Gadgets: Arlo Go 2 security cam, GoDice, Technics SL-1200M7L and more

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From the July 2022 issue of E&T: give your security, gaming, DJing and more a high-tech boost.

Arlo Go 2


Secure anything, anywhere. This weatherproof security camera can livestream 1080p HD video via Wi-Fi and 4G SIM. The battery lasts months, perfect for a caravan, garage or allotment shed as well as home. You get alerts and can even trigger a siren or spotlight. The price includes a two-year Cloud storage plan.




New from the makers of smart Rubik’s cube GoCube, which we tested in June 2020, these six smart dice contain 3D sensors that connect wirelessly to a clever app full of games. Not just dice games like Yatzy (sic) and Pig but boardgames, maths and trivia games. It’s small, perfect for holidays, and a 13-second charge in the carry case is enough for two hours of gameplay.


Petoi Bittle


The world’s first palm-sized robot dog moves uncannily like a mini Boston Dynamics robot. Assemble (no screwdriver required) then control via app, or program its customised Arduino board using an open-sourced quadruped robot platform. You can even add smart sensors or mount a Raspberry Pi.


GameSir X3


If your Android phone uses USB Type-C (aka the oval one), this grip converts it to an ergonomic game controller, complete with tactile feedback and clever cooling. The wired connection means no lag, while Peltier cooling plus a rear fan mean up to a 12°C drop in CPU and 24°C drop in surface temperature.

From £65

Razer Leviathan V2


This punchy new soundbar is designed specifically for PC gamers. It’s the perfect size, at just 50cm wide, and the first soundbar ever to offer immersive THX Spatial sound. Meanwhile its colourful RGB Chroma lighting can be customised and the colours synced with other Razer peripherals.


Technics SL-1200M7L


An elegant special edition to mark the 50th birthday of the iconic Technics SL-1200 direct-drive turntable that inspired DJ culture. It comes in seven vibrant colours, each with a tonearm anodised in a golden hue, engraved serial number, and a gold-coloured Technics slipmat.


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