Hottest Tech Gadgets that will Drive you Crazy


hottest tech gadgets

Inventors and gadget companies keep bringing up new technology gadgets on the market to add convenience to our daily lives. Here is a list of the best and latest new tech gadgets you need to watch out for.

Sony FX3

A close up of a camera

Sony’s FX3 is the smallest, cheapest cinema camera the company has ever made. It’s built for filmmakers, rather than photographers, so it can handle recording ultra HD video at 120fps for long periods.

It comes bundled with a handle that’s ideal for shooting from low angles and it adds extra sockets for plugging in different audio inputs. There’s also in-body image stabilisation for when you’re “running and gunning”.

The camera will also play nice with Sony’s yet-to-be-released Airpeak drone. At 715g, it’s a bit too bulky to fit in your pocket, but it’s light enough and small enough to take wherever you go. Keep an eye out for it in the hands of your favourite YouTuber soon.

Gouthwaite Backpack 23L

A person using a laptop computer sitting on top of a table

The brand behind this roll top bag is called Bear and its founders have a mission: to get more people outside to talk about their mental health. Sales from each bag will be funding free outdoor workshops from fly fishing to foraging to off-road cycling. Shoppers just have to sign up to their mailing list to find out when courses start.

In the meantime, while we’re all stuck mostly indoors, Bear will donate 10 per cent of sales to The Outward Bound Trust. On top of that, the company is carbon negative, relying on recyclable, fossil fuel-free materials where possible and carbon-offsetting the rest.

The actual bags are pretty smart too. There’s a quick release buckle holding the top together, which is the same one used by the rescue services, and the waxed canvas is made in Scotland without the use of PFCs (the chemicals typically used in waterproof coatings) which can wash off materials and end up in waterways.

Xbox Wireless Headset

The new official gaming headset for the Xbox Series X and S packs in a lot of features without costing a small fortune, and for once, it won’t make you look like an extra in a Tron film.

The cans are kitted out with the latest surround sound (Windows Sonic, Dolby Atmos and DTS) so that you can really hear those footsteps creeping up behind you. There’s a smart, retractable microphone inside, which can isolate your speech and tune down background noise.

Plus, It offers an auto-mute option, which turns off the mic when you’re done speaking: no more accidental heavy breathing over comms. We’ll have to reserve full judgement until we can get a pair on our ears, but it looks like this could be the smart way to get immersive sound on your Xbox.

Transparent Speakers

Apart from public toilets, there are few things in life that aren’t made better by being see-through. Case in point, this speaker that replaces its housing with tempered glass.

Its creator, the Swedish design studio Transparent, says that its speakers use durable, recyclable materials. Each of the devices can be used alone as a Bluetooth speaker, paired together as a stereo sound system, or plugged into existing audio equipment.

It’s upgradeable too, with a compartment at the rear that can hold and power various modules – a voice assistant, for example, or new wireless tech.

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