โดรนหรือคีอปเตอร์ 4 ใบพัด ได้กลายมาเป็นของเล่น/ของใช้ยอดนิยมในปีพ. ศ. 2560 และเป็นของขวัญที่ต้องมีในของขวัญวันหยุดที่ต้องการในฤดูกาลนี้ เราได้รวบรวม 8 ยอดนักสู้และมือปราบที่ขายดีที่สุดให้กับช่างภาพ / ช่างภาพมืออาชีพที่ดีที่สุด เรามาเลือกเพื่อนนักบินที่ดีที่สุดสำหรับงานหรือกิจกรรมยามว่างของเราด้วยกัน:
1. DJI Phantom 4 Quadcopter Drone with 4K Video Camera –
2. YUNEEC Typhoon 4K Quadcopter Drone in Black –
3. Rabing RC Drone FPV VR Wifi RC Quadcopter –
4. DJI Phantom 3 Drone with 2.7K HD Video Camera –
5. DBPOWER MJX X400W FPV Drone –
6. Force1 F100 GoPro RC Quadcopter Drone –
7. Parot Jumping/Racing MiniDrone in White –
8. Holy Stone F181 RC Quadcopter Drone with HD Camera –
Asus ZenFone 3 Deluxe เป็นแฟบเล็ตโลหะ Full aluminum alloy unibody ออกแบบให้มีความสวยงามไร้รอยต่อ ตัดขอบด้วยไดมอนด์คัดและขัดผิวของฝาหลัง ด้วยกระบวนขัดละเอียดพิเศษ กับกระบวนการกว่า 240 ขั้นตอนและเพิ่มความแปลกตาไปอีกเนื่องจากไร้เสาสัญญาณ ซึ่งเป็นรุ่นแรกของโลกเลยครับ
ระบบเสียง ZenFone 3 Deluxe ก็จะมีลำโพงที่ใช้โครงสร้างจากแม่เหล็ก 5 ชิ้นทำงานร่วมกับแอมพลิฟายเออร์ผลิตโดยผู้เชี่ยวชาญด้านเสียง "NXP" ทำให้เสียงมีความดังและคมชัดทั้งเมื่อใช้หูฟังก็สามารถรับฟังเสียงมาตรฐาน Hi-Res Audio (HRA) ความคมชัดของเสียงมากถึง 24-bit/192-kHz ผสมผสานเทคโนโลยี Sonic Master 3.0
กล้องดิจิตอล Asus ZenFone 3 Deluxe ก็เปลี่ยนแปลงครั้งใหญ่เช่นกัน เพราะก็มีความละเอียดสูงสุดกว่ารุ่นใด กับ 23 ล้านพิกเซล เซ็นเซอร์ Sony IMX318 มีรูรับแสง f/2.0 มาพร้อมระบบป้องกันภาพสั่นไหว 4 แกน เช่นเดียวกับการถ่ายวิดีโออีก 3 แกน ขณะที่การจับโฟกัสก็ได้ใช้เทคโนโลยี Tri - Tech Autofocus ป้องกันเลนส์ด้วยแร่แซฟไฟร์ สามารถบันทึกวิดีโอสูงสุด 4K
ส่วนระบบสแกนลายนิ้วมือจะอยู่ด้านหลัง จดจำสูงสุด 5 ลายนิ้วนิ้ว สามารถสแกนได้แบบ 360 องศา อีกทั้งยังใช้งานเป็นปุ่มชัตเตอร์ หรือเปิดแอพฯ ตามการสแกนลายนิ้วมือที่กำหนดไว้
หน้าจอมีขนาดกว้าง 5.7 นิ้ว ความละเอียด FullHD (1080p) ซึ่งครอบทับด้วยกระจก Corning Gorilla Glass 4 แบบ 2.5D และมีฟังก์ชั่นตัดแสงสีฟ้า มาพร้อมเทคโนโลยีหน้าจอ Super AMOLED + Tru2Life+ หรือ true-to-life images หมายถึงการแสดงภาพที่สมจริงให้ความคมชัดเป็นธรรมชาติ โดยอยู่ในกระบวนการแบบเดียวกับการประมวลผลในโทรทัศน์ระดับ 4K TV-grade เหนือหน้าจอมีเลนส์กล้องความละเอียด 8 ล้านพิกเซล ให้มุมมการถ่ายภาพ 85 องศา รูรับแสง f/2.0 มาพร้อมโหมดหน้าสวย โดยมีช่องลำโพงสนทนาอยู่ตรงกลาง
รายละเอียดสมาร์ทโฟน Asus ZenFone 3 Deluxe มีดังต่อไปนี้
ZenFone 3 Deluxe : มี 3 เฉดสีให้เลือกได้แก่ สีทอง, สีขาว และสีดำ วางจำหน่ายตามรุ่น Ram 6GB/Rom 64GB ราคา 22,990 บาท ส่วนรุ่น Ram 6GB/Rom 256GB ราคา 28,990 บาท
It's the job of a security researcher to figure out how the company they are working for could be compromised. Apparently that now means using a drone sniff out vulnerabilities a few dozen feet off the ground. The Aerial Assault drone houses a raspberry Pi running Kali Linux, a distro built specifically for penetration testing (also known as pen testing) of networks and devices. Once in the air, the spy drone can detect insecure devices and networks and store that information locally or beam it back to the pilot.
The Aerial Assault drone is built on top of open source technology so researchers can purchase and adjust it to work in a way that suites their needs. Because it uses GPS, in addition to hanging outside of skyscrapers collecting unencrypted data, it can also be sent out to multiple buildings in areas that would be inaccessible by a person. For example; a courtyard in the middle of a complex or building behind a very large fence with razor wire.
