Just like last year, Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant seem to be everywhere, letting us control virtually everything with our voices. A much bigger surprise is that Apple's AirPlay 2 streaming platform is coming to TVs from LG, Samsung, and Vizio. And as always, exciting, innovative products were not in short supply.
Our team of editors and writers put our heads together to distill the thousands of new products, technologies, and trends we've seen this week down to 27 worthy winners. At CES, you never know what's actually going to make it to market, but we have high hopes for these standouts.—Alex Colon
Best Audio GearLast year we reviewed the Audeze Mobius gaming headset. Its audiophile-level sound quality and WavesNX 360-degree head tracking impressed us, but at $400 it remains the most expensive gaming headset we’ve tested. Kingston partnered with Audeze to take that concept and make it more affordable and accessible, and that’s where the HyperX Cloud Orbit S headset comes in. It combines the technology behind the Mobius with Kingston’s HyperX Cloud gaming headset design. The result is a headset with Audeze and WavesNX bells and whistles, at a more palatable $330. If you want to forego head tracking and just get a headset with Audeze’s excellent magnetic planar drivers, the non-tracking Cloud Orbit will go for $300.—WG
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