Top 5 Tech Gadgets for Kids in 2021,

Top 5 Tech Gadgets for Kids in 2021

Top 5 Tech Gadgets for Kids in 2021

Considering the fact that everyone owns a smartphone, it’s natural for your children to ask you for it. But, no matter how badly they are longing for it, don’t buy them the device just yet. Why? Well, it is necessary for children to develop social skills. If they get their hands on the phone then they might not do anything productive and spend most of their time using it. And you won’t want that. Instead, you should encourage them to play outside. They will interact with other kids and will make new friends. It will help them become more social. Also, not to forget how this will allow them to break free from their shell.

However, if you need a digital device that can keep your children entertained while you do your chores then there is nothing wrong with that. There are many cool gadgets that you can consider giving your kid. Let’s take a look at some of them.

#1. Amazon Fire HD 8 Kids Edition

The tech giant, Amazon is quite popular for its tablets for kids. The reason is that they are super durable and easy on the pocket. This is the latest edition of their Fire tablets which comes with a year’s subscription to Amazon Kids+ which can allow parents to easily filter content, set time limits, and monitor consumption directly from their mobile. What’s more? You will get a two-year replacement guarantee. In addition, this device will contain loads of both educational and entertainment content.

#2. Amazon Echo Glow

This device can change the ambiance of the room according to your kid’s liking. It is a small yet beautiful tool that has many colors and light modes such as underwater and disco. All you need to do is tap to change the colors. You can also use the Alexa app to choose the color or adjust the brightness. This is certainly a device that your child will love to have.

#3. Apple iPod Touch

Why an iPod Touch? Well, it is because the device feels, looks, and operates just like an iPhone. And if you and the rest of the family members use Apple phones then your kid can use the iPod to FaceTime you. And unlike a tablet, your kid can easily hold and use the device with a single hand. You can consider using Apple’s Family Sharing feature on your device that will allow you to configure your kid’s iPod Touch. It will enable you to see how much time your child is spending on the device.

#4. Verizon GizmoWatch 2

If your children are into smartwatches then surprise them by gifting Verizon GizmoWatch 2. It is a decent alternative to a smartwatch and is available in multiple colors. Plus, it is waterproof! The device is not loaded with features. But you will still be able to track your child’s location via the GizmoHub app that you have to install on your phone. Your child can also contact you by clicking on your image in the contact section.

#5. Nintendo Switch Lite

Children love video games. And it doesn’t need to be a bad thing. You may not know this but games can help them develop decision-making skills. Plus, some video games are challenging and feature puzzles that will allow your child to sharpen their cognitive abilities. So, there is no harm in buying them a Nintendo Switch Lite. This device will not only allow them to play some really cool titles but will also keep them entertained during the pandemic where everyone is practicing social distancing. It will certainly make a great gift which you can give them on their birthday.

Conclusion

And there you have it! These are some of the gadgets that you can gift your children. However, some of them will require an internet connection to work. So, make sure that you are subscribed to a decent ISP that delivers a stable connection. If not, then you can always look for other providers. I, after checking the Spectrum internet prices, opted for their service and their service is working fine for me so far. You can opt for the same or can look for other ISPs that can meet your internet needs.

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AMD Radeon RX 6000 GPUs

New AMD Radeon RX 6000 Series Graphics Cards are Here To Fight Nvidia RTX 3000 Series

AMD is causing troubles in quiet waters

As it has done in recent years with Ryzen processors, AMD seems to want to stir the waters in the graphics cards field as well. Specifically, faithful to its appointment, the company unveiled its new proposals for the Radeon RX 6000 series, which will surely increase competition in the industry.

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The new models are based on the RDNA 2 architecture, which offers a giant step in performance during the first generation. More specifically, we have a 54% increase in efficiency per watt compared to RDNA architecture. In fact, according to AMD, RNDA 2 cards offer almost twice the performance in 4K compared to similar models of previous architecture.

The spearhead in AMD’s lineup is the Radeon RX 6800 XT, which practically comes face to face with the Nvidia GeForce RTX 3080, which it even beats in some cases while using fewer watts. The card is equipped with 72 computing units and 16 GB of memory. The basic kernel clock reaches 2015MHz and the boost clock reaches 2250MHz.

