This is a weekly feature where we round up some of the great gear, gadgets, and hardware we’ve covered in the past week.
November already, damn. Got that impending doom feeling from another year ending? Don’t worry, there’s plenty of stuff out there for you to buy to banish that feeling.
We really loved this drone. Having something that can fly itself and film you just feels… futuristic.
It was a busy week if you’re an Apple fan. The company held its October Special Event and announced a raft of great new gear.
Like the Mac Mini? Well now there’s a new Mac Mini.
Dig the Macbook Air? You’re in luck – there’s a fresh one.
Fan of the iPad Pro? We’ve got you.
These days we all need a streaming device attached to our TVs. I mean, how else are we meant to watch Netflix?
Well, Amazon’s just released its Fire TV Stick 4K and it’s a cracker.
KEF’s LS50W speakers have a special place in many audiophile’s hearts for their incredible sound and connectivity options. Unfortunately, they cost $2,200.
Luckily for those of us who are a bit financially challenged, KEF is releasing a new series of speakers: the LSX. These are a smaller and cheaper version of the famous LS50W.
The LSX might not be as loud, but they sure do sound great. Check out what we thought of them here.
We played with the wired version of Google’s earbuds and came away impressed.
Not only do they have great sound, but they’re easily the best headset to use Google Assistant with. Oh, and they’re only $30!
Check out our review here.
Deals, deals, deals!
Each day, we connect a famous historical event with an awesome product you can buy. Let’s see what was on the table this week.
Hope you enjoyed Plugged’s gadget gush – stay tuned for more awesome gear and hardware!
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