The latest GoPro Hero8 Black, plus 2 other cool new gadgets you need in your life

Check out the whizzbang new features on the new GoPro action camera, the retro Nokia 2720 Flip and the new Nintendo Switch Lite.

Man swimming underwater holding GoPro
  • Mark Gambino
  • January 2020

The new GoPro HERO8 Black has nifty features to improve video and photo capture, the old-school Nokia Flip is great for those who prefer a less-smart phone and you no longer have to play by yourself with the latest handheld console from Nintendo.

Whether it’s for taking fabulous photos on your action adventures, gaming on the go or to upgrade your smartphone with a retro vibe – add these tech products to your shopping list.

GoPro HERO8 Black

The is the newest addition to the GoPro family. It comes with a host of features that improve both video and photos. Automatic frame rate adjustment, Auto Horizon Levelling and improved image stabilisation help videos remain level and buttery smooth across all resolutions. Switch to still photos for a greater range of light from shadows, thanks to advanced AI-enabled image processing.

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GoPro Hero8
The GoPro's impressive new range of features ensure better quality photos and video.

Nintendo Switch Lite $329.95

Go for your Mario Kart PB anywhere, anytime with this lightweight handheld console. Featuring built-in dual controls, a 5.5-inch hi-res screen and up to seven hours gameplay, this sibling to the Switch supports all Nintendo Switch games that have handheld play. You can also connect to other Switch consoles locally or challenge friends in multiplayer mode. opens in new window

Nintendo Switch Lite
Beat boredom when you travel with Nintendo's new handheld console.

Nokia 2720 Flip $149

Get your ‘90s on with this old-school flip phone that’s made a comeback. Durable and strong, with a whopping 28-days standby battery time, it has big buttons and big text making it suitable for everyone. Google Assistant powered voice control offers basic functions and there’s also an emergency button to automatically reach contacts should you need assistance. opens in new window