Looking around the Internet, we
scoured some really nice gadgets to talk about over these past two weeks.
The iPhone has a great camera, alright? It captures images fast with nice, warm colors. The Zeiss Exolens is a camera add-on that fits the iPhone 6 and 6s, and will soon be available for the iPhone 7 as well (we have no idea why there has to be two versions of this thing, since the three phones have pretty much the same design).
There are three different variants:
a wide-angle lens (0.6), a telephoto lens (2x magnification), and a macro-zoom
lens. Each lens is sold separately and is fit for those with hungry hearts for
MacBook Pro 2016
Oh wow, look at that amazing beauty: it's carved to perfection, a work of art, and it looks exactly the same as every MacBook Pro in recent years.
There's a new massive trackpad (that's nice, right?) and the keys in the keyboard are less "click-y," (that's nice too, right?). What else is new? Oh, the function keys? You know, the F1 to F12 buttons that have a couple of tricks? They're gone and have been replaced by the amazingly innovative Touch Bar. What can you do with it? Well, you can choose a wide range of emoticons! Fun! It can also be used as a Touch ID. Oh, Apple, you're such an innovative dog.
GameGulp recently reviewed
a mechanical keyboard for the iPad Pro and by
the looks of things, it seems like the smaller iPad Mini and iPad Air are getting
less love than they actually deserve. Logitech's Keys-to-Go fills up that
empty, depressing void for the Apple tablets, measuring 5.4-inches and 9.5-inches
to bring typing pleasure wherever you go.
Apacer NOX DDR4
If you're building a spanking
brand-new gaming rig, then you might want to check out Apacer's new NOX DDR4.
It performs up to 3000MHz clock rates up to 64GB capacity and is included in
the CLEVO P870DM3-G or something (we really wish that company came up with more
memorable names for their products).
MSI Immerse GH10 Gaming headset
It's not too common to think about in-ear gaming headsets; so MSI has just recently announced one as part of their newest hardware lineup.
The Immerse GH10 features
"ear-hooks" which allow the little things to stay tucked into your ears in
spite of all the wild rages you have after getting tea-bagged for the nth time.
It also features a really rad sword-looking detachable microphone.
Huawei Mate 9
Holy crap, this phone!
Look, the P9 and its bigger bro, the P9 Plus, were my choice for the best phones before they were ousted by the Google Pixel and Pixel XL. What made the P9 such a delight was its dual-cameras that were "co-engineered with Leica."
Now, Huawei just flipped the switch from 10 to 13 in a very smug but still respectful manner (kind of like a "slow-clap, smirking, and-then-showing-them-the-middle-finger" manner). The Huawei Mate 9 features dual cameras that were also co-engineered with Leica: one is a 12MP color sensor while the other is a 20MP monochrome sensor. Together, the two create some of the most stunning images on a smartphone, like the P9 and P9 Plus.
But that's not all, there's even a "Porcshe Design" edition that is damn sleek and gorgeous and costs one thousand five hundred dollars. Huawei has announced they only plan to release 20,000 of them, just to make them extra special, so you got to think fast if you want one.
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