While the craft is intended for researchers, there's always the possibility that someone with fewer scruples could purchase it and use it to steal data from an individual or company. So if you're feeling a bit safer about your system because you're 30 floors up, think again. The $2,500 drone should be on sale in the next few days at Wall of Sheep. If you're super impatient, you can hit up the site's sales team via email.
Thank you image and information from engadget.com
Plugging your phone into the wall to charge it? Pfft, that's practically prehistoric news. Portable chargers? ANCIENT. Cases that charge your phone while they're on 'em? That's so 2014.
It's all about these new jeans that can charge your phone while you are wearing them.
The best part about this? The jeans are actually nice. Yep, they've got a decent collection that you can choose from and they're all skinny jeans.
Whether you want classic blue denim, inky, faded black or even ripped jeans, Joe's #Hellojean line has got all of them, complete with handy in built charger so you are never caught without any battery when you run into a hot celeb. It's not actually the jeans that charge your phone, but they are designed with an extra pocket to fit both your phone and the super slim charger, which you connect with a hidden cord to power up.
Not quite as fancy as we were hoping (let's be honest, we were having visions of electricity produced organically via the friction in our chub rub), but still pretty nifty.
The slight downside to this clever clogs technology is that they are pretty prices and run for about $189. You also have to buy the battery pack from their website separately, and that comes in at another $49.
Still, if you are made of money then the battery will be able to get your iPhone 5/5s up to 85 percent from zero and the iPhone 6 up to a 70 percent. However, all you mega fancy iPhone 6 Plus users are outta luck because your phone won't fit into the pocket. Sorry, better luck next time around.
Right, all jokes aside we feel we should remind you that you'll need to remember to remove the battery pack from the jeans EVERY time you throw them in the washing machine or else it'll be a goner and you'll have to fork out another pile of money for a new one.
So if you forget, don't say we didn't warn ya.
Thank you images and information from seventeen.com
NAIM Muso (£895)
Naim Audio's new Muso music system is a premium swiss army knife of audio goodness. Working mainly as a wireless speaker system, it also has a built-in loudspeaker and every kind of connection you could want. Under the solid aluminium chassis, there are six 75-watt digital amplifiers boasting 450W of power that'll play 24bit/192kHz high resolution audio from a range of formats including FLAC, WAV and, of course, MP3. However, it also connects to other Naim systems and acts as a multi-room streamer similar to Sonos using either Apple or Android devices. The connectivity on board includes Apple's AirPlay, Bluetooth and Universal Plug 'n' Play as well as traditional USB, 3.5mm and Ethernet. It offers support for streaming services like Napster or Spotify and internet radio too.
