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The Best CES Devices You Can Buy Right Now

At its core, CES is a festival of desire, whether that’s for an affordable 5G phone, an inkjet beauty wand, or a personal pod transporter that means you’ll never have to walk again. It can be anticlimactic if you're at home. You realize that none of the dazzling gear you saw will be available for at least six to 12 months—and some of it will never come out at all. But we got you. We've highlighted a few of our favorite things at CES that you can buy right now.

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Update Jan. 13: We fixed a link to the Elite Active 75T. Our link was going to the standard Elite 75T, which are also very nice earbuds that recently came out.

The Best CES Gadgets You Can Buy Now

These are our favorite picks from the show that are finished enough to actually order! —Adrienne So

Jabra Elite Active 75T Earbuds for $200

These comfortable, great-sounding workout buds are guaranteed against two years of water damage and made our Best of CES list this year.

Read more in our Best of CES 2020 awards roundup.

MysteryVibe Poco Smart Vibrator for $70 ($20 off)

We loved this gender-neutral, smart sex toy that lets you create custom vibration patterns, then fine-tune the intensity and frequency of each part of the pattern and save it to the device via the companion app.

Read more in our CES Days 3-4 Liveblog and check out Lauren's piece on how "Sex-Tech Companies Are Having More Fun Than the Rest of Us at CES."

Phyn Smart Water Assistant for $250 ($50 off)

I nominated Phyn's new, slim, DIY-install smart water monitor as the best smart-home device in our Best of CES roundup.

Read more in our Best of CES 2020 awards roundup.

Ampere Wireless Charging Fanny Pack for $120 ($10 off)

The only thing that could make us love fanny packs more is if you could charge your phone in them. Ampere's comes with a removable wireless charging power bank. Just slide your phone into the special pocket and juice up as you travel from point A to point B.

Read more in our CES Day 2 Liveblog.

Incipio Organicore Phone Case for $40

We love Incipio's sleek, durable phone cases, and its new line is plant-based and 100 percent compostable. It offers drop protection for up to 6 feet, and even the packaging is recyclable, with water-based ink.

Read more in our CES Days 3-4 Liveblog.

LynQ Off-Grid People Tracker for $249

I tried a lot of backcountry satellite messengers, and the LynQ looks like one of the most affordable and versatile devices for people who are frequently off-grid. It doesn't require a phone app or subscription; simply clip the carabiner to a strap and it will point you toward up to 12 people in your party. You can even leave one in the car.

Read more in our CES Day 2 gadget gallery.

Cake Ӧsa Modular Motorcycle (Price Varies)

This Swedish electric bike and e-motorcycle manufacturer debuted the Ӧsa this year, a modular motorcycle with quick-release clamps so you can easily attach or remove accessories like cargo racks, a surfboard rack, or a passenger seat. It also comes in a moped version. To order, select your configuration on the website and find a retailer near you.

Read more in our CES Day 2 gadget gallery.

Unagi E500 Customizable Scooter for $990

Not only are Unagi's lightweight, portable, double-motor scooters getting faster, they're also getting more colorful. Choose from three patterns or multiple of colors, which will be impregnated in a clear coat and wrapped around the deck, stem, and handlebar tubes.

Read more in our CES Day 2 Liveblog.

Tori Kids Explorer Pack for $129

The Tori board is a magnetic board that pairs with small magnets that you can place in different game controllers. There's the potential to make it a learning experience, but when we tried it at CES, it was just fun.

Read more in our 6 Favorite Edu-Taining Toys at CES.

Dabby Streaming Device for $400

The Dabby dongle/touchscreen will help anyone get out of streaming TV oversubscription hell. Ask the Dabby for a TV show, a movie, or even a specific scene on YouTube, and it will deep-search the Web for you to find and play it on any service. It also has an intelligent subscription manager to help you pare down your services.

Read more in our CES Days 3-4 Liveblog.

Other Deals Around the Web

These devices did not debut or show at CES, but there were a few new deals I wanted to highlight for the weekend.—Jeffrey Van Camp

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