Gather round, folks: Sony portable Xperia Touch projector
Sony’s portable Xperia Touch projector turns your wall, desk or any flat surface into a 23-inch HD touchscreen with either horizontal or vertical ultra-short-throw projection. Family and friends can gather around a table or flat wall to enjoy games, watch streaming video services and communicate using messaging apps and social networks. With builtin stereo speakers and a USB Type-C Port, it retails for Bt59,990.
Masters of music: Audio Technica’s ATHDSR9BT Bluetooth-enabled headphones
Audio Technica’s ATHDSR9BT Bluetooth-enabled headphones boast a premium-graded overear design. Part of the SR (Sound Reality) Series with advanced technology, they’ve got “Pure Digital Drive” to ensure high-resolution audio, a reengineered 45mm True Motion Driver with a lightweight diaphragm with DLC (diamondlike carbon) coating and an extended 5Hz45,000Hz frequency response. RTB Technology has the sets for Bt19,900.
Nokia 6 looks, sounds sharp
The Nokia 6 phone from HMD Global has its 5.5-inch display of 1920x1080pixel resolution protected behind sculpted Corning Gorilla Glass. You’re looking at Android 7.0, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 430, 3GB of RAM and 32GB of storage, plus speakers packing Smart Amplifier with Dolby Atmos. The main camera is 16-megapixel resolution. Expect to pay about Bt8,000.
Nice price on the XA10
Priced at Bt17,990, the Fujifilm XA10 is quite affordable for a mirrorless interchangeable-lens camera in this popular series. Compact and coolly retro, it deploys an APSC CMOS sensor with 16-megapixel resolution and a 180-degree tilting LCD display for selfies and has sensitivity of up to ISO25600.
Who’s game for Acer?
Acer’s Predator G3 57171A4 notebook computer will appeal to gamers with its seventh-generation Intel Core i77700HQ processor, 16GB of working memory, a 256GB SSD drive and a full terabyte on the hard drive. The Nvidia GeForce GTX1060 offers another 6GB dedicated video memory. The 15.6inch display is 1920x1080pixel resolution. The going price is Bt52,990.
Republished with permission from The Nation