From $999 headphones to $20 earbuds that match your skin tone: Here are the best smartphone accessories unveiled at CES 2022

  • The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) is in person again and allowing companies to showcase their new headphones and earbuds
  • Several new technologies are game-changers in the industry
  • A $999 pair made of leather may be the most expensive on the market
  • There are earbuds that match your skin tone and another headphone that describes itself as 'invisible'

While robots and electric vehicles take the spotlight at this year's Consumer Electronics Show, there is another class of technology that also deserves some of the limelight - smartphone headphones and earbuds.

This year's tech conference is packed with new technologies to improve your listening experience while on the go, at the gym or even in the office.

Luxury audio brand Mark Levinson launched its first pair of headphones that boast noise-canceling, a leather-padded headband and a $999 price tag - making them possibly the most expensive pair on the market.

Other devices featured at CES are earbuds that match your skin tone, 'invisible' headphones and a bone-conduction pair specifically made for runners.

Luxury audio brand Mark Levinson launched its first pair over headphones that boast noise-canceling, a leather-padded headband and a $999 price tag - making them possibly the most expensive pair on the market

Luxury audio brand Mark Levinson launched its first pair over headphones that boast noise-canceling, a leather-padded headband and a $999 price tag - making them possibly the most expensive pair on the market

CES, which is being held in Las Vegas, is expected to host more than 50,000 people and 2,200 exhibitors, but is also closing its doors a day early due to coronavirus cases spiking around the US.

The event officially starts today and will run until January 7, and DailyMail.com has gathered details on some of the best headphones and earbuds.

Mark Levinson debuts over-the-ear headphones that cost $999

Starting off with the Mark Levinson headphones called No. 5909, which come with a $999 price tag.

These over-the-ear headphones feature an anodized aluminum frame and leather ear cushions for peak comfort.

These over-the-ear headphones feature an anodized aluminum frame and leather ear cushions for peak comfort. And inside the earpieces are 40mm beryllium drivers, which Mark Levinson says will deliver 'reference-quality sound'

These over-the-ear headphones feature an anodized aluminum frame and leather ear cushions for peak comfort. And inside the earpieces are 40mm beryllium drivers, which Mark Levinson says will deliver 'reference-quality sound'

And inside the earpieces are 40mm beryllium drivers, which Mark Levinson says will deliver 'reference-quality sound'.

No. 5909 also has three different noise-canceling levels, along with an Ambient Aware mode that allows some sound in from the surrounding environment.

When fully charged, the headphones get 34 hours of battery life with the active noise-canceling off, and 30 hours when it is on.

Users can get six hours of power with just a 15-minute charge.

JLab showcases its new $20 earbuds that match nearly every skin tone 

JLab unveiled its new Go Air Tones that features a collection of seven Pantone colors that are 'flattering for people across a spectrum of skin tones.'

And inside the earpieces are 40mm beryllium drivers, which Mark Levinson says will deliver 'reference-quality sound'

And inside the earpieces are 40mm beryllium drivers, which Mark Levinson says will deliver 'reference-quality sound'

GO Air Tones features eight hours of playtime in each earbud and 24 extra hours from the charging case. And the charging case is smaller than a credit card

These earbuds also include touch control functions for volume, play/pause, answering calls and activating your phone's smart assistant

These earbuds also include touch control functions for volume, play/pause, answering calls and activating your phone's smart assistant

And unlike the No. 5909, the Go Air Tones cost just $20.

GO Air Tones features eight hours of playtime in each earbud and 24 extra hours from the charging case, which is smaller than a credit card.

These earbuds also include touch control functions for volume, play/pause, answering calls and activating your phone's smart assistant.

Noveto unveils its 'invisible' headphones that beam sound only the user can hear 

Noveto unveiled its latest innovation at CES, but it is not the typical headphones - this one is 'invisible.'

Called N1, this system is a smart speaker with built-in Alexa smart assistant and proprietary Smart Beaming technology, providing personal and immersive 3D binaural sound without headphones.

Noveto also unveiled its latest innovation at CES, but is not the typical headphones - this one is 'invisible.' Called N1, this system is a smart speaker with built-in Alexa smart assistant and proprietary Smart Beaming technology

Noveto also unveiled its latest innovation at CES, but is not the typical headphones - this one is 'invisible.' Called N1, this system is a smart speaker with built-in Alexa smart assistant and proprietary Smart Beaming technology

The sound bar sits close to the user, allowing only them to hear what is being played. This is done through Noveto's Smart Beaming technology that transmits ultrasound silently through the air, converging in small audible pockets outside the listener's ears

The sound bar sits close to the user, allowing only them to hear what is being played. This is done through Noveto's Smart Beaming technology that transmits ultrasound silently through the air, converging in small audible pockets outside the listener's ears

The sound bar sits close to the user, allowing only them to hear what is being played.

This is done through Noveto's Smart Beaming technology that transmits ultrasound silently through the air, converging in small audible pockets outside the listener's ears.

N1 also features smart facial tracking to follower the user's head, ensuring they are the only ones who can hear the immersive 3D stereo.

Shokz new $176 bone-conduction headphones provide runners with the ultimate comfort  

Shokz, formerly Aftershokz, focuses on open-ear listening and patented bone conduction earphone technology and its latest headphones made their debut at CES.

The OpenRun Pro bone-conduction headphones were designed with runners in mind that only needs a quick 10-minut charge to get 1.5 hours of battery power

The OpenRun Pro bone-conduction headphones were designed with runners in mind that only needs a quick 10-minut charge to get 1.5 hours of battery power

Shokz bone-conduction headphones generate mini vibrations that travel through the cheekbones of the wearer, from transducers placed in front of the ears

Shokz bone-conduction headphones generate mini vibrations that travel through the cheekbones of the wearer, from transducers placed in front of the ears

The OpenRun Pro bone-conduction headphones were designed with runners in mind that only needs a quick 10-minut charge to get 1.5 hours of battery power.

Shokz bone-conduction headphones generate mini vibrations that travel through the cheekbones of the wearer, from transducers placed in front of the ears.

The vibrations go directly to the inner ears and bypass the eardrums. Surrounding noise such as traffic, pedestrians, cyclists and runners can be heard as normal, whilst allowing the wearer to listen to music and calls while taking part in sport.

OpenRun costs $176.45 and is available for purchase.

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From $1,000 headphones to $20 earbuds that match your skin tone: Best smartphone accessories at CES

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