Here’s a round up of new tech released in Thailand this week – 06 Nov


Lend us your ears

Sony’s WF-1000x true-wireless earbuds boast a neat compact and minimalist design that makes them both discreet and comfortably in the ears. Unwanted background sounds are eliminated and ambient sound is automatically adjusted to suit your current activity. The buds cost Bt7,990.

All eyes on the road

DOD’s RC500S dash cam

DOD’s RC500S dash cam

If you want a dashboard camera, DOD’s RC500S is a good choice because the LCD screen can be removed to avoid distraction while driving. You can watch in real time and replay video using an app connecting the camera to a phone or tablet. Files can be downloaded to a phone quickly and easily, and the app even offers video editing and marking functions. RTB Technology sells the RC500S for Bt13,900, including a 32GB MicroSD card.

Workout listening

Urbanears Stadion

If you exercise regularly, Urbanears Stadion is a light, flexible, Bluetooth-enabled headset. The stretchy coils wrap behind the neck in a good fit and EarClick technology secures the buds in the ears. With the three-button controls, you can click through a playlist, adjust volume and pick up calls. The headset will run for seven hours on a single charge. Head to with Bt3,590.

When gamers go big

BenQ’s W1210ST is a projector made for gamers. Short-throw technology enables projection of a 100-inch display from 1.5 metres. Built to block motion blur, it can be connected to an Xbox One, PlayStation 4 or Wii U for crisp, high-definition games. The going rate is Bt49,900.

Behold the flash drive reborn

The humble flash drive reinvented, the SanDisk Connect Wireless Stick works on a computer, phone or tablet. It allows for wireless access to media, transfers of large files, streaming HD videos and music, and saving and sharing photos and videos. The builtin battery is rechargeable. A 16GB stick costs Bt1,090, 32GB Bt1,390, 64GB Bt1,890 and 128GB Bt3,290.


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