Wednesday’s round-up of news from the 2023 Consumer Electronics Show

There are a flood of announcements from this week’s Consumer Electronics Show. Here’s a round-up:

° HYPER  has announced its new solutions lineup. It includes an award-winning backpack with an Apple Find My-compatible location module, sustainable docking solutions made from recycled materials, a powerful USB4 8 Port Docking Station, and a MacBook Wireless Charging Concept Dock that can charge a MacBook wirelessly at full speed.

° ALOGIC announced the availability of its new collection of high-performing portable 100W and 30W Car Chargers and 67W multi-country GaN Wall Chargers for Mobile, Tablet and Laptop. The variants available in portable design, wide compatibility and interchangeable plugs, offer charging solutions ideal to power-up multiple devices while on-the-go or in hybrid work set-up.

° Dell has announced a 6K monitor that competes with Apple’s own Pro Display XDR. Pricing hasn’t been announced, but it’s due in the first half of 2023.

° OtterBox announced its  latest case innovation with OtterGrip Symmetry Series for MagSafe. This new case boasts a built-in grip and MagSafe compatibility.

° Withings has announced the U-Scan, which attaches to a toilet bowl and collects urine for home urine screening. Withings says that urine screening can provide an immediate snapshot of the body’s balance, and provide useful monitoring and detecting of a “large variety of health information.” It works with Withings iPhone app.

° Zens has released the following products for pre-order (they should ship before the end of the month): The 4-in-1 Charging Station for iPad, iPhone, AirPods, and Apple Watch comes in black for $179.99. The 4-in-1 MagSafe + Watch station costs $149.99 in black or white. The 2-in-1 MagSafe + Watch travel charger is $99.99 and comes in white.

° Catalyst announces its Essential Case for the second generation AirPods Pro.

° Scosche has announced a whole bunch of new charging products. 

° Invoxia announced an intelligent dog collar that can track and monitor a dog’s respiratory and heart vitals and activity to provide a 360-degree overview of its health, well-being, and location.

° Valencell announced plans to launch its own branded product line in the digital health sector as it concentrates efforts to bring solutions to market to manage chronic diseases. 

° Belkin renewed its environmental commitment with an updated product line.

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Dennis Sellers is the editor/publisher of Apple World Today. He’s been an “Apple journalist” since 1995 (starting with the first big Apple news site, MacCentral). He loves to read, run, play sports, and watch movies.