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5 great tech products that impressed us

5 great tech products that impressed us

DJI Avata 2

Over here at Can Buy or Not, we review a ton of stuff. Not a literal ton, mind you, but it's a lot. And while most of the products we review are great — otherwise we wouldn't bother recommending them — there have some occasional duds, but not many. It's a good thing then, that there are great tech products that have really impressed us, and here are five.

Logitech MX Brio

Logitech MX Brio
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The Logitech MX Brio is a 4K webcam that delivers. You get crisp and clear image quality, with good low-light performance, too. It also comes with dual beamforming microphones to suppress background noise. It's good enough for work meetings, but if you plan on streaming, I think you're better off with a proper microphone.

Samsung S95D OLED TV

Samsung S95D
Credit: Samsung

Much has been said about the new matte anti-glare layer (dubbed OLED Glare Free) on the Samsung S95D OLED TV. But the proof is in the pudding, and it's delicious, so to speak. Unless you're watching most of your TV in a near pitch-black room, I say the S95D, with its incredible matte screen finish that seemingly absorbs and diffuses ambient light, is currently my top pick for a premium 2024 OLED TV.

Kobo Libra Colour

Kobo Libra Colour
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It has taken a while, but Kobo is finally adding colour to your ebooks with two new ereaders: Libra Colour and Clara Colour. Besides having a 7-inch E Ink Kaleido 3 screen — the state of the art when it comes to colour E Ink screens — the Libra Colour also boasts a number of upgrades, including a faster processor and support for note-taking via an optional stylus. It's as different as day and night, if you read colour ebooks, that is.

Acefast Z4 PD218W Desktop Power Station GaN

Acefast Z4 PD218W
Credit: Aloysius Low/Can Buy or Not

I really like the Acefast Z4 PD218W Desktop Power Station GaN. It comes with four ports (three USB-C and one USB-A), and lets you control how much power each port delivers by pressing a button. There's also a TFT display that shows the power consumption for each connected device. In short, it's excellent.

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DJI Avata 2

DJI Avata 2
Credit: Aloysius Low/Can Buy or Not

The DJI Avata 2 with the DJI Goggles 3 is one of those things you have to experience for yourself. This first-person view (FPV) drone flies free as a bird using the DJI RC Motion 3, with speeds up to 97.2km/h. It's extremely fun to fly, and a heck of an experience. Best of all, at just S$1,128, it's much cheaper than the launch price of the original Avata.


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