Apple is stepping into the AR Headset arena with the Vision Pro. It’s designed to be an all in one device for movies, FaceTime, work projects, viewing photos and web pages, gaming and more. Out of the box, there will be 100+ Apple Arcade games available and may include support for standard controllers like PS5 Dualsense and Apple Vision Pro hands-free controls. Subscribers may be able to access AR experiences and content from Disney+.
It can be used to watch videos and has an “EyeSight” feature that shows your eyes to others and still be present in the room. Battery life is estimated to be around 2 hours. At this time, the pricetag is hefty, coming in at $3499 USD. While it’s a pretty cool piece of tech, the slow adoption of AR/VR and the high pricetag, the success of AR and the Apple Vision Pro will need some time to determine.
The Bose SoundLink Mini II SE is a refresh of previously released SoundLink Mini and Mini II. The original Mini released in 2013, the Mini II in 2015 and the current Mini II SE we are reviewing was released in 2019.
After nearly 5.5 years of using the OnePlus 5, I decided it was time to retire it due to the battery getting old and not nearly as reliable as I need it to be. I picked up the ZTE Axon 40 Ultra, which released globally in June 2022. There are two variations available for the phone and they are the 8 GB RAM/ 128GB Storage for $799 USD or 12GB RAM/256GB Storage for $899 USD. I picked up the 12GB RAM/256GB Storage variant on my own dime.
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