In the days following the birth of X Æ A-12, a human baby recently born to Grimes and fathered by Elon Musk, I have tried my best to just ignore the fact that two wealthy people have procreated and saddled that progeny with a code from a rejected Dan Brown novel rather than a name. But upon hearing both parents’ mismatched explanations of how to pronounce the title bestowed upon the newborn, I found that I simply could not let it go, as neither explanation accounts for the fact that this particular combination of symbols does not make any sound pronounceable in the English language.
The Profoto A1, a roundhead Speedlight, burst on to the scene a few years ago with an eye-watering price of $995. Since then, many manufacturers have released versions of roundhead speedlights, which cost far less, and prices of flashes and lighting, in general, have come down dramatically since then as well. The Profoto A1, which is a solid Speedlight, seems like it has been on perma-sale for $795 for a while, but it has now dropped in price to $595, which still far exceeds the price of many other options out there. Let's talk about this after the break.
Recently, renders of Samsung Galaxy A51 with Super AMOLED display, quad-rear cameras, in-screen cameras surfaced. Similarly, now renders of another Galaxy phone in the A series – Galaxy A71 has surfaced, revealing key details of the smartphone including a punch-hole display, quad-rear cameras, and more. According to the renders, the design of the Galaxy A71 is almost similar to the Galaxy A51 that surfaced recently, but the bezels are not as narrow as the A51. Regarding the specifications, the Galaxy A71 is said to sport a larger 6.7-inch Super AMOLED display, but the resolution is not known yet. The A71 is also said to sport a centered in-screen front camera, similar to Galaxy Note 10/Note10+.