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2) Best Breast Pump: Willow Generation 3 The third generation of Willow's wearable breast pump features a new range of pump sensitivity settings as well as "smart suction" technology that delivers 20 percent more milk output than previous iterations. Available in spring 2020, the latest and greatest version of this hands-free pump continues to be a game-changer for breastfeeding women. Date available: Spring 2020 Willow

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3) Best New TV: Samsung Sero If you're addicted to watching videos on your phone, Samsung's new Sero TV will allow you to enjoy that same vertical viewing experienceright on your wall. The Sero, which will start shipping later in 2020, can pivot between vertical and horizontal orientation and seamlessly connects with your phone for streaming. Editor's tip: The vertical option is clutch for watching videos filmed on your phone. Date available: Later in 2020 Samsung

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4) Best Toothbrush: Oral-B iO Six years of research yielded the most "revolutionary technology" in Oral-B's historya brush that uses a magnetic drive paired with "oscillating and rotating cleaning motions with micro-vibrations" to give your teeth that just-went-to-the-denist feel. Available in August 2020, it also pairs with an app to coach you through a two-minute brushing routine complete with 3D teeth tracking to make sure you never miss a spot. Users experienced 100 percent healthier gums within a week and six times more plaque removal along the gumline. Date available: August 2020 Oral B

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5) Best New Smart Frame: Lenovo Smart Frame I've never purchased a smart frame because most of them look a little too much like a traditional tablet for my taste. But this version from Lenovo features a a matte screen finish and anti-glare layer, as well as a color tone sensor that adjusts the image brightness so that it matches the ambiance in the room. Plus, if you want to splurge (each frame starts at $399, and they'll be available in August 2020), you can even split one stunning horizontal image across a triptych of frames. This smart frame will change the way you display art and photos in a big way. Date available: August 2020 Lenovo

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6) Best New Laptop: Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Fold A computer that...folds in half? Believe it. That's what you've got with Lenovo's new ThinkPad X1 Fold. You can fold this innovative tablet in half, displaying content on one or both sides of the screen, or even hook it up to a keyboard to use it more like a laptop if you please. Sign me up for this funky screen ASAP, please. Date available: Mid-2020 Lenovo

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7) Best New Food Product: Impossible Pork Yep, the folks behind the Impossible Burger are back with new Impossible Pork and Sausage products. I tasted the pork and liked the flavor and texture (which tastes exactly like ground pork from a pig) even better than Impossible's original ground beef substitute. Look out for this vegan-friendly option in restaurants near you soon. Date available: TBD Impossible

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8) Best New Gaming Technology: Alienware Concept UFO If you were addicted to your GameBoy as a kid, you'll be blown away by how far handheld gaming technology has come. Actress Aisha Tyler helped Dell debut their new Alienware Concept UFO at CES, showing off the 8-inch tablet with detachable controllers on each side. While this is just a prototype for now, the buzz is real in the gaming world. Date available: TBD Jerod Harris - Getty Images

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9) Best New Pet Technology: WhistleFit This pet tracker does so much more than monitor your pooch's steps (you know Fido is sleeping all day anyway). The smart collar, which will be available for $79.95 starting January 21st, 2020, also monitors licking and scratching activity to help owners nip potentially problematic habits in the bud. It offers advice on how much to feed your doggie based on their daily movement, too. This tracker will make you a better dog mom100 percent guaranteed. Date available: January 21, 2020 Tri Nguyen

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10) Best New Refrigerator: LG InstaViewTM Door-in-Door Refrigerators LG unveiled its new updated InstaView Door-in-Door refrigerator at CES this year, and it's here to make your kitchen coolerliterally. This version features a new slow-melting Craft Ice dispenser (the ice is round and looks insanely cool in cocktails, FYI!). It also features CoolGuard stainless steel panels which helps extend the life of fruits and veggies by regulating cooling. Date available: Now LG

