New Products, Nov 30, 2016: Panono 360-degree camera, Hotway Probox Max Pro Series 26,800mAh and more





Most 360-degree cameras in the market have two 180-degree cameras to create a 360-degree picture. Not the Panono.

This ball-shaped camera uses 36 3-megapixel cameras dotted around its spherical case to create a whopping 108-megapixel 360-degree picture with better quality. It has 16GB of internal memory, which can store up to 600 360-degree still images.

Elgato Eve Energy



It might look like a normal power plug but the Elgato Eve Energy is actually a smart plug.

Supporting Apple's HomeKit, the Eve Energy connects directly to your iPhone or iPad via Bluetooth. Once connected, you can turn its switch on or off using Apple's virtual assistant, Siri, or with a simple tap using its app. The app lets you see how much energy your devices are using over a period of time. If you have an Apple TV set, you can even use the Eve Energy to remotely turn on or off your devices via the Apple TV.

Hotway Probox Max Pro Series 26,800mAh



If you are going to be on the road for a while, you might want to take the Hotway Probox Max Pro Series 26,800mAh power bank with you.

It is able to charge an Apple iPhone 6 eight-and-a-half times. Its dual USB output ports allow for two devices to be charged simultaneously, while its intelligent dynamic charging control helps to prevent short circuits.

DJI Mavic Pro


$1,480 (with remote controller)

The DJI Mavic Pro has finally landed in Singapore. This small but powerful drone can be folded up and easily packed into your backpack or handbag.

The Mavic is able to shoot 4K videos and full high-definition slow motion vides. With its ActiveTrack technology, you can set it up to follow a subject or yourself and have your very own personal drone shooting your adventures.

Squarestreet SQ03 B-15



The SQ03 B15 is a classic timepiece by Squarestreet, a Scandinavian lifestyle label.

The watch is powered by Swiss Ronda quartz movement, which is chosen for its superior build quality and slimness.

It features a minimalist design with an elegant circular tip highlighting the hour index. Its watch face features four long tick marks in three hour segments, with shorter marks denoting minute-by-minute segments. A grey Nato strap completes the elegant design.

Panasonic Lumix DMC-LX10


Pricing to be confirmed (available next month)

Armed with a 1-inch 20.1-megapixel image sensor and a sharp 24-72mm f/1.4-2.8 Leica lens, the new Panasonic Lumix DMC-LX10 is said to deliver fine details even in low light conditions.

Its aperture ring on the lens barrel gives you direct control of the aperture, while the rear dial lets you set shutter speed for quick handling. Its 3-inch touchscreen display can be tilted 180 degrees for taking selfies.

Compiled by Trevor Tan

A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on November 30, 2016, with the headline 'New Products'. Print Edition | Subscribe