top of page

Top 15 Coolest Techs And Gadgets of 2021

Elon Musk, the Tesla and SpaceX tech billionaire, held the title of richest man in the world for less than a week at the start of January before losing it to Jeff Bezos, the Amazon and Blue Origin tech billionaire. From the beginning of 2021—when our minds were distracted by events much more pressing—until mid-January, when the biggest brands (and a few small ones) digitally gathered to show off their latest at the annual CES trade show—that was about the most riveting tech growth.

Devices that were strange, creative, and extremely useful were displayed and bragged about at the exhibition. There was a flying car and a robot who played the piano, as well as a cool little wireless charging dock. There were plenty of 5G smartphones, versatile laptops, and luxury TVs on display, as well as a number of innovations that represent our desire for a healthier, less diseased planet, such as a high-tech, transparent, light-up N95 face mask from Razer that would transform the wearer into a character from the glitch-tastic Cyberpunk 2077.

We've compiled a list of the gadgets we're most excited to try out in our own homes, many of which will be available later this year. Even if you'd never consider actually buying one, it's fascinating to see where the industry is headed—sustainable and smart remain buzzwords—and what it's avoiding. (Besides, to afford half of them, you'd have to be a billionaire yourself.) Hold your breath if the best tech on display at CES 2021 doesn't entice you. It's just the first month of the year. You can still count on tech firms to release new gadgets during the year, just as you can count on tech billionaire giants to keep getting richer.

Moorebot Scout

Source- Moorebot

Moorebot unveiled a robot that acts as an autonomous surveillance camera on wheels, powered by AI technology, in response to the surveillance state, increased home security issues, and consumer interest in baby cams and robot vacuums. Basically, the Monster Truck-style tyres give it a mobility advantage over mounted cameras for self-driving. You'll need a "Beware of Robot" sign instead of one of those "Beware of Dog" signs. There are a plethora of possible dystopian scenarios.

Razer Project Brooklyn

Source- TechRepublic

A luxury gaming pod is a better description for this idea for a next-gen gaming chair. A panorama view is provided by an arc of a 60-inch retractable OLED screen. Seat and armrests are cushioned for comfort. The chair is lit by RGB lights. For easy PC-to-console transfers, a table folds in and out. The chair's frame is also designed to vibrate during gameplay, similar to the haptic feedback used in Razer's surround sound headset. It will outperform every Universal Studios ride. But it's just an idea, alas.

Ampere Shower Power

Source - Trend Hunter

Shower speakers are a true, although hyper-specific, Bluetooth speaker category. Having one will transform you as an individual. A new contender in the subcategory debuted at CES, a Bluetooth speaker made from recycled materials that connects directly to virtually any showerhead and is driven by the flow of water. Or, more accurately, hydropower. More or less like a watermill for music.

Arcade1Up Legacy Edition Cabinets

Source - Reddit

Arcade1Up is well aware that we're all suckers for nostalgia, which is why its line of retro-inspired home arcades continues to grow. The gaming company unveiled its latest Legacy Edition series of cabinets at CES, with the first three honouring Atari, Capcom, and Namco, respectively. Each of the three cabinets contains 12 games from their respective icon. And all three cabinets are visually appealing.


Source- Twitter

If Cove fulfils its pledge, it has the potential to improve the entire American workforce. Consider this scenario. The promise is the reduction of tension, which can be achieved by wearing a headband for 20 minutes per day. Cove allegedly stimulates the portion of the brain that controls fear by vibrating light behind the ears. We're so stressed out that we'd try something, even if it meant wearing this rather unfashionable and shockingly expensive unit.

Otterbox Gaming Accessories

Source - Android Authority

Otterbox, the company that keeps all of your valuables secure, has revealed a 2021 gaming accessory line in collaboration with Xbox. As you'd imagine, there's a grippy Xbox controller shell and an Xbox controller case to keep you safe when gaming. Then there's this claw, which aims to unite mobile gaming with a controller into a single ecosystem.


Source- Mode

In a few years, there would be no such thing as an unanswerable issue about marijuana. Mode, on the other hand, would take care of things like how much did I just smoke, how long should I inhale, what's in this strain, and whether or not I liked that strain's high the last time I tried it, to name a few. The Mode system is universal, so it can work with your favourite inserts, and the data it gathers from the insert and your use is sent to an app that will tell you almost everything you need to know about your own weed-smoking habits. It also has haptic feedback to signal when it's time to exhale to your hand. Prepare for a surge of cannabis technology like this to hit the market.

