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According to the new market research report “Medical Decision Support Systems for Sepsis Market: Revolutionary Primer for Clinical Decision Support (Market Dynamics, Case Studies, Regional Analysis (North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, Rest of the World)) – Global Forecast” published by MarketsandMarkets™.The Global Medical Decision Support Systems for Sepsis Market is projected to reach USD 35.6 Million, at a CAGR of 24.3%.Major Market Growth Drivers:Increasing Funding and Research GrantsGrowing Presure to Curb Healthcare Spending and Improve Patient OutcomesMachine Learning and Artificial Intelligence in Clinical Decision Support SystmesBrowse 3 market data Tables and 3 Figures spread through 65 Pages and in-depth TOC | Request Research Sample Pages: https://www.marketsandmarkets.com/requestsampleNew.asp?id=227232851Target Audience For the Research Report:Healthcare institutions/providers (hospitals, medical groups, physician practices, diagnostic centers, pharmacies, ambulatory centers, and outpatient clinics)Healthcare insurance companies/payersHealthcare it service providersVenture capitalistsGovernment bodiesIncreasing funding & research grants, growing pressure to curb healthcare spending, and improving patient outcomes are the major factors propelling the growth of the market.In addition, machine learning & artificial intelligence in CDSS is posing as a lucrative opportunity for the market in the coming years.Various players in the market offer sepsis CDS solutions embedded in their EHR while there are others who offer separate surveillance solutions for sepsis.North America dominated the market.Geographically, the global medical decision support systems for sepsis market is divided into North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, and the Rest of the World (RoW).North America accounted for the largest share in 2017 owing to factors such as rising incidence of sepsis, focus of major players in the region and increasing investment in HCIT expenditure.Download PDF Brochure: https://www.marketsandmarkets.com/pdfdownloadNew.asp?id=227232851Wolters Kluwer Health (US), Cerner Corporation (US), Philips Healthcare (Netherlands), Amara Health Analytics (US), McKesson Corporation (US), Ambient Clinical Analytics (US), Iatric Systems Inc. (US), PeraHealth Inc. (US), Health Catalyst Inc. (US), and Allscripts Healthcare Solutions, Inc. (US) are the key players in the global medical decision support systems for sepsis market.
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According to Market Research Future (MRFR), The global acoustic vehicle alerting systems market is estimated to witness a CAGR of 12% from 2019 to 2025 (forecast period).The report discusses the strengths, opportunities, threats, and potential business risks and offers a detailed analysis of the global market situation with the effect of COVID-19.The Acoustic Vehicle Alerting System (AVAS) is a sound generation device for electric vehicles and hybrid electric vehicles.The low noise level of the EV could make it difficult for pedestrians, particularly the visually impaired population, to detect an approaching EV immersion in the flow of traffic due to the masking effect of ambient noise.In addition, the increasing number of electric vehicles on the road increases the possible danger of silent vehicles for pedestrians, cyclists, and the general population.ALSO READ:https://www.marketwatch.com/press-release/acoustic-vehicle-alerting-systems-market-is-anticipated-to-achieve-cagr-of-12-by-2025-trends-share-size-growth-insight-competitive-analysis-2020-08-13?mod=mw_quote_news=yMarket DynamicsThe growth of the global market for acoustic vehicle alerting systems can mainly be attributed to the strict regulations imposed by governments across the globe to curb the risk of accidents induced by electric vehicles' low sound.For example, the European Union has a new regulation requiring all new electric and hybrid vehicles to alert pedestrians when traveling at speed below 12 mph by 2021.Likewise, in the US, the National Highway Safety Administration (NHTSA) mandated to require all electric and hybrid vehicles to emit sound while traveling up to 18.6 mph by September 2020.Nevertheless, the reliability and longevity of AVAS in electric vehicles are expected to impede the growth of the global market for acoustic vehicle alerting systems over the forecast period.
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There are some cool features that the new Moto G9 Plus comes packed with and in this article, we are going to look at all the features and specifications of Moto G9 Plus.Let’s scroll down and find what’s best about this device.The display is the most important component of a smartphone and it is something we all take a look at before buying a new smartphone.It is a big, bright, sharp, and colorful display.Moto G9 Plus runs Android 10, which is easy to use and navigate through.Camera quality is something that you cannot skip to check before buying a new smartphone.Motorola has been popular for producing devices with the best camera and  Moto G9 solidifies that reputation as it comes with a rear camera setup of 64MP + 8MP + 2MP + 2MP, allowing you to capture high-quality videos and photos.The built-in fingerprint sensor, accelerometer, ambient light sensor, gyroscope, and proximity sensor are also worth mentioning.There are some advanced features and specifications that Moto G9 Plus comes packed with, and it is going to need some power to make this device function at its best.
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  Sensors in the Field of Health and WellnessInnovative sensor technologies in the areas of ambient assisted living, health, fitness and prevention are used in a wide range of applications.Biosensors for monitoring body chemistry. However, it is innovative to supplement conventional fall mats with fall mat sensors that register load changes on the mat and quickly call for help via a call system. Sensor materials can be used for a wide variety of purposes:• Measurement of the fluid level in the body (too low/too high)• Measurement of skin resistance• Recording of vital functions (heartbeat, breathing rhythm, temperature)• Measurement of pressure and deformation (e.g. Pressure point detection)• Monitoring of movement sequences (athletes, elderly persons)Since the sensors incorporated in the textiles are much thinner than a hair, they are hardly noticed by the wearer of the garment. Also, some sensors do not require a power source, as they generate electricity themselves. Sensor technology in vehiclesWith cameras, infrared and ultrasonic sensors and radar sensors, driver assistance systems, such as autonomous emergency braking systems or parking aids, make everyday life easier and also increase safety on the road.
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This report by Future Market Insights (FMI) examines the 'Global Thermal Insulation Material Market’ for the period, 2015 - 2020.The primary objective of the report is to offer updates and invaluable insights on thermal insulation material market globally.The construction industry mainly uses thermal insulation material to maintain ambient temperature, i.e.1°C to 100°C.The report is split into three sections namely material types, temperature range and regions in order to understand and assess the opportunities in this market and analyse the global thermal insulation material market in terms of value (US$ Mn).Sample of Research Report @ https://www.futuremarketinsights.com/reports/sample/rep-gb-660The report starts with an introduction of thermal insulation material along with its historical background, followed by an overview of construction sector output across the globe.In the same section, FMI covers thermal insulation material market revenue and value chain analysis.However, quantifying the market across aforementioned segments and regions is more a matter of quantifying expectations and identifying opportunities rather than rationalising them after the forecast has been completed.In addition, it is imperative to note that in an ever-fluctuating global economy, we not only conduct forecasts in terms of CAGR, but also analyse the market on the basis of key parameters such as Year-on-Year (Y-o-Y) growth to understand the predictability of the market and to identify the right opportunities across the global thermal insulation material market.As previously highlighted, the market for thermal insulation material globally is split into various categories based on region, material type and temperature range.
