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3 cool new gadgets to keep you on your radar

Check here for the latest and greatest product releases A complete collection of the best new gear.

This week, Apple rolled out several important software updates to various devices.of get an apple watch Two long-awaited running functions. free formis the first app of its kind to create a digital whiteboard that many people (ideally a team) can contribute to, and it’s officially released on iPhone, iPad, and Mac. and a new “recognize my voice This feature allows Apple TV to recognize up to six different voices, making it easier for different family members to use their voices for profile switching and custom “Hey Siri” searches. Outside of Apple, Sonos Critical software update And Tidal started testing New DJ features.

With the end of the year approaching, there weren’t many new gadget releases this week. But there were some. Here’s what you should know:

DJI Mini 3


of DJI Mini 3 Pro — A drone with many of the same advanced flight and shooting capabilities as the company’s mid-range Mavic Air 2, but packaged in a much smaller 249-gram size (so it doesn’t require a permit to fly) — this year First announced. More than half a year later, DJI has released a more affordable version.

The “non-pro” DJI Mini 3 looks basically the same, but is more difficult to fly because it doesn’t have the same object avoidance sensors. It also doesn’t support the same advanced shooting features. One of them, ActiveTrack, allows the drone to lock onto a subject and keep it continuously in frame during flight. On the plus side, the new DJI Mini 3 is $200 cheaper than his DJI Mini 3 Pro.

price: $469

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LG UltraGear OLED (27GR95QE)



The LG UltraGear OLED (27GR95QE) is one of the most talked about gaming monitors this year. This is a 27-inch monitor with an OLED panel, 2,560 x 1440 resolution, 240Hz native refresh rate, 0.03ms response time, and 98.5% coverage of the DCI-P3 color gamut.

Optimized for Xbox Series X and PS5 consoles thanks to two HDMI 2.1 ports, but also suitable for PCs as it supports both AMD FreeSync Premium and Nvidia G-Sync technology. The LG UltraGear OLED was technically announced earlier this fall, but LG finally announced its pricing this week.

price: $999

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native union belt cable duo



Native Union has launched a new charging cable with a distinctive braided design. However, the Belt Cable Duo is different as it is his one cable for USB-C and one for his Lightning head with his unique “dual head” design. This means you can charge your gadgets via USB-C or Lighting, making him twice as versatile as other cables. Unfortunately, it is not possible to charge two devices at the same time. Available in several different colors.

price: $50

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