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This week we have some reviews for music and photography enthusiasts. First, James Trew put the GoPro Hero 10 Black at its pace and was impressed with the features of the new GP2 processor. Next, Billy Steele listened to Jabra’s $ 80 Elite 3 earphones and considered them one of the company’s best gadgets because of the combination of price and features. Finally, Terrence O’Brien played around with the Arturia SQ80V synth emulator and was fascinated by its sleek user interface and timeless sound. James Trew / Engadget James True is clear about new things GoPro Hero10 Black : Very similar to last year’s model, except for the impressive new GP2 processor. This chip provides an overall frame rate improvement, including 5.3K at 60fps. He is also responsible for the updated HyperSmooth 4.0 stabilization technology. This allows for smoother shooting scenarios, faster user interfaces, faster media offload, and even better front displays. According to GoPro, GP2 features can also help improve your photos and videos.
In James’ test, this was born well. He saw significantly better image quality in Hero 10 Black than in Hero 9. James said the 100% crop that Hero 10 was able to capture, and the differences in detail were immediately noticeable. Textures like roads and leaves. He also enjoyed the added flexibility of the new resolution and frame rate combinations. This is another bonus of GP2 processing power. Hero 10 Black also adds a hydrophobic lens coating. This prevents water droplets from collecting in blurry droplets. With 120fps 4K video, you can achieve quite slow motion and take advantage of old-fashioned wire transfers. One of the only downsides is the short battery life, but James says the Hero 10 is built with everything that worked on GoPro devices. Billy Steele / Engadget NS Jabra Elite 3 Earphones have many benefits. Affordable, with functional controls, a new design for a comfortable fit, impressive sound quality, and a solid feature set. Billy Steele says they far exceed his expectations and offer an incredible value to the $ 80 price tag. During the test, he was immediately impressed with the sound quality, which was good at emphasizing details such as the rattling of snare drums. He realized that call quality was serviceable, but other features such as earphone mute control were also well thought out. He was also happy with the battery life of almost 7 hours.
However, the low-priced model forgets some things that are commonplace with other earphones. Here, the buds on the Elite 3 do not have wireless charging and active noise cancellation. Billy said one of the few drawbacks of Elite 3 is the lack of an automatic pause feature. He also said that while only EQ customizations are available in the presets, the Elite 3 is better than similar models […]