Don't mind us just trying to enlighten the mood From the department of what can't Microsoft Teams do comes news of tuition for Buddhist monks and AI slithering into medical workflows.…
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The global smartphone market is witnessing incremental growth opportunities owing to the rising demand for electronic devices.The above information was shared by Fortune Business Insights in a report, titled “Smartphone Market Size, Share and Global Trend By Operating System (Android, Windows, iOS and Other), By Price (High Range, Medium Range, Low Range), By Ram Size (Below 2GB, 2GB-4GB, Up to 8GB), By Distribution Channel (Online, Offline, Multi-brand, Single Brand) and Geography Forecast till 2025.” The demand for smartphones is increasing at a rapid pace as people look for improved connectivity on the go.These platforms help users to make instant video calls, email and other purposes.The analysts in the report say that internet penetration is increasing in developing and developed nations.This, in turn, is expected to increase the global smartphone market revenue in the forecast years.By Sensor Type• Interface Sensoro Proximityo Near Field Communication(NFC)o Ambient Light Sensor• Security Sensoro Face/Eye/Iris Recognitiono Fingerprint Sensor• Motion Sensoro Accelerometero Gyroscopeo Compass• Others Sensor (Touch Sensors, Optical Sensors)2.
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You can’t focus on your work properly if you feel stressed.It helps you relax and soothes your mind with soft music.It contains some good music tones that can give your mind relaxation.The app is known for its ambient music.It will change your thoughts and create a good atmosphere around you.Some call it a “Meditation app” because it contains some lessons that may help you know how to manage stress, keep anger under control, and stay happy whenever you face tough situations.It offers some useful breathing exercises that may prove beneficial and help you feel stress-free.
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A lot of us pick up bits of info from various places, like magazines, websites, from girlfriends, and from our mothers who got info from their friends, magazines, and their mothers. The FreeBuds Pro are said to be the world's first true wireless stereo (TWS) earphones to support intelligent dynamic noise cancellation. Read Full article Here> 皮秒激光  Huawei FreeBuds Pro, FreeLace Pro pricing and availability The Huawei FreeBuds Pro are priced at EUR 199 (roughly Rs. 10,330) and will go on sale this month.Huawei FreeBuds Pro featuresThe Huawei FreeBuds Pro are true wireless earphones, featuring active noise cancellation for blocking out ambient noise. The earphones' hybrid noise cancellation technology includes inward and outward facing microphones that is said to reduce noise by up to 40dB. The earphones are also able to dynamically switch between different noise cancellation modes, based on the amount of ambient noise.
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A new market study, “ Global Fats & Oils Market Market - Upcoming Trends, Growth Drivers And Challenges – Forecast To 2020-2025” has been featured on WiseGuyReports.Fat is one of the three main macronutrients, along with carbohydrate and protein.An oil is any nonpolar chemical substance that is a viscous liquid at ambient temperatures and is both hydrophobic and lipophilic.Demand from the respective food sectors of these countries, which are supported by rise in living standards and population growth are factors driving the fats & oils market.The increased focus on biofuels, such as biodiesel from vegetable oils and animal fats, is fueling the demand for fats & oils.The global Fats & Oils market was valued at xx million US$ in 2018 and will reach xx million US$ by the end of 2025, growing at a CAGR of xx% during 2019-2025.This report focuses on Fats & Oils volume and value at global level, regional level and company level.From a global perspective, this report represents overall Fats & Oils market size by analyzing historical data and future prospect.
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Transparency Market Research (TMR) has published a new report titled, “HPLC Market - Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends, and Forecast, 2018–2026”.HPLC systems are witnessing increased usage in environmental analysis in order to control pollution, provide safe packaged and processed food for the food & beverage industry, and also in the development of new drugs for preventing and treating new as well as exiting diseases.HPLC technique detects and separates the components at ambient temperatures and hence, the U.S. FDA adopts HPLC technique for analysis of thermally liable, nonvolatile, and highly polar compounds.Several small institutes cannot afford to buy the system owing to its high cost and hence, the work can be outsourced.Rising government intervention for new healthcare facilities and academic institutions along with increasing clinical trials by key players offer significant potential for the HPLC market in Asia Pacific.Purchase High Performance Liquid Chromatography (HPLC) Market Report - https://www.transparencymarketresearch.com/checkout.php?rep_id=46011=S Water Corporation, Agilent Technologies, PerkinElmer, Inc., and Shimadzu Corporation to Lead the Market The report also provides profiles of leading players operating in the global HPLC market such as Water Corporation, Agilent Technologies, IDEX Health & Science, ESA Biosciences, Inc., Gilson, Inc., JASCO Corporation, PerkinElmer, Inc., GE Healthcare, Thermo Fischer Scientific Inc. and Shimadzu Corporation.
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The global protective face mask market size is projected to reach USD 3.59 billion by 2027, exhibiting a CAGR of 7.1% during the forecast period.Growing Intensity of Air Pollution Worldwide to Boost the MarketOne of the central factors driving the protective face mask market growth is the intensification of air pollution and its effects on human health across globe.Recent data from the WHO reveals that 90% of people breathe polluted air, with ambient and household air pollution resulting in 7 million deaths worldwide every year.The main culprit is PM2.5 (particulate matter of less than 2.5 micro-meters), according to a report published by the World Bank, which penetrates the lungs and cardiovascular system, leading to life-threatening conditions such as stroke, lung cancer, respiratory infections, and heart disease.Protective face masks are effective in filtering these pollutants and preventing inhalation of deadly air contaminants.These masks are extensively used in urban areas, especially in developing countries, where energy consumption is high and pollution levels have reached inordinate levels.Surging demand for face protection masks to contain the spread of the COVID-19 infection will considerably augment the growth of this market, states Fortune Business Insights™ in its report, titled “Protective Face Mask Market Size, Share & Covid-19 Impact Analysis, By Type (Medical Face Mask {Surgical & Procedure, N-95 Respirators, and Others}, Respirator, and Others), By Usage (Disposable, and Reusable), and By End-Use (Healthcare, Oil & Gas, Mining, Construction, Manufacturing, and Others) and Regional Forecast, 2020-2027”.This dire situation has gotten even more accentuated with countries reporting massive shortages of protective face masks.
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The global facial recognition market is expected to rise with an impressive CAGR and generate the highest revenue by 2026.The report is titled "Facial Recognition Market Size, Share and Global Trend By Component (Hardware, Software, Services), By Applications (Civil Applications and Law enforcement, Security applications for electronic transactions and access control, Ambient Intelligence, Wearable systems, Automotive, Entertainment), By Vertical (Banking, Financial Services, and Insurance, IT and Telecom, Government, Healthcare) and Geography Forecast till 2026".It also offers an exclusive insight into various details such as revenues, market share, strategies, growth rate, product & their pricing by region/country for all major companies.For more information, Get sample pdf @ https://www.fortunebusinessinsights.com/enquiry/request-sample-pdf/facial-recognition-market-101061The report provides a 360-degree overview of the market, listing various factors restricting, propelling, and obstructing the market in the forecast duration.The report also provides additional information such as interesting insights, key industry developments, detailed segmentation of the market, list of prominent players operating in the market, and other facial recognition market trends.For example, Japan is fully utilizing facial recognition for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.The authorities will screen and register around 350,000 people through their face print, eschewing the need for identity cards that can be easily duplicated or forged.
