controls or an app.

The devices also feature a custom-designed acoustic system that delivers clear and balanced sound across all frequencies. The devices also have an innovative ear tip design that conforms to your ear shape and provides a secure and comfortable fit. The devices also have an IPX4 rating, which means they are resistant to sweat and water.

The Bose QuietComfort Earbuds have a battery life of up to six hours per charge, and an additional 12 hours from the wireless charging case. They are available for $279, which is comparable to other premium wireless earbuds in the market. If you want to enjoy high-quality sound and noise cancellation in any environment, these might be the devices for you.

FeatureBose QuietComfort Earbuds
Wireless earbudsYes
Active noise cancellationYes
Noise cancellation levels11
Touch controlsYes
App controlYes
Sound qualityClear and balanced
Ear tip designCustomized and comfortable
IPX4 ratingYes
Battery lifeUp to six hours per charge (18 hours total)

9. LG Rollable OLED TV

LG Rollable OLED TV is a device that redefines the concept of television. The device is a TV that can roll up or down into its base, depending on your preference or space availability. The device features a 65-inch OLED screen that delivers stunning picture quality and contrast.

The device also has three modes: Full View, Line View, and Zero View. In Full View mode, the screen is fully extended and can display any content you want. In-Line View mode, the screen is partially rolled down and can show information such as time, weather, or music. In Zero View mode, the screen is completely hidden and the base can act as a speaker.

The LG Rollable OLED TV is a masterpiece of engineering and design, but it comes with a hefty price tag of $100,000. If you want to experience the ultimate in TV innovation and luxury, this might be the device for you.

FeatureLG Rollable OLED TV
Rollable TVYes
Screen size65 inches
Screen typeOLED
Picture qualityStunning and contrasted
ModesFull View, Line View, Zero View

10. Fliteboard eFoil

Fliteboard eFoil is a device that lets you fly over water with ease and grace. The device is an electric hydrofoil board that can lift you above the water surface and glide smoothly at speeds of up to 45 km/h. The device uses a battery-powered motor and a propeller to generate thrust, and a wireless remote to control the speed and direction.

The device also features a modular design, which allows you to customize your board, wing, and battery according to your preferences and skill level. The device also has a smart display that shows battery level, speed, distance, and other data. The device is made of durable and lightweight materials, such as carbon fiber and aluminum.

The Fliteboard eFoil has a battery life of up to 90 minutes per charge, depending on the usage and conditions. It is available for $12,995, which is not cheap, but it is worth it for the thrill and fun of flying over water. If you want to experience a new way of surfing and exploring the water, this might be the device for you.

FeatureFliteboard eFoil
Electric hydrofoil boardYes
SpeedUp to 45 km/h
Wireless remote controlYes
Modular designYes
Smart displayYes
MaterialsCarbon fiber and aluminum
Battery lifeUp to 90 minutes per charge

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