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Huawei Smart Door Lock Pro is the world’s first smart door lock with HarmonyOS

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Huawei has introduced the Smart Door Lock Pro to the home market, and it is the world’s first device in its category running HarmonyOS. The novelty has a lot of unlocking options, but the emphasis is on face recognition using an intelligent algorithm. The smart system even recognizes faces with makeup, glasses, hats on their heads, etc.

Huawei Smart Door Lock Pro is the world's first smart door lock with HarmonyOS

The built-in camera has a viewing angle of 78 °, which ensures face recognition of people of different heights (from 1.2 to 2 meters), who do not even have to stand directly in front of the lock – recognition is supported with a deviation of up to 45 ° from the lens axis.

Huawei Smart Door Lock Pro will not be a problem for people with OCD who, after closing the door, return to see if it is really closed: within 10 seconds after closing, the lock does not scan the face, which does not lead to accidental opening of the door during such a check.

Huawei Smart Door Lock Pro is the world's first smart door lock with HarmonyOS

Huawei Smart Door Lock Pro is the world's first smart door lock with HarmonyOS

In addition to face unlock, fingerprint unlock is supported, using an NFC adapter in a phone or smart watch, an NFC card, a password (including a temporary password set remotely) and, of course, a mechanical key.

Huawei Smart Door Lock Pro is the world's first smart door lock with HarmonyOS

The manufacturer has provided two power sources for the lock: a built-in 8800 mAh battery and four AA batteries. The battery life of the lock is 6-10 months. If the built-in battery of the lock runs out, it can be charged from a mobile battery via the USB-C port or even from phones if it supports reverse wireless charging. Of course, Huawei Smart Door Lock Pro supports smartphone control and configuration.

The novelty will go on sale in China on April 28, at the same time the price will be announced.

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Mini PC for those who want to stand out. Chatreey AMR5 offers an unusual design and mode switch

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Mini PC for those who want to stand out Chatreey

On Aliexpress, an unusual type of mini-PC with a fairly powerful processor appeared on sale. The Chatreey AMR5 model is based on the Ryzen 5 5600U, which offers six cores and a Vega 7 GPU.

Mini PC for those who want to stand out.  Chatreey AMR5 offers an unusual design and mode switch

The barebone kit is priced at $415, but you can also buy a PC preloaded with 8GB to 64GB of RAM and a 512GB to 2TB SSD. The top version will cost about $1,150.

The novelty stands out, of course, primarily for its design. Moreover, this very design is still associated with one of the functions of the PC. The ring at the top serves as a mode switch. It appears to toggle Windows power modes: Silent, Balance, and Performance Mode.

Mini PC for those who want to stand out.  Chatreey AMR5 offers an unusual design and mode switch

You can also note support for Wi-Fi 6, backlight, HDMI, DisplayPort, USB-C, USB 3.0 (x4), RJ45 ports and dimensions of 156 x 133 x 71.8 mm.

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Brand new tablet for only $60. Updated Amazon Fire 7 unveiled

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1652907100 Brand new tablet for only 60 Updated Amazon Fire 7

Amazon has quietly updated its budget Fire 7 tablets. To be more precise, the Fire 7 and Fire 7 Kids have been updated.

Brand new tablet for only $60.  Updated Amazon Fire 7 unveiled

There are no cardinal changes – these are all the same ultra-affordable devices with the appropriate parameters. Since technically the novelties are almost identical, we will talk about them as a single product.

So, the tablet still has a seven-inch screen with a resolution of only 1024 x 600 pixels. This is a very low resolution for 2022, but the price of the tablet is only $60 ($110 for the Kids version).

Brand new tablet for only $60.  Updated Amazon Fire 7 unveiled

It is based on an unnamed 2 GHz quad-core processor, which is 30% faster than the solution in the previous generation of the tablet. RAM has doubled, but it’s only 2 GB. Flash memory is available 16 or 32 GB, since there is a slot for microSD. Also autonomy increased by 40%, and now Amazon promises up to 10 hours of work. From the rest, we can note the appeared USB-C port, a 2 megapixel camera and three colors.

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Apple AirPods Pro ruptured a 12-year-old boy’s eardrums, leaving him disabled. The company was sued

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Apple AirPods Pro ruptured a 12 year old boys eardrums leaving him

Apple is facing legal action over AirPods.

According to sources, the company was sued due to the fact that a 12-year-old child was injured due to the use of Apple headphones. One would think that the headphones exploded, as this sometimes happens, but in this case the reason is completely different.

Apple AirPods Pro ruptured a 12-year-old boy's eardrums, leaving him disabled.  The company was sued

The child was watching a movie on Netflix using an iPhone and AirPods Pro. At some point, the Amber Alert system (child abduction alert system) went off. Initially, the headphones worked at a low volume, but the sound of Amber Alert was so loud that it ruptured the child’s eardrums and damaged the cochlea. After the incident, the boy suffered from hearing loss, nausea, dizziness and tinnitus. He is now required to wear a hearing aid.

In fact, this happened back in 2020, but, as is often the case, the general public will learn about such incidents much later.

The lawsuit alleges that Apple is aware of “defective” AirPods that do not mute Amber Alerts. What’s more, Apple also didn’t include a warning about a potential issue that users might encounter.

The lawsuit against Apple seeks damages for the boy and his parents, who are under enormous emotional stress due to the situation. The lawsuit seeks “punitive damages in an amount that will punish defendants for their conduct and deter other technology companies from engaging in such misconduct in the future.”

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