It was a short week thanks to the 4th of July holiday, but that did not stop the new technical gadgets from rolling out. From a Nintendo announcing an upcoming Switch console to DJI’s latest handheld gimbal – here’s what you need to know.
Nintendo Switch (OLED model)
Nintendo announced that it will release a new Switch console on October 8. It’s not the Switch Pro that many fans hoped for, unfortunately, as it will not broadcast 4K when docked to a 4K TV. Instead, the new switch will be the first with an OLED screen, so the image should be a little better (especially, it should produce deeper blacks and have better contrast). It is expected to have better speakers and a more adjustable kickstand. Other than that, the OLED model will be the same as a regular switch – only $ 50 more expensive.
Price: $ 350
This is a first dock station. It has seven USB-A ports that anyone can charge and transfer data (up to 5 Gbps) simultaneously. It also comes with USB-A (3.0) and USB-C adapter cable, so it can work with a newer USB-C laptop or older laptop with a USB-A connection. And the stable design means you can add two (or three) in case you (or a classroom) need to charge a number of devices at once.
Price: $ 49
DJI Pocket 2 Sunset White
DJI released Pocket 2 back in late 2020. It was the second generation version of the company’s popular handheld gimbal designed for vlogging. The new model still shot 4K video, but DJI gave it several meaningful upgrades, including a larger sensor, a better lens (with a larger field of view and more zoom) and an improved microphone setup. But while you could only get the Pocket 2 in black, the company has released a “sunset white” version.
Price: $ 439 (sold with combination set)
StudioCaddy is a nice little charging station for various Apple devices. It plugs into the wall for power, and has an integrated charging stand for iPhone and a wireless charging pad for AirPods Pro (or AirPods, if they support wireless charging). There are USB-C and USB-A ports on the side of the device to charge your MacBook and iPad at the same time. And thanks to the modular design, you can add vertical racks to hold your MacBook and iPad without taking up a lot of desktop space.
Price: $ 179
Nothing Ear (1)
Nothing, a technology company started by one of the co-founders of OnePlus, revealed this week that it is about to release its first hardware product on July 27. There will be a pair of wireless earbuds called Nothing Ear (1) – and people will be hyped about them. According to one TechCrunch Exclusive interview, the new earbuds will cost $ 99 and deliver active noise reduction and other “leading features.” Not only that, but expected to be small and transparent. (Nothing shared the photo above on the Instagram account, which is a concept for what wireless earbuds might look like.)
Price: $ 99
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