Gadgets of the week: GPS smartwatches, espresso cups with temperature settings and more!

This week, we have Garmin Forerunner 945, a GPS smartwatch, Ember Espresso Cup, HD camera Tenda CP3 and more on our list of the latest gadgets in town
Gadget Review: Dell Latitude 9520
Gadget Review: Dell Latitude 9520

Canon EOS R10

The lightweight R10 comes with a new APS-C sensor on the RF mount. The mirrorless camera shoots 23 frames per second, weighing in at only 429g. The 24.2MP sensor is capable of 4K UHD video. For EOS R10 body only. Rs 80,995.

Garmin Forerunner 945

The 945 is a GPS smartwatch that monitors performance and offers personalised insight for training smarter. It tracks accurately your VO2 max with adjustments for altitude and temperature. Training status evaluates your past exercise to provide detailed analysis and feedback for improvement. Rs 51,990.

Ember Espresso Cup

Ember’s heated Espresso cup is ideal to store your coffee at just the right temperature. The smart mug lets you set preferred drinking temp and favourites for various beverages. This is maintained for upto 1.5 hours, courtesy of a built-in battery or all day with included charging coaster. Rs 11,700.

Tenda CP3

Tenda’s CP3 is a full HD camera with 360 degrees AI-driven security. It can rotate, pan and tilt to cover a whole 360-degree view. It also sports a 2-way full-duplex audio comm system. There’s also a sound and light alarm that is triggered during intrusions. Rs 2,999. 

Gadget reviews for the week:


The UC W21 from MAXHUB is a 4K UHD webcam with unparalleled clarity and an ultra wide angle view. Sporting a 1/2.8” Sony sensor and a 120-degree field of view, the W21 means business from the word go. Set up is easy and the webcam played friendly with all the laptops and desktop I tried it on. The HDR tech ensured I was well illuminated in all lighting conditions, while the horizontal smooth rotation is excellent for panning around the room. Plug and play design delivers quick connections and compatibility with conferencing software and is supportive of Zoom, Teams, Skype etc. Audio is ultra clear and distortion free. Rs 23,999.

Dell Latitude 9520

Dell’s 9520 series Latitudes can be configured as a laptop or a 2-in-1. The ultra light device (1.45kg) is ideal for portability and runs forever on a single charge. The 15” screen is sharp and 11th Gen Intel Core processors keep things moving along fine in the software and hardware fronts. The 16:9 UHD screen is great for video content, while the top firing speakers do a decent job with audio. Dell makes arguably my favourite Windows laptops (I have three at home) and the 9520 is a wonderful option with high customisability. Rs 1.45 lakh. 

pTron BassBuds wave

pTron has a BT 5.3 TWS called the Bassbuds Wave, which comes in a unique shape and provides a snug fit. The TWS is easy to set up and connect and provides a good call experience with built-in ENC. Audio is also fairly good for gaming and music. The 8mm drivers provide sufficient bass, while battery life is about a day and a half with the case. I find these TWS great while working out and for attending long calls. Rs 1,199.

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