We are currently living in a time when weird and wonderful technologies are hitting the market on a regular basis. Although its fantastic to have so many options, it is also leaves us struggling with what gadgets are essential and what can be left on the shelf. We’ve taken a look at some of this year’s latest tech and have managed to whittle our preferences down to a few must-have items which will enhance your life no end.
Music Lovers Delight
It will come as no surprise that music audio geniuses Bang & Olufsen are responsible for what we feel are the ultimate headphones. The wireless BeoPlay H8 headphones are a lightweight halo of heavenly craftsmanship, weigh in at only 225g of anodised aluminium. Besides being a delight to experience they are also sophisticated and stylish which is always a bonus. The only down-size is the price: at £399 a pair, you would want to be serious about music.
Mobile gaming has never been so popular and mobile ‘phone designers are certainly taking this into account when contemplating the spec for their latest models. If you enjoy the completely engrossing experience supplied by a superior resolution and out of this world displays, go for the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge. This mobile’s powerful processor delivers an exceptional platform for gaming and is perfect for those who enjoy interactive games. The graphic quality is apparent when you play an assortment of different games, like the slots found at Betway, and of course each casino online is different, like this one, but the quality of the graphics remains constant, thanks to this superlative mobile gadget.
There are some seriously amazing televisions out there at the moment and a lot of them come with a pretty hefty price tag, which is why we’ve chosen an outstanding TV which, although not cheap, is actually fantastic value for what it offers. The 55 inch LG 55EG960V Curved 4K Ultra HD OLED 3D Smart TV (and breathe) is a sleek and stylish smart TV which, according to LG’s website, boasts “unique self-lighting pixels” which paint “a picture with true-to-life colour reproduction like you have never seen before”. As an OLED television, images benefit from a response speed which is a thousand times faster than that of LED televisions. This equates to less blurring and spectacularly clear images and at £2499 is realistically affordable for serious tech lovers.