A DJI drone, HP laptop and the OnePlus Watch make this week’s Lust List
Our Lust List is all about technology and gadgets, but this week’s installment wouldn’t look out of place in a fashion supplement.
When it comes to gear, it’s always nice to add a little form to the function. And this hot tech has it in spades.
We’ve long known that HP’s Envy series are good looking laptops and the bags from UK-based Knomo have been eye-catching for years.
Meanwhile, we’ve included the recently released OnePlus Watch this week as well. It’s the newest product from the Chinese brand and, it’s fair to say, reception has been a bit mixed.
Still, you can’t deny the stainless steel circular case and bright AMOLED screen are winners in the looks department.
Here’s the full list of what’s been keeping us busy this week.
HP Envy 15
Creative types after a laptop oozing power and style will love this 15.6in machine.
That’ll be down to its high-resolution touch screen and top-notch graphics, Bang & Olufsen-tuned speakers, slim all-metal body, port selection and fingerprint scanning.
Ruark R5 Signature Edition
If sophisticated design and superior sound rank high on your must-have list for an all-in-one audio box, feast your peepers on Ruark’s latest efforts, all topped off nicely with a piano lacquer finish with rose gold metal detailing.
DJI Air 2S
With a foldable design and 20-megapixel camera, complete with large 1in sensor that can shoot up to 5.4K, alongside 30 minutes’ flight time, you’re looking at one heck of a travel-friendly drone capable of capturing high-quality content.
Knomo Harewood Leather Laptop Tote Backpack
Part tote, part backpack, this gorgeous bag protects your laptop and anything else you chuck inside it. Thanks to RFID blocking, it’ll prevent bad guys from helping themselves to your cash or identity if your wallet or passport are inside too.
The OnePlus stainless steel smartwatch attempts to hit the sweet spot between affordable techie ticker and useful fitness tracker. Expect a round display, big two-week battery life and Google’s WearOS nowhere in sight. If you want to know even more, check out our in-depth review here.
Polaroid CandyPlay 3D Pen
In case you didn’t get it from the name, Polaroid’s taken its 3D printing pen prowess to the next level, with a doodler that lets you turn your scribbles or works of art into edible candy (pictured above). Yum.
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