Sony, Vivo, Garmin, Motorola, as well as JBL, among others, released a new line of smartphones, smart TVs Sony Bravia X75K 4K TV, headphones, and other products this week (May 2-8).
The latest prominent personal technology goods are listed in DH’s Gadgets Weekly edition to keep you up to date on everything happening in the world of consumer electronics.
Sony Bravia X75K 4K Ultra HD LED TV
It has a smooth surface bezel and a simple appearance. The new TV delivers natural colour contrast and exquisite details thanks to the X1 4K processor and Live Color technology.
It has the X-Reality PRO as well as Motionflow XR features. Which provides good 4K picture quality and a bright and smooth watching experience. 4K X-Reality PRO, according to the firm, uses a proprietary 4K database to upscale photos shot in 2K and even full HD to close to 4K resolution.
The smart TV can produce and insert new frames between the original ones using the unique Motionflow XR technology. It determines the split second of missing action in the sequences by comparing important visual characteristics on successive frames. Some versions also include blur-free black-frame insertion.
In addition, the new Sony TV includes a powerful computer model that can analyse and adjust for speaker response inconsistencies. It accomplishes this by more precisely “sampling” the speaker frequency. This data is fed back to cancel out any peaks or dips in the speaker’s natural response. Resulting in clean, natural sound with smooth, even frequency reproduction.
It has dual speakers with Dolby Audio that offer a powerful 20-watt sound. The open baffle speakers produce powerful low-end sound, making them excellent for movies, sports, and music.
It features X-Protection PRO technology and offers greater dust and humidity protection, as well as passing Sony’s lightning testing, ensuring that your TV is protected from lightning strikes as well as power surges.
It works with Apple AirPlay 2 and HomeKit and enables Google TV voice search powered by Google Assistant. For Rs 55,990 and Rs 66,990, It is providing the Sony Bravia X75K 4K TV Ultra HD LED TV in two sizes: KD-43X75K (43-inch) and KD-50X75K (50-inch).
Garmin vívomove sport
It has a chemically enhanced glass OLED display. Also, a fiber-reinforced polymer case with a 5ATM rating. Which means it can withstand water pressure up to 50 metres. Black, cocoa, cool mint, and ivory are the colours available.
Garmin Elevate wrist heart rate monitor, read respiration rate (24/7), Pulse Ox Blood Oxygen saturation, body battery energy monitor, all-day Stress, sleep, hydration, and track women’s health are only some of the functions.
It has an accelerometer and an ambient light sensor, as well as the ability to track 10 timed activities and 14 days of activity data. It can last for five days on a full charge. The price of it is Rs 18,990.
It has Active Noise Cancellation and JBL Pure Bass, both of which guarantee good sound quality and a seamless, wireless experience. Also, keeps the predecessor’s stick form size and includes four microphones for crisp and clear calls.
It does, however, come with new silicone tips for a more snug fit and improved bass performance. It is expected to last close to 40 hours, and the fast charge option will allow customers to listen for an hour after only 10 minutes of charging.
The JBL Headphones App can control the Tune 230 NC TWS. Allowing users to explore a variety of features and customise their headphones. Such as choosing their own Equalizer, Music or Video mode, activating or deactivating Active Noise Cancellation, Ambient Aware, Talk-through, and many other options. It is priced at Rs 5,999.
Fujitsu CH series notebook
It has a 13.3-inch wide viewing display with a maximum brightness of 400 nits and Dirac sound tuning technology. It has a USB Type C Thunderbolt connector output. Which should enable an 8K display of the computer’s video (HDMI output supports 4K display).
Furthermore, the notebook can start up almost instantly after pressing the power button. The notebooks include a substantial SSD storage capacity for images and videos, as well as the ability to instantly launch browsers and Office applications.
It is equipped with an Intel Core i5-1135G7 chipset. It has four cores and eight threads for a pleasant user experience. The CH series also includes a full-size high-performance keyboard in a small package. The keystroke is roughly 1.7 mm and the key pitch is around 19 mm. The keys have a spherical cylindrical keytop that matches the curvature of the fingers ergonomically, as well as a stepped design that reduces the number of errors for easy text entering.
It is available in two display options: an IGZO panel for Rs 69,990 and an OLED screen for Rs 73,990.
Crossbeats ignite LYT watch
It has a lightweight design and a 1.69-inch LCD screen with 2.5D curvature curved corners. Also, includes an IP68-certified waterproof smartwatch that offers up to 15 days of battery life on a single charge.
It has an accurate SpO2 tracker for monitoring oxygen levels, as well as real-time heart rate tracking and 24-hour data records. There’s also a multi-sports mode, a sleep tracker with a 7-day sleep data log, a theatre mode, and DND (Do Not Disturb) settings. The price is $1,999.
Motorola Revou 2 smart TV
The new Motorola TV is available in 32-inch, 40-inch, and 43-inch HD/full High Definition (FHD) sizes. With prices starting at Rs 13,999. Also on Flipkart, the Ultra High Definition (UHD) range will be provided in 43-inch, 50-inch, and 55-inch sizes. With pricing starting at Rs 26,999.
They include the Auto Low Latency Mode (ALLM). It guarantees lag-free viewing and makes watching sports and fast action entertainment more enjoyable. The Motion Estimation & Motion Compensation (MEMC) technology also lowers blur and keeps movement smooth. Ensuring that fast-moving pictures, such as those seen during athletic events, stay seamless.
All new TVs include 24W speakers as well as the latest MediaTek Quadcore processor featuring dedicated GPU and 2GB RAM. They run on the Android 11 platform as well as provide a full home entertainment experience. Including unified access to a variety of content across apps and a variety of functions.
In addition, the UHD TV models have a reduced blue light feature with multiple modes that can be adjusted to match the lighting in the room. There’s also an Advanced Eye Safe setting that allows for long-term viewing enjoyment.