The world of science and tech is moving faster than ever before. That’s where we come in.
Our team has rifled through the latest product launches and tested out the newest gear to bring you this list of the most exciting, new gadgets out now.
Whether you’re looking for the perfect science and tech gifts, want to upgrade your smart home, or build a killer sound system, this is the perfect place to start.
Offering up a hard-to-beat balance of features, design, ease of use, and performance, the Sonos Arc, the company’s first Atmos soundbar, is an easy product to love.
There are very few soundbars out there that do so much so well. In fact, it’s our pick for the best soundbar.
No matter what you’re watching, it sounds superb. There’s a stunning clarity to dialogue, a fullness to bass, and stacks of detail across the frequency range.
But when you listen to an Atmos soundtrack, you really hear the added breadth and depth you’d expect from a more immersive
3D soundstage, with sound effects that are placed precisely around and above you, delivered by the Arc’s carefully angled drivers.
Studies show fitness watches can make it easier to keep fit. Health tech company Withings has been making great-looking, fitness monitoring gadgets for years and their latest watch is no exception.
The ScanWatch’s traditional clockface hides some of the most advanced tech we’ve seen in a smartwatch yet.
The medical-grade ECG and oximeter take continual readings to provide a measure of the health of your heart and respiratory system.
It’s looking for signals that might suggest you suffer from arrhythmia or apnoea, conditions that affect millions of Brits and for a large number of people go undiagnosed.
It’s also got automatic activity detection onboard, which’ll spot what type of exercise you’re doing and GPS to log the routes you take for apps like Strava.
Withings say its watch is water-resistant up to 50 meters deep and so it’ll handle a dip in the pool or, in our case, the sink.
We’ve grown to love Apple’s smartwatch. It’s not just a great fitness tracker, it’s that rarest of things: a piece of tech that can actually change your life.
The multitude of sensors on-board means the wristwatch can track your heart rhythm and it logs the data on your phone.
If it spots any irregularities, it’ll suggest you take a trip to the doctor, who can take a look at ECGs recorded by the watch.
The Apple Watch will also keep an eye out if you fall or your pulse stops and alert emergency services if something’s awry.
There are other variables it’ll track like your sleep, blood oxygen saturation, and even heart rate variability, which scientists think could be a good indicator of your overall wellbeing.
Similarly, Apple watches are being trialled as a means of remotely tracking the condition of patients with chronic conditions like asthma and heart disease and it’s even being deployed by
the University of Washington’s School of Medicine to find out if it can predict the onset of flu or COVID-19 before a patient is aware of symptoms
Resolution: Full HD (1920 x 1080) | Refresh Rate: 50 hertz
Connectivity: 2 HDMI ports to connect a set-top box, Blu Ray players, gaming console | 1 USB ports to connect hard drives and other USB devices
Sound: 20 Watts Output | 2.0 Ch Speaker| DTS Virtual:X | Clear Voice III | Sound Type: Down Firing | Optical Sound Sync
Smart TV Features: WebOS Smart TV, Unlimited OTT App Support, LG Content Store, Home Dashboard, Mini TV-Browser,
Cloud Photos & Videos, Multi-Tasking, Screen Mirroring, Office 365, Wi-Fi
Display: Active HDR | Display Type: Flat | BackLight Module: Slim LED
Warranty Information: 1 Year LG India Comprehensive Warranty and additional 1-year Warranty is applicable on panel/module from the date of purchase