10 Amazing Gadgets - 2022

10 really amazing gadgets for your life

Sep 16, 2022 - 12:01
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1. Novum Drone

Novum Drone

Think you can only shoot stunning, high-definition shots of dream vacations and big time sporting events with fancy, $1,000+ drones? Think again.

Hailed as one of 2022s most incredible inventions, the Novum Drone might be one of the best kept secrets among social media influencers.

It's foldable, lightweight and easy to carry. You can let it follow you automatically or take full control to create dream shots. Get yours now before it sells out.

2. Apple MacBook Air with M2 processor

Work more efficiently with the Apple MacBook Air with M2 processor, which is a powerhouse. Boasting up to 8 hours of video playback, it has a fanless design like the M1 MacBook Air to keep it from overheating. What’s more, this slim-bezeled 13.6″ Liquid Retina display has a notch cutout for the 1080p FaceTime camera. Additionally, it has 2 Thunderbolt 4 ports, a headphone jack, and an impressive 500 nit brightness. Available in 4 striking colors—Silver, Space Gray, Starlight, Midnight Blue—this all-aluminum unibody laptop boasts style.

Get yours for $1199 USD.

3. The TP-Link AXE200

Sure, mesh network routers are the new media darling when it comes to home internet, but have you considered a router that literally moves its antennae to give you the best signal? Looking like a gadget from a Christopher Nolan film, all four of the antennae on TP-Link’s new AXE200 router move based on whichever position offers users the best signal. It’s a great idea in theory, and we’re eager to test its real-world performance.

The AXE200 is packing some serious networking heat, too. It’s tri-band (supporting 5GHz, 2.4GHz, and 6GHz), and can be dropped into a compatible mesh network. It also features Wi-Fi 6E, the newest Wi-Fi Alliance standard, meaning the AXE200 Omni can boost speeds and reduce latency for supported devices.

4. Razer Project Sophia


A desk with embedded modular components, Razer’s new cutting-edge Project Sophia PC concept would allow users to swap parts and modules like displays, USB hubs or wireless chargers. It’s not the first time the company’s tried to make the PC more modular—last year, it showed off a more practical design using Intel’s miniature NUC, essentially a tiny CPU and motherboard combo. And its 2014 PC concept, Project Christine, gave us a glimpse at a possible PC future that made upgrading major components as easy as changing a roll of toilet paper.

Does that mean you’ll be getting a cutting-edge modular PC anytime soon? Well, no, this is only a concept for now. But when it comes to the envelope-pushing spirit of CES, Razer always delivers.

5. Asus Zenbook 17 Fold OLED


Is it a tablet? A laptop? A big folding Netflix screen? No matter how you slice (or bend) it, Asus and its Zenbook 17 Fold OLED is upping the cool factor when it comes to laptop design. It’s not the first folding laptop we’ve seen, but it might be the first with a screen that makes us actually want to use one—its 17.3-inch display is all OLED, meaning vivid colors and great contrast. With the folding Zenbook and its travel case, it’s easy to carry around a screen bigger than some desktop monitors, while the detachable keyboard make it a productivity porterhouse, too, giving you a great desktop-like experience almost anywhere.

6. DJI Mini 3 Pro camera drone

10 Best tech gadgets of 2022 that everyone should buy
DJI Mini 3 Pro camera drone in use

Look at the world a little closer with the DJI Mini 3 Pro camera drone. Weighing under 249g, it’s super lightweight and portable and, best of all, doesn’t require registration in most countries. Plus, its foldable design enables you to take it virtually everywhere with ease. Moreover, this DJI lightweight camera drone includes forward, backward, and downward vision sensors and can avoid obstacles in complicated environments.

Get yours now for $759 USD.

7. Sony WH-1000XM5 wireless headphones

10 Best tech gadgets of 2022 that everyone should buy
Sony WH-1000XM5 wireless headphones in black

Hear your music in a new light with the Sony WH-1000XM5 wireless headphones. Designed with an Auto NC Optimizer, these headphones automatically adjust the sound based on your environment and wearing conditions. Moreover, the Sony WH-1000XM5 includes 8 microphones—4 on each—with noise-canceling technology. In fact, the microphones also utilize Precise Voice Pickup technology and advanced audio signal processing.

You can get yours for $399.99 USD.

8. Nvidia RTX 3050 Graphics Card


Nvidia, the chipmaker whose cards power everything from gaming consoles to self-driving cars, used CES 2022 to introduce the next iteration of its consumer-friendly graphics cards. The RTX 3050, relatively affordable at $249, fill a major gap in Nvidia’s lineup, and makes cutting-edge graphics technology like ray tracing more accessible to those who can’t fork over more than twice that amount for top-of-the-line cards. These cheaper cards should also help gamers and PC builders actually find stock in an era when graphics cards keep getting snatched up by cryptocurrency miners who use them to get valuable digital coins like Bitcoin and Ether.

9. Wyze Room Sensor

10 Best tech gadgets of 2022 that everyone should buy
Wyze Room Sensor installed in the house

Feel comfortable in every area of your house with the Wyze Room Sensor. It’s compatible with the Wyze Thermostat to rid your home of hot and cold spots. Simply place this gadget in popular rooms and allow the compatible thermostat to balance your home’s climate. Moreover, this sensor continuously communicates with the thermostat to balance your home’s temperature.

You can get yours for $24.99 USD.

10. Anker Nebula Cosmos Laser 4K Projector


Anker, the company that makes every accessory you could possibly need for your 21st-century life, is back with an upgrade to its much-lauded projector line. And it couldn’t have come at a better time, because the Nebula Cosmos Laser 4K projector might be perfect for everyone who never wants to sit inside a movie theater again. The 4K projector features 2,400 lumens of brightness, so movie night doesn’t have to start at the witching hour, and the built-in 30-watt speakers mean you don’t need extra sound gear. The projector also runs a version of Android, so you can simply install the streaming services you want right on the projector itself. At $2,200, it isn’t cheap, but since when has a good projector been cheap?

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