Your robot is here
First Order Stormtrooper is an Ubtech appenabled military robot that takes verbal commands and can recognise up to three different faces for customising it. It can learn new skills including imaginative and imitative play, musical creativity, problem solving and word building. Get one from BananaStore.com for Bt12,900.
Ticks all the boxes
Canon’s EOS M6 mirrorless, interchangeable-lens camera is always ready for action. It features a 24.2-megapixel resolution CMOS sensor and Dual Pixel CMOS autofocus and is capable of shooting up to seven frames per second continuously. It has builtin Wi-Fi for instantly sharing photos online. The body costs Bt30,490 and, with an EFM-1545 IS STM kit lens, it’s Bt34,690.
You hear that boom?
JBL’s portable Boombox Bluetooth speaker packs a 20,000mAh rechargeable battery that’s good for up to 24 hours of playback. IPX7-rated waterproof, it has 30 watts of output power on two sides coming through two four-inch woofers and two 20mm tweeters. You can hook up two smartphones or tablets at the same time. Expect to pay Bt17,900.
Dreams take flight
The DJI Spark mini-drone carries all of the firm’s signature technologies, allowing for instant capturing of photos and videos. The camera is 12-megapixel resolution, soaring for 15 minutes at a time on two batteries. Intelligent Flight Mode and intuitive controls make it easy to handle, including with hand gestures along. The going rate is Bt28,000.
Let’s get lively
The Q Acoustics M3 soundbar speaker pumps more life into TV sound. Beautifully styled and compact, it features 180-degree sound for room-filling noise. It can double as a wireless music speaker, streaming in superior aptX Bluetooth quality. The setup is a simple plug-and-play affair with HDMI Arc. It’s in stores for Bt12,900.
Republished with permission from The Nation