Stuff Picks: B&O Play's first wireless headphones built for the busy audiophile

And the throwback has made a comeback with Logitech's new trackball

Beoplay E8 (S$429)

Bang & Olufsen has expanded its earphone lineup with the latest Beoplay E8.

Their first truly wireless earphones exudes simplicity and style while delivering quality sound, a seamless listening experience on the move and a design in premium materials.

The splash and dust resistant Beoplay E8 is designed for those constantly on the go without compromising on crisp and clear sounds on your travels. Without needing to take your smartphone out, you can simply tap on the aluminium encircled touch interface and you are set up to listen to music, switch between tracks, take calls and even activate voice commands. It also comes in a premium leather charging case to compliment your style.

The Beoplay E8 comes in Black and Charcoal Sand and will be available at Bang & Olufsen Grand Hyatt and Takashimaya showrooms from mid-October 2017.

Logitech MX Ergo (S$149)

Long before wireless mice, trackballs owned the dekstop tables alongside keyboards. But it seems Logitech is bringing back the old peripheral with new technology. 

Logitech’s MX ERGO offers personalized comfort with a unique adjustable hinge, precision tracking with multi-device connectivity for trackball enthusiasts, and those consumers searching for alternatives to mice and touchpads.

With the adjustable hinge, you can tilt the angle of the mice from 0 to 20 degrees which Logitech claims to improve your wrist posture and pronation. 

It's a refreshing take on the trackball if you are tired of using the same old mouse.

The MX ERGO will be available at your nearest retail store starting 13 October or through Logitech's official website.

Panasonic EZ950 4K HDR OLED TV (Starting from S$4,999)

4K TVs are starting to pop up in homes and if you have finally decided to upgrade your flatscreen, Panasonic's EZ950 OLED TV is the model you should seriously consider.

The EZ950 comes with a HCX2 processor which is the Hollywood colour grading environment standard. Its Absolute Black filter absorbs stray ambient light and minimises reflections which can be annoying here in sunny Singapore.

It has also met the stringent standards of the UHD Alliance’s highest ‘Ultra HD Premium’ which takes into account its resolution, high dynamic range (HDR) performance, image precision, wide colour gamuts and more.

If that isn't validated enough, it is also THX Display-certified proving its sharp and clear quality is of premium standards.

The EZ950 will be available at S$4999 for the 55-inch or S$8999 for the 65-inch through Panasonic's official website.

Bosch SilentMixx (S$188)

For those in need to get their smoothies fix, the Bosch SilentMixx (MMB43G2B) is not just a blender, it's the most silent high-performance blender made by Bosch. Giving you peace and quiet while it blends your frozen cocktail to get you the silky-smooth or slushy texture result you have always wanted.

Its thick-walled ThermoSafe glass also makes it easy and safe for blending various temperature levels, from ice to piping hot condiments.

This is blender that will make your milkshake bring all the boys to the yard.

The Bosch MMB43G2B 700W Blender is available now on Lazada or your nearest retail store.

Klipsch ProMedia 2.1BT (S$399)

Rounding up this week's Stuff Picks is a new set of speakers for your computer.

The Klipsch ProMedia 2.1BT with Bluetooth, so you can wirelessly stream your favourite music through the speakers from your smartphone or laptop when you're done gaming. These speakers include the brand's MicroTractrix sound for incredible acoustic performance, and seperate subwoofer control so you can enjoy the bass just the way you like it.   

And it's also perfect for those who prefer the mighty headphone jack.

The Klipsch ProMedia 2.1BT can be yours for S$399 at official distributor's Tat Chuan Acoustic's webstore.