Xiaomi 12 Pro: Xiaomi’s all-new flagship features a gorgeous velvet matte finish that plays out particularly well in the Opera Mauve colour variant. The 12 Pro combines three 50MP lenses (all with night mode) that include the all-new Sony IMX 707 sensor (the primary lens). It’s powered by the zippy the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Generation 1 chipset and comes in two hardware variants – 8GB/256GB or 12GB/256GB. The 12 Pro is also a showcase for Xiaomi’s 120W HyperCharge, that takes the battery from 0 to 100% in 18 minutes flat. It’s the 6.73-inch 2K+ AMOLED display that has our attention. Available on Croma from Rs 62,999 onwards.
Fujitsu CH series: We’re fans of ultra-portable laptops, that’s one reason Fujitsu’s new laptop (weighs just 988 gm) is on our radar. The CH series notebooks are powered by an Intel Core i5-1135G7 Processor with 4 Cores and 8 Threads geared for multi-tasking. There’s a choice of OLED and IGZO displays that both deliver a battery life of above 10 hours. We also like the convenience of the dual-use HDMI input and output port. In output mode, you can connect it to a larger second display for efficient document creation; and in input mode, you can check out video games from a console on the vibrant 13.3-inch screen. Check it out on Amazon priced from Rs 70,138.
Garmin Vivomove Sport: Garmin’s new trendy, entry-level smartwatch is a happy mid-point between a smartwatch and a fashion watch. Garmin calls it ‘luxe comfort’, the Vívomove Sport features a silicone band and colour-coordinated watch dial in a choice of colour ways. This hybrid smartwatch features real ticking hands that move to reveal a hidden touchscreen display. It’s packed with a raft of wellness features including our favourite – Garmin’s Body Battery energy monitoring that shows the body’s current energy level that allows you to plan your workouts better, and also tells you when it’s time to slow down. Order it on Nykaa for Rs 18,990.
ASUS BR1100F: A rugged laptop designed for students, the BR1100F comes with a host of handy design elements. It’s a laptop one moment and can switch to tablet mode in an instant thanks to the 360-degree, any-position hinge. At its heart is an Intel Celeron N4500 processor – 1.1 GHz (4 MB Cache, up to 2.8 GHz, 2 cores) – that’s complemented by 4GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage (user upgradable up to 1TB). ASUS’ ‘garaged stylus’ is one of the highlights; it’s great to take notes or mark-up documents and charges insanely quick – a 15-second top-up gives you enough juice for 45 minutes. Check it out on the ASUS India website for Rs 24,999 onwards.