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7 Must Have Gadgets In 2019

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.

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.

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

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 an…