Your Weekly Tech Guide To The Coolest Gadgets & Accessories
Your Weekly Tech Guide To The Coolest Gadgets & Accessories

Some really tempting products make up our list of coolest gadgets this week

Vivo V25 Pro: Vivo’s new stylish flagship challenger comes with a unique design aesthetic. Vivo has created a layer of crystals along with what it calls fluorite AG that changes colours at different angles. It features a 6.56-inch AMOLED display (2376 x1080 pixels) with a 120 Hz refresh rate peaks at 1300 nits and is truly gorgeous. The V25 Pro is powered by the Dimensity 1300 Processor and comes in two hardware variants – 8GB/128GB and 12GB/256GB . There’s a 66W in-box charger that takes the battery from 0 to 40% in just 15 minutes. The rear cam combines a 64MP primary lens with OIS, an 8MP wide-angle lens and a 2MP Macro cam. (Available on Flipkart – Rs 35,999 onwards)



Ambrane Powerbank Aerosync PB-10: Ambrane’s wireless power bank makes a great travel accessory, especially for iPhones with MagSafe tech. The phone charger magnetically attaches to compatible iPhones and charges the phone wirelessly. The magnetic wireless power bank also includes a convenient back holder support to hold the device in place while charging. The power bank comes with 10000mAh lithium-polymer battery, Type C input and two output ports: Type C PD + 1 USB QC (Check it out on the Ambrane website – Rs 1,999)



BenQ GS50: At 2.3kg, it’s one of the most portable 1080p Full HD projectors you can buy. There’s a streaming stick that runs Android TV, aside from multiple ports, including a convenient Type-C port that allows you to connect your smartphone. You can take comfort in the fact that it is IPX2 splash proof which protects the projector from an unexpected drizzle. It’s also drop proof (up to 2.3 feet). More than the picture quality, it’s the sound quality that is the wow element of this projector. The built-in 2.1 channel audio features dual 5W midrange tweeters with a powerful 10W woofer. (Order it on Amazon – Rs 79,990)



Redmi K50i: The K50i sports a 6.6-inch FFS LCD display (1080 x 2460 pixels / 407 PPI) with a 144Hz refresh rate and a clever 7-stage adaptive sync display that optimises battery performance. The other cool touch is the 3.5mm headphone jack that supports hi-res audio at a time when most premium smartphones have done away with this feature. The triple rear cam is built around the capabilities of a 64MP (f/1.9) primary lens and also includes an 8MP ultra-wide lens and 2MP macro cam. There’s also a 16MP selfie shooter in the mix. At its heart is the MediaTek Dimensity 8100 processor; the device comes in a choice of two hardware storage options – 6GB/128GB and 8GB/256GB. (Buy it on Amazon – Rs 25,999 onwards)


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