28/09/2020

Most of CES’s flashy tech is months, maybe years, from hitting store shelves. Here are a few devices you can order now—and some extra deals we like.

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LynQ People CompassPhotograph: Amy Lombard
I tried a lot of backcountry satellite messengers, and the LynQ looks like one of the most affordable and versatile devices for people who are frequently off-grid. It doesn’t require a phone app or subscription; simply clip the carabiner to a strap and it will point you toward up to 12 people in your party. You can even leave one in the car.
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Photograph: Amy Lombard 
This Swedish electric bike and e-motorcycle manufacturer debuted the sa this year, a modular motorcycle with quick-release clamps so you can easily attach or remove accessories like cargo racks, a surfboard rack, or a passenger seat. It also comes in a moped version. To order, select your configuration on the website and find a retailer near you.
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Photograph: Amy Lombard
Not only are Unagi’s lightweight, portable, double-motor scooters getting faster, they’re also getting more colorful. Choose from three patterns or multiple of colors, which will be impregnated in a clear coat and wrapped around the deck, stem, and handlebar tubes.