You're not seeing wrong, the watch face really is slanted. Seiko's latest collaboration with Italian design house Giugiaro Design brings back the Rider's Chronography from the 1980s, with a dial that's tilted clockwise 15 degrees and further sloped towards the wearer five degrees, so you can read the time easily when riding a motorcycle.
Fitbit’s Alta HR updates the previous Alta with a continuous heart rate tracker. The stylish and slim device also tracks your heart rate, calories burned, steps and distance. It uses motion data and heart rate variability to offer more detailed sleep tracking, letting you see different stages of sleep and how your daily activities impact your sleep patterns.
Designed in collaboration with legendary photography Chris Burkard, the Tanuck 40L Backpack is tough as nails and built for the professional. Inspired by a climbing haul bag, the Backpack is made from durable and water-resistant Cordura fabric, with MOLLE style webbing for accessories, and a front compartment for your camera gear.
The original ASUS ZenBook 3 was billed as a worthy MacBook competitor, and 2017’s ZenBook 3 Deluxe cements this position with new Intel Kaby Lake processors, a larger display, and more ports. The new model now features a 14-inch 1080p display and three USB-C ports, two of which support Thunderbolt 3. Key travel distance has also been improved, so you should enjoy a better overall typing experience.
Wish there was an easier way to digitize your sketches? With the new Intuos Pro Paper Edition, you can now literally clip a piece of paper to the board, draw and have it automatically converted to digital format when you connect it to a computer. The best part? The tablet itself stores up to 200 pages with unlimited layers, so you can sketch away without needing a computer.