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HolidayBuyer's Guide

Crosley CR8015 Distiller

Polaroid Socialmatic

Retro router

Jensen JTA-420 turntable

Ion Bluetooth adapter

Crosley Songbird

Goldyip RA 200

Ion Duo Deck

Crosley's 3027 Tuner

Ion Archive

Boombox speaker

Ion's Pure LP

Crosley's 8016 Messenger

Tesslor R301

At CES each year we see all manner of new tech products that are built with retro style. Here's a collection of new gadgets that lean on vintage aesthetics.

Meet the CR8015 Distiller speaker from Crosley.
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Polaroid said at CES that it will turn the Socialmatic concept camera into a real product in 2014, so your social-media images can also be instant prints in the real world.
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The new Linksys WRT1900AC resembles the design of the good old WRT54G that came out more than a decade ago.
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This is the Jensen JTA-420 turntable with built-in speakers. You can use this to transfer your old LPs to digital formats.
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Have an old car with a tape deck but want to listen to your music off an iPod or phone while driving? This little baby from Ion is a Bluetooth adapter in the form of an audio tape you stick right in your deck.
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Crosley's Songbird.
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Goldyip RA 200.
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The Ion Duo Deck is a portable conversion turntable with a cassette deck too. Yes, it's true, the coolest kids these days are listening to tapes again.
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Juke Box anyone?
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Crosley's 3027 Tuner in mint green.
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The Archive from Ion not only converts records to digital files and feeds directly into your computer, but it also has pretty wood and built in speakers.
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Though at first glance this looks like a boombox from the '80s, it is actually just a handled Bluetooth speaker with a printed facade.
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Ion's Pure LP model connects directly to your Mac or PC and converts your record collection to digital files.
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Crosley's 8016 Messenger
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Does anyone still listen to the radio? We are still seeing cute little radios like these at CES every year, so someone must be!
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The Tesslor R301 looks as pretty as Grandmom's old radio.
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Kaito's booth featured a number of little retro-style gadgets.
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The Crosley 8008 Soundbomb.
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