Your weekly tech guide to the coolest gadgets and accessories Amazon Echo Show 10 The design language borders on quirky – a tab mounted on a smart speaker, but it’s super functional. Colours are vivid on the large 10.1-inch display (1280 x 800 pixels), we also approve of the adaptive brightness feature. With two 1-inch, […]
Your weekly tech guide to the coolest gadgets and accessories
Amazon Echo Show 10
The design language borders on quirky – a tab mounted on a smart speaker, but it’s super functional. Colours are vivid on the large 10.1-inch display (1280 x 800 pixels), we also approve of the adaptive brightness feature. With two 1-inch, front-firing tweeters and a 3-inch woofer, the Echo Show 10 delivers incredible audio and can double up as a party accessory. Aside from Alexa’s improved skills and growing intelligence, the Echo Show’s coolest trick is how it keeps up with you with AI- controlled swivel movements up to 350 degrees.
Samsung Galaxy F22
The battle for the smartphone display has now come to the budget segment. Samsung has pitched the F22 as one of the cheapest smartphones you can grab with a Super AMOLED HD+ display and a 90Hz refresh rate. Colours are quite vibrant and gaming is quite smooth on this 6.4-inch display (720 x 1600 pixels). This display is backed by 6000 mAh battery that Samsung claims can deliver 25 hours of video playback. The F22 is kitted with a 13MP Selfie cam and a rear quad cam that’s driven by a 48MP primary lens.
OnePlus Watch Cobalt Limited Edition
Comes hot on the heels of the original OnePlus Watch. This limited edition is crafted from cobalt alloy, a special hypoallergenic material that is twice as hard and more corrosion resistant than traditional stainless steel. It features a unique watch face with specially treated sapphire glass for exceptional scratch resistance Colours are brilliant on the 1.39-inch AMOLED display (454 x 454 pixels / 326 PPI). From sleep tracking to SpO2 tracking to heaps of workout modes, this wearable is loaded with fitness features. It’s 5ATM IPS68 certified – yes, this one’s pool proof.
Huawei Band 6
The major trade-off with an activity tracker (vs. a smartwatch) is the display size. Not with Huawei’s new wearable. This smart band comes with a 1.47-inch AMOLED FullView display (194 x 368 pixels / 282 PPI) with great visibility even under direct sunlight. Thanks to Huawei’s new smart power-saving algorithm, the Band 6 supports All Day SpO2 monitoring to keep a constant tab on your oxygen saturation levels. The band also provides continuous, real-time, and accurate heart rate, sleep and stress monitoring. And then there’s the 14-day battery life with fast charging – a five minute charge gives you two days of battery life.