The Best and Brightest Tech Innovations, Starting at $100

6 must-haves, including an amazing AI robot and the smallest Xbox ever.


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FINsix Dart

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This ultra-tiny charger works with just about any laptop because it comes with an assortment of interchangeable tips. And thanks to the USB port, it can simultaneously rejuice a phone. Finsix.com, $100



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Cozmo by Anki

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Artificial intelligence is the real deal with Cozmo—an adorable little robot that seems like something you’d see in a movie. Thanks to state-of-the-art AI, the more he’s played with, the more his personality evolves. After you download the free app, he’s ready to roll. He even has a clever hashtag (#Cozmo) for social media shares. Anki.com, $180


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9.7-inch iPad Pro

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Light, sleek and especially pretty in Rose Gold. The embedded Apple SIM card means you can sign up for a data plan right from the device, plus it has a top-quality camera and True Tone flash to improve shots in low-light conditions. Apple.com, from $599



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Dell Inspiron 11 3000 Series 2-in-1

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A brand-new computer for less than $300 isn’t a pipe dream. Dell’s colorful cutie boasts a speedy processor, plenty of plug-in ports and a keyboard that flips all the way around, turning it into a tablet. Handy! Dell.com, from $250



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Xbox One S

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Props to the Xbox One S, designed to be the most compact Xbox ever. High Dynamic Range support means noticeably richer colors and improved visual contrast for video games and movies (watch Blu-rays or stream in 4K Ultra HD). Choose from 500GB, 1TB and 2TB hard drives. Xbox.com, from $299



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Microsoft Surface Pro 4

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Think of it as a best-of-both-worlds laptop-tablet hybrid, with a generous 12.3-inch PixelSense display and up to nine hours of video-playback life. The included Surface Pen looks and feels like a fountain pen for an extra touch of class. Microsoft.com, from $899