Sony’s latest Android TV — Sony BRAVIA X75, comes in two sizes — 43 and 50 inches. It’s quite light with minimal bezels and a resolution of 3840 x 2160 pixels, with a maximum refresh rate of 60Hz. This 4K Ultra HD LED display can support high dynamic range content in HDR10 and HLG formats. Sony’s X1 4K processor is at the heart of the X75, and uses advanced algorithms that cut noise and boost details. This results in better colour and contrasts with a movie experience that’s closer to 4K resolution. The BRAVIA X75 comes with Google Assistant and Chromecast baked in, and there’s also Sony’s X-Protection PRO technology that Sony claims protects the TV against power surges. Rs 59,990 onwards


Never lose a thing with Apple’s new Air Tags; even those keys that slip under your sofa. Each round AirTag is small and lightweight, features precision-etched polished stainless steel, and is IP67 water and dust-resistant; they connect instantly with your iPhone, just like AirPods. A built-in speaker plays sounds to help locate AirTag, while a removable cover makes it easy for users to replace the battery. You can assign AirTag to an item and name it with a default like “keys”, or “wallet”, or provide a custom name. Place your AirTag into a bag, choose from a wide range of Apple-designed AirTag accessories. Available on the Apple India website from Rs 3,190 onwards


Samsung’s first mid-segment 5G device, Samsung Galaxy M42 5G, is propelled by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 750G processor, and comes in a choice of two hardware options: 6GB/128GB and 8GB/128GB. The device’s Game Booster and Frame Booster option add to its speed credentials, offering a lag-free gaming experience. We dig the design language and the layered back that plays out particularly well in the Prism Dot Grey colour variant. The Quad Cam is driven by a 48MP ISOCELL GM2 sensor, and also offers an ultra-wide lens. Other highlights include a robust 5000 mAh battery and a vibrant 6.6-inch Super AMOLED Infinity-U display. Rs 21,999 onwards


Break the rules and turn back the clock with the Fujifilm Instax Mini 40, an instant cam that allows you to print your photos on the spot. The Mini 40 uses the ‘Contact Sheet’ mini format Instax film (that was launched along with the cam) featuring text in orange that adds a classical touch to a black frame. This cam features the popular ‘Automatic Exposure’ function; the camera automatically optimises the shutter speed, flash output, and other settings according to shooting scenarios, making it suitable for low light photography too. You can also activate ‘Selfie mode’ for taking selfies and close-up shots by pulling out the front edge of the camera’s lens after powering it on. Rs 8,499


Pro microphones don’t just belong in studios anymore. Whether you need pristine audio quality for a MS Teams call, or if you’re shooting an Insta Reel video, the CSUM 10 from JBL is worth checking out. You can simply plug your mic into your PC or Mac and start recording, without the hassle of installing drivers. This stylish dual capsule condenser USB microphone comes with convenient features like microphone gain knob and a mute button, while its adjustable design helps position the microphone according to your need for optimum sound recording and streaming. Available on Amazon for Rs 5,799


The OPPO A74 5G is one of the only 5G ready smartphones priced under Rs 20,000. OPPO finds the balance between a heavy duty 5,000 mAh battery and the perfect heft (just under 190 gm) despite sporting a large 6.5-inch FHD+ display (2400 x 1080 pixels / 405 PPI). This display also comes with a 90Hz refresh rate that adds fluidity to gaming and videos. The A74 5G is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon A480 processor that combines with 6GB of RAM and 128GB of internal memory. The triple rear cam is headlined by a 48MP primary lens. Rs 17,990


Mi’s new flagship device rides heavily on its pro-grade triple cam that combines a 50MP lens with a 48MP Sony IMX586 ultrawide lens and a 48MP Sony IMX586 periscope lens system with 5X optical zoom. It delivers sharp images even in low light conditions, and offers 8K recording across all three lenses. A 6.81-inch Super AMOLED Quad-curved display with a 120Hz refresh and a peak brightness of 1700 nits is the other highlight of the Mi 11 Ultra that’s propelled by the zippy Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 processor. Available on the Mi India website for Rs 69,999