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The global microphone market is estimated to be USD 1.6 billion in 2020 and is projected to reach 2.3 billion by 2025, at a CAGR of 7.9% during the forecast period.The factors attributing to the growth of this market include high adoption of next-generation consumer electronics, elevated use of piezoelectric microphones in IoT applications, increased number of microphones per device, and escalated demand for modern microphones for use in smart wearable devices.The microphone market has promising growth potential due to several factors, including the increasing utilization of microphones in infotainment and safety monitoring systems in vehicles, growing use of microphones in industrial applications for the evaluation of ambient or environmental noise, increased requirement for microphone-embedded medical devices, growing implementation of different types of microphones in security cameras and audio/video-enabled surveillance systems, and the growing demand for IoT enabled connected devices with voice command feature.Also, the rapidly growing consumer electronics market in China, Japan, South Korea, and India is expected to contribute to the growth of microphone market.Download PDF Brochure:https://www.marketsandmarkets.com/pdfdownloadNew.asp?id=104067266Even, countries in North America, South America, Europe, Middle East and Africa are expected to contribute significantly towards the growth of the global microphone market.The increasing demand for high-end consumer electronics such as smart home devices and wearable’s are expected to fuel the microphone market growth in Americas.Moreover, the government aid in the improvement of telecom sector has helped the market for connected devices to grow in the Middle East and African countries, thereby fueling the microphone market growth in this region.Among MEMS type, digital MEMS microphones holds the largest size of the microphone market.Therefore, these microphones are in demand for use in industrial equipment and consumer electronics as they offer a hands-free human–machine interface, noise cancellation, and high-quality audio.The microphone market for commercial security and surveillance application is expected to grow at the highest CAGR during the forecast period.
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Stationary Catalytic Systems Market is estimated to reach US$ XX Mn by 2026 in terms of revenue at CAGR of XX % in the forecasting Period.Regulatory norms toward industrial emission together with growing concerns related to GHG emission will drive the global stationary catalytic systems market.In the U.S., various regulations are being implemented towards industrial emission including National Ambient Air Quality Standards (NAAQS) that has been imposed on industries to regulate the industrial pollutant emissions.The report study has analyzed revenue impact of covid-19 pandemic on the sales revenue of market leaders, market followers and disrupters in the report and same is reflected in our analysis.Coal-fired boiler replacement program in China will foster the industry growth during the current forecast period.Since the average life of the catalyst is around 3 to 5 years.So, it has been analysed that it will positively encourage the replacement of the catalytic system in 2017.Increasing adoption of oxidation catalysts to control pollutant emission from gas turbine power generators is anticipated to drive stationary catalytic systems market in future.Increasing demand for electricity along with growing population and rapid industrialization is set to drive the stationary catalytic systems market in upcoming years.Stationary catalytic systems market is majorly segmented by the technology, application and region.In addition to this, increasing focus on infrastructure development mainly in developing countries will further stimulate the market growth where the cement industry applications have held over 5% of global stationary catalytic systems market share in 2015 itself.Asia-Pacific held the highest market share in 2017 and is expected to have the higher growth rate in the current forecast period.
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27th Aug 2020 - Global Automotive Interior Ambient Lighting Market size is expected to reach USD 4.59 billion by 2025.Moreover, new product developments and constant innovations in the lighting systems are the major factors driving the growth of market in the next couple of years.Access Automotive Interior Ambient Lighting Market Report with TOC @ https://www.millioninsights.com/industry-reports/automotive-interior-ambient-lighting-marketApplications such as foot well, dashboard, doors, center console, and others could be explored in automotive interior ambient lighting industry.Conventional cars include passenger cars or road vehicles such as luxury cars, vans, sedans and SUVs, which are manufactured for transporting passengers and designed to seat more than five individuals.The factors that play an important role in the growth of automotive interior ambient lighting market include increasing demand, growing population, increasing urbanization & industrialization, improving advancements in the automotive industry, growing demand for luxury vehicles, rising installation rate of ambient lighting, increasing demand for LEDs in cars, growing automotive industry, technological advancements, and stringent government rules & regulations.The market is widely analyzed based on different regional factors such as gross domestic product (GDP), demographics, acceptance, inflation rate, and others.They use electricity for cover longer distances and operation.
  Working from home brings its own set of challenges, but having the right tools on hand can help you stay productive. We've rounded up the best work-from-home tech you can get to set up your home office. Our recommendations include a sharp computer monitor, a comfy keyboard and mouse, as well as an effective webcam and other essentials. We've personally used all these items when we have worked from home over the years. Read more: The best computer monitors of 2020 One of the biggest challenges of working from home is setting up a home office with the right tools, but once you've got everything in place, it's easier to get your work done.   Even if you don't have a ton of space or a dedicated room to turn into a home office, you can still have a comfortable and productive work-from-home setup. All you need is a table, chair, and a few key pieces of tech.  We've compiled this handy list of the best work-from-home tech to help you increase your productivity. The main tech essentials everyone needs to work remotely are reliable internet and a laptop, but we also recommend getting a monitor so you have a bigger screen to work from as well as a decent keyboard and mouse. With these gadgets, you'll feel much more comfortable working than you would if you had to squint over your small laptop screen all day.  