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Another month, another list of top picks

by Grace Sundram

Whether you’re looking for a new phone, tablet or even a new pair of earphones  — we got it all covered.

Xiaomi Mi TV Stick


Comes in a small size, the Mi TV Stick can help brighten the environment and is highly portable. Not just that you can also control your TV as it also embeds with the latest version of Chromecast. Forget about cables, just plug the stick into the TV and it will instantly switch into a smart TV.

Sudio ETT


This active noise cancelling earbuds creates a seamless transition from music to phone calls without any hassle. Compatible with both Android and iOS, the ETT is made to face all kinds of conditions. Plus making it simpler than ever, it even comes with wireless charging and can last up to 30hours of playing.

MSI Prestige 14 A10RB


It comes with an all-aluminium chassis making the laptop look absolutely expensive and classy. The Prestige 15 comes with two USB 2.0 ports and 2 USB-C 3.1 ports with both being able to support Thunderbolt3. This 14” laptop comes with a display panel that covers 100% of the sRGB colour space.

Klipsch T5 II True Wireless Sport McLaren Edition


As the McLaren F1 team’s official headphone partner, the T5 II is a huge competitor to the latest Airpods Pro. One of the key features of these headphones is that it comes with 24 hours of battery life and transparency mode. The sleek design features the iconic Papaya Orange and fibre accents that resemble the actual McLaren cars.

LG GX Soundbar


It pairs perfectly with the GX Gallery OLED tv’s, LG’s newest soundbar is made for everyone to enjoy a unique home entertainment experience as if it is in the cinema. Its advanced features and aesthetics don’t just complement the brand’s televisions but it also offers lossless playback at 24bit/96kHz with greater vibrancy and nuance as well.

Samsung Odyssey G9


This 5120×1440 gaming monitor comes with a 240Hz refresh rate and 1ms response time. Comes with curved screen technology, it fills your peripheral vision and makes you feel like you’re one with the game. On top of that, the Infinity Core Lighting Design comes in 5 different modes that radiate a glow.

Canon EOS R5


With its breakthrough technologies and features, the all-new EOS R5 comes with a full-frame mirrorless interchangeable-lens for the first time. Not just that, it even has the ability to record 8K videos at a smooth 30fps with full sensor readout. The EOS R5 also features a 45-megapixel full-frame CMOS sensor that is approaching medium-format resolution territory.

Tronsmart Onyx Ace


The Onyx Ace can last up to 5 hours on a single charge to 24 hours with a charging case. Perfect for those gym enthusiasts, it features IPX5 sweatproof that is against all splashes and rain. The best part of it all, it is able to activate voice access and is compatible with all devices. You can get Siri or Google Assistant with just a tap.

Realme X50 Pro


Featuring the 7nm Octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 with A77 performance cores, be sure to go through a seamless gaming experience. This new generation of 5G flagship phone has 12GB + 256 GB supported and helps reduce power consumption as well.

Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 Lite


This super lightweight note-taking tablet is the perfect companion as it comes with a large 10.4-inch display. So slim you can easily slip into a small tote bag without any hassle. Altogether, the tablet comes with S Pen, making your drawings and writing simple and easier.

Fires At Midnight


Nothing beats games that are story-based and with this new interactive narrative game, you get to pick your own journey and experience. This Malaysian indie game developer, Persona Theory Games tackles the matter of mental health and suicide in Fires at Midnight.

Garmin Venu


This attractive 2-in-1 smartwatch and fitness tracker comes with a 20 preloaded GPS that can last up to 6 hours with music. You can record all of your moves with its indoor sports apps and download music to your watch. An easy guide to follow animated workouts that will appear on the watch screen.

Picture by Andrew Mantarro

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