Rounding up the latest gadgets from some of the popular brands.
Besides Samsung releasing its most affordable smartphone yet, Singaporean tech giant Razer is upgrading the gaming experience with some sleek, wireless headphones.
Heading outdoors? We reckon your next favourite device will be Bang & Olufsen’s adventure-bound Beosound Explore speakers. While you’re at it, be sure to capture all your memories with the new Nikon Z FC.
Read on for all the tech news you need to know this month.
(Hero and featured image credit: Nikon)
If you’re looking for a new smartphone, look no further: the Samsung Galaxy A22 5G is the most affordable smartphone yet, furnished with a versatile triple camera system, an immersive Infinity-V display, and a high speed 5G connectivity. Available in Gray, Mint and Violet, it even comes with an impresive 90Hz refresh rate and 5,000mAh battery that’s built for hours of game-play.
Leading gaming brand, Razer, has introduced its new line of headphones, the Razer Opus X, designed to create the most immersive experience for gamers alike. Crafted in three stunning colourways, the wireless headphones come with two crystal-clear built-in microphones and Active Noise Cancellation (ANC) technology. The best part? It’s built with a prolonged battery life of up to 30 hours with ANC, and 40 hours without.
Upgrade your home office with the new UltraFine monitors from LG. It’s been designed with an Ergo concept that moves up or down across a range of 130mm, toward or away from the user across a depth of 180mm, and can also swivel to face the opposite direction (up to 280 degrees), making it perfect for collaborative work. That’s not all: it’s able to rotate from landscape to portrait and back, providing users with complete freedom while they work and play. Got a small table? The C-type clamp is able to affix itself easily to the edge of the desk or table for maximum space efficiency.
If you’re just getting into the mirrorless camera scene, then you’ll need to get a hold of Nikon’s latest device, the Z FC. Designed with the iconic Nikon FM2 in mind, this one comes with a whole slew of updated features such as intuitive and tactile controls and wireless transfer. The Nikon Z FC will also be the first of the Z series cameras that can support exposure compensation during the auto mode, which will allow users to achieve their desired expression by increasing brightness to enhance silhouettes.
We’re loving the new IdeaPad Flex 5i Chromebook from LG. Chic colours aside, its flexible 360-degree hinge makes it perfect for just about any situation we find ourselves in. From the 13.3-inch Full HD IPS LCD touchscreen and a 10-hour battery life to a lightweight 1.35kg, this one’s practically made for digital nomads.
No words yet on when it will be available in Malaysia.
Got a picnic date scheduled soon? Then you should probably set the mood with some music crooning out of Bang & Olufsen’s Beosound Explore. Not only is the hardy device dustproof and waterproof, it’s also designed with a scratch-resistant type 2 anodised aluminium surface for all your adventures in the great outdoors. Weighing in at just 631 grams, the Beosound Explore can also serve up to 27 hours of playtime, all whilst delivering Bang & Olufsen’s signature sound with its dual 1.8” full-range drivers.