Three cameras on the go
Huawei’s smartphone arsenal now includes the P20 Pro with a three-camera setup for the rear camera – 40MP RGB, 20MP monochrome and 8MP 3x telephoto – using a Leica lens.
You get 6GB of RAM and 128GB of storage running on an Android 8.1 OS, a 6.1inch OLED Full View Display and a Huawei Kirin 970 CPU octacore processor. It retails for Bt27,990.
Enjoyable pokes in the ear
Jabra’s Elite Active 65t true-wireless earbuds are built for wearing while playing sports. There’s a secure fit, an integrated accelerometer for tracking via the Jabra app and protection against sweat, water and dust. Count on five hours of listening time on one charge. Get them in navy/copper for Bt6,990.
Sound goes vertical
Sony’s HTZ9F is a 3.1-channel Dolby Atmos/DTS X soundbar with the company’s new Vertical Surround Engine that fits perfectly in any home. Three front speakers reproduce “vertically”, creating virtual surround sound that seems to come from all around. Advanced digital processing converts audio into immersive sound. With power output of 400 watts, it sells for Bt26,990.
Good God, gamers!
The Nitro NP5155188BC notebook computer from Acer is plenty powerful for gaming. An eighth-generation Intel Core i78550U processor running at 1.8GHz, 8GB of RAM, a full terabyte on the hard drive and the Nvidia GeForce GTX 1050 adapter with 4GB of video memory will get you through anything. It’s in stores for Bt37,990.
Office mates will ‘Flip’
The 55-inch digital display on Samsung’s Flip phone lets you effortlessly connect and interact in the workspace. Up to four people can introduce content or annotate simultaneously in real time just by drawing or writing with a pen directly on the UHD-resolution screen. Flip users can write up to 20 pages per file. Expect to pay Bt129,000.
Republished with permission from The Nation