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Facebook’s Ray-Ban shades and Google’s new doorbell make this week’s Lust List


It’s time for our weekly round-up of the hottest new gadgets (Metro.co.uk)

The weather may be completely unpredictable right now, but thankfully the tech train keeps on rolling.

Each week brings us new gadgets to pore over and this week we’ve got fitness equipment, a new pair of high-tech shades from Facebook and…a doorbell.

Try to contain the excitement.

Anyway, here are the new tech products that caught our eye this week.

Renpho AI bike

The Renpho AI bike (Renpho)

This exercise bike uses an AI algorithm to create effective, personalised workouts, with more than 70 customisable fitness classes that require no membership. Connect your phone or tablet and you’re good to go.

£699, uk.renpho.com

Panasonic SoundSlayer wearable gaming speaker

The Panasonic SoundSlayer (Getty)

Worn around the neck, this creates a personal sound bubble while freeing your ears from headphones. A built-in mic lets you chat too.

£159.99 (from late September), panasonic.com

Nuratrue wireless earbuds

The Nuratrue wireless earbuds (Nurature)

These clever earbuds can scan your ears, tailoring the sound specifically to you, so that you can enjoy music at its very best.

£199.99, nuraphone.com

Google Nest Doorbell

The Google Nest Doorbell (Google)

We never thought we’d describe a doorbell as beautiful but the wireless Nest Doorbell is as sleek, minimal and handsome as they come.

A built-in camera and object detection don’t hurt its credentials, either.

From £179.99, store.google.com

512 Audio Limelight

The 512 Audio Limelight (512 Audio)

Ideal for kick-starting your streaming or podcasting career, this mic from 512 Audio has been specifically tuned to capture clear vocal tones while ignoring background noise. Witty banter not included.

£189.99, 512audio.com

Facebook Ray-bans

The Ray-ban Stories smart glasses (Facebook)

Facebook’s new collab with Ray-ban, dubbed Ray-ban Stories, gives smart-spec style a good name.

They have two cameras on the front and a button on the temple to keep you connected on the move.

$299 (£216), ray-ban.com

Fitbit Charge 5

The Fitbit Charge 5 (Fitbit)

Fitbit’s most advanced tracker has a punchy colour screen, an ECG tracker for heart health and an EDA sensor to measure stress, as well as the usual fitness smarts.

£169.99 (from late September) fitbit.com

This article contains affiliate links. We may earn a small commission on purchases made through one of these links but this never influences our experts’ opinions. Products are tested and reviewed independently of commercial initiatives.


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