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Engadget’s product reviews this week run the game from ear to ear to e readers. Billy Steele watched Beats Fit Pro and loved them for their versatility and deep voice. Next, a few things are known to fans of photography: Steve Dent re-examined the Panasonic GH5 II to see the difference a new processor could make, while Mat Smith used the Sony Xperia 1 III and added that the oblong mobile phone has a lot of impressive features. the shape of the camera to give. Finally, Nathan Ingraham reviewed the Kindle Paperwhite Signature Edition, which impressed him.
Billy Steele loves the parallels of this new culture Beat Fits Pro earplugs. These are the actual new wireless pages on the company list and have a few modifications with flexible wings, which bend to fit most ears. Billy says this thing helped keep the leaves in place and didn’t notice them in his ears. In addition to the hardware upgrades, the ears also feature anti-noise barrier (ANC), adjustable EQ and listening location, as well as other iOS-integrated features that make them an ideal accessory for iPhone users.
The $ 200 Beat Fits Pro also has IPX4, and their wings make them extremely safe during exercise. The changes the company made to the sound record were immediately recognized according to Billy, who also mentioned punchier bass with deeper depth, more audio space and other features as well as lower volume. The pages have the same H1 device found in the AirPods Pro, allowing them to access items such as a single touch and Siri handsless. But Beats Fit Pro had no problem: Billy encountered a number of buttons by accident and did not support wireless charging. But it still offers good looks, sound and systems, which makes them a solid alternative to AirPods Pro.
The Kindle Paperwhite Signature Edition is better than ever
Nathan Ingraham knows that an e-reader is not a tool that many people raise frequently. However, the larger 6.8-inch screen, smaller bezels, 17 LED backlight, USB-C charger and 32GB storage make adjustments, and thanks to both, Nathan makes a phone call. Kindle Paperwhite Signature Edition the best e-reader ever used. The extra LEDs emit a warm glow that is supposed to reduce eye strain at night, and Nathan says this was his new favorite thing on the device. He also said that hardware changes to the bezels and windows helped to make this sound like a valuable tool.
The latest Kindle can also change backlights to reduce nighttime stress, plus it has wireless wires and doesn’t show ads on the lock. Like previous versions, the Signature Edition is waterproof, can play audiobooks using Bluetooth and has a battery life that lasts for several weeks. But it comes at $ 190, which is $ 50 more than the standard Kindle Paperwhite. Nathan points out that for most people, additional storage is not worth the extra money – unless you plan to download more Sound Effects on your e-reader.
Steve Dent got a lot of likes Panasonic GH5 II. The refurbished design still has the same 20-megapixel Micro Four Thirds sensor, as well as a 3.68 million drop-in display and .76x magnification. The body armor is similar to the more efficient, clearer adjustments as well as smaller but brighter backlinks. However, the new model camera has a faster and more refreshing processor at 120Hz. The chip helps to adjust AI autofocus, which can now double the speed of face-to-face and face-off remote control.
Steve also loved the food menus on the GH5 II, which has a variety of colors and a tab to help you find what you’re looking for. Panasonic has also retained the information panel, which displays the necessary settings gradually. Another change comes in the form of fixed image motion, which now provides up to 6.5 EV of shock absorber protection. As a result, Steve said the GH5 II performs better than its competitors in improving mobility or speed. But there is no external RAW video, and the lightweight shot remains weak.
Sony’s Xperia 1 III very similar to last year’s smartphone with an unusual 21: 9 resolution and design. Mat Smith says the addition of a matte finish makes it sound like a starting phone. The redesigned 4K 120Hz screen also helps to make everything look good, and it runs well thanks to the Snapdragon 888 chipset, 12GB of RAM and 256GB of storage. While Mat says the 6.5-inch OLED phone of his phone is good, the Xperia won’t change the charging prices to extend battery life – and that makes for a full day of use, even with a 4,500mAh battery, if you keep the band. at 120hz. He was pleased with the sound from the front-facing stereo speakers, who continue to support audio such as 360 Reality Audio, Hi-Resolution audio and Dolby Atmos. And – shocker – Xperia 1 III still has a 3.5mm audio jack.
But the phone’s camera is flashing, with the help of three 12-megapixel shooters with varying lengths. The Xperia 1 III is able to track motion and capture high-resolution images because it can capture up to 20 frames per second and has dual-phase-detection-autofocus pixels. Mat is said to be a very sophisticated and versatile learning method, but it also makes the smartphone an exciting prospect for lovers of photography.