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1. AK70 MKII by Astell & Kern
It’s best to think of the AK70 MKII as a sort of director’s cut, rather than a full-on sequel. The design has received a series of minor tweaks, not a total makeover. The AK70 MKII has the same basic look as the original. It’s got a straight-edged aluminium chassis, with a sloped front and volume knob on the right edge.
The original Astell & Kern AK70 was one of the best portable hi-res music players around. It was a gorgeous design, and it sounded amazing. For the sheer quality it offered, its £500 price tag was very reasonable. Only a year later, we have the Astell & Kern AK70 MKII. it looks very promising indeed.
It’s hard to tell, but the AK70 MKII is slightly heftier. It’s a little taller and thicker, and 18g heavier. The volume knob has been tweaked too; it’s tighter, with less give between clicks. For now, it only comes in black. If you were holding out for the Misty Mint flavour of the original AK70, you’ll have to wait. As with most of Astell & Kern’s designs, the corners are unapologetically sharp. The AK70 MKII isn’t uncomfortable to hold, however, and it won’t carve up the lining of your pockets.
2. iPhone X by Apple
A great blend of handheld comfort and a big, gorgeous OLED screen. Rear telephoto camera outshoots the 8 Plus in low light, and the front camera snaps impressive portrait selfies. Face ID generally works fine.
The high price tag of the iPhone X remains for the unlocked models: a 64GB device costs $999 while the 256GB model costs $1,149. Carriers offer the option to pay the price of the smartphone in monthly installments, but those options aren’t available when you buy a SIM-free iPhone X. However, Apple does offer its 24-month special financing program for specific credit card customers.
The Bottom Line iPhone X is an overdue and winning evolution of the iPhone, but you’ll need to leave your comfort zone to make a jump into the face-recognizing future.
3. Xbox One X
With a gaming PC’s worth of graphical horsepower housed inside a deceivingly small package, the Xbox One X does what no console has done before: Native 4K HDR gaming. However, while games look absolutely stunning, with a fantastic level of detail accentuated by the console’s HDR support, their larger file sizes will mean that the 1TB hard drive fills up fast. Minor faux pas aside, the Xbox One X fulfills the promise of 4K HDR gaming and offers the most premium gaming experience on a console, bar none.
Higher Performance, When you invest in premium new technology, you deserve high performance. Games that are Xbox One X Enhanced perform better, may have faster load times, and can have higher resolution. Find friends, rivals, and teammates in the best global gaming community. Dedicated Xbox Live servers maximize performance by ensuring stability, speed, and reliability. Compete, connect, and share across platforms with gamers on Xbox One and Windows 10
4.Vivoactive 3 by Garmin
Vivoactive 3’s built-in GPS feature means it can track your activity without having to be connected to a smartphone. Whether you’re running, swimming, golfing or skiing, Garmin’s fitness tracker will know and track what sport you’re pursuing, so you can monitor your progress.
Pair with smartphone : Once you’ve linked it to your smartphone you’ll not only be able to receive and respond to text messages and emails, but also see and create social media updates. You’ll be able to access your music, find your phone and let your friends LiveTrack your sports.
Contactless payment, Garmin Pay means you’ll have a virtual wallet on your Vivoactive 3 gadget, so you can pick up a coffee and breakfast after your morning run without needing to carry your smartphone, card or cash with you. Just enter your passcode, select your card and tap your wrist to the reader.
Quickly and easily monitor your heart rate, enjoy contactless payment and track your sporting achievements throughout the day with Garmin’s Vivoactive 3 GPS smartwatch. You’ll have access to thousands of free watch faces, apps and widgets to personalise your Vivoactive 3, so it suits your style, needs and preferences.
5.Sonos One by Sonos
Sonos One is the smart speaker for music lovers. It’s everything you expect from a Sonos speaker, and now with built-in Alexa and microphones, you can control your entire Sonos system with your voice.
The Sonos One integrates full-fledged Alexa voice control, just like an Amazon Echo speaker but with better sound quality. It offers most of Alexa’s smart home controls and its far-field microphone performs similarly to an Echo. The Sonos One works seamlessly as part of a Sonos multiroom system, and can pair with another One for stereo sound. In 2018 Sonos will add Google Assistant, and Apple AirPlay 2 support is coming too.
The Sonos One is essentially a Play:1 with Amazon Alexa built-in, and that’s a winning combination in our book. It isn’t completely without limitations, though, and the question of whether to upgrade from a Play:1 to a One is a tricky one. The Bottom Line The Alexa-powered Sonos One is the first smart speaker that actually sounds good with music.
If you want to voice-control music in other rooms, specify where (eg. “Alexa, play Bowie in the lounge”) and the One will send music to the Sonos kit you’ve ascribed to that ‘zone’ even a non-Alexa-enabled Sonos speaker, such as a PlayBar or Play:5. “Alexa, play Bowie everywhere” sets all your Sonos speakers to synchronised Ziggy Stardust mode.
