Every week, there are plenty of new products emerging in the consumer tech realm. At times, it becomes impossible to cover all of them. Here, we pick the new products of the week and deliver them to you in bite-size format.
De’Longhi La Specialista Prestigio
S$1,599, available today in De’Longhi Online Store
Targeted at a growing segment who prefers to make their own coffee like a barista, De’Longhi has launched the La Specialista Prestigio.
Its Sensor Grinding Technology calibrates your coffee beans with engineered precision for consistent grinding, while its Smart Tamping Station delivers the optimal pressure without any hassle or mess. Finally, its Active Temperature Control technology ensures stability to optimise coffee extraction. Thus, you can barista-like coffee in your own home.
Fitbit has launched its most advanced health and fitness tracker with the Charge 5. According to its maker, the Charge 5 is imbued with tools to keep track and manage your stress levels, heart health and sleep.
It uses an EDA sensor that measures your body’s response to stress through tiny changes in the sweat glands on your fingers for stress management. It can also take electrocardiogram measurements to help manage your heart health. Not to mention, it offers sleep insights to help you sleep better.
Google Pixel Buds A-Series
S$149, available in Google Online Store
Get ready for the next Google Pixel 6 smartphone with the search giant’s very own true wireless earbuds – Pixel Buds A-Series. Despite its name, it is compatible with any Bluetooth 4.0 (or above) devices including iPhone, tablets and laptops.
It features custom-designed 12mm dynamic drivers for clear natural audio output. Plus, its unique hybrid acoustic design offers passive noise reduction while its spatial vents reduce that plugged-ear feeling. The earbuds have a battery life of 5 hours and up to 24 hours with the charging case.
Garmin Approach R10
S$899, available in Lazada
Looking to be the next Tiger Woods? The Garmin Approach R10 is here to help. It is a lightweight portable golf launch monitor designed to help you improve your game at home, indoors, or the driving range.
It is able to detect more than a dozen key metrics – including club head speed, ball speed, swing tempo, ball spin and launch angle – with your every swing. When paired with the Garmin Golf app, you can make use of the Training Mode to recognise strengths and areas of improvement as well as automatically recording video clips to analyse your swing.
For those who cannot afford those expensive in-ear monitors (IEMs), they can take a look at the much more affordable FiiO FD3 Pro. Its semi-open acoustic design is said to allow you to enjoy balanced sounds and stress-free listening.
This Hi-Res Audio certified IEM features a newly-designed 12mm flagship-level dynamic driver with a robust magnetic flux and paired with an ultra-fine copper-clad aluminium voice coil for reproducing delicate details. This Pro version differs from the FD3 in that it comes with an exclusive mono-crystalline silver-plated copper cable for your ultimate listening pleasure.