We’ve listed the top 10 coolest tech gadgets which are set to be released later this year that we’re most excited about.
Even if you haven’t considered actually owning one of them, or they’re out of your price range for the moment…it’s still cool to see where technology is heading.
Top 10 Coolest Tech Gadgets Of 2021 (So Far)
Not listed in any particular order
10. Moorebot Zeus Remote Control Battle Robot
- Retails: $4,500
Zeus is a standard humanoid battle robot designed for serious gamers and robot fighting enthusiasts who would like robot competitions at any level.
Zeus is appropriate for teenagers aged 13+ and helps enhance their logical thinking, creativity, and understanding of mechanics, electronics, and programming.
9. Razer Project Brooklyn Gaming Chair
- Retails: N/A
Your front-row seat to the future of gaming.
This cutting-edge chair transforms into an entertainment powerhouse packed with a panoramic 60-inch OLED screen. Ergonomic cushions cover the seat and arms. RGB lighting pipes the chair.
It’ll be better than any ride at Disneyland.
8. TCL 6-Series 8K Roku TVs
- Retails: Starting at $1,999.00
Do you need an 8K TV? Let’s just say it’s nowhere near necessary.
But the PS5 and Xbox Series X both are 8K compatible, which is a point for gaming in 8K, but nearly all streaming services are not.
Still, TCL is known for making great TVs that cost less than you’d expect.
7. Satechi Dock5 Multi-Device Charging Station
- Retails: $59.95
If you are the proud owner of enough devices then Satechi’s new Dock5 Qi wireless charging pad is a must-have.
The Dock5 Charging Station’s 6 power transmission ports will recharge your AirPod, iWatch, iPad, iPhone, and Android Smartphones all at the same time.
6. Wyze Bulb Color
- Retails: $26.98 (2-pack)
Known just for its $20 smart home camera, the Wyze Cam.
Now, they’ve introduced the Wyze Bulb Color, The first color-changing smart bulb.
Now you can select from 16 million colors, and temperatures to get your ambiance just right.
Bonus, it works with Alexa and Google Assistant.
5. KEF Mu3 Noise-Canceling Wireless Earbuds
- Retails: $230.00
KEF is best known for its superb passive and active speakers, like the new LS50 Meta and LS50 Wireless II.
Now, KEF has thrown its hat in the true wireless ring for the first time.
The KEF Mu3 are wireless earbuds with active noise-cancellation and they’re priced very similarly to their main competitor, Apple’s AirPods Pro.
4. JLab Audio Talk USB Microphone
- Retails: $99.00
JLab has introduced a new line of high-performing USB microphones — called the Talk Series — that is designed for gamers, streamers, and podcasters.
There are three different microphones ranging from $49 to $149, offering more affordable alternatives for people who don’t want to spend the extra dough on competitors like the Blue Microphone.
3. Ring Video Doorbell Pro 2
- Retails: $250.00
Ring announced the Video Doorbell Pro 2, the next-generation version of its well-reviewed video doorbell — and it adds two big upgrades.
First, it adds a new radar sensor that enables new 3D motion detection and “Bird’s Eye View” features; this allows it to better detect and even create a top-down map of the movement taking place in front of your door.
And secondly, the camera has an improved field of view so that it can capture the delivery person’s entire body — head to toe — when they drop off a package.
2. Polar Verity Sense
- Retails: $90.00
Polar released a new optical heart monitor sensor that can be worn on your arm or your temple (if you’re swimming).
It’s designed for people who don’t necessarily wear a wrist-bound fitness tracker or smartwatch or are doing an exercise that isn’t very friendly to wrist jewelry, like martial arts, swimming, dancing, or boxing.
1. Devialet Phantom I
Top 10 Coolest Tech Gadgets Of 2021 Devialet Phantom I
- Retails: $2,200.00
Devialet’s beautiful-yet-alien-looking wireless speakers: the Phantom I.
It still looks and works the same as the company’s previous Phantom speakers — but the French audio company has made the Phantom I more power-efficient, so it supposedly sounds way better.
They also gave it support for AirPlay 2 and a fancy new physical remote.
As for price, well, it’s still expensive. The Phantom I comes in two versions — 103dB or 108db — and they cost $2,200 and $3,200