October continues to be a big month for tech product releases, so we've rounded up the best of them. From the world's first rollable OLED TV to Bose's new gaming headset, these are best new tech gadgets that were announced this week.
DJI Pocket 2
DJI announced the next generation of its handheld gimbal for vloggers. The Pocket 2 has been upgraded from the original Pocket with a better camera and better built-in microphones. It's also compatible with a new line of modular accessories, such as a tripod or handle with added wireless connectivity. The Pocket 2 is really designed for people who want to shoot 4K videos that are way more stabilized than the ones taken on their smartphone.
LG's Rollable OLED TV
LG revealed its rollable OLED TV at CES around two years ago, but it didn't give us a price (or a release date). Well, that's changed. And if you were hoping that it was going to be in your price range, you might be a little disappointed. The 65-inch LG Signature OLED R costs $87,000 and it's available right now in South Korea. There's no US availability yet.
Audio-Technica AT-PEQ30 MM/MC Phono Stage
Audio-Technica announced a new high-performing phono preamplifier. The AT-PEQ30 has a beautiful and minimal aluminum front panel, plus there are gold plated connectors on its back. It has a 20Hz-20kHz frequency response, and it's designed to be paired with higher-end turntables.
Mophie 4-in-1 Wireless Charging Mat
This is a beast of an all-in-one charger. It's capable of wireless charging four devices at the same time, including two smartphones and two pairs of wireless earbuds, as well as an Apple Watch. There's an additional USB port in case you to charge a device that doesn't support wireless charging. Unfortunately it doesn't use Apple's new MagSafe standard.
Abode Outdoor Smart Cam
Abode finally made its tiny portable outdoor camera, which was first revealed at CES earlier this year, available for preorder. The Outdoor Smart Camera costs $229 — $159 for those that preorder — and is super versatile. It has a modular design that allows it to be mounted pretty much anywhere. You can even use it as a video doorbell, which really takes advantage of its super-wide 152-degree FOV. It's compatible with Amazon Alexa, with HomeKit support coming in the near future.
Bose QuietComfort 35 II Gaming Headset
Yep, this is exactly what it sounds like. Bose officially released the a gaming version of its popular QuietComfort 35 II noise-canceling headphones. It's simply the same noise-canceling headphones that you'd normally buy, but with two accessories: a boom microphone and a USB desktop dial (to adjust volume).
Belkin Boost Up Charge Pro USB-C Wall Charger
This is what Belkin claims is the "the smallest GaN 60W solution on the market." It's over half the size of other 60-watt chargers that are typically used to power today's laptops. It's made with gallium nitride (GaN), which is material that a lot of other fast chargers are using to help keep their size compact. It also supports Power Delivery (PD).
Wemo WiFi Outdoor Smart Plug
The Wemo WiFi Smart Plug is our favorite smart plug because it's nice and small and works with all the major smart ecosystems (Amazon Alexa, Google Assistant and Apple HomeKit). Now the company just released an outdoor version of that smart plug. In addition to being weather-resistant, the outdoor version has two outlets. It's ideal for people who want to control outdoor lighting during the holidays.