It’s that time of the year again! Here are a few suggestions that will make great presents this holiday season.
Vox Adio Air GT – $387
Vox is an iconic British brand known for making great sounding guitar amplifiers since 1957.
Now, Vox has come up with the Adio Air GT, a multipurpose 50-watt amplifier and Bluetooth speaker. You can plug in your electric guitar and play along to music from external devices through its two 3-inch speakers. The amp can be powered via AA batteries for up to eight hours or by the included power adapter. As a regular speaker for music playback, the Adio Air GT gives you a smooth, full-bodied and balanced sound.
Asus UX370 Flip S – $2,498
Marketed as the world’s thinnest convertible laptop, the UX370 Flip S features an elegant all-aluminium ultra-light unibody that is 10.9mm thin and weighs only 1.1kg. It has a long battery life of 11 hours on a full charge and delivers an impressive performance with its powerful 8th-generation Intel i7 Core processor. The 360-degree flippable full HD display allows it to be used as a laptop or a handy tablet. The UX370 has full support for the Asus Pen and Windows Ink, perfect for creatives.
Audio Technica ATH-M50x RD – $268
The excellent ATH-M50x headphones is well established and widely used by studio sound engineers for recording and mixing, as well as by radio and club DJs. This is a limited-edition red iteration of the professional monitor headphones. The stylish hue and design are appealing to fashionistas and music lovers on the lookout for headphones that provide accurate sound.
Canon Powershot SX730 HS – $529
When it comes to compact cameras, the Canon Powershot series stands out in the market. The 40x optical zoom lens on the SX730 HS provides a viewing angle akin to that of 35mm film formats with a focal length starting at 24mm for wide angles – great for group photos and vast landscapes. The 180-degree, tilt-type rear monitor makes taking the perfect selfie easy. This is a versatile camera capable of taking great photos, from faraway wildlife to food and landscapes.
text MATTHEW CHOK