5th September 2020 - News & Reviews on BBC Radio Berkshire

Sep 06, 04:23 PM
Fevzi Turkalp, the Gadget Detective, joins Bill Buckley on BBC discusses the latest tech and answers listeners' questions. This week the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold2, the latest smartphone to feature a folding screen, but are folding screens really the future? Plus the US Court of Appeals have ruled in favour of Edward Snowden in his whistleblower case involving mass surveillance. Questions include how important is it to correctly eject a USB drive before removing it from a computer? 

Gadget of the Week is the DJI OM 4 smartphone gimble. Costing around £140, this gadget connects to your smartphone and stabilises motion to massively improve the quality of footage taken. It also comes with its own tripod and can automatically track you as you move around, it can also help take great panoramic shots. Scoring 4.5/5, listen in for more details.

Second Gadget of the Week is the Eufy HomeVac S11 Infinity, a rechargable stick vacuum cleaner with an innovative design that makes it lighter to use and also includes a detachable smaller handheld cleaner and a range of head attachments. With a price often around half that of other similar models, it comes with two batteries offering up to 80 minutes of run time and scores 4 out of 5. 

You can hear Fevzi on BBC Berkshire every Saturday around 12.05pm and can follow and contact him on Twitter @gadgetdetective

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