Best Fitness Trackers of 2019

Apple Watch Series 4

Fitness trackers can be excellent benefits to anyone at the gym or on a bike. In our eyes, the FITFORT Fitness Tracker combines the best elements of all the top trackers; it’s capable of checking your daily progress, providing exercise modes, and checking your calorie levels. It’s also quite affordable, which is key for many.

But there are lots of fitness trackers for many exercise enthusiasts or sports fanatics. The right fitness tracker for you ought to reflect your activity focus or health needs. Check out the YAMAY Fitness Tracker if you want to keep a sharp eye on your blood pressure, as an example. Alternatively, go for the pricier-but-classier Apple Watch Series 4 if you want to look cool while staying fit. Whatever you need, there’s sure to be a perfect fitness tracker for you down below.

Best Running Headphones of 2019

Powerbeats Pro

When we need a pair of running headphones, we’re likely to pick up a pair of the TOZO T10, which offer amazing sound quality, durability, and comfort. All of these aspects are essential when choosing headphones to accompany you on a run.

As technology has marched on, the number of exceptional running headphones on the market has only increased. But while there are plenty of headphones to choose from, only the best of the best deserve your time and money. If our top choice isn’t for you, you should definitely consider the Avantree E171, which offer phenomenal performance for a budget-friendly price. Alternatively, consider the Powerbeats Pro if the price is no object and you want the best of the best. Whatever you’re looking for, we’re sure the best running headphones for you are down below.

Best Bluetooth Speakers of 2019

Oraolo Portable

If you’re in the market for a top Bluetooth speaker, we can’t recommend the Tribit XSound Go enough. It’s such a versatile piece of equipment, featuring excellent sound projection, a great battery life, and a reasonable asking price.

Over the years, we’ve really learned to distinguish great Bluetooth speakers from mediocre ones. This gives us the experience needed to figure out which speakers are worth all of our time and money. The good news is there are plenty for a variety of needs. Even if the Tribit XSound isn’t for you, there may be another that’s perfect. For instance, many of the top Bluetooth speakers will be more portable or durable.

We found a great Bluetooth speaker for use in the shower in the JBL Flip 4 and a solid choice for a high-end speaker in the Oraolo Portable. No matter what kind of Bluetooth speaker you need, we’re sure it’s on this list.

Canon EOS 200D Review

Canon EOS 200D

The Canon EOS 200D (also known as the EOS Rebel SL2) is an ultra-compact DSLR at a fantastic price. It features a 24.2-megapixel APS-C CMOS sensor, 9-point autofocus, 5 fps burst speed shooting (3.5 fps with AF), and a 3-inch articulating touchscreen.

It’s designed for those who want an unintimidating compact camera that can still offer outstanding photos. It may not have all of the bells-and-whistles of much more expensive kit, but it includes all of the most important abilities and features you need to take great shots.

Canon EOS M50 Review

Canon EOS M50

The entry-level Canon EOS M50 is designed for those who are looking to make their first upgrade from a basic compact camera or a smartphone. This doesn’t mean it lacks pro features – it has a 24.1-megapixel APS-C CMOS sensor, a 10-fps burst shooting capacity, and can record 4K video. It has everything a budding photographer could want.

The compact size and light weight make it a companion you can bring anywhere. Reliable metering and auto white balance make it a camera that’s easy to get great shots with, and the autofocus is so fast and accurate you can capture all the action.

Sony Alpha 6400 Review

Sony Alpha 6400

The Sony A6400 is a new addition to the APS-C range, slotting in below the A6500 and replacing the A6300. Like both of these models, the A6400 has a 24.2-megapixel sensor, but with a new BIONZ X image processor and a front-end LSI, the processing speed is almost two times as fast as the A6300 was.

The improvements stretch the ISO ceiling to 102,400 from the 32,000 of the A6500 and color reproduction has been improved.

Nikon D7500 Review

Nikon D7500

The D7500 is an exciting departure for Nikon, an upgrade to the D7200 that borrows more than a little tech from the top-of-the-range DX-format D500. It’s not a direct replacement for the D7200 as the D7200 will continue to be on sale, instead representing a half-way house between the enthusiast-level D7200 and the professional D500.

The most exciting thing about the D7500 is its 20.9-megapixel sensor and EXPEED 5 image-processing engine that’s lifted directly from the flagship D500. You also get an improved autofocus module, a tilting screen, and the ability to capture video in 4k resolution.