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Huawei joins hand with Devialet to create Sound X

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Huawei revealed that they have joined hands with Devialet, a high-end audio company known for its premium Phantom speakers for its latest smart speaker, Sound X.

Engadget reported that as of now, Huawei Sound X is available for pre-order in China but there is no word from the company regarding its release outside China. In China, the device is tagged with a price tag of 1999 Yuan (around $285).

Sound X is a 360-degree speaker. It comes with a 60-watt double subwoofer and a full array of Huawei services including Huawei Xiaoyi voice assistant, Huawei HiLink smart home control, Huwaei music support. The Huawei speaker got one-touch control.

It should be noted that Speaker X is unveiled at the same time as Huawei’s iPad Pro-like MatePad Pro tablet.

Huawei joins hand with Devialet to create Sound X

Huawei joins hand with Devialet to create Sound X

It is reported that in this partnership, Devialet is providing its speaker active matching (SAM) technology to Huawei. This technology reduces distortion with the help of its push-push woofer vibration-canceling system.

In today’s competitive market, you will find plenty of companies with high-end speakers but Devialet has always stood out due to its designs. Devialet’s latest collaboration looks a lot like a HomePod.

Devialet said that its partnership with Huawei to create Sound X is the company’s “first partnership in Asia” and they also commented that China is its “second-largest region worldwide in terms of sales.”

UPDATE: Huawei Sound X Platinum edition announced for 1999 Yuan

Source – Gear Bytes

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The worlds first C mask that connects to smartphones invented by Japanese company

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A Japanese start-up called Donut Robotics has developed a smart mask called the C mask, that can connect with your smartphone while also protecting you from the Corona Virus infection.

The face masks have become obligatory in our day to day life in the wake of the COVID 19 pandemic. This has led to creation of designer masks and also technologically advanced face-masks such as self-sterilizing leaf masks, overprotective Bio VYZR and also masks to show your lip movements. The new C mask is the first of its kind which connects to the smartphone and also has the technology for language translation.

The C mask can translate the Japanese language into 8 different languages, which is made possible using the C connect app developed by Donut Robotics.

The worlds first C mask that connects to smartphones invented by Japanese company

The worlds first C mask that connects to smartphones invented by Japanese company

This smart mask looks quite normal like any other masks except that there is a power button to the right corner for witching the mask on. After it is switched on, the mask can be connected to your phone via Bluetooth connectivity and controlled using the C connect app. After connecting, the mask becomes a wearable smart mask with various useful features.

There is a monthly fee for additional language translation. Other features include making phone calls from the connected device and the capability to take dictations.

This is indeed a clever idea for a mask and also a possibly successful business plan. The mask is will be made available in the Japanese market by September and later on in the European, American and Chinese markets. The company has announced the distribution of 5000 masks in Japan at the fist stage.

The name, C mask is coined from the five C’s that the mask prioritizes: connection with smart phone, clear design, cool voice, clean material and combat against corona virus.

The cost of one mask is around 3980 Yen or Rs 2670 ($37). for more information about the C mask, check out the company website.

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Panasonic LUMIX G100 mirrorless camera launched with Nokia OZO Audio

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Panasonic’s new mirrors camera LUMIX G100 is now, designed and developed specifically for Vlog multi-functional-video creation.

The new LUMIX G100 is a mead with a 20.3 million MOS sensor, high arry, and can clearly capture pictures at night or in a dark room. Support V-Log L recording, easier and more to grade Vlog.

Panasonic LUMIX G100 mirrorless camera

Panasonic LUMIX G100 mirrorless camera

LUMIX G100 supports Bluetooth and Wi-Fi connection, can provide a more more shooting style and instant image sharing, and can can output through video HDMI, it can be used as webcam for live live broadcast as well.

Panasonic LUMIX G100’s body is compact and thin to carry multiple lenses. The new tripod handle is easier to hold and can be used as a small tripod.

Panasonic LUMIX G100 mirrorless camera

Panasonic LUMIX G100 mirrorless camera

LUMIX G100 supports shooting QFHD 4K MP4 video at 30p/25p/24p, and full HD video at 60p/50p. 5-axis hybrid stabilisation. The LUMIX G100 integrates Nokia OZO Audio into a mirrorless camera for the first time, that helps to capture clear voice reporting live. There is little need for users to purchase external microphone equipment sly.

The Panasonic LUMIX G100 with a 12-32mm F3.5-5.6 lens kit is priced at US$749 and will be available for sale at the end of July. Do share your thoughts in the comment section below!

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Nikon Z5, entry-level full-frame camera might be released in July

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Nikon Z5, entry-level full-frame camera might be released in July

According to Nikon Rumors, Nikon will release the Z5 camera in July, which is an entry-level full-frame camera with specifications lower than the Z6. Prior to this, it was reported that Sony will also launch an entry-level full-frame camera A5 in the near future.

Nikon Z5 camera uses a 24-megapixel full-frame CMOS, does not have a shoulder screen on the Z6, supports body anti-shake, and uses a magnesium alloy body.

Nikon Z5, entry-level full-frame camera might be released in July

Nikon Z5

Nikon Z5 will use Z6’s EVF viewfinder, which has the same focusing system as Z6, dual UHS-II card slots, and USB-C interface.

It is also reported that Sony will also release a cheap full-frame camera, the model may be A5, and it is reported that its price does not exceed 1,000 US dollars, which is about 7000 yuan. 

Here are the latest Nikon Z5 expected specifications,

  • The Z5 will have the same EVF as the Z6
  • No top panel LCD
  • Dual SD UHS-II memory card slots
  • 24MP full-frame sensor (not sure BSI or not)
  • IBIS
  • Magnesium alloy camera body
  • 1.000 dots LCD screen resolution
  • Nikon EN-EL15c Battery
  • USB-C camera powering, not just charging
  • Same AF system as in the Z6
  • 1.7x video crop in 4k, no SloMo option
  • 6fps burst

In addition, Canon also released the entry-level full-frame mirrorless camera EOS RP last year. The current single body price is about 8,000 yuan. Do share your thoughts about the Nikon Z5 camera in the comment section below!

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