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May Tech Gadgets Roundup

Anokhi DIY Business & Technology May 01, 2016

    Take a look at this month’s fantastic tech gadgets.

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    Price: $199 US 

    Features: This tech gadget truly highlights the impressive advancements that have been made in the technology industry. This is a robotic dog, with tech features like “BEACONSENSE”, which allows the dog to be aware of its surroundings and make movement responses based on that. Other features include “GESTURESENSE,” and this allows the robotic dog to create responses from the user’s actions, like responding to the user clapping. The dog even comes equipped with special wheels, which are designed to facilitate smooth movement across different types of floors.
     

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    Price: Not released yet 

    Features: This is an exciting breakthrough for all Nintendo players as the company moves forward with plans to implement game apps. The two games that will be added are “Animal Crossing” and “Fire Emblem.” The company is already testing out apps and recently launched Nintendo’s first smartphone app in March. This app was not a gaming app, so it will be interesting to see the games develop into apps.

    Price: Approximately $300 US

    Features: The screen size is 5.2 inches and includes a display with a resolution of 1080 x 1920 pixels. The smartphone includes a rear fingerprint camera on the back. Plus, the phone also includes a 13 MP rear camera. The smart phone’s processor is an octa-core Kirin 650, and memory features include 16 GB of storage, plus 2-3 GB of RAM. Lastly, the battery is a 3000 mAh battery.

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    Price: To be determined

    Features: The smartphone is expected to include a touch sensitive screen that responds differently based on the pressure used by fingertips. The phone is possibly being designed by HTC, so it is expected to look like the HTC 10. Plus, the smartphone should have fingerprint sensors as well. Other possible features include a 5.1- to 7-inch screen, and the phone should be running on the Android N software. The processor is expected to be a Snapdragon 820 SoC and NVIDIA Tegra X1 processor. Memory wise, there should be 4 GB of RAM, but it might also include 2 TB external storage through the use of a microSD slot. The phone’s cameras are expected to be a 12 MP rear camera and a 5 MP front camera. Lastly, the phone should include a 3,000 mAh battery. 

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      Maresah Dharmoo

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        Maresah Dharmoo is a University of Toronto student majoring in Political Science and English with an ever-present passion for journalism. Particular topics of interest include health and wellness, politics, technology and pop-culture but she also loves karate, reading, running and sight-seeing....

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