The Fitbit Alta is a lifestyle fitness tracker aimed at the moderately-interested user. Straight off the bat, there is no heart rate sensor. Instead, you’re offered customization. You can swap out the straps, making this a fashion accessory to some extent. I would say the Alta is a good buy, though it is old because it ticks the boxes for fitness casuals, not fitness freaks.
With advancements in portable vaping technology getting more impressive as each year goes by, it can be difficult to stand out from the crowd – but the Hydrology 9 certainly doesn’t disappoint. Complete with a wide variety of advanced features you simply won’t find amongst other portable vaporizers, the Hydrology 9 is definitely worth investigating if you’re seeking a truly different vaping experience.
The Alta HR turned two years old this year, despite its age in a world of tech, the thing still holds up against newer models. I’d put this down to the size and the inclusion of a 24/7 heart-rate sensor. Being slim means the Alta HR can compete with the feature-heavy Charge range for the ‘I don’t want to wear a wearable’ crowd. As time goes on it is getting easier to find this great gadget at lower prices.
The Fitbit Flex 2 is a superb upgrade on the old Flex model. It retains the five LED display. Adds full waterproofing – ‘swimproofing’ – and is compatible with a range of straps, bands, bangles and holders. As it doesn’t have heart-rate tracking or GPS built-in; so these days you can grab the Flex 2 fantastic price.
Panasonic has long been a household name, improving on things from bicycle lights to household appliances, for about one hundred years now. One of their most well-known products as a whole are their televisions, delivering gorgeous picture and sound quality. They also make a unique and well-loved camera!
The Lumix DMC-LX100 is one of Panasonic’s most highly-rated cameras to date. It comes with impressive specifications and features that are sure to make your photographs and recorded videos look nothing short of amazing.
In this review of the Panasonic LX100, we are going to take a look at some of these features, the specs of the camera, as well as the design of the camera itself. You may find that you’re impressed by all that this little camera has to offer.
The Inspire HR is one of the Spring 2019 newbies in the Fitbit range. What really stands out about the Inspire HR is that it combines many of the best features from the range into one, rather small, wearable. Rather small is worth noting, this is a modified version of the Fitbit for kids, the Ace 2. If you’re a big hunk it would be worth considering this, but for the rest of us thin wristed weaklings it fits pretty well.
Sony truly steps up when it comes to creating quality electronics, and its Cyber-Shot RX100 line has maintained those high-quality standards throughout the production of the line.
The Sony Cyber-Shot RX100 V is the fifth in the Cyber-Shot RX100 line. It features the same level of aesthetic pleasure, functionality, and quality that many have come to love from other Sony products, including their Cyber-Shot line of cameras.
In this review, we will go over the design, specifications, and features of the Sony Cyber-Shot RX100 V. By the end, you may very well adore this camera and feel inclined to look into purchasing one for yourself for both personal and professional use.
The Fitbit Flex was the first wrist-based offering from Fitbit, after their widely successful One and Zip hip-based step-counters. Compared to the current crop of Fitbit, the Flex is decidedly old school. There is no screen. If you’re looking for something to help you keep track of your daily activity, without getting bogged down in endless reams of data, the Flex is perfect.
Sony has always been renowned for its impressive electronics, from televisions to gaming consoles. Their cameras are designed and manufactured with the same level of quality that you would expect from such a well-known company.
The Sony Cyber-Shot RX100 III is the third in the Cyber-Shot RX100 line. It features the same level of quality and functionality that many have come to love from other Sony products, including their camera lines.
In this review, we will go over the features, design, and specifications of the Sony Cyber-Shot RX100 III. By the end, you should have a better understanding of not only this camera but the standard that Sony has set for performance and functionality.