6. Nest Cam IQ by Nest
Insight for outside. Good insight starts with incredible sight. Nest Cam IQ can detect a person up to 50 feet away, then alert you with a photo of who’s there. With Nest Aware, it can even recognize a familiar face.*
Vision so visionary that we call it Supersight. What do you get when you combine a 4K sensor with HDR and intelligent imaging? Supersight. It’s a sharp new way to look after your home. Your video stays safe in the cloud. they encrypt our connections. Keep data safe and private. And we work hard to protect your information.
7. Disco FPV by Parrot
Parrot Disco FPV – Easy to fly fixed wing drone, up to 45 minutes of flight time, 50 mph top speed, FPV goggles.
Enjoy an unprecedented flight experience, Discover Disco FPV, the first fixed-wing drone that reaches speeds up to 50 mph (80 km/h). Immerse yourself in flight and see the world from a whole new angle with Parrot Cockpitglasses, the new FPV headset designed to put you in the cockpit of your drone. Lastly, to complete the piloting experience, take control with the lightweight, compact and ultra-precise Parrot Skycontroller 2.
Climb onboard with Parrot Cockpitglasses, an immersive FPV headset. Simply connect to the FreeFlight Pro application on your smartphone and place it into the Cockpitglasses. Parrot Disco’s Full HD 1080p camera records stunning footage and will make you feel as if you are flying: the skyline changes when you turn. Spread your wings and live out incredible adventures!
8. Google Pixel 2 by Google
Google may only be using one camera in the Pixel 2, but it’s got a trick up its sleeve — in the form of a new custom chip designed in-house called the Pixel Visual Core. The chip itself isn’t even enabled yet — that’s coming in a future update — but it gives third-party developers a direct line to the immense amount of data captured by the Pixel 2’s camera sensor.
At first, the Visual Core will allow developers to tap into Google’s incredible HDR+ mode, which improves low-light performance while preserving detail in difficult lighting conditions. Then who knows — this is Google’s first foray into custom silicon, and it has huge potential for the future of the Pixel lineup.
The rear of the Google Pixel 2 is well designed, then, but the front appears a little old-fashioned. Unlike the Pixel 2 XL or Samsung Galaxy S8, the Pixel 2 has a huge chin and forehead either side of the 5-inch display. The bezel here is more substantial than seen on the iPhone 8, it’s even bigger than the Xperia XZ1. Overall, the Pixel 2 isn’t much smaller than the Samsung Galaxy S8, but the latter sports a much bigger 5.8-inch screen.
The Pixel 2 has this cool thing called an eSIM, or electronic SIM card, that allows you to connect to a network — in this case, Project Fi with no physical SIM card. Of course, the Pixel still supports that physical piece of plastic and bits, but you don’t need it to connect to Project Fi, and that little detail heralds the future of mobile connectivity — whenever the carriers decide to catch up. In the meantime, if you’re in the U.S., you can buy a Pixel 2 and activate Project Fi whenever you want, even if you didn’t order it directly them from.
9. AirBar by Neonode
AirBar by Neonode Add Touchscreen to MacBook Air Notebooks
Plug and Touch : Simply attach the AirBar with the included magnets to the bottom of your screen and plug in the USB cord, Compatibility – AirBar works with most notebooks running Windows10 with 15.6″ screen size, Touch Using Any Object – Touch with a finger, glove, paintbrush, stylus and more. Designed for Windows 10 Laptops, Gestures: Tap, Swipe, Pinch, Zoom, and Rotate, Note: Refer the Instructional Video before use.
10. Echo Plus by Amazon
With Echo Plus, you can easily talk to anyone hands-free who also has a supported Echo device or the Alexa App—no tapping or searching required. Additionally, you can send messages via voice or text to anyone with an Echo device or the Alexa App. Alexa calling and messaging is available at no additional cost—to get started download the latest version of the Alexa App on a smart phone with iOS 9.0 or higher, or Android 5.0 or higher, and verify your mobile number. Learn more
Echo Plus has a built-in hub that seamlessly connects and controls ZigBee smart devices, such as light bulbs, door locks, switches, and plugs, without the need for separate hubs or apps. With simple setup, connecting Echo Plus to the devices below is easy. Just say “Alexa, discover my devices” and Echo Plus will discover and set up your devices. Like other Echo devices, Echo Plus can connect to hundreds of Wi-Fi and Bluetooth smart home devices with the Alexa app, such as lights, outlets, TVs, thermostats, cameras, and more.
Let your household know when dinner is ready, ask someone for help with a chore or remind the kids to go to sleep without having to raise your voice. With the Drop In feature enabled for room-to-room calling, quickly connect with Echo devices in your home.