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What does it take to Livestream regularly? For NXT July 2021, we interviewed an Instagram influencer who hosts Live events on FaceBook, a university lecturer who’s a Zoom guru, a YouTuber who occasionally holds four hour AMAs, and an eSports shoutcaster who provides colour commentary for regional eSports tournaments, and got their thoughts about presenting and lecturing online. This issue’s regular News section takes a look at the latest Gear that includes BMW iX, the German automaker’s first full EV compact SUV, Lenovo’s new IdeaPad Flex 5i Chromebook and Raurk’s latest premium music streamer, while our regular news section has a new IEMs from FiiO, smartwatches and smartphones from Garmin, realme, Suunto, POCO and Vivo, while in NXT Angel, our photo-snapping Clarissa takes the Fujifilm X-S10 around town. In Luxury we discover Corum’s stunning Golden Bridge timepiece, Bang & Olufsen’s leatherbound collaboration with Berluti, Buggati’s high-tech pool table with IXO, Smeg’s Supreme-branded mini-fridge, and Girard-Perregaux timepiece celebrating Aston Martin’s return to F1; while in Test, we review the slim LG 65-inch C1 OLED 4K TV, the B&O Beosound Level, the Polaroid Go camera, and the LG A9K-Ultra cordless vacuum cleaner. Finally, for Guru, with everyone working from home, recording artists have had to set up home studios, which is why the NXT Guru spoke to local musicians Alyssa Lie and Chester Tan about recording music from home.

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