Here are our curated list of five recommended by the experts:
1) Apple Smart Battery Case
A portable charging case for Apple iPhones that doesn’t use or cover up the Lightning port allowing you to charge your phone while listening to headphones. It gets its power from any Qi wireless charging pad or its included charging cable and gives you up to 31 hours of battery life. Inspite of its sleek design, it’s strong enough to protect your phone. It fits Xs Max, Xs/X, and XR iPhones.
2) SOUNDBAR: SONOS ONE
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If you want a compact, minimalist design; great sound and Alexa support, look no further than the terrific Sonos One (£399). It’s just 65cm wide but you get detail and dynamism whether it’s film or music plus multi-room smarts to hook up to other Sonos speakers. For this price, this is all the soundbar you need.
3) KitchenAid Cook Processor Connect
KitchenAid gave U.S. consumers a new kitchen counter appliance to lust after at CES**: the Cook Processor Connect, a do-it-all machine that automatically stirs veggies as they sauté, chops ingredients to your preferred size, kneads dough, steams food, measures weight, and more. It also comes programmed with 100 recipes with step-by-step instructions accessed through an app. It’s like an Instant Pot, but pretty. Release date and price were not announced, but expect it to cost well over $1,000.
Samsung’s Q900 delivers on the company’s ambitious promise of a 8K TV that’s ready to buy now. Coming in three sizes (85-, 75- and 65-inch versions), it steps up the HDR performance, hitting peak brightness levels of 4,000 nits, which means that content comes out exactly as its creators intended. The design exudes Samsung’s usual high standards and the 15ms input lag makes the Q900 perfect for gaming. Most important, as you’d expect, is the Q900’s spectacular upscaling via its Quantum 8K Processor. You could be swayed in by all this or you could just wait for the LG OLED roll up tv!
**CES is an annual trade show organized by the Consumer Technology Association. Held in January at the Las Vegas Convention Center in Las Vegas, Nevada, United States, the event typically hosts presentations of new products and technologies in the consumer electronics industry.