Everyone gets excited when a new gadget hits the market, whether it’s to improve one’s own quality of life or to entertain one’s self. For this reason, Goodsworth has compiled a selection of the best new gadgets that we are confident you will find both useful and enjoyable.
In 2018, Sony unveiled what would become one of the best pairs of headphones available – the WH-1000XM3. After the XM4, Sony released the WH-1000XM5 as a successor. If you disregard the sometimes excruciatingly monotonous naming standards, these, like their predecessors, are some of the best headphones around.
Scoring 5-star reviews all around, the Sony WH-1000XM5 are very much geared toward individuals who would rather not pay for a pair of Apple AirPod Max headphones.
Both the technical specifications and the sound quality are virtually identical to previous iterations from Sony. They have the best noise cancellation on the market and provide an abundance of useful ambient features in addition to their industry-leading audio quality across the low, mid, and high frequencies.
DJI Mini 3 Pro
Every year, DJI’s Mini series gets smaller and still more powerful, squeezing high-end technology into a lightweight drone that you can toss in your bag.
However, the sky-high price tag and mounting anxiety over potential financial ruin accompanying all those enhancements. It boasts powerful obstacle avoidance features, a movable lens so you can capture portrait or landscape, 4K video and smart flying features including automatic tracking and the ability to follow a subject.
Despite its greater price, this feels like the perfect drone for novices, people who like to travel, or really anyone in the market for a lightweight, high-tech drone.
Gocycle G4 electric bike
There are already many different models of electric bikes available, but for those who are in city may need to take their bikes on and off trains, buses, and staircases frequently, the ability to fold the bike up may be a must-have feature. A key feature of the new Gocycle G4 is its ability to be folded effortlessly, making it a premium electric bike that can be stored in a small space.
In addition, you can start the bike from a distance, monitor your speed and battery life, and more with the help of a smartphone app. This bicycle’s traction control system makes it suitable for riding on roads, grass, and other unusual surfaces. There are even adjustable power modes that can be used depending on the situation.
Action cameras must be adaptable to record extreme sports such as cliff jumping, dirt biking, and surfing. Here’s where the brand-new Insta360 One RS comes in. There aren’t too many actions cams like this out there. Using a modular design, you can quickly swap between the 360-degree lens, the wide-angle lens, and the 4K action camera. The battery is removable, so spares may be easily carried and snapped in between tricks.
Logitech Litra Glow
Since virtual meetings in Zoom or other platforms won’t be going away any time soon, you might as well put your best face forward. The new Litra Glow from Logitech will give you a healthy glow at home that will have your coworkers green with envy. Not to mention, the light from the Litra Glow will diffuse and change its intensity based on your skin tone so that you don’t look like a deer in the headlights.
There is no more anticipated technology release than these new wireless earphones. There is a lot of excitement about a new product that promises high-quality audio at an affordable price. This is true especially when it’s backed by iPod creator Tony Fadell and one of YouTube’s most popular vloggers, Casey Neistat.
Although Nothing Ear’s audio hasn’t been tested yet, many already adore the design and retro-futuristic look it bost. On top of that, the pricing is really reasonable considering the extensive range of functions, such as adjustable noise cancellation, durability to water and splashes, and gesture controls on the earbuds.
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