Canon EOS R6
one of the most capable and fastest full-frame mirrorless cameras to debut this year. Some of the key highlights of the EOS R6 include 4K movie recording and an advanced 20.1 megapixels full frame CMOS sensor. The EOS R6 is also equipped with advanced DIGIC X imaging processor and a new in-body image stabiliser.
Sony Bravia(KD-85X8000H) Ultra HD TV
Sony’s new flagship (powered by Android), 85-inch Bravia Ultra HD TV is just what you need for those Netflix binge watching sessions. It’s propelled by Sony’s powerful X1 4K HDR Processor, that uses advanced algorithms to cut noise and boost details. Images filmed in 2K or full HD are upscaled to 4K resolution by Sony’s 4K X-Reality PRO by employing a unique 4K database.
ASUS ROG Zephyrus 14
ASUS’s ROG (Republic of Gamers) line is a cult favourite among gamers. The Zephyrus 14 is designed to be a showstopper and won’t look out of place in a futuristic board room. The design borders on industrial chic with an edgy magnesium-aluminium alloy deck that’s forged and machined for a perfect fit.
Amazon’s next-gen smart speaker combines the best of Echo and Echo Plus with an all-new design and fabric finish that can effortlessly blend into your living spaces. The acoustics get a boost with a 3.0-inch woofer, dual-firing tweeters, and Dolby processing that delivers stereo sound with clear highs, dynamic-mids, and deep bass.
Bose QuiteComfort Earbuds
These bose earbuds feature multiple levels of active and passive noise cancelling, including a clever real-time environment sound monitoring that produces an opposite signal to cancel out unwanted noise. Then there’s the innovative Volume-optimised Active EQ technology that automatically boosts the lows and highs so that the music remains consistently balanced — even as you change the volume.
My Passport SSD
Western Digital’s all-new storage device builds a strong case for an SSD drive over HDD. It’s featherlight — just 54gm, yet sturdy. It comes with shock and vibration resistance up to 6.5ft. This SSD promises zippy transfer speeds and comes with 256-bit AES hardware encryption.
Samsung Galaxy Fold 2
Arguably the best foldable device out there. Samsung has made significant improvements with the second-gen Fold that comes with a larger 6.2-inch ‘cover display’ and a gorgeous 7.6-inch QXGA+ Dynamic AMOLED 2X Infinity Flex display. The reimagined hinge makes the phone more durable and makes it easier to slip into your pocket, while the triple rear cam shoots sharp images
GoPro HERO9 Black
The action camera segment gets a fresh lease of life with GoPro’s newest cam. It includes a new 23.6-megapixel sensor that delivers 5K video and 20MP photos, next-gen HyperSmooth 3.0 video stabilisation with in-camera horizon levelling, a new front-facing display, a larger rear display, and 30 per cent more battery life.
Samsung Galaxy Tab S7+
Makes the strongest case for an Android tab. It all begins with the form factor — it’s incredibly thin (5.7mm) and weighs just 575gm, impressive for a device with a large 12.4-inch Super AMOLED display (2800x1752 pixels) and a 120Hz refresh rate. The AKG tuned quad speakers add to its entertainment creds.
Finished with a premium lacquered and brush aluminium finish, Sennheiser’s newest premium soundbar promises an immersive, 5.1.4 home theatre, surround sound experience without the need for multiple speakers. It’s powered by 13 drivers, while its unique ‘Upmix’ Technology can recreate stereo and 5.1 Content in stunning 3D.
Sennheiser MOMENTUM True Wireless 2
Ergonomically designed for all-day comfort and finished with premium materials and an elegant metallic finish, these buds bring stellar sound quality to the Earbuds segment with Sennheiser’s 7mm dynamic drivers. An improved Active Noise Cancellation feature delivers incredible, high-fidelity sound even in noisy environments.
Apple iPad Air
The Air lands between the classic iPad and the iPad Pro in a bunch of new colours. The 2020 Air gives the home key a boot while the display gets a leg up — a 10.9-inch Liquid Retina display with 3.8 million pixels. It features the same A14 bionic chip that is at the heart of the new iPhone 12 devices.
Dell XPS 15
Style, portability and heavy duty performance come together in one of the world’s smallest performance class 15.6-inch laptops. This lightweight laptop is crafted from a single piece of machined aluminium. The latest 10th Gen Intel Core Processors, 21 hours of battery life and Dell’s InfinityEdge display (with a best-in class screen to body ratio of 92.9 per cent) are among the highlights.
Xbox Series S
Microsoft’s next generation of gaming devices bring the largest digital launch library to the smallest Xbox ever. It boasts of faster load times and stunning visuals at up to 120 FPS. It’s bundled with the Xbox Wireless Controller that boasts of elegant design and refined comfort, while the 3D spatial sound adds to its appeal.
Apple iPhone 12 Pro
Apple turned back the clock for design inspiration; this year’s flagship iPhones come with an elegant flat-edge designed finished with a gorgeous surgical stainless steel rim. At its heart is the all-new A14 bionic chip that’s lightning quick, but the headline feature is the improved pro-grade triple rear cam that aces lowlight photography and sets new benchmarks for video capture on a smartphone.
One Plus 8 Pro
The OnePlus flagship device is clear evidence that the company has made the transition to the flagship league. The standout feature is its immersive display — a 6.78-inch Fluid AMOLED display (1440 x 3168 pixels) with a 120Hz refresh rate that packs 513 Pixels per inch and stretches the screen-to-body ratio beyond 90 per cent.