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The new flagship smartphone from Samsung changes the rules of photography. Legendary pop artist Andy Warhol once said: 'The best thing about a picture is that it never changes, even when the people in it do'. Warhol lived and worked in an era when the output of a camera was the final word, or picture, on the subject being captured.
The Logitech Brio is the webcam to rule them all. Most integrated laptop webcams provide a poor visual experience for those watching from the other side, as they are at either 720p or lower resolution, resulting in grainy or low-res video.
The Freestyle is portable entertainment device that brings a new level of flexibility to the projector category. It combines the projector with a smart speaker and ambient lighting in a lightweight format, weighing just 830 grams, and mounted on a cradle that allows vertical rotation of up to 180 degrees.
As individuals become more obsessed with recording their daily lives, they may want to up their game. Pivo gives them that edge. Pivo is not just for standard video recording: it can be used as a mount for stable time-lapses, smoother panoramas, and video calls.
The Oppo A16S smartphone underlines the extent to which large screens and long battery life are now a norm across all price bands. There was a time when a large screen and long battery life on a smartphone came at a price.
The Genius Starter Kit from Osmo is designed to stimulate interest and improve skills in maths, spelling, creativity and other educational and learning games. Aimed at children aged ages 6 to 10 and older, the games move from beginner to expert levels as kids become more adept with them, meaning they allow for continuing learning.
All WiFi routers are not created equal. In many homes where fibre is installed for the first time, users are disappointed when they connect the WiFi routers that are usually supplied by their service providers. One of two things typically happens: the signal drops off dramatically just a few metres away from the fibre box; and the signal cannot be picked up more than one room away.
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