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This week, Sonos officially launched its smart voice assistant – called sonos voice control – For all its smart-enabled speakers. (Sonos is also doing a giant refurbished speaker saleFor those interested in great deals.) The latest Harry Styles record, harry’s housebecame Best selling vinyl record of recent times (Defeating Taylor Swift). And there were fresh rumors that Apple’s next “Pro” could be the iPhone always on display, But many other new gadgets were also announced this week.

Here’s what you need to know.

Fujifilm X-H2S

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Fujifilm announced its latest flagship APS-C mirrorless camera, the X-H2S, the successor to its 2018-release X-H1. The new model packs a bigger 26.2-megapixel sensor and some impressive fast-shooting capabilities, including a 40/fps burst-shooting mode with continuous autofocus tracking. Fujifilm also announced a number of compatible lenses, including XF 18-120mm Powered Zoom ($899) – which we expect to be wildly popular – being the standout.

worth: $2,499 (body only)

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Dell UltraSharp 32 4K Video Conferencing Monitor

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Consider this Dell’s direct answer to Apple’s Studio Display. The 4K monitor costs exactly the same, but it’s a bit larger (32″ versus 27″) and comes with a higher-resolution 4K webcam that uses AI technology (like Apple’s Center Stage) to let you video chat. Keeps in focus and frame during. Like studio displays, Dell’s monitors have built-in microphones and speakers, and connect to any laptop via a USB-C connection. It ships in July.

worth: $1,599

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Sennheiser TV Clear

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Sennheiser’s latest pair of wireless earbuds are designed specifically for TV listening. They can also connect wirelessly to any new or old TV (via built-in Bluetooth or low-latency transmitters, respectively) and allow the user to listen at their preferred volume level. Additionally, they allow the wearer to change various sound settings, for example if they want to reduce bass and make dialogue more prominent. Catch? These new buds don’t come cheap.

worth: $400

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iPad mini 6. Case Pro for Pitaka Magi

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None of Apple’s iPads currently support wireless charging, but the new Pitaka case allows you to charge the iPad mini 6 wirelessly like a MagSafe; The case snaps onto the included charging pad magnetically and starts charging the iPad mini 6. The company also announced a new charging stand, Magz Charging Stand ($129), which works with the same case and adds a Qi-wireless charging pad to its base so you can wirelessly charge your smaller iPad as well as your iPhone or any other device like the AirPods Pro. Unfortunately, Pitaka doesn’t make MagEase cases for any of Apple’s other iPads.

worth: $79

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Focusrite Vocaster Series

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Focusrite is renowned for its high quality recording equipment designed for music and audio professionals. However, the company’s latest Vocaster line is aimed at podcasters just starting out. There are two standalone interfaces to choose from, both of which have tools to adjust gain, amplify and mute sounds, and easily add pre-recorded sounds (for intro and outro). Vocaster One (shown) Designed for single podcasters, while Vocaster Two There are podcasters more designed with two hosts or guests. You can also buy bundles of each that include headphones, mic, and various cables.

worth: $200 – $300

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