However, AMD does not stop there. The ‘reds’ also have a letter that beats the RTX 3090. We are talking about the Radeon RX 6900 XT, the most powerful card of AMD’s new lineup. Consuming only 300 watts, AMD proposes the RTX 3090 in various uses. In total, it is equipped with 16 GB of memory and 128 MB of “infinity cache”. Its core clock time reaches 2015MHz and the boost clock reaches 2250MHz.

Back to pricing now, the AMD Radeon RX 6800 XT will debut on November 18 with a price tag of up to $650. Its smaller sister, the RX 6800, will cost $580 and hit the market the same day. Lastly, the AMD Radeon RX 6900 XT is expected on December 8 for $1,000.

> Check next: OnePlus Nord N10 5G and OnePlus N100 Officially Revealed

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OnePlus Nord N10 5G and OnePlus N100 Officially Revealed

They will be available worldwide

The OnePlus Nord debuted this summer, but the Chinese company phone is only available in India and some countries in Europe. But now two new models have been revealed that will be available worldwide.

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OnePlus yesterday unveiled a new pair of Nord line phones for the mid-range segment, the N10 5G and N100 models, devices that according to the company are a new step in offering smart and cheap phones in the market. Both phones are priced below the price of 399 euros of OnePlus Nord and will be sold in Europe, Asia and America.

The Specs

 OnePlus Nord N10 5GOnePlus Nord N100
Display6.49-inch with 90Hz refresh rate6.52-inch
SoCSnapdragon 690Snapdragon 460
RAM
Storage
6GB of RAM
128GB of storage (microSD expandable to 512GB)
4GB of RAM
64GB of storage
Battery
Charging
4,300mAh
Warp Charge 30T
5,000mAh
CameraRear
64MP main lens
8MP ultra-wide
2MP macro
2MP monochrome

Front
16MP
Rear
13MP main lens
2MP bokeh
2MP macro

Front
8MP
Port(s)USB-C
3.5mm audio jack
USB-C
3.5mm audio jack
SoftwareOxygen OS 10.5Oxygen OS 10.5
Other FeaturesRear fingerprint sensorRear fingerprint sensor

The N10 starts at 349 euros and is powered by a Snapdragon 690 processor while the N100 starts at  a199 euros and is powered by a Snapdragon 460 processor. As the name suggests, the N10 5G is a 5G phone in the 6Ghz band only in Europe and has 6GB RAM accompanied by 128GB of memory.

OnePlus Nord N10 5G
OnePlus Nord N10 5G

It has a slightly larger screen 6.49-inch FHD than the OnePlus Nord and the same refresh rate of 90Hz. The fingerprint scanner is not under the screen but located on the back of the phone. However, buyers get stereo speakers, something the Nord lacked. The 4,300 mAh battery is charged via 30W technology. The N10 5G has four rear cameras: 64-megapixel, 119-degree ultra-wide, a macro, and a monochrome. Selfies are produced by a 16-megapixel sensor.

OnePlus Nord N100
OnePlus Nord N100

The N100 is the cheapest model with a 6.52-inch HD+ display with two stereo speakers. The battery has a massive capacity of 5,000 mAh but can only be charged with 18W. RAM memory is 4GB and a total of 64GB of storage. The main camera is 13-megapixel while accompanied by two other portrait and macro cameras. The fingerprint scanner is located on the back.

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OnePlus 8T

OnePlus continues to make good and cheap smartphones like the 8T

Not the cheapest possible, but $749 for what the OnePlus 8T offers are more than justifiable

If one finds the latest OnePlus smartphones a bit expensive, the company brings the 8th generation T version this time around.

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A massive 6.55″ screen which refreshes 120 times per second. Superfast charge Warp Charge 65. The 4,450mAh battery needs to be charged for a full day of use in just 15 minutes and a full charge takes 40 minutes. Four cameras will come to the OnePlus 8T. 48MP main camera with OIS, 16MP with ultra-wide-angle, as well as a macro camera and a monochrome.

The departure of the company’s co-founder Carl Pei can be interpreted as a bad omen for the company, but with the new smartphones, TVs and the entire line of products expected it does not look like that at all. He has stated that he is making this departure to dedicate himself more to his family and to pursue some old dreams.

> Check next: Huawei Mate 40 Pro revealed: 50MP camera and 90Hz screen

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Huawei Mate 40 Pro

Huawei Mate 40 Pro revealed: 50MP camera and 90Hz screen

A sleek design, excellent screen, and a capable camera but do they fill the biggest problem of this phone?

