Top 5 gadgets you need to Use

1. Lenovo Yoga Book C930
 Most smartphones ditched physical keyboards ages ago, but when it comes to laptops, most people would rather wrestle naked with a porcupine than give up their typing buttons. But with its second-gen Yoga Book, Lenovo has given the world the best showcase for a lack of a keyboard doesn’t have to be that scary. Not only is the Yoga Book C930 a much more capable laptop replacement than its predecessor, thanks to the e-ink screen where its keyboard would normally be, but you can also use Yoga Book as an e-reader or a sketch pad, even when the main display is off. If dual screen laptops really are on their way, the Yoga Book C930 is our best peek into the future yet.

2. LG Signature OLED TV R9
This television isn't tiny; it's just rolled up. LG showed off its new, disappearing OLED TV, with a screen that can stretch to 65 inches and then roll into a compact box, at CES, setting a launch date for the second half of 2019. There's no price yet, but you'll get a 4K HDR Smart TV-watching experience like none before it, with Google Assistant and Alexa. That, plus a decluttered view.

3. Xbox Adaptive Controller
Gamers with disabilities have few options in terms of accessible games, which makes Microsoft’s Xbox Adaptive Controller a huge boon for those unable to play using traditional means. The oversized and adaptable gamepad, which works with Xbox One and Windows 10 devices, is equipped with a pair of gigantic buttons, 19 3.5mm ports for external inputs like joysticks, and mounting holes for attaching it to accessories like stands or wheelchairs.

Magic Wand
After a 2002 episode of Sex and the City revealed the electric neck massager’s cultish adoption as a vibrator, Hitachi dropped its brand from the device. But only in name: the Magic Wand—in service since the late-1960s—likely remains the best-known product stateside made by the $33.5 billion Japanese company. (Hitachi makes everything from aircraft engines to defense equipment, but perhaps nothing as personally stimulating.) Though sex therapists and fans have extolled the Wand’s virtues by analogizing it to cars (the Cadillac, the Rolls Royce), it more closely resembles a microphone, with a white plastic shaft—the wand—and a vibrating head—presumably, the magic.

5. HTC Vive Pro VR Headset
For a lot of us, VR hasn't yet infiltrated our lives. But if you're already plugged into the virtual reality gaming world, HTC's Vive Pro headset just might be the best experience your money can buy. The graphics are spectacular, and it tracks even your slightest movement. It's comfy, too.