Best Gadgets 2020: The Best New Tech And Gadgets To Buy Now

Estelle Sidler

16 April 2020 by Olivia Michel Want to buy the latest tech gadgets on the market? We review 2020’s best gadgets and most innovative technology on offer now, from phones and drones to hotspots and iPads. Theragun G3Pro You may have seen our review of the Theragun in our roundup […]

Want to buy the latest tech gadgets on the market? We review 2020’s best gadgets and most innovative technology on offer now, from phones and drones to hotspots and iPads.

Coravin Model Six

The must-have device for any wine enthusiast, Coravin is the wine preservation system that allows you to enjoy any cork or screw-top wine by the glass, without spoiling it. This set, complete with gas canisters and screw cap accessories (which allow you to Coravin a screw-top bottle, as well as cork bottles) is available in three colours: Piano Black, Candy Apple Red and Silver.

Montblanc Smart Headphones

The headphones you want to be seen in this year, Montblanc’s first smart headphones deliver bang for your buck. The ergonomic design ensures they are lightweight and balanced while the audio quality is rich and faultless. Equipped with bluetooth and over 20 hours of battery life, the fine leather detail completes the luxurious look and feel.

Transparent Speaker

For something a little different this transparent speaker is minimalist and compact without any compromise on sound. In fact, the sound quality is fantastic and the device can be looped up via Bluetooth and True Wireless.

Skyroam Solis X WiFi Smartspot

This new portable WIFI hotspot from Skyroam is a cut above the rest, offering a range of other amenities in addition to providing 4G connection wherever in the world your superyacht takes you. This small but mighty device boasts a wide angle camera lens, a smart assistant, a powerbank for charging your other electronics and the ability to connect with up to 10 different devices simultaneously. Ideal for keeping you safe, entertained and up-to-date while cruising the high seas.

Samsung Galaxy Note 10+

The latest tech offering from Samsung once again places the brand on an even playing field with its competitors. The Galaxy Note 10+ boasts an expansive, high-quality screen, professional-standard cameras and laptop-level storage packed into mobile size. Available with either a 6.3 or 6.8 inch screen, the Note 10+ offers super fast charging and extra long battery as well as speedy processors that make gaming, downloading and streaming quality even better than before.

What also sets this phone apart is the ‘note function’. Complete with an S Pen, users can jot down notes or create doodles by hand on the phone’s screen and then instantly save, upload or share their work. the pen can also be used to control applications and functions on the phone, such as moving the camera angle or lowering the volume. The Galaxy Note 10+ comes in two colours: black, or aura glow (pictured).

Pocketalk Voice Translator

For the well-travelled, the pocketalk voice translator is a must-have gadget. Wherever your next trip takes you, this pocket-sized tech translator will be able to make communication smoother between foreigners and locals. Simply speak into the device in your mother tongue and the conversation will be instantly translated on the device’s screen. Up to 74 different languages have been programmed on the device and its built-in data and advanced microphones will ensure that nothing is ever lost in translation.

12.9in iPad Pro

Apple’s top-of-the-range tablet has been given a serious makeover with a tiny bezel that increases the size of the Liquid Retina screen without upping the overall dimensions; in fact, Apple has managed to shrink the casing down to a paltry 5.9mm thick. Gone is the home button, replaced by Face ID and a series of intuitive gesture controls, while the much-maligned Lightning cable has been replaced by USB-C, and the Apple Pencil has been redesigned and now charges wirelessly from the iPad. If you like the ease of tablets and you’re looking to replace your laptop you’ll not find better, especially if you opt for 1TB memory and both Wi-Fi and cellular connectivity.

Steamery Cirrus No.2

If you’re on the go and living out a suitcase for long periods of time, a portable steamer is a fantastic alternative to an iron. It’s particularly great if your garments are particularly delicate, like silks and satins, ensure you avoid washing nightmares by steaming them yourself and watching the creases fall away.

Ember Travel Mug2

Designed for those who need their caffeine-fix on the go (or those who have a tendency to forget about their hot drink after making it), this travel mug keeps coffee or tea at the perfect temperature for up to three hours. When placed on the charging coaster, it can stay warm all day. dishwasher and leak proof, this mug brings a high-tech element to the eco-friendly, reusable cup.

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