Give your tech basics an upgrade with our picks from this week’s Lust List.
There’s a hands-free camera for capturing precious family moments, Samsung’s latest smart watch and the gamer-friendly Asus ROG Phone 5s Pro.
Given up on sleep apps and white noise machines? Muse S has just released it’s high-tech sleep program that’s bound to help you nod off.
Plus Apple’s given the HomePod Mini a cool revamp with brand new colourways.
Check out all of these and more below.
Muse S headband
Digital Sleeping Pills — that’s what Muse calls its new band’s sleep program, which uses EEG tech to chill you out, help you sleep, track your progress and offer up guided meditations through the app.
It’s hard to make phone holders exciting but at least Scosche’s model earns itself numerous brownie points by clipping nicely out of the way on your vents while handily wirelessly charging your iPhone at the same time.
Canon Powershot PX
A smart camera with facial recognition, the Powershot PX pans and tilts, zooms, tracks, snaps and records.
Voice-activated, it’s a hands-free camera set to make grabbing incidental family photos and videos easier than ever.
Tired of the white-and-space-grey colour scheme all over Apple’s bulbous smart speaker? The good news is it’s now been given a multicoloured makeover.
Even better is the news that yellow, orange and blue versions are finally up for grabs.
Acer Aspire Vero
If you like the idea of your portable computer boasting planet-friendly features, how does a laptop crafted from post-consumer recycled (PCR) plastic sound?
Also, Acer will plant 100 trees for every Spin sold.
Asus ROG Phone 5s Pro
The ROG Phone 5s Pro is a gaming beast with best-in-class Snapdragon 888+ power, 512GB storage, a gigantic 6000mAh battery and ridiculously loud front-firing speakers.
Add a rear screen for over-the-top gaming perfection.
Adidas Z.N.E. 01 ANC
Adidas doesn’t just do trainers, it makes headphones too.
Its latest efforts are a pair of wireless buds with active noise-cancelling to block outside racket, while awareness mode lets it back in.
Samsung Galaxy Watch 4
Samsung’s latest watch boasts a sophisticated design, a nifty rotating bezel, clever fitness tracking and a battery that’ll last for up to three days.
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