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7 New Gadgets You Should Have on Your Radar This Week

7 New Gadgets You Should Have on Your Radar This Week
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Amazon stole the show this week with its big hardware event, announcing a $59 smart thermostat, a $50 video doorbell, a new fitness tracker, a wall-mounted smart monitor, and a host of other things — check out all that Amazon has announced, here. But several other companies have also revealed new gadgets, including Sonos, Sony, and Wyze. Check it all out below.

Sonos x Ikea Symphonic Table Lamp Speaker (Gen 2)

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Sonos and Ikea have announced their second generation of table lamp speakers. It’s different from the previous model in that IKEA now gives you the option to buy one of two lamp bases (either white or black) and then you can pair it with one of two lamp shades: one glass and one transparent textile. The lamp base will cost $140, while the glass and fabric lampshades will cost $39 and $29, respectively, making the total cost about $179 from the original. Just like before, the table lamp base will work just like the Sonos One SL speaker (without a built-in voice assistant).

You will be able to purchase the new table lamp speaker on October 12th.

the price: $169 – $179

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Sony WF-C500 Wireless Earbuds

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Sony

Sony has announced a new pair of wireless earbuds, and their big selling point: they cost just $100. The WF-C500 headphones are smaller than the flagship 1000XM4 headphones, and they lack active noise cancellation in addition to the same sound quality. They have support for the company’s 360 Reality Audio and are compatible with the Headphones app so you can tweak your EQ settings, though. It also charges via USB-C and supports fast charging; A 10-minute charge gives you nearly an hour of playing time.

The Sony WF-C500 is available for pre-order today with the start of general shipping

the price: $100 dollars

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Sony WH-XB910N ANC Headphones

Sony wireless noise canceling over-ear headphones

Sony

The Sony WH-XB910N is the newest pair of budget noise canceling earphones. It replaces the WH-XB900N in the company’s lineup, but has a sleeker design that’s closer to its flagship WH-1000XM4 headphones. They’re set up to improve sound, noise cancellation, and call quality compared to their predecessors – just don’t expect them to be up to par with their flagships.

the price: $249

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Skullcandy grind fuel and pay on site

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Skullcandy announced two new pairs of wireless earbuds this week: the Grind Fuel (pictured) and Push Active. Grind Fuel is the slightly higher end of the two. It features a traditional earphone design, an IP55 water resistance rating and works with the company’s companion app so you can fine-tune your audio preferences. Push Active is more fitness focused and has an ear hook design. The big thing about both sets of wireless earbuds is that they work with “Hey Skullcandy” voice commands, which let you adjust volume, skip sounds, and answer calls hands-free. These voice commands are arranged for two other specific reasons; It’s Spotify compatible and works offline, so you can request songs and playlists if they’ve been downloaded to your phone.

the price: $80 – $100

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Wise S . scale

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Wyze has announced a new smart scale that costs $15. It’s “smart” because it sends all of your metrics to a companion app, which then lets you track your fitness and set goals. It’s also compatible with Fitbit, Google Fit, and Apple Health, which means it will sync with the fitness app you’re already using. The S scale is able to track 10 different metrics in addition to weight, including body fat, body mass, bone mass and body water percentage.

The Wyze Scale S is available for pre-order, and shipping is scheduled to begin in November.

the price: $15

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Amazon Astro

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At this week’s big hardware event, the standout announcement was Astro, Alexa’s tiny robot on wheels. It has built-in speakers and a built-in display, so it can follow you, play music, movies/shows, and help with video calls. It also has a pop-up camera, which means the Astro can act as a mobile smart home camera to monitor your home, pets, or people who need extra care (like the elderly) when you’re not there.

the price: $999 (introductory price)

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Blink video doorbell

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Blink Video Doorbell is a simple smart doorbell designed to work with Alexa smart home. It comes in wired or wire-free models and offers many of the features you’d expect in a smart doorbell, like HD video, night vision, motion detection, and two-way audio. Of course, the important thing is that it only costs $50, which is much cheaper than most other options out there today.

the price: $50

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