Top Ten Tech Toys I Would Buy If I Had the Budget
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The DJI Mini 3 Pro is small enough that you don't need a licence in Canada and idiot-proof enough for me to use to shoot video.
2. JBL Endurance Dive Bluetooth Headphones
I like this wrap-around form factor, and they are waterproof too!
3. GoPro Hero 10
For non-aerial and underwater videos.
4. HP Omen Gaming Laptop
I already hate Dell, Acer, Toshiba and Lenovo, so if I was to spend money on something serious for gaming (if I ever found the time for it), maybe this one.
On the other end of the computing spectrum are Chromebooks. I could use it just for writing, surfing and streaming. I guess I'd try ASUS since Samsung ones don't seem to be available in Canada
6. Smart Watch
I'm not sure my Garmin Forerunner 910XT is cutting the mustard anymore. I would want something with better connectivity. Maybe the Fenix 6 Pro, but I'd be willing to consider Polar or Suunto as brands.
7. Kobo Sage
A waterproof eReader that can also play audiobooks via Bluetooth, and act as a digital note-taking device
8. Moleskine Ellipse Smart Pen
Speaking of note-taking, this pen works with a Moleskine paper notebook, and digitizes your notes and sketches as you draw.
9. Power Meter Pedals
If I find myself getting into triathlon again, power is the performance metric of choice when cycling, but it is very expensive to add that capability to a bike.
10. Smart Swim Goggles
Tracking laps swum is a pain, and performance metrics make for smarter training.