5 cool new gadgets to keep on your radar

This week there were rumors that TikTok was working on a music streaming service rival the likes of Spotify and Apple Music. The next iPhone 14 Pro is expected to have a new always-on screen. Apple has confirmed that yours Studio Display may have a problem with its speaker (but there is a solution). And Google rolled out a design update to Gmail, which you may or may not like.

There were also some new gadgets that were announced. Here’s what you need to know.

Pro-Ject X1 B and X2 B

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Pro-Ject announced two high fidelity turntables this week, the X1 B And X2B, which are newer versions of the Austrian hi-fi manufacturer’s existing X1 and X2 turntables, but also with “truly balanced connections”. (The “B” stands for “balance.”) In fact, these are the company’s first turntables with fully balanced mini XLR outputs. This, in a nutshell, means that these gorgeous turntables are specifically designed to better eliminate unwanted noise.

Price: $ 1,299 – 1,699


Insta360 link

insta360 webcam link


Insta360 Link is a new webcam that promises similar AI-based panning and zooming capabilities that are built into the webcam of Apple’s latest MacBook, iPad and Studio Display, only it is capable of delivering them in true 4k resolution. It accomplishes this by placing a fancy webcam on top of a gimbal, which can rotate, tilt, and track your movements to keep you focused and framed.

Price: $ 300


USB-C connectable vameter 3

USB connectable c


The Vameter 3 is a cute little gadget. It is a power meter that acts as a link between a device that accepts USB-C charging (such as a laptop or smartphone) and a USB-C charging cable. Once connected, it will show you how much power, in volts, amps and watts, is being transferred to your device. Plugable has already made these power meters, but this is the first to reach up to 240 watts (although no current laptop or smartphone can even accept that much power).

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Price: $ 30


JLab Open Sport

jlab earphones


The JLab Open Sport are wireless earphones with a unique modular design. They come with two types of attachments. One is a pair of ear hooks that allow you to wear Open Sport as training-focused earbuds that wrap around your ear. The second is a pair of clips that can be attached to a pair of glasses (or sunglasses), which may be a more comfortable way to wear them for you.

Price: $ 80


HyperDrive Thunderbolt 4 power hub

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Hyper’s all-new power hub is unique because it’s the first to have a built-in gallium nitride (GaN) charger. This allows one of its four Thunderbolt 4 ports to deliver up to 96 watts of power to your laptop, which is more than it would likely require. Plus, it’s a very small power hub (again, thanks to GaN technology) also designed to space out your MacBook’s gray finish. It is now available on Kickstarter.

Price: $ 179 (Kickstarter)


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