Tech companies such as Google’s FitBit, Oppo, Xiaomi and Sony have unveiled new lines of smartwatches, earbuds and related accessories this week (August 8-14).
DH’s Gadgets Weekly edition lists the latest personal tech products to keep you up to date with everything happening in the world of consumer electronics.
Fitbit unveils new line of smartwatches
Google-owned Fitbit launched three new smartwatches earlier this week: the Inspire 3, Versa 4 and Sense 2.
The Inspire 3 is an entry level fitness tracker. It comes with a rich color display and offers 10 days of battery life.
Versa 4 is a fitness-focused smartwatch. It supports premium features such as 40 exercise modes, real-time stats, built-in GPS, active zones (minutes), and Daily Readiness to help you reach your activity goals.
Sense 2 is said to be the most advanced health-conscious smartwatch of the three. It boasts new body response sensors, the first wrist-worn continuous EDA (cEDA) sensor for all-day stress management, heart health tools including an ECG app and PPG algorithms (both FDA cleared and CE marked), and more.
New devices come with a 6-month Fitbit Premium subscription. It offers daily readiness scores and sleep profiles, more personalized insights, advanced analytics, and over 1,000 workouts and mindfulness sessions.
And all three — Inspire 3 (Rs 8,999), Versa 4 (Rs 20,499) and Sense 2 (INR 24,999) will be released in stages over the next few days.
Oppo Enco Buds2
Oppo’s Enco Buds2 come with a large 10mm driver. The company incorporates a titanium diaphragm coating into these drivers to improve the earbuds’ treble and overall balanced sound.
It also features the exclusive Enco Live Stereo Sound Effects and Dolby Atmos with three settings: Original Sound, Bass Boost and Clear Vocals. The lightweight TWS (True Wireless Stereo) earbuds also have an IPX4 rating that proves their resistance to sweat and splashes during your workout.
The Enco Buds2 support 7 hours of listening on a full charge and up to 28 hours of listening on 3 charges from the case. You can also enjoy up to 1 hour of music with just 10 minutes of quick charging.
It also features a deep noise canceling algorithm, which simulates binaural hearing based on deep neural networks (DNN) to track and separate human voices from background noise in real time. It costs 1,799 rupees.
Sony has announced three new speakers SRS-XG300, SRS-XE300 and SRS-XE200 priced at Rs 26,990, Rs 19,990 and Rs 12,990 respectively. It comes with an X-Balanced speaker unit that promises improved sound quality and power. IP67 rated, designed to withstand water and dust at the beach or park.
Equipped with a live sound mode that reproduces realistic and three-dimensional sound, and heavy and punchy mega bass sound.
It also has an ambient illumination feature that generates light in sync with the beat of the music. It offers a long battery life of 25 hours. Easily charge your Sony X Series Wireless Speaker with the USB Type-C port for charging.
Sony ECM-G1 Microphone
At less than 50 mm (1.97) in length and weighing less than 34 g (1.4 oz), the ECM-G1 is highly portable and can be taken anywhere you shoot.
We promise to deliver an enhanced standard of audio while recording. Suppresses surrounding sounds and collects sounds from the front clearly. A microphone output jack is provided on the side of the microphone. It can be used with compatible devices such as cameras, PCs, IC recorders, etc. that support plug-in power and do not have an MI Shoe. A recording cable is also included. It costs 10,290 rupees.
Portronics Beem 300 Multimedia LED Projector
Supports screen sizes up to 200 inches, 1080P picture quality, 250 ANSI lumens Ultra Light Beam, and 10 Watts Hi-Fi audio. We promise to deliver a theatrical experience.
Users can cast content from smartphones, physically cast from PCs, laptops, tablets, or game consoles through HDMI ports, or play movies and music through pen drives.
4-point trapezoidal front projection with corner (up to ±35 degrees) and vertical (up to ±45 degrees) keystone adjustment that allows the Portronics BEEM 300 to be placed almost anywhere without obstruction, promising sharper image reproduction To do. .
The projector’s 250 ANSI lumen LED lamp lasts 30,000 hours. It supports all kinds of content, including games, movies, and conference room presentations. Users can adjust the display screen from 50 to 200 inches with the click of a button.
It comes with a built-in 10W hi-fi speaker. That’s Rs 19,999.
Firebolt Hulk Smartwatch
It features a 1.78-inch state-of-the-art AMOLED display with 368x448p resolution. It can track steps, laps, stats and even sleep patterns. Its advanced sleep tracker monitors deep sleep, light sleep, rapid eye movements during sleep, and intermittent wake times. It also features an SPO2 monitor that tracks blood oxygen levels throughout the day and a 24/7 dynamic heart rate tracker.
With support for 100 sport modes, the smartwatch encapsulates a wide range of sports and fitness activities including cycling, swimming, skiing, aerobics, running and walking. depth in meters.
A full charge will last up to 6 days in normal mode and at least 15 days in standby mode. It costs 3,499 rupees.
Sony HT-S400 Soundbar
It has 2.1 inch front speaker channels. X-Balanced speaker units support surround sound and clear conversations. A wireless subwoofer is included for deeper, richer bass sound.
It also supports S-Force PRO front surround and Dolby Digital for cinematic surround sound. It has a powerful output of 330W in total.
A compact remote control and convenient OLED display window provide simple and easy operation. It costs Rs 21,990.
Xiaomi Redmi Note 11SE
It features a 6.43-inch (1080 × 2400p) Full HD+ AMOLED screen with a maximum brightness of 1,100 nits, a Corning Gorilla Glass 3 shield, a side-mounted fingerprint sensor, an IR sensor, and a triple-slot tray for two nano SIMs and a microSD card. increase. It comes with an IP53 rating.
12nm class MediaTek Helio G95 octa-core CPU, 900MHz Mali-G76 3EEMC4 GPU, 6GB LPDDR4X RAM, 64GB (UFS 2.2) storage (memory expandable up to 512GB), Android 11 base with MIUI 12.5 OS, quad camera module It is installed. — Main 64MP (f/1.79) + 8MP 118 degree ultra-wide sensor + 2MP depth + 2MP macro with LED flash on the back, 13MP (f/2.4) selfie camera on the front, 33W 5,000mAh battery charger. It costs 13,499 rupees.
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