The Best New Tech and Gadgets to Purchase Now

With so many new tech gadgets on the market, it can be tough for consumers to know which to choose. Wired and TechRadar reviewed the best new products available on the market right now. Adrian Rubin has covered some of their comparison of their picks is discussed below. Other popular gadgets are included at the end of this article.

Smartphones

The Samsung Galaxy S9 was chosen by both TechRader and Wired as their smartphone of choice. Galaxy phones are known for their big ‘infinity’ screens. The S9 starts around $600 and provides all-around quality. While the phone does not look very different from its predecessor, developers improved upon user-favorite features. Both reviews praised the S9 for its camera. Wired highlighted the 2x zoom, while TechRadar considers the low-light feature the most impressive change. Neither review was impressed by the AR Emoji positioned to compete with Apple. If you’re looking for the best new tech gadget to buy, then it is hard to go wrong with the Galaxy S9. There are several options to choose from, but it is a high-end phone even at the base model.

Laptops

Dell’s XPS 13 is Wired’s choice for the best new laptop. TechRadar found the Huawei MateBook X Pro to be the best option. Both are priced at just over $1,000. The XPS 13 comes in at a lightweight 1.2kg with a thin 13-inch screen. It is considered a heavy workload computer. If the base model is not enough, consumers can choose from the variety of options that Dell is known for. The MateBook X Pro comes with a bigger screen (13.9-inch) at a slightly lower price for the base model. TechRadar believes the XPS 13 to be the second best option while the new Huawei is now the best laptop for the money. Consumers may shy away from Huawei since the company is still new to making laptops. However, the MateBook X Pro boasts an 8th generation Intel Core i5 (or i7) with Nvidia GeForce MX150 2GB GDDR5 and 8GB to 16GB of RAM under the hood. TechRadar praises it for its screen, features, design, and overall performance.

Tablets

Both Wired and TechRadar agree that the new Apple iPAD with a 9.7-inch screen is the best new tablet on the market. It starts at around $300. Wired pointed to its best available apps on the market for being their choice. TechRadar believes it the best match of screen and overall performance. The New iPAD comes with more storage (32GM) and an A9 chip. Apple just made its premier product better.

TVs

Smart TVs represent the biggest price difference among listed devices. TechRadar priced its choice, the Samsung Q9FN QLED, at more than $3,000 while Wired’s choice (LG) is at one-third the cost. There is good reason for this. The Samsung could be the best TV ever. Wired chose the LG OLED55C7 because of its screen that boasts independent pixel lighting. TechRadar calls the Samsung an improvement upon it flagship screen. With the high price comes unmatched dimming and dynamic experience.

Smartwatch

The Apple Watch is the consensus pick for the best smartwatch. It is priced around $300. Wired promotes it as a mobile replacement that makes an excellent fitness accessory. TechRadar calls the new Apple Watch the best smartwatch that Apple ever produced. It comes with a larger and overall improved display while keeping its nimbleness. Consumers even gave it points as a competitive phone option.

Other Gadgets

Wired

Fitness Tracker: Fitbit ALta HR
Headphones: OPPO PM-3
Multi-room Speaker: Sonos Play 5
Soundbar: Q Acoustics M3

TechRadar

Fitness Tracker: Moov Now
Headphones: Sennheiser Momentum Wireless
VR headset: HTC Vive
Gaming Console: PS4 Pro

Conclusion

Each listed tech gadget is considered the best available option on the market. There is a consensus among several products. Use this list to help you choose the option and features that meet your needs now.

Adrian Rubin edits for the New York Daily Herald and the Pittsburgh Gazette while writing for newspapers across America. His recreational activities include travel, photography, and volunteering at an animal shelter.