5 Tech Gadgets You Should Still Own In 2022
For technophiles, it is an agonising dilemma lusting after weird electronic novelties—even if you absolutely don’t need them. And as for those who need them to improve the quality of living, deciding on one amongst the scattered plethora out there requires some level of research. Luckily, we have done the honours of fishing out tech gadgets that suit both the technophiles and the not-so-much.
With the 11.5 millimeters thin iMac, Apple finally offers an iMac with the best camera, microphones, and speakers it has ever made while boasting Touch ID and looking ultra-thin. The iMac with its M1 chipset comes with a splash of new colours that would serve you past 2022 and doing so, colourfully as well.
Samsung Galaxy Z Flip3
Unlike the previous foldables, this could be a viable option. The first few iterations were plagued with reliability issues. Folding the phone into two halves will allow the screen to be split in two, allowing you to, for instance, sit the phone on a table to watch videos.
Good news for people who feel safer with their most prized valuables within arms reach. Introducing the Trova GO+. A smarter, thinner, and pleasant-to-look-at way to safeguard your belongings. An app paired with the portable device allows you to tap your phone on the scanner to open the compartment or you can use biometric security within the app itself.
Shower Power: The Hydropower Shower Speaker AMPERE
Getting this is sure to make peeking through your shower curtains to change tracks a thing of the past. This Bluetooth speaker uses the flow of water to power itself. It literally hydropowers itself. It was manufactured using recycled materials and can hook up to any showerhead. Cool, right?
The Frame QLED 4K Smart TV
The unique feature of the TV is that when you are not watching the it, it displays high-quality artwork and photos. That’s right. While it is not displayed as a TV, you can almost believe that it is an original piece of art. It’s almost indistinguishable from an original canvas or print because it is backlit.