S32 E8 : Featured Gadgets

S32 E8: ( Episode 8 ) 13/11/20

Lists of Gadgets Featured on The Gadget Show

Film-maker and director Philip Bloom joins Jon Bentley to test two of the latest innovations in consumer steadicam technology. Georgie Barrat and Ortis Deley head to the coast and take to the waves on a hydrofoiling surfboard, which the manufacturers claim takes just 30 minutes to master. Host Craig Charles is tasked with installing a home security system, while Harry Wallop reveals how tech can be used to cut the cost of holidays.

s32 e8 featured

Episode 8 (13/11/20) 

To start off this episode 8 of The Gadget Show ( with some parts filmed before lock-down restrictions ) Craig introduces THE G TEAM; Today all 3 are out to help with easing the stress of home deliveries. With a app called ParcelTrack and The Arlo Audio Doorbell . And the chosen winner The iParcel Box so you can arrange your delivery to be left in this secure Amazon box that’s only accessible to you. Next is the time for THE JON TEST; Where he and a film maker Philip test out the latest steadicam technology, using a OnePlus 8 Pro on a DJI OM4 Steadicam. With some interesting results. Then it’s another bout of UNBOXING. Where Ortis opens the hugely awaited Xbox Series X , rather heavy in weight and price and the help of the gang test it out on Dirt 5. Then it’s a new segment where the gang have a set amount of money to purchase the most affordable gadget. First up is The HomePod Mini, then the very popular Sony WH-1000XM3 Headphones , and the Xbox Series S with no cd drive. Then it’s the time for THE TECH YEARS; Where Ortis gets us to guess the year when these gadgets came onto the market. Inc Packman Arcade Game , The Roland Tr-808 , The Sony Walkman , also the CD came out this year. The Sinclair ZX80 and The Commodore 64 both had to be the most popular home computers out of that year of 1980. Not to forget the famous GADGET SHOW COMPETITION with the last chance to enter this Comp 2 Competition. Finally Georgie Barrat and Ortis Deley head to the coast and take to the waves on a hydrofoiling surfboard, which the manufacturers claim takes just 30 minutes to master. Don’t forget to enter THE COMPETITION 2 Text GADGET to 6 55 55 (GOOD LUCK from gadgetshowprizes)