You could say that Huawei is towards the end, but their latest smartphone says a totally different thing. Bigger screen, better resolution, faster charging, and of course an unrivaled camera from anyone on the market.

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The Specs

 Huawei Mate 40 Pro
Display6.76-inch FHD+ OLED
(2,772 x 1,344)
90Hz refresh rate
SoCKirin 9000
Octa-core CPU
1x Cortex-A77 (3.13Ghz)
3x Cortex-A77 (2.54Ghz)
4x Cortex-A55
(2.05Ghz)

NPU (2x big cores, 1x little core)
GPUMali-G78 MP24
RAM
STORAGE
8GB
256GB
CameraRear:
50MP f/1.9
20MP f/1.8 ultra-wide
12MP f/3.4 5x periscope camera with OIS

Front:
13MP f/2.4
3D ToF
Battery4,400mAh
66W wired charging
50W wireless charging
Other FeaturesUSB-C

In-display fingerprint
3D face unlock

Bluetooth 5.2
Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac/ax
2.4Ghz and 5Ghz

SoftuareEMUI 11
Android 10

The Mate 40 Pro is Huawei’s latest super phone, which the company hopes to compete with the iPhone 12 Pro and Samsung’s Galaxy S20 and Note series. A phone with an attractive body, packed with the latest high technology and 5G. But while there are strong specifications on paper, it suffers from a major problem. 

The Camera

The main sensor has been increased from 40MP to 50MP. It manages to shoot in 4K at 60 fps but also slow-motion clips at 1080p at 480 fps and 3,840 fps at 720p. YES, you read it well, as many frames per second as you can film even one bullet coming out of the pistol. The Cine camera has a 20MP sensor and an ultra-wide-angle and is the first camera on a smartphone to remove distortion features. The 125mm periscope returns to the other 12MP sensor and this time reaches up to 5x zoom unlike the 3x of the predecessor.

Unlike the standard version, the Pro reaches up to 10x optical zoom, for results we have to wait for testing.

The Screen

The 6.73″ OLED display is pretty much a jump from the 6.53″ of the Mate P30. The resolution has also been increased to 1,344 x 2,772px. And apparently, Huawei has decided to still be among the Android with side curved screen, even pretty curved, 88° arc. Do not be afraid, the physical buttons are still present. The refresh rate does not go more than 90Hz while the boxes are stereo and equipped with 3D sound.

The Battery

The battery has also received special treatment. The capacity remains 4,400mAh but the speed at which it is charged is quite higher. With a USB-C cable, it can reach up to 66W of charge. With wireless it reaches up to 50W, surprising!

The power chip is the Kirin 9000 and joins Apple in the 5nm architecture. Undoubtedly the 5G modem is present in both mmWave and sub6 infrastructures. The Huawei Mate 40 Pro will come to Europe with only an 8GB/256GB configuration with a memory card space. The bold $1,200 price tag will bring a range of colors.

Pro+ uses ceramic materials and reaches up to 12GB RAM. Huawei is here and does not intend to leave, this is definitely confirmed by the Porsche version present this time as well.

Huawei Mate 40 series prices

  • Huawei Mate 40: 899 euros
  • Huawei Mate 40 Pro: 1,199 euros
  • Huawei Mate 40 Pro Plus: 1,399 euros
  • Porsche Design Mate 40 RS: 2,295 euros
  • Huawei FreeBuds Studio: 299 euros.

But is it worth it?

Due to the ongoing restrictions imposed by the US government, Huawei phones can not use any Google services, including Gmail, Maps and Chrome and, most importantly, the Google Play Store. While Huawei has its own app store (for which I will come later) it is nowhere to rival Google and makes this phone difficult to recommend to any of its rivals. 

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PayPal makes a sudden move in the cryptocurrency industry

PayPal joined cryptocurrency trading on Wednesday, allowing platform users to buy, sell and store bitcoin and other virtual currencies. PayPal customers can use cryptocurrencies to buy at 26 merchants on the company network starting from the first month of next year, the company said, writes gizmonova.

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We are working with central banks and all forms of digital currencies and how PayPal can play a role in their adoption,” said Dan Schulman, chief executive officer.

Currently, the ability to buy, sell and hold cryptocurrencies in PayPal wallets will only be offered to users in the US. In the first half of 2021 more countries will join this list. Other fintech and digital payment companies have also begun to allow users to buy and sell cryptocurrencies like Square or Robinhood. But PayPal’s extend does not compare to the platforms in question, as it has 346 million active accounts worldwide and a turnover of $222 billion.

