The A-List: Your Weekly Tech Guide To The Coolest Gadgets And Accessories
Smartphones, cameras, and more make it to this week’s list of coolest gadgets you should get your hands on
Sennheiser CX Plus: This is probably the best TWS Bluetooth earbuds you can buy under Rs 15,000. The successor to the CX400BT that launched in India in 2020, the CX Plus make multiple improvements including a more comfortable design. The other enhancement is Active Noise Cancellation (ANC) that is quite effective even in noisy environments. While the CX Plus also features a 7mm driver like its predecessor, Sennheiser has added a True Response transducer to this dynamic driver. Sennheiser says that this bespoke acoustic system delivers high-fidelity stereo sound with deep basses, natural mids and clear, detailed treble. Order it on the Sennheiser India webite for Rs 12,999.
Panasonic LUMIX GH6: This is the latest flagship from Panasonic to join the LUMIX G Series. This stunning digital mirrorless camera is crafted with a magnesium alloy, making it rugged and portable. The talking point of the Lumix GH6 is the new 25.2-megapixel Live MOS Sensor. It boasts a high-resolution, high-speed signal readout, and a wide dynamic range running on the Venus Engine that allows faster rendering of high-resolution images. Autofocus gets a boost by utilizing the new sensor and image-processing engine. It is available on the Panasonic India website for Rs 2,34,990.
Moto g22: Motorola’s newest g series device features a 6.5″ Max Vision display with a 90Hz refresh rate; it’s also one of the first smartphones to debut in India with a MediaTek Herlio G37 processor. The camera package is quite impressive for this price tag. It’s headlined by a 50MP primary lens with Quad Pixel technology; Motorola claims this offers 4x better lowlight sensitivity. The device comes with Android 12 out of the box. There’s a 5000 mAh battery under the hood that is backed by a 20W TurboPower charger in the box. Buy it for Rs 10,999 on Flipkart.
BenQ X3000i: This 4K smart projector with Android out of the box first debuted at CES 2022. The BenQ X3000i projector boasts of a native 4K (3840×2160 pixels) picture quality at 60Hz refresh rate and 16ms response time, with support for HDR10 and HLG support, and a contrast ratio of 50,00,000:1. While colours are quite brilliant, it’s the input lag that gamers will really appreciate. The projector supports a refresh rate of 240Hz at 1080p resolution with 4ms response time. The projector gets in-built 10W BenQ treVolo speakers with Bongiovi Digital Power Station (DPS) algorithm for real-time sound optimisation. It’s available on the BenQ India website for Rs 4,00,000.