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Samsung announced this week the next big “Unpacked” event. will take place on August 10 — and you can expect new foldable smartphones. For the first time you can access Snapchat on your computer through your web browser. Prices for ESPN+ and Sluggish both are growing, unfortunately. I Nikon and Canon both are out of the DSLR game.

A slew of new gadgets were also announced this week. Here’s what you need to know.

UP falls


Ultimate Ears has announced its second pair of wireless headphones, the UP fallsand they are much higher than the company 2020 UE Fits. As before, the UE Drops are molded to your ears to provide a very secure fit. But the new wireless headphones promise much better sound quality thanks to 9.2mm drivers (which are more in line with the company’s IEM lineup). And they have more premium features like transparency mode (but no active noise cancellation) and a wireless charging case.

Price: 449 dollars


Alienware M17 R5 (2022)

Alienware m17 r5 gaming laptop


Alienware has announced two next-gen gaming laptops, the Alienware m17 R5 and the Alienware x17 R2, and they’re important because they’re the first to be configured with 480Hz displays. The ridiculously high refresh rate promises to deliver extremely smooth graphics – whether you’ll be able to see these differences on, say, 120Hz or 240Hz displays is highly debatable – on their 1080p displays. In addition, both 17-inch notebooks can be configured with AMD’s highest-end processors (Ryzen 7 and 9) and GPUs (Radeon RX 6 series).

Price: $2,800+


TP-Link Archer AXE75

Router tp link archer ax75


TP-Link AX5400 is a new router that supports Wi-Fi 6E and can provide speeds in excess of 5400 Mbps. It’s packed with lots of high-end features like tri-band technology (higher bandwidth for more devices) and the latest Wi-Fi security protocol (called WPA3). The kicker is that it costs well under $200, making it one of the most affordable Wi-Fi 6E routers you’ll find.

Price: 170 dollars


Twelve South HoverBar Duo (2nd generation)

twelve south hoverbar duo 2nd generation


Twelve South has announced a new and improved version of its height-adjustable iPad stand, the HoverBar Duo. The updated model features a new “QuickSwitch” tab that allows you to quickly switch bases so you can use either a desktop clamp or a larger desktop base. The idea is that you can more easily use your iPad as a fixed desktop (with a wireless keyboard or mouse) or as an additional display. Or you can use it to mount your iPad to make it easier to record selfie-style videos. In addition, the new model is now available in matte white.

Price: 80 dollars


Eve Motion (2nd generation)

Eve motion wireless motion sensor


Eve has introduced an updated version of its HomeKit-enabled motion sensor, the Eve Motion. The big thing about this second-generation model is that it’s the first of its kind to support Thread, which is a low-power mesh networking standard (similar to Zigbee or Z-Wave) that’s designed to make smart home devices work better together. one. It’s also compatible with Matter, the upcoming smart home standard that will bring together gadgets that work with the smart home ecosystems of Apple, Google, Samsung and Amazon.

Price: 40 dollars


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