4 new gadgets that might interest you this week

This week's biggest tech event was Apple's WWDC, where we got the latest details on the next versions of iOS and macOS, as well as the newly designed MacBook Air. But that's not all that happened this week.

MacBook Air M2

Echoing the more rectangular design of the latest MacBook Pro, the new MacBook Air is powered by Apple's latest M2 processor. Basically, it's a small MacBook Pro. The updated display is a 13.6-inch screen with the same rounded corners as the MBP and is available in four colors including a new dark blue.

Leica M-A Titan Set

Nothing says "timeless", "exclusive" or "ridiculously expensive" like a Leica, and the latest limited edition Leica MA "Titan" certainly fits the bill. a version of the Leica MA counterpart and APO-Summicron-M 50 f/2 ASPH lens with key components made of titanium. For this luxury, you can expect to pay more than three times the non-titanium MA's list price, which is, say, $19,995.


The LSX uses the W2 wireless platform found in the premium LS50 line, but not in the first generation LSX speakers. The new model is offered at a higher price point, ranging from $1,400 to the LSX's original list price of $1,100, and will be available starting June 23rd.

Marshal Home Line III

Marshal's latest line of Bluetooth speakers includes three living room speakers with an improved, wider soundstage, Marshall's iconic visual design and brass control knobs. Acton III, Stanmore III and Woburn III make up the small, medium and large speakers in the range, while the flagship Woburn III boasts an HDMI input for connecting to a TV. Speakers start at $279.