If you are can’t thinking of ideas for Christmas presents, see if this list of ideas can help you out.
This tech Christmas list will in a different price range for all types of budget you have.
- This newest smartphone from a first-time maker smartphone maker is the Razer Phone.
Razer launched last week the Razer Phone, along with the philosophy of “for gamers, by gamers,” aimed at smartphones created. To appeal to people who love to play games on smartphones.
The Razer Phone comes with a 5.7-inch IGZO LCD screen with a resolution of 1440 x 2560 pixels, a refresh rate of 120Hz, similar to Apple’s latest iPad Pro, Snapdragon 835 chip, 8GB RAM, dual front speakers, Dolby ATMOS support, battery within 4,000mAh. Camera part Dual camera Wide-angle lens f / 1.8 and f / 2.6 zoom lens.
The Razer Phone has the World first screen with a 120Hz screen, the image on the screen is smooth, smooth, no blurring, like a regular screen.
With Dolby ATMOS, enjoy a cinematic sound experience all around you reproduced through front-firing speakers and dual amplifiers. And when you’re listening with headphones, hardware certified by THX guarantees audiophile quality sound for your entertainment.
If you purchase the Razer Phone on Three will also benefit from:
– Go Binge: Streaming of popular TV and music services (including Netflix and Apple Music) without using up your data allowance
– Go Roam: Use your phone abroad at no extra cost in 60 destinations worldwide, including the USA, Australia, Brazil and Indonesia
– 4G at no extra cost where available
Both the black and the limited edition with Razer’s iconic green Triple Headed Snake logo area
|24 month contract pricing|
(all 24 month contracts include all-you-can-eat (AYCE) calls and texts
All contracts come with an upfront cost of £49
2 The Brainwavz BLU-100 boasts style in a wireless Bluetooth capacity, taking audio listening to a whole new exciting level. Enhanced for audio quality and designed for easy mobility, the BLU-100 houses a micro 60mAh battery that will deliver 4 hours of continuous audio playback, 100 hours of standby and can be fully charged in under 2hrs.
With a range of 30ft (10m), you can use the BLU-100 as close or as far away from your audio source with no disruption to audio quality or performance and what’s more no more long cables or tangles!
The light body design, low profile cabling, the remote and comfy fit of the earphones make them versatile while being on the move or being active, allowing for earbuds to stay snug in your ears with no chance of them falling out!
Available from Brainwavaudio for £33.89 or from Amazon UK for £34.50
Hooka, by Brainwavz, is a compact, multi-purpose hanger, made from die-cast aluminium and designed to fit most headphones of any weight. A solid construction means the Hooka won’t lose shape and form whilst holding even the heaviest of headphones.
The specially designed seat on the Hooka can accommodate both small and large headbands, whilst the raised tip will stop headphones falling off.
Solid and dependable, the Hooka attaches to a surface using 3M VHB, a strong double-sided acrylic foam tape that can hold the heaviest of loads. The Hooka’s simple design and durability make it a handy solution for your headphone storage needs.
• Headphone hanger for vertical surfaces
• Holds headphones of any weight without bending or losing its shape
• Made with die-cast aluminium
• Wide seat fits small to large headbands easily
The Brainwavz Hooka the all-metal headphone hanger is available for £13.85 from Amazon UK or www.brainwavzaudio.com
The Bitmore Eye Plus VR headset with built-in crystal clear audio allowing you to listen to and play games, and watch movies in private.
Bundled with 30 days FREE and FULL access to the Fibrum VR platform which has 25+ VR games to choose from.
The VR Eye Plus headset utilises your smartphone, & it is compatible with hundreds of free and inexpensive VR apps available online. So whether you want to watch 3D movies, explore new worlds, play immersive games or you’re just looking for a quick departure from real life’s reality – there’s something for everyone. Included with a Bluetooth Remote Controller to play games and control you’re viewing content without the need to remove your phone from the headset.
Just load up your chosen piece of virtual content, slot your smartphone into the rugged plastic enclosure, put it up to your eyes then adjust the lenses and comfortable head straps to your liking. It’s never been easier (or more affordable) to explore these vivid new environments from the comfort of your living room for yet Amazon UK for £19.99.
and the Stormtrooper (£109.92)
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Now for the newest console on the planet is the Xbox One X for £449.99, the Xbox One X a smaller, sleeker and faster console than the original, it is more powerful than its closest rival, the PS4 Pro, in every major specification.
But what is the Xbox One X?
In a nutshell, it’s a suped-up Xbox One, adding 4K gaming, enhanced performance and a few other bits and bobs. When is it released?The Xbox One X is released worldwide on 7th November 2017.
All of your games and Xbox Game Pass work with an Xbox One X? all Xbox One games (including Xbox One Backward Compatible titles), Xbox Game Pass subscriptions, and accessories will work with an Xbox One X.
With the increased power of Xbox One X, many games will achieve more consistent framerates, faster load times, improved anisotropic filtering, and will run at their peak resolution if the title features dynamic scaling.
Will you need a 4K TV to benefit from the Xbox One X? No. The power provided by the Xbox One X allows developers to use techniques like supersampling, anisotropic filtering, and others to produce a better 1080p image.
Additionally, games will have the ability to run at higher framerates and with faster load times.What is supersampling?
Supersampling is a technique game developers can use to improve graphical fidelity. By utilising the additional power of the Xbox One X, developers can process images at a higher resolution, and then scale them down to fit the display resolution the player is using. Supersampled images reduce aliasing (commonly referred to as “jaggies”) and generally look “cleaner” to the naked eye compared to a non-supersampled image at the same resolution.