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Leica’s new TL2 mirrorless system camera comes with a 24MP CMOS sensor in APS-C format. In combination with the Maestro II image processor, it offers outstanding picture quality with impressive dynamic range, contrast, colour rendition, sharpness and resolution. An integrated Wi-Fi module allows pictures and videos to be conveniently transferred to other connected devices.
From Up High
The Spark from DJI is a pocket camera drone that is designed to be the perfect lifestyle accessory. It fits easily in almost any bag and weighs just 300g – less than a can of a soft drink. Housing a 12MP camera with a 1/2.3” CMOS sensor, the gadget can be launched within seconds and is easily operated by a remote controller, a mobile device or hand gestures.
Music Without Limits
Keep the music going on any terrain with Sony’s waterproof and dustproof wearable WS623 Walkman. It has an ergonomic, slim and light design that stays in place no matter the movement. Equipped with Bluetooth wireless technology, users can have the option of streaming music from their smartphones using near-field communication one-touch pairing or just store up to 16GB of audio within.
Safe & Secure
Targus has unveiled a line-up of tablet cases designed for the 10.5-inch and the 12.9-inch iPad Pro. VersaVu has reinforced corners, with patented 360-degree trays that rotate easily between portrait and landscape views. Pro-Tek, on the other hand, is easy to grip and water-resistant with a reassuring magnetic closure to keep the screen protected. Both apparently provide military-grade protection for drops of up to 4ft.
All In One
The Huawei Watch 2 combines the connectivity of a smartphone and capability of a fitness tracker in one. Powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon Wear 2100 processor, it has independent connectivity with its own SIM slot. The watch’s 420mAh optimised battery features a longer life, which has been able to last up to two days with regular use.
Designed with Android Wear 2.0 running inside its 42mm case, Louis Vuitton’s Tambour Horizon can pair with up-to-date Android phones and iPhones. The smartwatch features two exclusive travel-centric apps. The first, My Flight, allows wearers to link up all their air travel info in a single app, and the second, City Guide, provides approved tips and recommendations upon landing.