TCL Wearable Display

Source- The Verge

This device has the potential to be either brilliant or useless. The principle is straightforward: To avoid the need for a large screen, take the quality of a 1080p OLED TV and add it to the comparatively small area of glasses. The aim is to make the wearer feel like they're staring at a high-definition, 140-inch TV screen four metres away from their heads, probably because they don't own one. There are no points for street style, but there are plenty for creativity.

TCL 6-Series 8K Roku TVs


Back in the world of TVs that look like TVs, one of TCL's other CES announcements was the extension of its famous 6-Series line to 8K models, which we and others praised. Do you want an 8K television? Let's just say it's not even close to being appropriate. The PS5 and Xbox Series X are both 8K capable, which is a plus for gaming in this resolution, but nearly all streaming services are not. TCL is known for producing high-quality televisions at a lower price than you'd think, so maybe this would be the first model to carry 8K to the masses.

Trova Home

Source- Trova

Trova Home is similar to the safe found behind a hotel room's sliding closet lock, except smarter, sleeker, and infinitely more appealing to the eye. As a result, the hotel secure is more like a distant third cousin. Its longest side measures just over 14 inches and can be tightly bolted to a more immovable object. When used in conjunction with an app, you can either tap your phone on the scanner to gain immediate access to the compartment or go through the biometric authentication process on the app. In case the things you're protecting are particularly...pungent, there are humidity sensors and odour concealers. It'll be available in the spring.

Satechi Dock5 Multi-Device Charging Station

Source- MacRumors

If you have enough devices to use this charging station on a daily basis, consider unplugging. If you can't bear the thought of unplugging, know that Satechi's new dock comes with one Qi wireless charging pad, two USB-C charging ports, and two USB-A charging ports, all neatly divided—and, as pictures of wire fires probably flashed through your mind, over-temperature safety.

JBL Tour Pro+ Earbuds

Source CNET

Another year, and another 8,000 variations of earbuds. However, JBL is one of the most dependable audio equipment manufacturers. It debuted a new Tour line at CES this year, consisting of these completely wireless buds and a pair of over-ear cans. The buds are interesting because they offer Adaptive Noise Cancellation, which Apple's AirPods Pro currently dominate the market for, as well as features that enable you to make calls or listen to music with only one bud, which is a difficult task with the AirPods Pro. All things considered, these should be excellent earbuds for the year 2021.

LG Transparent OLED TV

Source- My Mobile

LG teased an idea that may or may not ever come to fruition: an OLED TV for the bedroom with a translucent screen, which may or may not ever come to fruition. According to the Verge, the screen is 55 inches long and can settle at 40% transparency when you're watching something, which is more clear than previous attempts at this TV technology.

myQ Pet Portal

Source- TechEBlog

For those that adopted a new puppy during lockdown and quickly discovered that opening and closing and opening and closing the door to let the puppy out during the workday was incredibly inconvenient, here's an invention that will come in handy. The myQ Pet Portal is a low-profile dog door that includes a Bluetooth sensor for the collar. When the dog signals that he wants to come in or go out, the door either opens automatically or sends a request to the owner to open it through the app. It's smooth, it's clean, and it might just be worth the money.

Samsung Solar Cell Remote Control

Source-Tech News Vision

Samsung is churning out fresh and improved televisions this year, as it does every year, and we're sure they're fantastic. On a more unusual note, Samsung is promoting sustainability with a reimagined remote control that is powered by a solar cell. Not that you'd have to leave the thing on the back deck to recharge it; indoor lights, as well as a normal rechargeable battery, will do the trick (via a USB-C port). Samsung predicts that this would save a lot of AAA battery waste in the coming years.


To help their work, Newsmusk allows writers to use primary sources. White papers, government data, initial reporting, and interviews with industry experts are only a few examples. Where relevant, we also cite original research from other respected publishers.



12 views1 comment

1 bình luận

Maybelle Dicks
Maybelle Dicks
07 thg 12, 2023

All these things are really very useful, apart from this, if you want something for winter or to look modern, then these stardom jackets are the best option for you guys.

bottom of page