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In this tech-driven time we live in, the electronics market can be a tad overwhelming. Use this guide to stay on top of the latest tech trends!
Beats Solo2 Wireless
Apple invested a pretty penny in acquiring Dr. Dre’s iconic Beats headphones, so it’s no surprise that their first release was a big one. The Beats Solo2 Wireless headphones have built on the standards set by the company’s previous models by – as the name suggests – making them wireless. The headphones operate as an independent device, connecting with your phone, iPod, stereo, or console via Bluetooth. Take hands-free calls with the built-in speaker, and enjoy extreme comfort and quality sound.
LG Smart Curved 4K OLED 3D TV
The high-def television market is becoming increasingly saturated by the day, which is why it’s so refreshing to see LG’s unique take on the household staple. Their 65″ Smart Curved OLED TV boasts an elegant razor-thin design, making it catch your eye before it’s even powered on. The picture itself, though, is even more eye-catching, coming through in extraordinary 4K, 3D quality. It comes preloaded with LG’s webOS 2.0 software and its Magic Remote allows for voice interaction.
Best Fitness Gadget
The Marc Pro is a muscle-conditioning gadget that stimulates your muscles through gentle shock therapy in order to maximize their performance. Simply place the electrodes on your target muscles after a workout, and feel the charge rejuvenate your body. A two-in-one device, it can also be used for relieving pain associated with sore and aching muscles. The only knock against it is its price, but they have a convenient financing plan that makes purchasing it more than manageable.
Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge
Every year, Samsung becomes more and more synonymous with innovation, and the S6 Edge is proof of why this is. Here, they’ve bolstered the already-sleek design of their Galaxy devices by adding a unique curved display. Apart from aesthetics, this handset is remarkably powerful. It boasts a 16-megapixel camera, a quad-HD screen, a 2.1GHz processor, ample internal storage, and a battery that not only lasts long, but charges quickly, too.
Released in the nick of time for eligibility, Apple’s latest iPad swooped in late in the year to take our “Best New Tablet” title. While the iPad Pro’s claim to fame is a massive 12.9-inch display (making it more than three inches larger than its predecessor), it’s not all about size. The new device also made groundbreaking improvements to performance, speed, and quality, and it runs on iOS 9, a beautiful upgrade to Apple’s classic software.
GoPro Hero4 Session
For the first time since Go Pro revolutionized the digital camera landscape back in 2005, the company has issued a new-look design. Its Hero4 Session bids adieu to the device’s classic rectangular shape, embracing a bite-sized cube contour. In addition to the new shape, GoPro’s latest camera is 50 per cent smaller and 40 per cent lighter than its previous models, it shoots in 1080p60 and captures eight-megapixel stills, and it’s extremely durable and waterproof.