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


a new year means new gadgets. And thanks to CES 2023, we’ve seen a ton of innovative tech this past week. While many products announced at CES won’t be available till later this year, a fair number are already for sale—which could help tide you over until then. If your wallet has recovered from the holidays, check out these CES devices available for purchase or preorder.

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Gaming, Audio, and Pet Tech

Audeze Maxwell Wireless Gaming Headset 

Photograph: Audeze

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

Not a fan of the Meta Quest Pro? HTC’s Vive XR might be a solid alternative. The stand-alone mixed-reality headset packs 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’s a detachable battery (which lets you wear the eyepiece like glasses instead) and adjustable diopters on each lens. It’s currently available for preorder. You’ll also get five video games with your purchase if you order by February 15.

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. It won’t hit shelves till later this year, but you can reserve it on Razer’s website now for a $5 deposit.

If you’re 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’s also a more affordable alternative to Victrola’s Stream Carbon for $800 (which launched in November), but that does mean it comes …….


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