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11) Best New Water Sports Technology: Sublue MixPro Underwater Scooter Sublue makes a range of underwater scooters (think: motorized devices to help you scuba dive, snorkel, or swim with more speed), but the new Mix Pro is the smallest double propeller underwater scooter on the market. The battery lasts 60 minutes and it allows you to glide through H2O at 1.8 meters per second. Translation: The MixPro is here to make your next beach vacation 10 times more fun. Date available: Soon Sublue

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12) Most Innovative New Treadmill: Huami Amazfit HomeStudio Huami is a Chinese company best-known for their smartwatches, but now they're expanding their reach with the Huami Amazfit HomeStudio. Your eyes are not deceiving youthe HomeStudio's treadmill is totally open at the front, and is designed to pair with the Glassa 43-inch HD screen. The Glass contains a camera that can analyze your movements, and also offers non-treadmill based yoga and sculpting classes via subscription. Date available: TBD Huami

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13) Best New Rowing Technology: Ergatta Say hello to the chicest rowing machine you've ever seen: Ergatta's sleek design will fit in seamlessly with your furniture. Rather than instructor-based workouts, it offers fun game-ified sweat sessions and personalized challenges you can select on screen. Retailing for $1,999, it's a full-body at-home workout designed to satisfy your inner competitive spirit. Date available: March 2020 Ergatta

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14) Best New Running Tech: Nurvv Prepare to revolutionize your running game. Nurvv's insoleswith 32 precision sensorsanalyze your gait and pair with an app to provide you with detailed performance analysis on everything from your pronation to your stride length (price: $299.95). All that data is put to use to craft personalized workouts to help you hit your goals. Date available: Now: Nurvv

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15) Best Smart Home Technology: Google Assistant "Hey Google, can you manage my entire life?" Honestly, you're not far off with the new Google Assistant features that debuted at CES. You can ask Google to leave messages for the rest of your family, program it to remember essential phone numbers, or even remind it to start your coffee machine at a certain time. Yep, Google just became an even more essential part of your routine. Date available: Later in 2020. Google

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16) Best New Wearable Camera Tech: HERO8 Black Media Mod and Display Mod GoPro is tricking out its Hero8 Black with all new accessories this year. The Media Mod (which you can preorder now) features a built-in mic, lighting mounts, and an HDMI out port for easy plack back. The Light Mod (available now) lets you illuminate the scenery around you with four levels of brightness. Your action videos just got that much more Instagramable. Date available: Light Mod is available now; Media Mod is available for pre-order, shipping January, 27, 2020. GoPro

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17) Best Sustainable Packaging: Tom's Open-Source Recyclable Tubes Tom's is pioneering sustainability in the toothpaste industry. They first debuted a new recyclable toothpaste tube in 2019 and plan to roll out the packaging across all full-size tubes by the end of 2020. The best part: They're making the design open-source in hopes that all their competitors will hop on this green train. Date available: Now and rolling out across more brands in 2020 Tom's

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18) Most Innovative New Shoe: ASICS Smart Shoe ASICS presented a prototype for a new smart shoe at CES this year, demo'ing the technology in their EVORIDE running shoes (the real deal will launch sometime in 2020). The shoe will contain a sensor that can track stats like kick strength and stability, and provide real time feedback and actionable tips to improve your stride. If you've got your sights set on a new PR in 2020, the ASICS smart shoe could help get you there. Date available: 2020 ASICS

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19) Best New Meal Prep Tech: Samsung Next's Whisk Smart food platform Whisk helps you meal prep like a true pro with technology that factors in your personal preferences, go-to recipes, and your location to make recommendations for what to whip up in the kitchen. At CES, demos showed Whisk pairing with Samsung's Family Hub refrigerator's ViewInside camera to curate recipes based on ingredients you already have in on hand. Mind. Blown. Date available: Spring 2020 Samsung

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20) Most Innovative New Headphones: TCL ACTV200BT I've tried a lot of headphones in my life, but this tech is next level: These groundbreaking new headphones from TCL let you monitor your heart-rate while they pump out your tunes thanks to ActivHearts heart rate sensing technology embedded in the right earbud. It's compatible with Apple HealthKit and a wide range of other apps that can help you track your metrics. Date available: Spring 2020 TCL