By THE NATION
The retro-design Klipsch the Three wireless speaker has a real wood veneer and it spuncopper switches and knobs. It produces 60 watts of power and up to 106dB of acoustic output, combining a 5.25-inch subwoofer and two 21/4-inch fullrange drivers. USB play is possible for multiroom Wi-Fi. The suggested retail price is Bt18,900.
Zen Pro for just Bt8,000
The latest smartphone from Asus, the ZenFone 4 Max Pro, can function as a power bank with its 5,000mAh battery, recharging other mobile devices at double the usual speed. The 5.5-inch display packs 720x1280pixel resolution. You have a duallens 16MP rear camera and 16MP selfie camera. All this, with 3GB of RAM and 32GB of storage, is powered by a Snapdragon 430 octacore processor. Expect to pay Bt7,990.
Channel that music
The Muso Qb compact wireless music system offers 300 watts of amplifier output from one woofer, a pair of midrange drivers, two tweeters and two passive radiators. It supports Bluetooth playback, AirPlay, Spotify and multiroom streaming and comes with an Internet radio function. It can be used with a LAN port or Wi-Fi connection. It retails for Bt43,800.
Sleek silver for XT2
The Fujifilm XT2 advanced mirrorless interchangeable-lens camera now comes in graphic silver and with Version 2.10 firmware. It’s treated with layers of coating and triple-baked to produce an elegant, tactile finish. Inside is a 24-megapixel XTrans CMOS III image sensor, outside a three-inch LCD screen. ISO sensitivity of up to 51,200 is possible. The body along costs Bt66,990. With an 1855mm kit lens, it’s Bt69,990.
Sprocket in your pocket
With the HP Sprocket Photo Printer, you can easily print 2x3-inch photos on the go from your phone connected via Bluetooth. You use HP’s Sprocket App to edit and print shots to share, at 313x400dpi resolution. The printer is only 7.5x11.6x2.3cm and 172 grams. The builtin battery is 500mAh LiPolymer battery. Bt5,380 is the going rate.