Beyond those main tech gadgets, you may also want to get a few more accessories, so we've added others that are enjoyable to have, including everything from headphones and speakers to webcams and smart lights. My colleagues and I have all worked from home for varying lengths of time, and these are the tech gadgets we believe are essential to our productivity when we work remotely. Updated on 3/17/2020 by Joe Osborne, Tony Villas-Boas, and Les Shu: Added several new picks for newly conceived categories. Checked all links and prices for accuracy. This is an ongoing process, and we're updating these links regularly.A wireless mouse for your home office Logitech's MX Anywhere 2S Product Embed: Product Name: Logitech MX Anywhere 2S Card Type: button https://produktor.businessinsider.com/productCardService?id=5eab0528fc593d77c00a3863&type=button&live=true Width: 100% Height: 150% Logitech's Master 3 Model Wireless Mouse Product Embed: Product Name: Logitech Master 3 Model Wireless Laser Mouse Card Type: button https://produktor.businessinsider.com/productCardService?id=5e7a18e1ba85ee6978411762&type=button&live=true Width: 100% Height: 150% Logitech's MX Master Wireless Mouse is our top pick for the best computer mouse for good reason. It has an ergonomic design that's comfortable to use for hours on end and you can customize the functions of its buttons and the speed of the scroll wheel. I've been using this mouse to work for several months now, and it's helped limit the amount of wrist and hand fatigue I feel at the end of the day. It's also wireless, so it's an excellent mouse to have in your home office setup. — Malarie Gokey, Deputy Editor A cheap Bluetooth keyboard for your home office Logitech K380 Multi-Device Bluetooth Keyboard Product Embed: Product Name: Logitech K380 Multi-Device Bluetooth Keyboard Card Type: button https://produktor.businessinsider.com/productCardService?id=5e691d5384159f6a00054ed2&type=button&live=true Width: 100% Height: 150% I've been using Logitech's K380 Multi-Device Bluetooth Keyboard in the office for almost a full year. I like its compact design and I find the keys responsive for typing. I never use the numberpad on giant keyboards, so I prefer this no-frills option. It's wireless, too, so my small home office setup doesn't look cluttered by a bunch of cables. For about $30, it's an excellent affordable option. — Malarie Gokey, Deputy Editor A gel wrist rest for your mouse Kensington ErgoSoft Wrist Rest Product Embed: Product Name: Kensington ErgoSoft Wrist Rest Card Type: button https://produktor.businessinsider.com/productCardService?id=5e691f6184159f6d1103d795&type=button&live=true Width: 100% Height: 150% To limit wrist fatigue, I've been using Kensington's ErgoSoft Wrist Rest. It's essentially a small gel-filled wrist pad that you can position exactly where you need it. The sticky underside keeps it from shifting around on the table, but it's ideal to have the option to angle it or remove it as needed throughout the workday. — Malarie Gokey, Deputy Editor A foldable Bluetooth keyboard Plugable Bluetooth Keyboard Product Embed: Product Name: Plugable Bluetooth Keyboard Card Type: button https://produktor.businessinsider.com/productCardService?id=5e691ffd54f25c630f4717a6&type=button&live=true Width: 100% Height: 150% If you have limited space to work from home or you need to pack up your setup and take it with you, a foldable Bluetooth keyboard may be the answer. I've been using this full-size one from Plugable when I'm working from home unexpectedly. At the end of the day, I can easily fold it up and hide it away to regain access to my dining table. — Malarie Gokey, Deputy Editor A smart display Google Nest Hub Product Embed: Product Name: Google Nest Hub with Google Assistant Card Type: button https://produktor.businessinsider.com/productCardService?id=5d1bb4c9a17d6c33c85ebef6&type=button&live=true Width: 100% Height: 150% I like to have a clock nearby when I'm working from home, because I am wont to lose track of time entirely. I also like to have music playing in the background. To address both of those needs, I set up the Google Nest Hub on my desk. Not only does it always show me the time, but it can also play music, do math for me, and answer any random questions I have while working. — Malarie Gokey, Deputy Editor An affordable 27-inch monitor 27-inch Dell FreeSync Monitor Product Embed: Product Name: Dell 27-inch IPS LED FHD FreeSync Monitor Card Type: button https://produktor.businessinsider.com/productCardService?id=5e6921a554f25c656a5b86a9&type=button&live=true Width: 100% Height: 150%Product Embed: Product Name: Dell 27-Inch LED FreeSync Monitor Card Type: button https://produktor.businessinsider.com/productCardService?id=5e711232c48540797d1e0c52&type=button&live=true Width: 100% Height: 150% Although you can get fancy 4K, curved monitors for hundreds or even thousands of dollars, there are also plenty of decent displays for $200 or less. This 27-inch Dell FreeSync Monitor has a full HD IPS LED screen that should be both big enough and high-res enough for most people's needs. It uses Dell's ComfortView tech to limit reflections, blue light, and other distractions. It's the monitor I have setup for working from home. — Malarie Gokey, Deputy Editor A laptop that can be your WFH warrior for a long time Google Pixelbook Go Product Embed: Product Name: Google Pixelbook Go Card Type: button https://produktor.businessinsider.com/productCardService?id=5dadcf6f4af9091a0d33d8b5&type=button&live=true Width: 100% Height: 150% Acer Chromebook 15.6 Product Embed: Product Name: Acer 15.6 Chromebook Card Type: button https://produktor.businessinsider.com/productCardService?id=5e7a1b1f2d654f22a2198f1a&type=button&live=true Width: 100% Height: 150%Product Embed: Product Name: Acer Chromebook 15.6 Card Type: button https://produktor.businessinsider.com/productCardService?id=5e711532c485405774664ae9&type=button&live=true Width: 100% Height: 150% While many might scoff at $649 for a Chromebook, hold that thought until you take a peek at the Google Pixelbook Go's 1080p display, its excellent keyboard, sharp 1080p webcam, and spacious trackpad. For a combination of WFH-ready features such as these within similar aluminum-clad laptops, expect to pay at least $300 more. If you want to save even more, we'd suggest the Acer Chromebook 15, a $325 15-inch laptop with a 1080p screen and just enough performance and space to get you through this stint of working from home. — Joe Osborne, Senior Technology Editor A webcam for acing all of those video meetings Logitech C920 Pro Computer Webcam  Product Embed: Product Name: Logitech C920 HD Pro Webcam Card Type: button https://produktor.businessinsider.com/productCardService?id=5e711340c48540544d356e36&type=button&live=true Width: 100% Height: 150%Product Embed: Product Name: Logitech C920 Pro Computer Webcam Card Type: button https://produktor.businessinsider.com/productCardService?id=5e692425e4f9fe72875ecd59&type=button&live=true Width: 100% Height: 150% Logitech StreamCam Plus Product Embed: Product Name: Logitech StreamCam Plus Card Type: button https://produktor.businessinsider.com/productCardService?id=5e8631d82d654f3e182ddca0&type=button&live=true Width: 100% Height: 150% If you expect to be holding internal (and outgoing) video meetings for quite some time, and you aren't going for the above recommended laptop, then pick up the Logitech C920. This is a 1080p webcam with an excellent stand for laptops, monitors, and tripods. While this is a plug-and-play option, it's also equipped with enhanced controls and filters for power users. That's a lot of webcam for just under $50. — Joe Osborne, Senior Technology Editor A mousepad with a wrist rest to prevent RSIs 3M Precise Mouse Pad Product Embed: Product Name: 3M Precise Mouse Pad with Gel Wrist Rest Card Type: button https://produktor.businessinsider.com/productCardService?id=5e692594e4f9fe749766adc8&type=button&live=true Width: 100% Height: 150% Look, there's enough to worry about much less a debilitating work injury preventing you from getting your work done. That's why we're recommending the 3M Precise Mouse Pad, because it's cheap, effective, and will keep your mouse hand comfortable with a wrist rest. Also, its tracking surface is designed for modern optical mice, so you're basically covered from every angle for less than $20. — Joe Osborne, Senior Technology Editor   A comfy office chair to plant your bottom Knoll ReGeneration Product Embed: Product Name: Knoll ReGeneration Chair Card Type: button https://produktor.businessinsider.com/productCardService?id=5e6926c184159f7747313ee3&type=button&live=true Width: 100% Height: 150% Space Seating Professional AirGrid Product Embed: Product Name: Space Seating Professional AirGrid Chair Card Type: button https://produktor.businessinsider.com/productCardService?id=5e69277054f25c6dc913d143&type=button&live=true