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Gadgets4Geeks – May 2019

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Wireless charging for gaming controllers

Powercast’s Wireless Charging Grips are apparently the world’s first genuinely wireless rechargeable consumer gaming product. The grips employ Powercast’s PowerHarvester receiver to harness power sent over the air by PowerSpot radio frequency wireless power transmitter. When placed into the Wireless Charging Grips, the Nintendo Joy-Con controllers connect to the battery embedded in the grips and automatically recharge their internal battery as required. When the user has finished gaming, they simply set the grips down in front of the PowerSpot transmitter to automatically recharge the battery within.

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Revolutionising the traditional flipchart

With the Samsung FL!P, Samsung has done for the flipchart and whiteboard what smartphones did for landlines – retaining the basic function but adding incredible convenience, efficiency and functionality. Samsung Flip’s connectivity empowers a fully synchronised, user-friendly collaborative experience. It includes a dedicated HDMI port for seamless connectivity with user’s personal devices. Featuring a versatile pivot mode and ergonomic stand, each Flip display can configure to a portrait or landscape orientation to match your needs. InGlass technology ensures real-time feedback and speeds without delay. This allows users to experience smooth writing or drawing, equivalent to that of working on traditional paper.

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Smartphone that won’t break bank

LG’s new K40 consumer-friendly smartphone is designed for those seeking advanced mobile devices without compromising usability. The device boasts premium features and stylish design without breaking the bank. The mid-range phone offers large, high-quality displays and AI-powered functionality with an HD+ FullVision display, 5,7-inch. It also offers DTS: X 3D surround sound delivered through quality earphones, and convincingly simulates a 7.1-channel surround sound system. To maximise everyday usability, battery life and camera performance have been maximised.

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Enter the world of 4K video

With a new 4K sensor, the Canon Legria HF G50 captures outstanding levels of detail in 4K or full HD with 4K oversampling – making this camcorder ideal for those looking to take their first steps into the world of 4K video, reliving their captured action in fantastic resolution. The Legria HF G50 with its 20x wide-angle zoom lens and f/1.8 – f/2.8 maximum aperture, offers greater control over depth of field and excellent low-light capability, resulting in clearer and more vibrant content.  The customisable settings empower video enthusiasts to mould the device to their own shooting preferences.

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