Amazfit Pop 2: Amazfit’s new affordable wearable is riding mainly on its large display and elegant design (available in black and pink). You get great visibility even under bright sunlight with the 1.78-inch AMOLED display. You can customise your style with a choice of over 150 watch faces. It offers Bluetooth calling and 24-hour health monitoring. You can choose from 100 different sports modes to track your workouts; an IP68 rating allows you to plunge into the pool with this smartwatch, while the 10-day battery life is another win. (Buy it on Flipkart – Rs 3,299)
Nothing Ear Stick: Nothing’s newest TWS Bluetooth earbuds break the clutter with a unique design language. It all starts with the funky, cylindrical charging case, one that looks more like a fashion statement than a gadget. The case slips into your tightest jeans while the buds fit snugly in your ears. They’re incredibly easy to pair, especially with an Android smartphone. We like the soundstage of these buds. Nothing has packed the Stick with 12.6mm custom dynamic drivers and they don’t jar even at high volumes. Battery life is solid – 7 hours for the buds and 29 hours with the case. The buds also charge in quick time – a 10-minute charge gives you 2 hours of playback (Order it on Flipkart – Rs 8,499).
Moto e22s: a side-mounted fingerprint sensor is one of our favourite, practical touches in the Motorola’s new budget smartphone that doesn’t cut too many corners. A 90Hz refresh rate keeps things smooth on the 6.5-inch IPS LCD display while the IP53 water-repellent design protects your phone from spills and splashes. The large display is backed with a 5000mAh
battery under the hood. The device is powered by a MediaTek Helio G37 octa-core processor with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage. The e22s supports expandable storage (microSD) up to 1 TB and runs on Android 12. (Check it out on Flipkart – Rs 8,999).
Okoye Special Edition FireCuda External Hard Drive: part of Seagate’s four special edition drives that pay homage to T’Challa aka Black Panther, the King of Wakanda. These drives feature unique designs inspired by the stories and characters of Marvel Studios’ Black Panther and drop on Amazon and Flipkart on November 30. With up to 2TB of capacity, the FireCuda external HDDs are compatible with PC, Mac, PlayStation, and Xbox. We totally dig the customisable RGB LED lighting feature that makes it a cool gaming accessory (Check it out on the Seagate India website – Rs 6,499)