Clutching at straws? Left everything till the last minute? Of course you have. Here’s a couple of last minute tech gift ideas.
DJI Osmo (AUD $1099)
Motion without blur. The Osmo provides beautiful 4K video on a handheld device that offers stabilisation like no other. Technology that keeps the camera flat while in motion. Linked to your smart phone, which acts as the display screen.
Samsung Gear VR (AUD $158.99)
Virtual reality is here. Samsung have released their take on virtual reality and it comes at an affordable price, very affordable. A new way to immerse yourself in movies and gaming. Apparently a must if you own a compatible samsung device. Read the Engadget review here.
Omni S6 by Polk (AUD $599)
The Omni S6 is the company’s first speaker that offers a 3.5mm input, which can also be retransmitted to other Play-Fi speakers. It does take time to setup but very worth it when you hear it in action.
Fallout 4 (AUD $64)
In the first 24 hours on sale Fallout 4 sold 12 million copies, generating $750 million! Crushing the sales of Black Ops 3 which generated $550 million in 72 hours. Thrown into life post nuclear war, this open world gaming experience is as detailed as any and will provide hours of gameplay. Worth the $64 at JB HI FI, available on Playstation 4, Xbox One and PC.
Sony A7II (AUD $2000)
Eliminate shaky photos with the 5-axis image stabilisation. Just a year after Sony released the ground breaking fullframe mirrorless A7 they are back with the next generation. The A7II builds upon all the strengths of its predecessor and adds some key elements.
Fitbit Surge (AUD $399.95)
Ultimate fitness super watch. This thing can do it all, GPS tracking, heart rate, SmartTrack, Multi-Sport tracking, call and text notification and change your music.
Sennheiser Momentum 2.0 (AUD 349.95)
The original Momentum headphones by Sennheiser got claims of discomfort after periods of long use, issues like this have been eliminated and the Momentum 2.0 offers a great all round set of headphones.