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LG OLEDE7P 65-inch OLED television

Acer Predator 21x

Sony XBR-A1E series 65-inch OLED television

Sony Glass Speaker

Bowers & Wilkins P9 Signature

Kindle Oasis (2017)

Beyerdynamic Xelento Wireless

Focal Utopia and Elear headphones

Bowers & Wilkins 805 D3 speakers

Bang & Olufsen BeoVision Sound Shape


Lenovo Thinkpad X1 Yoga

HP Omen X Desktop

GoPro Hero 6 Black

Dell XPS 27

Sony Cyber-shot DSC-RX100 V

Canon EOS 5D Mark IV

Microsoft Surface Studio

DJI Phantom 4 Pro

MSI GT83VR Titan SLI-12

Samsung The Frame UN55LS003AF

LG W7 wallpaper OLED TV 2017 CES-01-2

The LG E7 OLED TV has a beautiful thin panel with a picture-on-glass design that has the best picture we've ever tested. It may be expensive, but hey, if you're serious about your picture quality, you gotta go OLED. (If you don't care about the built-in sound bar, LG's C7 Series is the better deal).

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A 21-inch gaming laptop with a curved screen for a whole lot of dough? Seems a little over-the-top, but admit it, you want it.

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Sony's XBR-A1E series OLED television equals LG's OLED C7 and E7 for picture quality, but adds souped-up sound and costs a lot more. If you've got the dough, why not spend the extra grand? 

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Sony's Glass Sound Speaker is a wireless Bluetooth speaker that doubles as a lantern with a dimmable LED that mimics a flame. It's rather pricey, but it's also one of those products you want as soon as you see it.

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Bowers & Wilkins' flagship headphone, the P9 Signature, sounds great and is also very comfortable to wear. It comes with a few different cable options, with a Lightning cable for iPhone users on the way (the company will send it to you for no additional cost if you buy the headphone now). Sure, it costs a pretty penny, but you're worth it.

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Amazon has updated its high-end Kindle E-ink e-reader with a larger 7-inch screen, full waterproofing and a larger built-in battery. It's as sweet as it gets, as e-readers go. Alas, a protective case is no longer included, but the price has dropped a bit. 

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Beyerdynamic's Xelento Wireless is the world's most expensive in-ear Bluetooth headphone. It's a lot to pay for a Bluetooth headphone, but it's undeniably nice.

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CNET's resident Audiophiliac Steve Guttenberg thinks Focal's Utopia headphone (on left in photo) is one of the best in the world. "Sure, it's expensive, but the Focal Utopia redefines what it means to be an audiophile headphone in 2016," Guttenberg wrote.

The step-down Elear (on right in photo) is another worthy option.

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Bowers and Wilkins has your high-end audio lust covered with its beautiful 805 D3 speaker set, which will set you back several thousands (stands not included).

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Bang & Olufsen's BeoVision Sound Shape is a wall-mounted modular wireless speaker system that can be custom designed to create different patterns on your wall. You can choose among various colors and fabrics for the tiles, which house everything from an amp to a speaker to just an empty case. 

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Ember is a high-tech smart coffee mug that keeps your coffee or tea at the perfect temperature for up to two hours on the go or or all day when used with the charging coaster. You can control temps from the mug or from a companion app for iOS and Android.

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If you've been itching to get a top-of-the-line hybrid laptop/tablet, look no farther than the ThinkPad X1 Yoga. It takes Lenovo's best hybrid and adds a stunning OLED display.

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HP is taking its Omen gaming brand very seriously, breaking out new, higher-end products as Omen X. The flagship is the Omen X Desktop, which is built into a giant black metal cube, complete with multicolored lights. Like many newer gaming rigs, this one is VR-ready.

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GoPro's flagship action cam has steadier 4K video and impressive slow-motion video. 

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The update to the computer we praised in 2014 as "almost everything you could want in an all-in-one" gets an overhaul for 2017. Most notably, this year's XPS 27 (model 7760) Windows 10  PC boasts the most sophisticated audio system built into a PC and a UHD 4K display with a broad color gamut, making it a great home entertainment system or compact-footprint choice for audio editing.

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Sure, you can shoot photos and videos with your phone, but if you want superior results, a high-end point-and-shoot model is in order, and Sony's RX100 V, the company's latest enthusiast point-and-shoot is certainly tempting.

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If you've secretly harbored a desire to be a professional photographer, you can at least look the part with Canon's new EOS 5D Mark IV. Upgrades over its predecessor include a new sensor (with updated autofocus) and an updated metering system, 4K and HDR video and built-in GPS. 

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The Microsoft Surface Studio is a 28-inch all-in-one Windows PC, with a screen that folds all the way down to a low drafting table angle of 20 degrees. Its better-than-4K 4,500x3,000-pixel resolution touchscreen can display a very wide color range (Adobe sRGB or P3 color spaces). It works with the same Surface Pen that came with last year's Surface Pro 4 and Surface Book, but the optional wireless knob input device -- dubbed Surface Dial -- is what really makes the Surface Studio feel different.

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The Phantom 4 Pro is DJI's highest-end consumer drone. 

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This 18-inch gaming laptop has a true mechanical keyboard and dual graphics cards. It's portable -- but barely. 

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It looks like a picture frame, complete with digital still art, but Samsung The Frame is actually a TV. If you're an art lover, maybe that's not such an extravagance.

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The LG W7 series TV strips television's form to the bare minimum but still delivers the world-beating picture quality of OLED.

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