NXT June 2021 Issue
Working from home has become the new normal, but it does make us more sedentary. With the improved tracking technology incorporated into smartwatches, they’ve now become essential fitness aids, which is why in this issue of NXT we take a look at 38 smartwatches that you might like to wear, from entry-level devices to luxury models, that will help you track your health, log your workouts and answer calls.
In this issue’s News, we kick off Gear with Apple’s latest iPad Pro and 24-inch iMac, then drool over two limited-edition McLaren cars that are now in Singapore. Meanwhile, Dell has released a new detachable business, while Sennheiser has a pair of audiophile-level wired earbuds and Polaroid unleashes a tiny instant camera.
We also check out speakers from Sony and LG, and our NXT Angel Clarissa listens in with Sennheiser’s IE 300 earphones.
For a taste of Luxury, Rolls Royce has rolled out a bespoke Phantom, German watchmaker NOMOS Glashütte pays tribute to the 50th anniversary of Médecins Sans Frontières (Doctors without Borders), and Bang & Olufsen unleashes audio nirvana with the Beolab 28 wireless speaker.
Tested in this issue are the Fujifilm Instax mini 40, the Huawei MateBook X Pro (2021), Jabra Evolve2 30, Xiaomi Mi 11 and the Apple AirTag. Finally, for NXT Big Thing, we take a look at how space tourism has been revived, with nine space tourists launching into space by December!
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