This week, YEMA announced its Superman 500 Collection of five watches designed for divers. While all five boast an impressive 500 meter water resistance, three of the watches, the Superman 500 GMT, the Pepsi, and the Batman, provide a 3-time GMT function for the globetrotters out there; the remaining two, the Superman 500 and the Superman 500 Mysterious Blue watches, do not have the GMT hand, but maintain the sleek look and many of the features found in this collection. Meanwhile, we learned this week that Astell&Kern will release its new SP3000 DAP on October 17th. Priced at a hefty $3,700, this luxury portable digital audio player features a 5.4-inch digital display, has wireless transfer capability, and is fast-charging in about 3.5 hours. If you haven’t read our Digest article, Rolls-Royce Cullinan Black Badge Chases Down Bandits In A Fuel Injected Twist On The Classic Western, do so now. Our resident auto expert, Jesus Garcia, reviews Jeremy Heslup’s latest short film, The Gunslinger, which features a Rolls-Royce Cullinan Black Badge (yes, you read that right!) saving an old west town. Also newly announced this week is Logitech’s new G CLOUD Gaming Handheld, a purpose-built gaming device for cloud gaming. Look for it to release on October 18th. Last, but certainly not least, we learned that DJI’s Osmo Mobile camera stand is available for purchase now. Not just a simple selfie stick, the stand is a high-end gimbal, offering four modes, that stabilizes any smartphone for exceptional video.
YEMA’s Superman 500 Collection
For the first time ever, YEMA has made the Superman 500 Collection water resistant to 500 meters.
Astell&Kern Has A New Flagship DAP: The SP3000
A stainless steel 904L chassis is used in SP3000, the first time Astell&Kern has employed this high caliber material in a DAP.
G CLOUD Is Logitech’s Ultimate Gaming Handheld
With G Cloud, Logitech establishes a new niche for the brand.
DJI’s New Osmo Mobile 6 Provides Superior Video Stabilization For Smartphones
The Osmo Mobile 6 offers four gimbal modes, making it extremely versatile.
Rolls-Royce Cullinan Black Badge Chases Down Bandits In A Fuel Injected Twist On The Classic Western
Jeremy Heslup’s latest film The Gunslinger features a Rolls-Royce Cullinan Black Badge saving an old west town using all-wheel drive and 592-hp.