Sennheiser Momentum Wireless (£379.95)
Some of our favourite headphones for the past couple of years have been Sennheiser’s Momentums, as they sound terrific, have a classy, durable design and sit comfortably on our ears. Now, they’ve just received a massive upgrade, notably Bluetooth connectivity. Bluetooth 4.0 lets you ditch the cable and go wireless, but without sacrificing sound quality. You should get around 22 hours of use from a single charge, which sounds good to us and the recharge time is pretty quick too. NoiseGard tech adds in noise cancellation along with four mics to pipe in vital noise, so you’re not completely in the dark.
Withings Activite (£320)
Wearables are great, but they’re not always the prettiest of things. That can’t be said for the Withings Activite though, which is a slick, Swiss made wrist watch that boasts a domed sapphire glass face, genuine leather strap and, oh, it connects via Bluetooth to your phone and tracks your steps. All this data is then beamed back to the companion app for further perusal. Battery life stands at about six months, which is a whole lot more than much of the competition.
DJI Inspire 1 (£2,380)
DJi is the name on everyone’s lips when it comes to consumer drones and the latest version to come from the Chinese brand is the ridiculously futuristic looking Inspire 1. With its carbon fiber arms that give you a 360 degree view, integrated 4K camera that boasts 12-million pixels, a nine element lens and captures footage at 30fps, this is the drone to beat. A fantastic mobile app gives you full control and it can even be powered, simultaneously, by two remotes.
Moto Hint ()
A Bluetooth headset featuring on the list of the best tech you can buy, in the year 2015? No, we’re not joking. The first thing you’ll notice about Motorola’s Hint is just how small it is, it’s so tiny that we’re thankful it comes with a charging case, because we’d probably just lose it otherwise. So, what sets the Hint apart from other headsets of old? Well, first off is the way it interacts with your phone. If you’re rocking Android, it’ll work with Google Now, so when you press the Hint you can speak to it. The same goes with Siri on iOS, tap the button and you’re set. We also found the little bud was great for listening to podcasts, with good volume and passable sound quality, we wouldn’t advise listening to music on it though. It’ll last around 3 hours on a charge, though the charge case should give you another two full charges and it automatically turns on and off when you insert/remove it from your ear, which is pretty nifty.
Nintendo New 3DS (£149.99)
Instead of giving us a completely new handheld console, Nintendo has instead slightly tweaked the 3DS and 3DS XL, beefing up the processor, slightly increasing the screen size on the smaller model and playing around a bit with the design. The killer addition though is the new 3D system that no longer requires you to look directly at the display and the effect won’t disappear when you move your head. It actually made us turn back on the 3D and go back and replay some classic 3DS titles. Other nice additions include some retro colouring on the 3DS buttons and a more ergonomic, comfier feel in the hand, plus the new nub type joystick. Oh, and you know we mentioned the processor increase earlier? Well that’ll mean some new games will only work on the new system and not on the older versions.
Bose QuietComfort 25 (£269.95)
We raved about the Bose QuietComfort 15 but things have just got a whole lot better with this updated pair of cans. Even though there has been a slight design refresh, these over the ear ‘phones still scream Bose, with those sleek edges and a premium finish. If you’re upgrading from the QC 15 you’ll find improved Acoustic Noise Cancelling tech especially at low frequencies thanks to an array of new mics both inside and outside the ear cup. Sound is awesome too, with crisp, clear noise, great dynamic range and plenty of volume.
August Smart Lock ($249.99)
We’ve written loads about smart home tech recently (check out best smart home tech to buy), but one of our favourite pieces is the August Smart Lock. Basically, this aluminium circle takes the place of your regular lock and does all sorts of connected, clever things. For instance, the lock will automatically open when you approach with your connected phone, letting you ditch keys for good. You can also give people access, removing it when they’ve outstayed their welcome.