Cryptocurrencies have fluctuating value and have therefore been more attractive to speculators and less so to traders and shops. Transactions have been slower and more costly than other systems. Many central banks around the world have expressed their intentions to build digital versions of cryptocurrencies in the coming years.

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Vivo officially enters the European market

The company’s leading smartphone will be the Vivo X51 5G

After several years of success in some very important markets in the world, Vivo finally enters Europe. Especially now that the Huawei gap needs to be filled by someone. The Chinese brand will now also be traded in Italy, Poland, France, Germany, Spain, and in the United Kingdom.

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The company’s leading smartphone will be the Vivo X51 5G,  a rebranded version of the X50 that launched earlier in the year. It will start at a price of £749 for 8GB/256GB. A 6.56 “AMOLED 90Hz display, 4,315mAh battery, and 33W charging. At the rear, there will be a triple set of cameras with 48MP main which for the first time introduces a gimbal stabilization OIS – micro with four axes.

It will be followed by the Y70 and Y20s, both the mid-range and lightweight with Snapdragon 460 and 5000mAh batteries.

Vivo also introduced the partnership with UEFA for the Euro 2020 championship but also Euro 2024. And recently the company has promised changes in its interface to align with pure Android for the needs of Europeans.

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iPhone 12 vs. OnePlus 8T

iPhone 12 vs. OnePlus 8T – where should you money go?

A few days after the launch of the iPhone 12 on October 13, OnePlus unveiled the OnePlus 8T

Both phones will be available from October 23 and will compete to seduce new buyers. The price for both smartphones is more or less the same, while the iPhone 12 costs $799 for the base model, the OnePlus 8T comes for a price of $749 – there is practically only $50 that separates these two devices. So a comparison of the specifications and features of these close competitors – iPhone 12 and OnePlus 8T was inevitable, writes slashgear.

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Samsung, Xiaomi, OnePlus mock the lack of a charger in the iPhone 12 box

OnePlus with the launch of OnePlus 8T this Wednesday emphasized that a 65W charger is included in the package

Among the things that made the most news after the iPhone 12 launch event was the lack of an adapter and headphones in the packaging. Apple’s justification is to reduce pollution from electronic devices left in our drawers and then in unrecycled bins.

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Such a move could not pass without a dose of sarcasm on the part of competing companies.

Samsung Caribbean posted a photo of an adapter on Facebook and wrote: “Your #Galaxy gives you what you are looking for. From the most basic as a charger, to the best camera, battery, performance, memory, and even 120Hz on a smartphone.”

Xiaomi did the same, in a Twitter post wrote “Don’t worry, we didn’t leave anything out of the box with the #Mi10TPro.

OnePlus has also entered the dance where with the launch of the OnePlus 8T this Wednesday, it emphasized that a 65W charger is included in the package.

However, the day is not far when these and other companies will start doing the same. Ultimately beyond the ecological concern, this strategy brings price reductions especially at such times when the market trend requires cost shrinking everywhere. In fact, Samsung itself is discussing that it will apply this strategy to 2021 products.

> Check next: What is the iPhone 12 MagSafe

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MagSafe

What is the iPhone 12 MagSafe

A smart move with the iPhone 12 launch bears the name MagSafe

The fact that Apple makes a lot of money from iPhone accessories is well known. The lack of a universal headphone jack and USB-C strengthen the need to purchase specific accessories to keep within the company ecosystem. A smart move with the launch of the iPhone 12 bears the name MagSafe.

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It is a new infrastructure of building the back of a smartphone, the wireless charging panel will also have some small magnets all around to hold behind its new accessories, from the charging pads which will already stay fixed with smartphones, pockets to hold cards but also new creations expected to come soon.

Since the launch of the iPhone 12, we saw several products, in addition to the card pocket, a dual pod was introduced, which can charge the smartphone but also a watch or headphone case. Belkin himself is working on such products.

MagSafe is not just a pair of magnets, the system is also equipped with NFC, an option that will allow the device itself to communicate with accessories which may also be smart. This way the smartphone will understand what that system is and what to do with it, such as the sleeve case which has a special space for the watch. When the iPhone is inside it will automatically turn on the clock on the screen.

On the other hand, Apple has also improved the charging itself which has already doubled to 15W. Probably not the fastest in the world but it is progress anyway, considering that wireless charging is not yet as fast as cable charging.

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