Watch, listen, snap and play – these gadgets are all about expressing yourself in style
SNAP ON TO GAME
Want to enjoy a true gaming experience on the go? Transform your phone into a handheld console with Motorola’s Moto GamePad. It is equipped with a pair of analog control sticks alongside a directional pad, four action buttons, and shoulder button. Compatible with any phone in the Moto Z family, the snap-on gadget comes with its own 1,035 mAh battery that provides up to eight hours of game time. moto.com/my
FREEDOM IN YOUR EARS
The Samsung Gear IconX are cord-free earbuds that provide a secure and comfortable fit for active users. The Running Coach function with voice feedback is available to motivate users based on the pace set, just like a personal fitness coach. Music can be enjoyed on and offline by transferring songs from a Samsung smartphone and computer or via a Bluetooth connection.
The Kodak Mini Shot combines a digital camera and a photo printer in one device. Using 4Pass photo paper, it prints credit card-sized photos taken with the built-in 10MP sensor. The camera has a 1.7” LCD viewfinder, but is small enough that users can carry it around without trouble. Bluetooth connectivity allows it to connect to mobile devices as well.
MARKING A MILESTONE
Casio has collaborated with American artist Eric Haze to design a limited-edition men’s G-Shock watch. The GA-700EH-1A features a brushstroke-inspired, black-and-white colour scheme, signature star on the tip of the band and Haze’s logo engraved on the back of the case. The partnership between the two marks the 35th anniversary of G-Shock this year.