Width: 100% Height: 150% It's entirely too easy to spend a fortune on an office chair, so while we can personally recommend the Knoll ReGeneration as it's the New York City Insider office's chair of choice, it's also more than $800 for individual pricing. So, may we suggest the far more approachable Space Seating Professional AirGrid? It's a fraction of the price at $175, and offers many similar comfort features. — Joe Osborne, Senior Technology Editor A USB or USB-C hub for all of your gear Satechi Aluminum Multi-Port Adapter V2 Product Embed: Product Name: Satechi Aluminum Multi-Port Adapter V2 Card Type: button https://produktor.businessinsider.com/productCardService?id=5cffebecba3a7341ee69b3e5&type=button&live=true Width: 100% Height: 150% HooToo 6-in-1 USB-C Adapter Product Embed: Product Name: HooToo 6-in-1 USB-C Adapter Card Type: button https://produktor.businessinsider.com/productCardService?id=5dcd6ce63afd372b2d0fc42d&type=button&live=true Width: 100% Height: 150% Anker 10 Port 60W Data Hub Product Embed: Product Name: Anker 10 Port 60W Data Hub Card Type: button https://produktor.businessinsider.com/productCardService?id=5e69293084159f7ad83ca4e6&type=button&live=true Width: 100% Height: 150% If you have a work laptop or even a personal one released within the last two years, chances are that it has one or more USB-C ports. Naturally, chances are if you have a USB-C laptop you have plenty more gadgets and accessories that use traditional USB or some other more legacy form of connection. That's where the Satechi Aluminum Multi-Port Adapter V2 comes in with several ports and passthrough charging. It's also $80 generally, so something like the HooToo 6-in-1 USB-C Adapter could do just as well for less than half as much. For anyone still rocking straight USB ports, we suggest the Anker 10 Port 60W Data Hub for $43. — Joe Osborne, Senior Technology Editor A pair of noise-cancelling headphones Bose 700 Headphones Product Embed: Product Name: Bose 700 Headphones Card Type: button https://produktor.businessinsider.com/productCardService?id=5e6671f0fee23d11fc252258&type=button&live=true Width: 100% Height: 150% Though working from home likely gives you the freedom to pump up the volume on your speakers, headphones can still come in handy in many home offices — especially noise-cancelling models like the Bose 700s. Perfect for tuning out potential distractions around the house, or intruding sounds from outside, the Bose 700s feature some of the best noise cancellation tech on the market. They're especially well-suited for use during important work calls since the mics can isolate your voice from background noises. The Bose 700s are also our pick for the most comfortable noise-cancelling headphones, so you can wear them throughout the workday without any problems. — Steven Cohen, Technology Editor       A desk for your new make-shift home office Three Posts Lamantia Computer Desk Product Embed: Product Name: Three Posts Lamantia Desk Card Type: button https://produktor.businessinsider.com/productCardService?id=5e692ac654f25c71b7398a6e&type=button&live=true Width: 100% Height: 150% Foundstone Black Desk (Out of stock until November) Product Embed: Product Name: Foundstone Black Desk Card Type: button https://produktor.businessinsider.com/productCardService?id=5e86339b671de0345b5abfd4&type=button&live=true Width: 100% Height: 150% Fully Jarvis Electric Adjustable Height Desk Product Embed: Product Name: Fully Jarvis Standing Desk Card Type: button https://produktor.businessinsider.com/productCardService?id=5cf55b6d11e20513f206a126&type=button&live=true Width: 100% Height: 150% Parsons Desk Product Embed: Product Name: Wade Logan Parsons Desk Card Type: button https://produktor.businessinsider.com/productCardService?id=5ed00391191824181c4cecf5&type=button&live=true Width: 100% Height: 150% Generally speaking, we recommend the Three Posts Lamantia Computer Desk as the best desk for its drawer space, dashing looks, and decent $220 price. However, those looking to save as much cash as possible without working on a box should take a look at the $107 Zipcode Design Folkston Desk. Finally, our favorite standing desk is the Fully Jarvis Electric Adjustable Height, which adjusts electronically to save your back. — Joe Osborne, Senior Technology Editor An affordable smart speaker Amazon Echo Dot Product Embed: Product Name: Amazon Echo Dot Card Type: button https://produktor.businessinsider.com/productCardService?id=5d7ba68e2e22af0c477ca8a5&type=button&live=true Width: 100% Height: 150% My Echo Dot has become an essential desktop companion whenever I work from home. The affordable Alexa device is our top pick for best budget smart speaker, and it packs all of the same digital assistant features found on Amazon's more expensive Echo products into a compact, budget-friendly package. Sound quality can't compete with genuine stereo speakers, but the Echo Dot gets the job done for casual background listening while I work. It's also a convenient tool for setting alarms and reminders, getting quick answers to questions, and receiving news and weather updates. And best of all? Its reliable voice control means you never have to step away from your keyboard.  — Steven Cohen, Technology Editor An UltraWide monitor LG 34WK650-W 34" 21:9 Monitor Product Embed: Product Name: LG 34WK650-W 34 Card Type: button https://produktor.businessinsider.com/productCardService?id=5e7a1cb12d41c166ec0b0813&type=button&live=true Width: 100% Height: 150% I had the pleasure of testing out LG's 34WK650-W 34" 21:9 monitor for a few months and it completely opened my eyes up to the benefits of an UltraWide display in a home office. Typically, I work with a 24-inch 16:10 Dell UltraSharp monitor, and it performs very well for most needs. There are times, however, when there's just not enough real estate available on the screen for all the applications I have open. With the UltraWide design of the LG 34WK650-W, however, it's basically like having two monitors in one. Organizing different windows around your screen is a breeze, allowing you to multitask like a pro. The monitor also packs in several advanced display features, like HDR and FreeSync, which make it a fine fit for entertainment and gaming when you're not working. — Steven Cohen, Technology Editor An affordable pair of desktop speakers Logitech Z313 Speaker System Product Embed: Product Name: Logitech Z313 2.1-Channel Speaker System Card Type: button https://produktor.businessinsider.com/productCardService?id=5e692da884159f01af77c5c3&type=button&live=true Width: 100% Height: 150% Logitech is known for its reliable desktop speaker models, and the company's Z313 are our top pick when it comes to budget computer speakers. The system includes compact left and right speakers, along with a dedicated subwoofer for extra bass while listening to music throughout the workday. Though far from high-end, audio performance is solid for such an inexpensive system, making them a very affordable upgrade from integrated speakers on your monitor or laptop. — Steven Cohen, Technology Editor An ergonomic keyboard Logitech Ergo K860 Product Embed: Product Name: Logitech Ergo K860 Keyboard Card Type: button https://produktor.businessinsider.com/productCardService?id=5e692e8884159f02b329b436&type=button&live=true Width: 100% Height: 150% If you plan to be desk-bound, an economic keyboard is essential, and my favorite is the new Logitech Ergo K860. I have used many ergonomic keyboards for the past 25 years, and none have worked as well as this one. I like the elevated wrist support that keeps my hands and arms in proper typing position. The split keyboard does take some getting used to, but after a day, I found myself typing away with minimal typos. The keys are well positioned and require very little travel distance, which means less strain on your hands and wrists. It's wireless, so you can easily move it, and it