Awesome tech devices made for those always on-the-go
Track Your Dives
New from Suunto is the Eon Core compact dive computer with a large colour display. It offers modern features like mobile connectivity, wireless tank pressure transmission, updatable software and a rechargeable battery. By connecting to the Suunto Movescount app, users can change their settings, keep a diving diary and share pictures of underwater adventures.
Touch & Turn
Fossil’s range of smartwatches has received a new addition. The Q Control sports a touch-sensitive bezel, allowing for easy navigation through its various interfaces. Other specifications include a Qualcomm Snapdragon Wear 2100 processor, 768MB of RAM, 4GB of internal storage and Android Wear 2.0, as well as water resistance of up to 50m.
Data on The Go
The portable Western Digital My Cloud Home is a personal storage device that connects directly to a home’s Wi-Fi router. By backing up and syncing content wirelessly from various devices (mobile phones and personal computers), it can then be accessed anywhere and anytime by just connecting to an internet connection.
Go for Silver
Leica has unveiled a silver version of its high-performance compact camera with full-frame sensor and fast prime lens. The Leica Q’s top plate and baseplate have been anodised and the rear shell has the refined look of classic black paint. It is complemented by engravings of the feet scale and focal length numbers on the lens in a shade of red, which contrasts beautifully against the classic look.