For geometric sound
Sony modelled its MDR1AM2 High-Resolution Audio over-ear headphones after its Signature series, but they’re more affordable. The Fibonacci-patterned frame reduces noise. You have 40mm drivers, a 4.4mm balanced plug for better sound transmission. They’re available in black or grey for Bt9,990.
Jabra’s got your ears
Listen to tunes or make calls with Jabra’s Elite 45e wireless in-ear headset with a soft, lightweight neckband. The box microphone delivers the clearest voice communication of any stereo wireless headphone. The well-designed 10mm audio driver ensures the perfect bass tone. Sweat and dustproof, it’s yours for Bt3,490.
Is Bose the best?
The tiny, portable SoundLink Micro Bluetooth speaker from Bose is water-resistant and uses a 40mm driver and 3.8×3.2cm radiator. It’s a mere 34.8×98.3×98.3mm and weighs just 290 grams. The builtin lithiumion battery can last for six hours. The speaker supports Bluetooth 4.2. It’s in stores for Bt4,700.
Flyer, meet Ionic
The Fitbit Flyer Bluetooth headset is ideal for workouts. It can be a match for Fitbit’s Ionic watch and stream music. The Flyer is durable and sweatproof. It has dual microphones for quality chatting and the cable can be adjusted securely around your neck. Battery life is six hours and the price is Bt5,190.
PTE goes Beyond
Thai brand PTE Intergroup has unveiled the Beyond Gen 12 smartphone with a five-inch display at 960×540-pixel resolution and 5MP cameras both front and rear. The front camera can be used for face recognition to unlock the phone. You get 1GB of RAM and 16GB of storage on the Android 6 OS and an 1,800mAh battery. Expect to pay Bt2,490
Republished with permission from The Nation