supports up to three Bluetooth devices — I love the ability to switch between my MacBook Pro, iPhone, and iPad quickly. Since I started using this keyboard regularly, it has lessened my wrist pain. — Les Shu, Senior Guides Editor A portable hard drive Seagate BarraCuda Fast SSD Product Embed: Product Name: Seagate Fast SSD (500GB) Card Type: button https://produktor.businessinsider.com/productCardService?id=5e6930fb84159f05ff4a629a&type=button&live=true Width: 100% Height: 150% If you have separate computers for work and home, an easy file sharing solution is to store on a portable hard drive, like Seagate's BarraCuda Fast SSD. In my previous years of testing hard drives, Seagate's are some of the more reliable ones I've used. This particular unit uses solid-state memory, which allows for fast read and write speeds (it can be used for gaming and productivity), and you can toss it inside a bag and not worry about damage to moving parts. The BarraCuda Fast SSD supports USB-C for fast transfer speeds of up to 540MB per second, but it's also compatible with older USB ports, albeit slower. — Les Shu, Senior Guides Editor A desk lamp TaoTronics LED Desk Lamp Product Embed: Product Name: TaoTronics LED Desk Lamp Card Type: button https://produktor.businessinsider.com/productCardService?id=5d9f4f47122bd531554a0209&type=button&live=true Width: 100% Height: 150% Whether you're burning the midnight oil or just need extra illumination, this TaoTronics LED desk lamp can add some much needed light. The brightness is adjustable to suit your workspace, and it has a built-in Qi-wireless charger for recharging your phone. For more desk lamp options, check out our guide.  — Les Shu, Senior Guides Editor A conference speaker phone Anker PowerConf Bluetooth Speakerphone Product Embed: Product Name: Anker PowerConf Bluetooth Speakerphone Card Type: button https://produktor.businessinsider.com/productCardService?id=5e6931c5e4f9fe0664055333&type=button&live=true Width: 100% Height: 150% Unless it's a quick call, I'm not a fan of using headsets or putting a phone against my ear for long hours. I also don't like terrible sounding speakers on my phone or laptop. The solution I've been using is the PowerConf Bluetooth Speakerphone from Anker. Yes, it's designed for group conferences, and it's portable, so you can take it on the road. But I like the sound quality it produces and that it has six microphones, so it can pick up my voice clearly regardless of where I am in the room. — Les Shu, Senior Guides Editor A multifunction printer Canon Pixma TR4520 Printer Product Embed: Product Name: Canon Pixma TR4520 Card Type: button https://produktor.businessinsider.com/productCardService?id=5deeb00dfd9db207117b8cc5&type=button&live=true Width: 100% Height: 150% Whether you need to print, scan, copy, or even fax, the Canon Pixma TR4520 is an affordable all-in-one that does all those things. It's small enough that it doesn't take up a lot of space, and it has high-end features like two-sided printing and an automatic document feeder for multi-page scanning. For more affordable printer options, check out our guide. — Les Shu, Senior Guides Editor A micro-bead mouse wrist rest to keep you RSI free IMAK Cushion Ergobeads Wrist Rest Product Embed: Product Name: IMAK ErgoBeads Mouse Support Cushion Card Type: button https://produktor.businessinsider.com/productCardService?id=5f4023991918243a0c7d5a38&type=button&live=true Width: 100% Height: 150% I have a confession to make: I've been using the same Imak ErgoBeads wrist rest featured here for an undetermined amount of years. I've washed it regularly, of course, but let's just say it's not something I would let go of as a hand-me-down. This thing is the definition of computing comfort, in my opinion, and there are bundles that include a wrist rest for your keyboard. There's something about beads that perfectly contour to your wrist and feel like a down pillow underneath it. Don't make this tough time even worse with a repeated stress injury —  trust me, I know from experience. — Joe Osborne, Senior Tech Editor A strange-looking mouse that's worth the risk Logitech MX Vertical Wireless Mouse Product Embed: Product Name: Logitech MX Vertical Card Type: button https://produktor.businessinsider.com/productCardService?id=5f40259d5fa9a46bf609b8de&type=button&live=true Width: 100% Height: 150% The Logitech MX Vertical looks odd, and feels even stranger when you put your hand on it. But after a few days, using it becomes second nature, and it's noticeably more comfortable than normal mice, especially if you use computers all day. I had an MX Vertical I left at BI's NYC office before the pandemic, and I ventured back into the city from the safety of my suburban home during the pandemic to get it back for my home setup. — Antonio Villas-Boas, Senior Reporter Nothing beats a classic mechanical keyboard Durgod Taurus K310 Mechanical Keyboard Product Embed: Product Name: Durgod Taurus K310 Mechanical Keyboard Card Type: button https://produktor.businessinsider.com/productCardService?id=5f4026ff505f5338371d119a&type=button&live=true Width: 100% Height: 150% I used the Durgod Taurus K310 mechanical keyboard for typing, and I absolutely love it. It has a classic mechanical look and feel, and it's a dream to type on. I have the "Cherry MX Silent Red" switches on mine, which means it's very quiet for a mechanical keyboard, which are typically loud. It has the Windows logo on the Command key, but it's equally compatible with MacOS devices, too. I like having the number pad on my keyboards, but it's also available in a smaller option without the number pad called the Taurus K320. — Antonio Villas-Boas, Senior Reporter     Don't settle for a cheap, flimsy office mouse pad Steelseries QCK Heavy Mousepad Product Embed: Product Name: Steelseries QcK Heavy Mousepad Card Type: button https://produktor.businessinsider.com/productCardService?id=5f40293c3ad861118e3737fd&type=button&live=true Width: 100% Height: 150% I initially wanted a larger, thick mouse pad for PC gaming, but I'd find it difficult to be productive without the Steelseries QCK Heavy mousepad. Indeed, it's about twice as thick and twice as large as a standard cheap office mousepad, the cloth feels premium and smooth, and it's washable. It gives you a lot more room to swing your mouse around comfortably, and it makes a surprisingly positive impact on your comfort without needing to spend very much. — Antonio Villas-Boas, Senior Reporter       A worthy alternative to Bose's noise-cancelling headphones Sony WH-1000XM4 Noise Cancelling Headphones Product Embed: Product Name: Sony WH-1000XM4 Noise Cancelling Headphones Card Type: button https://produktor.businessinsider.com/productCardService?id=5f402aa4de1e9615a2357d97&type=button&live=true Width: 100% Height: 150% The Bose 700 are featured in this guide as ideal home office noise cancelling headsets. But I'd urge anyone to take a look at the Sony WH-1000XM4 noise cancelling headphones. They're slightly more comfortable than the Bose, in my opinion, and their customizable sound means I enjoy my music more than I do with the Bose, too. Noise cancelling is about as good, and they're $50 cheaper than the Bose, too. Plus, they dramatically reduce ambient noise for better phone calls, and there's no need to switch between your computer and your phone, as they can connect to both devices at the same time. — Antonio Villas-Boas, Senior Reporter
