Quadcopter DJI Mavic Pro

Not even a week pass­es between the announce­ments of dif­fer­ent com­pa­nies about the cre­ation of the small­est quad­copter, 4K quad­copter, quad­copter with live stream … And ear­li­er, the small­er the size of the device, the low­er was the qual­i­ty of the video that was obtained from it. But the Mav­ic Pro has changed the game. DJI Mav­ic Pro is ready to offer pic­ture qual­i­ty, a capa­cious bat­tery, dis­tance and every­thing that was pre­vi­ous­ly only avail­able in large quad­copters. The Mav­ic Pro con­troller is about the size of an iPhone 6 and fea­tures an LCD dis­play so you can con­trol the quad­copter with­out an app. Those who still pre­fer the app can sync it to their Mav­ic via Wi-Fi.

In addi­tion, the Mav­ic Pro offers video sta­bi­liza­tion, reach­es speeds of 40 mph and ranges up to 7 km. Thus, it is ahead of the pre­vi­ous flag­ship from DJI Phan­tom 4. Mav­ic Pro is an excel­lent quad­copter, the price of which fluc­tu­ates around 100k. It allows you to shoot high-qual­i­ty pho­tos and videos and will be a good pur­chase for pho­tog­ra­phers, cam­era­men or reporters.

Polaroid Zip Pocket Printer

Polaroid Zip looks like a small box, slight­ly larg­er than a deck of cards, and its weight is only 186 grams. The pock­et print­er syncs with iOS or Android smart­phones via Blue­tooth and prints small, bor­der­less pho­tos.

The only but­ton is on/off, and the only port is micro-USB charg­ing. The print­er uses Pola­toid Zink tech­nol­o­gy, that is, it prints with­out ink. There­fore, pho­tographs do not need time to devel­op. The print­er can be con­trolled via a smart­phone app that includes basic fil­ters and where cap­tions and stick­ers can be added. Polaroid allows you to take pho­tos for doc­u­ments, col­lages and more. In short, the Polaroid Zip is a great, handy and com­pact print­er, per­fect for enter­tain­ment, a gift, or just a fun gad­get at a price of about 10,000 rubles. The main thing — do not for­get to buy pho­to paper.

Samsung Gear VR 2016

Vir­tu­al real­i­ty glass­es in 2016 began to gain par­tic­u­lar pop­u­lar­i­ty and one of the most wor­thy exam­ples is the Sam­sung Gear VR based on Ocu­lus. It was announced at the same time as the infa­mous Sam­sung Galaxy Note 7, how­ev­er, received much more pos­i­tive reviews.

Gear VR are wire­less glass­es that sync with your smart­phone. They are dis­tin­guished by con­ve­nience and ease of set­up and con­ve­nience. Priced around the same range as their pre­vi­ous mod­el, but com­ple­ment­ed by a large library of free and low-cost apps. In addi­tion, the prob­lem of lens fog­ging has been solved in this mod­el. The body of the glass­es is com­plete­ly plas­tic, with con­trol but­tons (pow­er on and Ocu­lus Home). You can also use a blue­tooth gamepad with the Gear VR. Sam­sung Gear VR is an excel­lent and afford­able device that allows you to expe­ri­ence vir­tu­al real­i­ty for your­self.

Google Daydream View

Google Day­dream View came out a lit­tle lat­er than Sam­sung Gear VR and instant­ly com­pet­ed with it. Day­dream turns any Android smart­phone into a vir­tu­al real­i­ty head­set, all at a very afford­able price. These gog­gles come with a remote con­trol and this is what sets the Day­dream apart from the com­pe­ti­tion.

Anoth­er impor­tant dif­fer­ence is that the glass­es from Google are sheathed in fab­ric, which is a def­i­nite plus in terms of com­fort dur­ing use, although, in the­o­ry, this can also threat­en the smart­phone over­heat­ing and, as a result, a decrease in per­for­mance.

Reviews about Google Day­dream, how­ev­er, are pos­i­tive: the glass­es do not spoil the hair­style, they can be worn with ordi­nary glass­es, and the video is very sta­ble. The only minus noticed is that some­times glass­es let light through, so they are rec­om­mend­ed to be used in the dark.

Google Day­dream costs around 5,000 rubles.

Apple Watch 2

Apple is devel­op­ing new devices at such a pace that no list of gad­gets would be com­plete with­out the new 2016 Apple Watch 2. This smart­watch tra­di­tion­al­ly improves on the qual­i­ties of the pre­vi­ous mod­el, such as per­for­mance. The sec­ond edi­tion of the watch offers an improved OS, a GPS track­er, a brighter dis­play, bet­ter per­for­mance, and can with­stand up to 50 meters of salt or fresh water. Ide­al for ath­letes and swim­mers, this watch is back with Apple’s icon­ic design and a wide range of inter­change­able straps. Of course, you still need an iPhone to use the Apple Watch.

Along with Apple Watch 2, Watch OS3 was also pre­sent­ed, which offers many new fea­tures — the Home app for a smart home, stick­ers for Mes­sages, back­ground apps, etc. In a word, as always, Apple lovers will have some­thing to have fun with Apple Watch 2.

Gator Caref Watch 2 — Children’s smart watch

The pecu­liar­i­ty of these watch­es is that they have the func­tions of a phone and a GPS track­er. That is why they are ide­al for chil­dren who are too ear­ly to buy a smart­phone. The watch is com­pat­i­ble with Android and iOS, can receive mes­sages and make calls to emer­gency con­tacts. Charg­ing can with­stand 57 hours, which allows you not to recharge the watch con­stant­ly. In addi­tion, the watch is water-resis­tant and equipped with an SOS but­ton, which is use­ful not only for a child, but also for an adult. Func­tions, appear­ance, inter­change­able straps and light­ness — per­haps these are the main advan­tages of this watch.


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