Your dashboard pal
The DrivePro 130 vehicle-dashboard camera from Transcend Information Inc captures high-resolution images with extremely fine tonal gradation, even in low light. A G-sensor high-capacity Li-polymer battery, Sony image sensor and capability to record 1080p Full HD video make it a winner. Wi-Fi connectivity is ready via the free DrivePro App. It retails for Bt4,300.
Print more, save more
The DCP-T510W, part of Brother’s inkjet Multi-Function Centre series, is designed to save money for high-volume users. It features the Refill Tank System and the cartridges are highly affordable. You get an ultra-high 6,500-page-yield and print resolution of 1,200×6,000dpi. It’s in stores for Bt5,490.
Always great portraits
The A83 camera phone from Oppo boasts AI Beauty Recognition Technology in its 8MP front camera and 13MP rear camera. The technology analyses 200 points on your subject’s face and figures out the best characteristics. With a 5.7-inch HD full-screen display at 1,440x720P resolution, 3GB of RAM and 32GB of ROM, it sells for Bt7,990.
Just the buds
Samsung’s Gear IconX earbuds let you leave your phone at home when go out running. They work as stand-alone media players when you upload music from your phone. You can also create a playlist of general favourites and another just for the gym. And if you do need your phone nearby, it connects via Bluetooth. The going rate is Bt5,900.
A Bt3,000 smartphone
Beyond Max2 is an affordable smartphone from Thailand’s PTE Intergroup that features dual cameras of eight- and two-megapixel resolution, handy bokeh effect, a five-inch display ay 960×540-pixel resolution, 1GB of RAM and 16GB of ROM. It runs on Android 6.0 OS and it is powered by a quad-core processor. |Go “Beyond” for Bt2,490.
Republished with permission from The Nation