UE Megaboom ($299.99)
Want a loud, awesome sounding Bluetooth speaker that’s also IPX7 waterproof and packs NFC for easy pairing? Course you do. UE’s followup to the Boom, pumps the volume louder and has sharper sound with a great hit of bass. Battery life stands at about 20 hours, the wireless range is 100m (though having walls in the way does hamper that somewhat) and you can daisy-chain multiple speakers together to create stereo sound. It looks great too, which is always a plus.
Nest Thermostat (£249 with installation)
One of our favourite gadgets to haul your home into the 21st century, Nest’s smart thermostat gives you full control over your heater, whether it be from your smartphone or through the futuristic looking wall mounted dial. You can schedule your heating and it’ll learn your movements, heating the house when you get home from work, for example. It can also help you save money on bills, which is always a good thing.
Elgato Thunderbolt Dock (£179.95)
The Elgato Thunderbolt Dock is the best of its kind. It allows you to connect a Mac to multiple devices with one cable, which is especially useful if your main device is a laptop that you take with you. It can be used for just about any device, thanks to HDMI 1.4, 3.5mm headphone jack and USB 3.0 connectivity. Take that, cables.
Thank you Images and information from T3.com
Xiaomi has announced a July 16 event where the company is likely to reveal its flagship Mi 5 smartphone alongside the bigger variant Mi 5 Plus.The Chinese company confirmed the launch event in a teaser post on Weibo and shared an image showing possibly the Mi 5 smartphone's side with letters "PK" imprinted in the middle of the image. The teaser invite confirms that the event will see a sleek smartphone launch; though at this point it is not clear whether the company will be launching the Mi 5 or another device.
Further cementing speculations about the launch of Mi 5 is the fact that the Xiaomi Mi 4was launched in July (specifically on July 22) last year. It is possible Xiaomi is gearing up to reveal successor to the 2014 flagship smartphone in the same month this year.
Some of the preliminary leaks have suggested that the Xiaomi Mi 5 would be priced at CNY 2,399 (approximately Rs. 24,500). It is said to feature a 5.2-inch QHD (1440x2560 pixels) LCD display with Corning Gorilla Glass 4; a Snapdragon 810 processor; a 16-megapixel rear camera; a 13-megapixel front camera, and a 3000mAh battery. An earlier report also tipped that Xiaomi's Mi 5 flagship will come with a built-in fingerprint scanner.
The rumoured Xiaomi Mi 5 Plus, on the other hand, is said to feature a 5.7-inch QHD (1440x2560 pixels) display; Snapdragon 820 SoC; 3500mAh battery, a 23-megapixel rear camera with OIS and laser autofocus, and a 12-megapixel front camera.
Considering that lately several reports have pointed to an October-November launch timeline for the Mi 5 smartphone, it is also possible the recently spotted Xiaomi 'Libra'may be unveiled at July 16 event.
Of course, we will have to wait till Thursday to see what Xiaomi has planned to launch.
New details about Xiaomi's upcoming flagship, believed to be called the Mi 5, have surfaced on the Internet via Weibo (China's equivalent of Twitter). According to the new leaked details, the Xiaomi Mi 4 successor might be unveiled in July.The latest leak also adds an element of surprise claiming that a bigger variant of the Xiaomi Mi 5 might be also revealed, purportedly dubbed Xiaomi Mi 5 Plus. The leak even claims that the Mi 5 Plus will be unveiled alongside the Mi 5 in July.
Gizmochina via Weibo has also received some purported specifications of the Mi 5 and Mi 5 Plus. According to the leaked specifications, the Mi 5 will feature a 5.2-inch display; a Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 processor; 3GB or 4GB of RAM; a 16-megapixel rear camera, and a 3,000mAh battery.
The new leaked details, contradicting a report that surfaced last week, claimed that the Xiaomi Mi 5 will not sport fingerprint scanner. Preliminary leaks have suggested the Mi 5's screen resolution will be QHD (1440x2560 pixels).
The Xiaomi Mi 5 Plus, on the other hand, is expected to feature a 6-inch 2K display with a design sporting nearly bezel-less display. Other specifications include 4GB of RAM, 32GB of inbuilt storage, and a 16-megapixel rear camera, likely to be same as the Mi 5.
