This Week New Gadgets to Keep an Eye On
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The M2 MacBook Air

This Week’s New Gadgets to Keep an Eye On

Apple’s WWDC was the largest tech event of the week, bringing us the latest news on the upcoming versions of iOS and macOS, as well as a redesigned MacBook Air. But it wasn’t the only thing that happened this week. Here’s all you need to know about it.

 

Marshal Home Line III

A trio of living room speakers with an upgraded, broader soundstage, trademark Marshall visual style, and brass control knobs rounds out Marshall’s newest range of Bluetooth speakers.

The small, medium, and big speakers in the range are the Acton III, Stanmore III, and Woburn III, with the flagship Woburn III featuring HDMI input for TV connection. The price of the speakers starts at $279.

Marshal Home Line III

Leica M-A Titan Set

Nothing says “timeless,” “exclusive,” or “absurdly costly” like Leica, and the new Leica M-A “Titan” limited edition set surely does. Leica will produce a version of the analog Leica M-A and APO-Summicron-M 50 f/2 ASPH lens with critical components made of titanium for a limited run of just 250 units. You should expect to pay more than three times the advertised price of a non-titanium M-A, or USD 19,995, for that luxury.

Leica M-A Titan Set

 

KEF LSX II

For years, the KEF LSX has been one of our favorite low-cost all-in-one speaker systems. The sequel has finally arrived. The W2 wireless platform used in the premium LS50 series is found in the LSX, but not in the first-generation LSX speakers. The new model will be released on June 23rd and will cost $1,400 more than the original LSX advertised price of $1,100.

KEF LSX II

The M2 MacBook Air

The new MacBook Air is powered by Apple’s newest M2 CPU, which echoes the more squared-off appearance of the most recent MacBook Pro (more on that in a second). It’s essentially a little MacBook Pro. The new display is a 13.6-inch screen with rounded sides, and it comes in four hues, including a new deep blue.

The M2 MacBook Air

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