1 NINM Lab Long Time No See
HK$918 (about $118)
Nostalgia for the 1990s is all the rage right now, and what better way to go back in time than this achingly retro Bluetooth CD player? Clad in translucent plastic like a Game Boy of yesteryear, NINM Lab’s Long Time No See spins your discs while using Bluetooth 5.0 to connect to your speakers, iPhone, or wireless headphones. Or you can simply use the built–in speaker on the device.
The Long Time No See even comes with an internal magnet, which lets you stick it to a fridge or a bookshelf, making it something you can listen to anywhere. If you’re hankering for the days of Friends and the original PlayStation, then you’re going to absolutely love this. Now all you need is a tracksuit and a snapback hat to complete the look.
2 Freewrite Traveler
$599 From getfreewrite.com
There’s no doubting everyday life is full of distractions. If your job involves a lot of writing — or you’re dead set on sitting down to write the next great American novel — you might find yourself craving a moment’s respite from alerts and notifications so you can seriously commit some words to paper.
Continue reading your story on the app
Continue reading your story in the magazine
New Desktop Powerhouse
Apple introduces Mac Studio with M1 Max or new M1 Ultra chip
6 Apps to Block Unwanted Content
Banish ads, protect your privacy, and more
Do You Need an M1 Max?
Apple's latest MacBook Pros come with two powerful versions of its M1 chip – but which do you need?
Keychron Q2 Custom Mechanical Keyboard
Customize everything about your keyboard
iPhone SE (3rd generation)
Now even more bang for your buck
Ambient wireless listening with nearly any glasses
Apple unveils Studio Display
New 27-inch 5K display with built-in camera and audio
Dell Ultrasharp U3223QE
Perfect for productivity, but Dell's IPS Black image tech isn't as good as it claims to be
Caldigit Thunderbolt Station 4 Dock
All the ports a pro user could need
Power Up Your Mac
If your Mac’s not running as quickly as it should be, or you just want to squeeze every ounce of power you can from it, read on