Some of the other anticipated Mi 5 specifications that were revealed in previous leaks tip the smartphone will come in 16GB/64GB built-in storage models, and will sport an 8-megapixel front camera.
All these leaks should be taken with a pinch of salt as Xiaomi has not mentioned anything about the upcoming device and the legitimacy of the leaks remains questionable.
Laoya Island or Koh Laoya one of the most beautiful island in the east of Thailand.
Just out of Salakphet Bay lies the islands of Koh Laoya and Koh Laoya Klang. These two islands are home to one resort and are joined by a 50 metre long footbridge. Koh Laoya Klang has a couple of small beaches the eastern shore and a footpath encircles the island. It takes around 5 minutes to walk around it.
The main resort area is on the eastern side of the larger Koh Laoya. The resort mainly caters to Thai groups who visit at weekends and holiday periods, outside those times it is deserted except for the staff. The highlight of the island is the stunning white sand beach that runs from the pier in the northeast of the island to the southeastern tip.
This is one of the best beaches in the area, crystal clear water, white sand underfoot and views directly towards Long Beach in the southeast of Koh Chang. Pretty much the only western tourists who go here are Russian visitors in speedboats and tour boats who manage to avoid the crowds and take a tour to the less visited islands. Of course, it is much easier and cheaper to visit as part of a tour group, rather than if you are travelling on your own.
Last but not least of the trio of Lenovo tablets launched yesterday is the Lenovo IdeaPad P1 tablet. We’ve known this simply as the “Lenovo IdeaPad Slate” since it showed up at CES at the start of the year. It’s basically an Intel powered, Windows 7 version of the IdeaPad K1 with just a few minor tweaks to the design, like no rear facing camera and being offered in different colors – orange and gray. The processor is not mentioned but it is 1.5GHz, and prior to going official it was Oak Trail, so an Atom Z670 processor is likely to fit the bill. Last of all, it’s being touted with a pressure sensitive capacitive stylus.
The specs – the same 10.1″ 1280 x 800 display, up to 2GB of RAM and either a 32GB or 64GB SSD for storage, b/g/n Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, optional 3G, a front-facing 0.3MP webcam, mono speaker, a 6 hour battery and Windows 7 Starter to Professional. Ports include a USB 2.0 port, SIM card slot, microSD card reader, and docking port. It weighs 810g / 1.79 pounds and is 14.5mm thick.
This tablet is the farthest out from launch with no word on pricing but it’s still expected to launch within Q4 towards the end of the year.
There are a lot of products lying around our homes and offices that we never quite needed but really, really wanted. A wireless speaker system for streaming music from our iPhones, Droids and BBs is pretty close to the top of the list. You could just unplug the speakers from your computer or load up Spotify or RDIO… but you already have apps for those so why not cut the cables? It’s especially hard not to rationalize when the speaker system in question looks like it was designed by Dyson like this Philips Fidelio system. If you have an iPhone, use the free Fidelio app and stream with AirPlay – while your iPod/iPhone/iPad charges. You’re not in the quiet if you have some other device, you just have to hook it up with a cable. It’s also battery powered, so you can literally take it with you if you want. $300
Linde Werdelin SpidoLite II
The skeletonized SpidoLite put upstart luxury watchmaker Linde Werdelin on the map of some very serious buyers. Now we have an update to the modern cult classic in the form of the SpidoLite II, which takes a new three-part case and places it around a specially developed movement designed for Linde Werdelin by independent manufacturer Concepto.
For the first time, the SpidoLite will have a date function and subsidiary seconds register, and the entire watch, made out of titanium, is skeletonized for the lighest possible experience. Only 100 of each model (available in anthracite titanium and DLC black titanium) will be produced this year.
Inside the SpidoLite II is a specially crafted Concepto movement featuring a date and small seconds function. Both are firsts for Linde Werdelin.
The offset date function is one of the SpidoLite II's most interesting design traits, allowing the wearer to see almost the full calendar wheel through the skeletonized dial.
Like the SpidoSpeed chronograph, the SpidoLite is described as a three-dimensional experience, using a multi-tiered design concept.
Like the SpidoSpeed chronograph, the SpidoLite is described as a three dimensional experience, using a multi-tiered design concept.
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