Wild and wonderful tech from CES 2020 that you can shop right now!

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Now you can play Stranger Things, as a pinball machine. (Photo: Stern Pinball)

From robot chefs to a Keurig that makes cocktails, hundreds of innovative products were announced at CES 2020. While the conference mostly featured tech that won’t be on the market until later this year, there are a handful of items that are available for sale right now!

We rounded up the best (and weirdest) tech from the invite-only event you can pick up right now. Whether you’re an early adapter, a tech lover, or just want to get in on the ground floor of the next Apple or Samsung, this is the way to do it.

From smart yoga sensors to a wireless charging fanny pack, these are the coolest finds we spotted at CES 2020 that you can buy right now.

Yoganotch

Never get into a wrong yoga position again. (Photo: yoganotch)

Having trouble with your Downward Dog? Yoganotch to the rescue!

Yoganotch assists you with four clip-on sensors that go on your waist, legs and chest to make sure you’re holding your poses for the perfect amount of time for your body type. The sensors sync to your smartphone, where Yoganotch’s app and AI (artificial intelligence) record your body’s data to correct your form. Namaste!

Shop it: Yoganotch yoga sensors, $200, yoganotch.com

Ampere Side Pocket Wireless Charging Travel Fanny Pack

Charge your smartphone while carrying it around at the same time. (Photo: Ampere)

Fanny packs have made a serious come back since the ‘90s, though now they have major tech benefits, as well. Enter the Ampere Side Pocket Travel Fanny Pack, a handy little cross bag that features a built-in wireless charger for your smartphone. Now you’ll never run out of juice while you’re out-and-about or traveling.

Shop it: Ampere Side Pocket Wireless Charging Travel Fanny Pack, $120 (was $130), ampere.shop

Senstroke

Drum like a master. (Photo: Senstroke)

Ever wanted a drum set, but your apartment’s just way too small?

Well, Senstroke makes it possible to turn just about anything into a drum kit in your home. The Ultimate Senstroke Box comes with four Senstroke sensors, two drum sticks and three 11-inch pads to get you started. Just connect the sensors to your smartphone or tablet via the Senstroke app and slide a sensor on each drum stick (and one on each of your feet) and start drumming! The app calibrates what’s around you, while you designate objects to any drum kit piece. Now a pillow can be a cymbal and a book can be a snare drum.

Shop it: Ultimate Senstroke Box, $280, senstroke.com

Unagi Scooter Model One

Enjoy the freedom of a scooter. (Photo: UNAGI)

Unagi made a stunning battery-powered scooter that comes with a 500-watt battery and weighs about 26 pounds. The Scooter Model One is great for anyone who lives in a big city and —either doesn’t have a car —or want to deal with traffic. It can go up to 19 miles an hour, so whether you use it between the office and home, or just on a trip to a pal’s house, you won’t miss out on a car at all.

Shop it: Unagi Scooter Model One, $990, unagiscooters.com

Organicore Apple iPhone 11 Case

Made from 100 percent compostable materials. (Photo: Incipio)

While the Organicore Apple iPhone 11 case might look like any other smartphone case, it’s far from it. Most cases are made from plastic, rubber and vinyl, but this one from Organicore is made entirely from plant-based and compostable materials. Even its packaging is recyclable and made with water-based inks.

Shop it: Organicore for Apple iPhone 11, $40, incipio.com

Skagen Smartwatch Falster 3

Watch out Apple Watch, Google Watch OS might just have your number. (Photo: Skagen)

If you’re an Android user and want to get your hands on a smartwatch that’s compatible with your phone, you’re in luck. The Skagen Smartwatch Falster 3 is a sleek and stylish watch that doesn’t sacrifice good looks for function. It has both!

This 42mm model features an impressive display, plenty of memory (1GB, to be exact) and a speedy processor. It comes with all the bells and whistles you’d come to expect from a reliable smartwatch, including GPS tracking, an NFC chip so you can use it for payments, and a premium heart rate monitor. It might even give the Apple Watch a run for its money.

Shop it: Skagen Smartwatch Falster 3, $295, skagen.com

Drinkworks Home Bar

Now you can make bar-quality cocktails at home with ease. (Photo: Amazon)

After conquering coffee and soda, Keurig is now serving up cocktails. The Drinkworks Home Bar by Keurig fits on your countertop and makes single-serve cocktails on-demand with a single push of a button. This beauty can make Moscow mules, cosmopolitans, Long Island iced teas and so much more. If you can push a button, you can make a great mai tai!

Shop it: Drinkworks Home Bar by Keurig, $300, amazon.com

Stern Pinball Stranger Things

Now you can play Stranger Things, as a pinball machine. (Photo: Stern Pinball)

Stranger Things has been a massive hit for Netflix since it premiered in 2016. Now you can take Eleven, Mike, Dustin, and Lucas in adventure to search for Will in this new pinball machine from Stern. While pinball is a game of the past, this Stranger Things machine has a few modern updates up its sleeve like a state-of-the-art video projection on the game board itself. Fight the Demogorgon and go on a trip to the Upside Down, all while listening to a “killer” ‘80s synth soundtrack.

Shop it: Stern Pinball Stranger Things, starting at $6,099, sternpinball.com

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