Phone with a ‘Sunny’ price
The affordable Wiko Sunny2 Plus phone from France has a five-inch display, 5MP rear camera and 2MP front shooter. Inside is a MediaTek MT6580M Quadcore 1.3, CortexA7 Android 7.0, 1GB of RAM and 8GB of ROM expandable to 64GB. You’re good for 3G+ connections and two SIM cards. The Sunny2 is sold in metallic black, gold, bleen and lime for Bt1,990.
RHA MA650 Wireless Bluetooth inear headphones offer good sound quality and 12 hours of battery life and are sweat and splashproof. The “aerophonic” design isolate noises. With a sturdy aluminium body, a universal remote for full tracking, calls and digital assistance, it retails for Bt3,990.
Dazzling game experience
From Samsung comes the 49-inch QLED Gaming Monitor with a 32:9 display ratio and metal quantum technology, plus a blinding response time of 1 millionth of a second. HDR technology ensures very sharp display at 3,840×1,080pixel resolution and high contrast of 3000:1.
Buy it, bend it, use it
Acer’s Spin SP51352N81P7 laptop folds 360 degrees into a tablet. An eighth-generation Intel Core i78550U processor running at 1.8Ghz is back up with 8GB of DDR4 RAM and a 512GB SSD drive. With as 13.3-inch IPS HD touchscreen display and running on Windows 10, it’s in shops for Bt36,990.
For your mum, the Mama
The Mama 811 is a security-minded mobile phone from Thailand’s PTE Intergroup with large dial buttons. It’s designed for elderly women. Each button speaks its number when pressed, and another button will send an SOS message and keep calling up to five SOS numbers until help is reached. You get a 2.3-inch display, flashlight mode and a usable camera. Expect to pay Bt1,290.
Republished with permission from The Nation