This week, it was reported that the current The iPhone SE will be the last iPhone to have Touch ID – It will be Face ID or nothing in the future. Google celebrated its great hardware event where he officially announced his new Pixel smartphone and his first Pixel smartwatch. And it seems that if you want to look 4K videos on YouTubesoon you will have to pay.
But that’s just the news. Below is a roundup of all the cool new gadgets that were announced this week.
The Sony FX30 is the latest entry in the company’s Cinema line of digital film cameras. It is essentially a cheaper version of the FX3. It shares a similar body and design, but opts for a 26-megapixel APS-C sensor instead of the FX3’s full-frame sensor. It is positioned as a compact camera for new filmmakers.
Google Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro
Google held its big Pixel event this week, where it announced its latest flagship smartphones, the Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro. Unsurprisingly, they are Google’s best smartphones with the most advanced camera capabilities of any Pixel smartphone to date. date. Both are powered by the latest Tensor G2 chip, and are actually more similar than different.
The main differences are that the Pixel 7 Pro has a larger screen, a more advanced camera (specifically for zoom), and a longer battery life. Both are also quite affordable for flagship smartphones.
Price: $599+ (pixel 7); $899+ (Pixel 7 Pro)
Pro-Ject Vinyl NRS Box S3
The Vinyl NRS Box S3 is a new and exclusive component for your turntable setup. It is meant to go between the phono preamp and the amplifier (or active speaker). It then filters and reduces the noise (cracks and pops) that a turntable picks up because the record is slightly damaged or warped. Available in black or silver finishes.
DAC3 audio engine
The Audioengine DAC3 is a small, portable USB-C DAC/amplifier that’s designed to squeeze that extra quality out of your smartphone or laptop. It includes an ES9281A PRO DAC and supports high-end lossless audio (up to 32-bit/384kHz, including MQA files); seems to be a perfect and relatively inexpensive option for people who like to listen Tidal (or other lossless streaming service) and that they have a pair of high-end wired headphones.
Nest Doorbell (wired)
Google announced a second-generation model of its smart doorbell, the Nest Doorbell, and it’s a modest update. It looks basically identical to its predecessor and has all the same capabilities.
The difference is that it has better local storage capabilities – specifically it can store an hour’s worth of video footage, even if Wi-Fi drops temporarily – and it supports HDR, so the quality of the video you capture should look a bit best no matter the time of day or lighting conditions. Available in four finishes: green, grey, beige or white.
Clear Audio Roam Sport
Clear Audio announced a new pair of wireless earphones for running and exercise. The Roam Sport has an IPX4 water resistance rating and has active noise cancellation. The earbuds look a lot like the Beats Fits Pro, as they both work with a silicone earhook to help them fit more securely. The trick is that they come with a price of $100, which is very competitive.