Capturing memories during your road trips might be more fun when you use an instant film camera like the Fujifilm Instax Wide 300. Unlike the hundreds of photos that usually just remain in your smartphone, using an Instax means you’ll have actual pictures to display around your home and office. From $144.
Frequent travellers looking for an affordable but powerful laptop can check out the Aftershock Apex 15. Even in base specification, this machine is powered by an eighth-generation, six-core Intel Core i7 processor, 8GB of RAM and an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050TI graphics card. That’s a lot of hardware for something weighing less than 2kg. From $1873.
Formula 1 fans looking for a new phone for recording race action may want to check out the Sony Xperia XZ2, which has a 19MP camera that can shoot in 4K HDR. It’s also capable of 960fps slow- motion recording to make overtaking manoeuvres look even more dramatic. Luckily, the device supports microSDXC cards with up to 400GB of memory, so storage shouldn’t be an issue. $998.
Driving enthusiasts who are also football fans might be drawn to the New Balance 574 Sport Tournament. As part of the brand’s Otruska Pack, which is inspired by this year’s World Cup in Russia, these sneakers have a White and Flame Red colour combination. The soles, which have Fresh Foam technology for optimal comfort, look thin enough for your feet to feel the car’s pedals. $169.
Serious gamers who want a TV that can double as a monitor for their PC should consider the Samsung C49HG90. This 49-inch QLED display has a resolution of 3840 x 1080 pixels, a 1-millisecond response time and a 144Hz refresh rate for ultra-smooth action sequences. $2002.