The Best Tech Releases Of 2023 Thus Far

The best tech on the market.
2 March 2023

What will we ever do without technology? Our lives literally revolve around it from wifi to the smart appliances around our home. Thus, whenever a brand comes up with something new and innovative, we shift our focus and pay close attention.

In this list, we highlight the latest tech gadgets that have us totally intrigued. Check ‘em out below!

OPPO Find N2 Flip

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Flip smartphones are the new “it” device, which is why OPPO’s newest Find N model is worth checking out. The New Generation Flexion Hinge is thinner, smaller and stronger

than the first generation. Despite the compact nature of the phone, the Find N2 Flip has tons of features for the user to choose from with tools, widgets and preview sharp selfies with the vertical cover screen without opening the phone. OPPO also introduces the SUPERVOOC flash charging to the N2, making it the fastest-charging flip phone in the market.

Epson Powerlite L Series Projector

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The main issue with home projectors is the less-than desirable resolutions. Many aren’t capable of 4K output but Epson has the solution – the L series. Equipped with the new 3-chip 3LCD laser, the projectors are “virtually maintenance free, 20,000-hour laser light source and air filter.” They can project images up to 500 inches diagonally, between aspect ratios from the standard 16:10 to ultra-wide 21:9. It also includes 1.6 million pixels on screen with the WUXGA 4K Enhancement to provide smoother and sharper displays for an immersive viewing experience.

Playstation VR2

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The PS5 is the hottest gaming console as of late and its newest add-on is equally impressive. Unlike its predecessor, the new headset has done away with external cameras and processors. The streamlined look and feel also translate to the easy way of attachment by plugging it directly to the front of the console. The new controllers are much more robust with sensors that track eye movements inside the headset itself. While it isn’t cheap whatsoever, this piece of technology might be the way of the future and should not be slept on.

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