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  These three pairs of wireless earbuds from three of the biggest tech companies in the world all look completely different from each other, but at the end of the day, they're all pretty similar.  They all offer similar sound quality, so you're likely to enjoy your music with one pair as you would with the other.  The Google Pixel Buds edge out a higher recommendation because of their sweat and water resistance — a feature that Samsung's Galaxy Buds Live and Apple AirPods don't have. It's an appealing feature if you plan on working out with your wireless earbuds.  If you value battery life, however, Samsung's Galaxy Buds Live offer three hours more than the other two. Apple AirPods are good, but a little basic on the features front, and they might not even be the best choice for all iPhone users.  Turns out Google, Apple, and Samsung have very different takes on what wireless earbuds should look like, but at the end of the day, they're all designed to produce music in your ears, and they all do that well considering their wireless, tiny designs. Indeed, you'd be happy with either the Google Pixel Buds, Apple AirPods, or Samsung's Galaxy Buds Live, and while they're more-or-less equal in sound, they're not equal in other features like sweat and water resistance, ambient noise reduction, and the way they actually fit in your ear.  Price Samsung Galaxy Buds Live: $170 full retail price.  Google Pixel Buds: $179 full retail price. Apple AirPods: $159 for standard AirPods. $199 for AirPods with wireless charging case. Deal for AirPods with wireless charging case for $140 from Microcenter.  Design, fit, and comfort Samsung Galaxy Buds Live: The buds themselves look like beans, kidneys, or kidney beans, and have the most unique design of the bunch. Aside from their shiny metallic exterior, they're discreet and don't pop out of the ears. Fit may be polarizing — they don't fit me very well, at least in the way Samsung says they should fit. Included "wing tips" designed to help with fit do absolutely nothing.  Google Pixel Buds: Neutral, safe design that's discreet and doesn't pop out of ears very much. Most secure and more likely to fit a wider range of people with snug in-ear fit with customizable rubber tips. Comfortable but not everyone likes the snug in-ear design.  Apple AirPods: Iconic design, but sticks out the most out of the bunch due to those stems. Polarizing fit — they either fit you or they don't. If they don't fit, don't buy 'em. They'll fall out very easily. Otherwise, they're comfortable and light in the ears.  Sound quality Sound quality is all comparable among these earbuds. They all sound pretty full for their tiny size, wire-free convenience, and price tags.  One thing to note is that some reviewers, including myself, experience faint hissing with the Google Pixel Buds that's only noticeable in quiet room and/or while playing quiet music. Otherwise, it's not noticeable or distracting.  Noise cancelling and battery life Samsung Galaxy Buds Live: Includes active noise cancelling, but it isn't especially good. Helps remove some ambient noise, especially at lower frequencies. Eight hours of listening time. Charging ase holds up to 29 hours of charge. A five-minute charge provides around an hour of listening time.  Google Pixel Buds: No active noise cancelling, but in-ear design and rubber tips act a little like earplugs and offer some decent ambient noise reduction. Five hours of listening time. Charging case holds 24 hours of charge. 10-minute charge provides up to two hours of listening time.  Apple AirPods: No noise cancelling of any kind — lets in all the noise. Five hours of listening time on a single charge. Charging case holds 24 hours of charge. 15-minute charge provides up to three hours of listening time.  Other features and things to consider Samsung Galaxy Buds Live: Wireless charging case. Extra rubber "wing tips" to help with fit (that do nothing). Works with Google Assistant or Samsung's Bixby. No water/sweat resistance. Google Pixel Buds: Wireless charging case. Extra rubber ear tips to help with fit. Works with Google Assistant. Water/sweat resistance. Apple AirPods: Standard charging case that uses Apple Lightning cable. Wireless charging case optional ($40 extra). No rubber tips or customization for fit. Works with Apple's Siri.  Which one should you get? The overall winners are Google's Pixel Buds. But, you'll be happy with any of these wireless earbuds should you have a specific preference.  For many iPhone users, the answer is simply "get the AirPods." But for others, it's not quite as simple. Apple AirPods are actually quite limited, at least in certain respects. Google's Pixel Buds, will do more to block ambient noise, if that's one of your considerations. The Galaxy Buds Live have active noise cancellation, and while it does help block out some noise, it's not very good.  Plus, the Pixel Buds are water and sweat resistant, while the AirPods and Buds Live aren't, making the Pixel Buds the best choice out of the three if you plan on working out with wireless earbuds.  As for Android users, Google's Pixel Buds offer a slightly better proposition than the Galaxy Buds Live or the AirPods, mostly because of their water and sweat resistance. The Pixel Buds are also likely to fit better due to the in-ear design. With that said, if battery life is important to you, Samsung's Galaxy Buds Live are the best option here.  If want something less expensive than any of the wireless earbuds listed above, check out $79 OnePlus Buds — you can read the full OnePlus Buds review here. If want something better than everything else listed here, check out the $250 AirPods Pro, which come with better sound, a better fit, shorter stems, active noise cancellation, sweat and water resistance, and include a wireless charging case. You can read the full AirPods Pro review here, and you can often find them for $30 off from Verizon at the time of writing. Alternatively, especially for Android users, there's the $180 Sony WF-1000XM3, which have incredible sound and good noise cancellation. They're a little light on other features, but their sound makes up for it — read the full Sony WF-1000XM3 review here. Join the conversation about this story » NOW WATCH: Epidemiologists debunk 13 coronavirus myths
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A new market study, titled "Automotive LED Lighting Market Research Report- Forecast 2022 ” has been featured on Market Research FutureMarket Research Future (MRFR) expects the global automotive light-emitting diode (LED) lighting market to achieve an approx.It could reach a rough valuation of USD 20 Billion by 2022.ALSO READhttps://www.marketwatch.com/press-release/covid-19-impact-analysis-on-automotive-led-lighting-market-2020-global-industry-size-share-growth-analysis-trends-scope-industry-insight-key-players-cagr-value-and-forecast-2022-2020-06-09Primary Drivers and Top Challenges The cost-effectiveness is of the most appealing qualities of an automotive LED, which boosts its demand in the market.This aspect of the automotive LED also augments its demand in the economy cars segment, which works in favor of the market.High prevalence of automotive LED in interior automotive lighting has been noted all over the world.In terms of exterior automotive lighting, a noteworthy uptake of automotive LED has been  observed in the premium and high-end vehicle segment.Besides, manufacturers are now making considerable investments in innovation centers as well as advanced technologies, further stimulating growth of the automotive LED market.Soaring demand for hybrid and electric vehicles is also elevating demand for automotive LED, as automakers are now focusing on attractive interiors which is a USP aspect of their products.Besides, governments of several countries now offer incentives for manufacturing of automotive LED in a bid to promote using energy-saving alternatives.Market Segmentation The worldwide automotive LED lighting market can be segregated on the basis of position, vehicle types and adaptive lighting.The position-wise segments covered by the report are front, rear, side and interior.The vehicle types mentioned in the report include passenger car, light commercial vehicle and heavy commercial vehicle (HCV).The adaptive lighting types are rear adaptive lighting, front adaptive lighting, and ambient adaptive lighting.
