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Best new tech releases of August 2022 from earbuds to gaming monitors

Enjoy the new tech out to help you get the blazing best from summer (Picture Supplied/Getty)

Well, the school holidays are upon us and so are the demands from our children, loved ones, husbands, girlfriends, wives and others, including ourselves.

Whether you have the whole summer to enjoy or just a few weeks, there are some things that will just make your time to yourselves just that little bit better with some of the best gadgets around.

Whether it’s Smart watches, TV or speaker systems, drinks makers, ear pods or cameras, we’ve got a list of new tech you can enjoy.

Check out our selection below.

Honor Watch GS3

The Honor Watch GS3 (Picture: Supplied)

The Honor Watch GS3 (Picture: Supplied)

Beautifully crafted from stainless steel, Honor’s timepiece fuses trad style with clever smartwatch features like fitness and health-tracking smarts, a multi-week battery life and on-board GPS.

Buy from £169.99 from Honor.

KEF LSX II Wireless HiFi System

The KEF LSX II wireless HiFI system (Picture: Supplied)

The KEF LSX II wireless HiFI system (Picture: Supplied)

These bookshelf-sized speaker boxes 
are individually amplified and powered, and talk to each other wirelessly, making them ideal for beefing up TV or laptop.

Buy for £1,119 from KEF.

Samsung Odyssey Neo G8

The Samsung Odyssey Neo G8 (Picture: Supplied)

The Samsung Odyssey Neo G8 (Picture: Supplied)

This 32in curved display 
just happens to be the world’s first 4K gaming monitor 
with an impressive 240Hz refresh rate, making it an absolute gaming beast.

Buy for £1,299 from Samsung.

Sodastream Art

The Sodastream Art (Picture: Supplied)

The Sodastream Art (Picture: Supplied)

This carbonating contraption, with its Quick Connect cylinder, beats the old screw-in design. It has a stylish finish, a great choice of flavoured add-ons and is eco-friendly.

Buy for £119.99 from Sodastream.

Sennheiser Momentum True Wireless 3

The Sennheiser Momentum True Wireless 3 (Picture: Supplied)

The Sennheiser Momentum True Wireless 3 (Picture: Supplied)

Third time’s a charm for Sennheiser’s premium ANC 
buds. Building on an 
already winning formula, they bring improved performance, excellent, detailed sound and decent 28-hour battery life.

Buy for £219.99 from Sennheiser.

Nikon Z9

The Nikon Z9 (Picture: Supplied)

The Nikon Z9 (Picture: Supplied)

Designed around a 45.7-megapixel sensor, this full-frame and water-resistant mirrorless snapper is built like a tank, has dual XQD card slots to keep up with its speed and a clever, dual-axis tilt screen for shooting at practically any creative angle.

Buy from £5,299 from Jessops.

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