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7 Must Have Gadgets In 2019

Sony WH-1000XM3

 Headphones: Sony WH-1000XM3

Our recommendation for the best headphones, the ideal wireless and the very best noise cancelling headphones is the Sony WH-1000XM3. Simply speaking, we actually approve of those cans. Sony wins sound quality and layout, together with touch controls on the ideal earcup that work superbly along with a battery life that lasts around 30 hours. Together with USB-C rapid charging and outstanding wireless sound performance, these superstars are worth every cent.

Fitbit Alta HR

Exercise tracker: Fitbit Alta HR

If you don't have a fitness tracker, then the Fitbit Alta HR is a wonderful place to get started. Unlike a smartwatch, the battery lasts a whole week and the slim and discreet ring houses plenty of tech. It tracks steps, calories burned off, sleep and heart rate, includes extras such as hourly mini goals and comes in six colors with accessory bands sold separately. The only disadvantage is it's not waterproof.

 Laptop: Dell XPS 13

The Dell XPS 13 is the definitive MacBook-killer. This 13-inch notebook weighs a mere 1.2kg yet is strong enough to take care of a heavy workload. There are many configuration options, such as non-glare displays and touchscreen versions. The tiny 4mm display bezel means it has a very compact footprint, which makes it easy to fit in any bag. We're analyzing the 2019 variant, with the webcam thankfully now positioned above the display.

Jabra Elite 65t

Wireless earbuds: Jabra Elite 65t

Forget Apple's AirPods, if you'd like really wireless earphones for every occasion then we recommend the Jabra Elite 65t. Unlike the majority of Jabra's efforts, they are less concerned with the fitness center and running and much more tailored for ordinary use. They sound, and look, great and you get five hours of usage from a complete charge and a further two out of the charging instance. Unlike a few wireless headphones we have examined, we had no sound and video sync issues when viewing Netflix and while they are not equipped with running in mind, they are safe enough to be usable all the same.

Samsung Q900

TV: Samsung Q900

Samsung's Q900 provides on the company's ambitious promise of an 8K TV that's prepared to purchase now. Coming in three dimensions (85-, 75- and - 65-inch variations ), it measures up the HDR functionality, hitting peak brightness amounts of 4,000 nits, meaning that content comes out exactly as its founders intended. The design exudes Samsung's standard high standards and the 15ms input lag makes the Q900 ideal for gambling. Most significant, as you'd expect, is your Q900's spectacular upscaling via its Quantum 8K Processor. In short, it's the finest LCD TV we've tested.

Garmin Forerunner 935

Running watch: Garmin Forerunner 935

This gadget is for those who take running seriously. If you do, it might be well worth investing in it -- not the least due to the device's remarkable battery life, which lasts for up to fourteen days on standby mode, as well as 24 hours when always monitoring action. The watch can monitor a variety of tasks such as swims, cycles or rounds of golf clubs, in addition to displaying various
training options. Additionally, it offers information on heart rates, lactate thresholds or retrieval times. All of that is packed in 49g; a comparatively lightweight gadget, so, making for an entire running watch.

Huawei P30 Pro

Check Huawei P30 Pro

The Huawei P30 Pro provides the sacred trinity of superb design, screen and camera using no less than four versatile cameras, a fast in-display fingerprint detector and an all-screen, small top notch layout. It's so nicely specced and easy to live with.

Samsung Galaxy Fold: A Smart Phone or A TV Remote?

Samsung Galaxy Fold

This week The South Korea electronics company has revealed Samsung Fold to media. Bloggers and YouTubers have got their hands on the device but it is not yet released for customers. The phone comes with novel technology, a foldable screen. Although it is a huge move to make smartphones smarter but customers feedback has yet to be seen. Prior to the release of the phone, it is hard to say whether Samsung Galaxy Fold is something that users wanted or something that users needed.
MAYA (Most Advanced, Yet Acceptable), a theory by Raymond Loewy who has designed almost everything says that the most advanced design should be given to users, but not more advanced than what they are able to accept and embrace. An innovation is more likely to be welcomed by its user if it lies at the intersection of novelty and familiarity. If the product is full of astounding innovation but people are not familiar with it and vice versa, the chances of failures are high. As people have seen foldable phones and they are familiar with this technology and a foldable screen is actually something new, Samsung Fold I think lies right in the center of the novelty/familiarity scale. The chances of success are pretty high unless it does not have any surprises waiting for us like other Samsung hand grenades.


Despite the foldable screen, the device comes with other remarkable features. With 6 high definition cameras, 512GB internal memory and 12GB RAM, it has phenomenal multitasking support. Users can run and interact with up to 4 apps at a time. Left screen, top right, bottom right, and a pop-up screen. I love this feature. If Samsung Fold failed to earn its users trust, as we have seen many sliding and folding phones failing in the past, this feature would be pretty productive if introduced in tablets. A quick overview of other specs has been give below.


When unfolded, Galaxy Fold has 7.3 inches screen which looks elegant and is near to perfect for reading books, watching videos, playing games and other activities. It feels more like an elegant tablet than a phone. However, there is a groove right in the middle of the screen which could be pretty annoying for phone addicts. Although Samsung claim that the screen is created from flexible material and glued with advance technology but the chances of failure are high. It is just an intuition. A personal thgouht.
Samsung Fold has another 4.6 inches HD+ display on one of its outer panel which can be used for everything the unfolded screen can be used for. However,
the folded version loses all of its grace and aesthetics and it looks more like a TV remote. It is too large and too heavy to fit in a pocket. I imagine the user would look like an idiot using TV remote in front of no TV.


The battery is one of the thing or metric or something else which is usually used to measure the quality of a device. Samsung Galaxy Fold comes with a 4380 mAh battery which is shared by two screens. For normal phone, 4000 mAh battery lasts for more than 36 hrs by standard usage but for this device, two screens have to be maintained, battery won't last that long. It will consume pretty much amount of charge even on stand by. 


Another stunning feature of the mighty Fold is its 6 camera setup. It has 3 rear cameras, a 16MP ultra-wide camera, a 12MP wide-angle camera, and a 12MP telephoto camera. Telephoto lense provide a narrow field of view to focus better at things at a certain distance. 10MP camera and 8MP depth lense on device front can help you grow your fans on Insta. A 10MP selfie camera is also available if you use the TV remote version of the device.
The Samsung Galaxy Fold will be released on April 26 fn the US at an initial price of $1980. Expected release for Europe is in May.