ASUS Zenbook 14X OLED Space Edition: This one is for the space geeks, as this premium laptop celebrates 25 years of the MIR space mission. The unboxing experience mimics visuals from a spaceship, while the keyboard deck resembles a space capsule cockpit, and there’s a whole lot of Easter eggs. The laptop has an aluminium alloy design with a Zero-G titanium finish. The other cool touch is a customisable 3.5-inch OLED ZenVision display on the lid. The laptop is just 15.9 mm thin and weighs about 1.4 kg, impressive for a device with a 14-inch 2.8K, 90Hz OLED touchscreen. This Zenbook is powered by top-of-the-line 12th Gen Intel H series processors. Check it out on the ASUS India website, priced starting at Rs 1,14,990.
Amazfit GTR 2 (New version): This elegantly designed smartwatch is available with either a stainless steel or black aluminium alloy case. The vibrant, circular 1.39-inch AMOLED display with crafted 3D curved glass is the headline feature of this device; you can personalise the appearance with a choice of more than 50 watch faces. The wellness offering is built on Amazfit’s BioTracker 2 PPG optical sensor, that tracks your heart rate 24/7 and also supports OxygenBeatsto measure blood-oxygen saturation. The watch includes over 90 built-in sports modes and offers 3GB of storage for your music. Order it on Flipkart for Rs 11,999.
Xiaomi Pad 5: Productivity has been a challenge for most Android tabs due to the lack of a dedicated tablet version of Android. Xiaomi’s new tab offers a slew of features to overcome this challenge. First, there are the optional accessories that include Xiaomi’s Pad Keyboard and a Smart Pen. The key to this value proposition is MIUI for Pad, a user interface designed for the tab with multi-tasking capabilities that include split screens and floating windows. We also like the form factor; it’s less than 7mm thin and weighs just over 500 gm. The 10.95-inch WQHD+ with a 120Hz is just what you need for those Netflix marathons. Buy it on Amazon for Rs 26,999.
Nokia G21: There are two things that impressed us with the G21—it’s minimalist design and a stock Android experience. The back is textured; this doesn’t add a unique vibe but it also repels smudges. The G21 is part of the Android One platform that guarantees frequent OS and security updates. A Unisoc T606 processor is at the heart of this device that comes in a choice of 4GB/64GB and 6GB/128GB variants. The rear cam combines a 50MP primary lens, a 2MP depth sensor and 2MP macro cam. Check out the G21 at Reliance Digital; priced from Rs 12,999 onwards.