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SummaryGlobal Perishable Food Packaging Market Size, Share, Trends, Growth, Analysis by Packaging Type (Rigid Packaging and Flexible Packaging), By Material Type (Metal, Glass, and Plastic) and By Region - Global Forecast to 2023Market HighlightsPerishable Food Packaging refers to packaging a food product in pasteurized and sterilized packs to increase its shelf life.Ambient food packing has become a trend in the food packaging industry and ambient food products are preferred by majority of the customers over others.Increasing demand for having more empty space in chill cabinets calls for the adoption of the food packaging methods that can offer a better shelf life to the product even without a refrigerator.Request Free Sample @ https://www.marketresearchfuture.com/sample_request/4955Key PlayersThe key players of global Perishable Food Packaging market are FFP Packaging Solutions Ltd. (U.K), RPC Group (U.K), Amcor Limited (Australia), SIG Combiblog Obeikan (Switzerland), Tetra Pak (India), Rexam (U.K), Bemis (U.S.), Mondi (South Africa), Ampac (U.S), Dupont (U.S.), Excelsior Technologies (India) and KM Packaging (UK).Flexible packaging is expected to grow at the highest CAGR.Market SegmentationGlobal Perishable Food Packaging Market has been segmented based on packaging type, material type and region.Flexible packaging combines the best qualities of plastic, film, paper and aluminum foil to deliver a broad range of protective properties while employing a minimum of material.Leading the way in packaging innovation, flexible packaging adds value and marketability to food and non-food products alike.From ensuring food safety and extending shelf life, to providing even heating, barrier protection, ease of use, resealability and superb printability, the industry continues to advance at an unprecedented rate.Scope of the ReportThis study provides an overview of the global Perishable Food Packaging market, tracking two market segments across four geographic regions.
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The report encompasses the major developments within the Global Underwater Lighting Market amidst the novel COVID-19 pandemic.According to the law of refraction, the direction of light changes in water and does not follow a straight path.This results in the scattering of light and does not provide ambient light to divers under water.Also, the 3,800-lumen video light is placed in a dome port optic which increases the illumination while reducing the light fall-off at the edges of the beam.In May 2018, T-H Marine Supplies, Inc., acquired the assets of Blue Water LED Enterprises, LLC.The Sea Dragon Mini Fluoro Light emits a powerful blue light beam and is integrated with a dichroic filter which creates the optimal light wavelength and offers 7 Watt/M² brightness at full power.SegmentationThe global underwater lighting market has been segmented on the basis of light source, mounting type, installation type, application, and region.By light source, the global underwater lighting market has been segmented into light-emitting diode (LED), xenon, halogen, and others.By mounting type, the global underwater lighting market has been bifurcated into flush mounted and surface mounted.Based on installation type, the global underwater lighting market has been bifurcated into new installation and retrofit installation.Based on application, the global underwater lighting market has been segmented into boat/yacht lighting, swimming pools, fountains, and others.By region, the global underwater lighting market has been segmented into North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, the Middle East & Africa, and Central & South America.Regional AnalysisThe global market for underwater lighting is estimated to grow at a staggering rate during the forecast period from 2019 to 2025.Presence of underwater caves and government initiatives to support underwater activities has attributed to the adoption of underwater lighting in this region.
  Sony's WH-1000XM4 headphones are among the best wireless noise-cancelling headphones you can get in the $350 price range. They have excellent noise cancellation, phone call quality that cuts out a tremendous amount of ambient noise, great battery life, and amazing audio performance.  If you're not satisfied by the way they sound out of the box, you can use Sony's Headphones app to tweak them. It's worth doing, because you can get better sound than the historical gold standard in wireless noise-cancelling headphones — the $400 Bose 700.  If you're looking at wireless noise-cancelling headphones, chances are you're also looking at the Bose 700. If so, check out our direct comparison between the Sony WH-1000XM4 and the Bose 700.  Table of Contents: Masthead Sticky Right off the bat, the Sony WH-1000XM4 wireless noise-cancelling headphones should be serious contenders for your head and ears. Indeed, "wireless" and "noise cancelling" have been popular criteria, and Sony gets these two aspects absolutely right. You're also getting great sound quality that you can refine to your liking by using the Sony Headphones app, and you might even like them more than the historical gold standard in wireless noise-cancelling headphones — the $400 Bose 700.  If $350 is in your budget for wireless noise-cancelling headphones, the XM4 should absolutely be high up in your shortlist, but make sure to read the full review below to ensure they're for you. Specifications Drivers: 40mm dome Connectivity: Bluetooth, NFC, 3.5mm jack, USB Type-C charging Codecs: LDAC, DSEE Battery Life: 30 hours App: Sony Headphones for iOS and Android Comfort and design The XM4 are very comfortable headphones. The earcups covered in smooth leatherette are plush and don't grip onto my head, but they're just tight and lightweight enough that the headphones stay on while tilting and turning my head in every direction. For reference, my head around my brow and tips of my ears measure in at about 23 inches. The headband is made of something firmer, but also covered in smooth leatherette, and it doesn't apply too much pressure, nor does the top of my head get sore after long periods of listening.  Design-wise, the XM4 are pretty neutral and modern looking. Their matte plastic exterior is available in black and "silver," which looks more like a kind of light tan or gray beige. You could make the argument that there should be more metal for a pair of $350 headphones, but metal would probably add more weight, and it wouldn't really add much more to their premium feel. Sound quality What's objective and definitive is that the XM4 gets the basics right — they have a very rich sound and a good, fairly wide soundstage. Sony also boasts that it collaborated with Sony Music Studios Tokyo for the sound quality of the XM4s. To be honest, I'm not the right person to tell you how much that counts for, but I thought I'd mention it.  Outside of that, it's hard for me to tell you whether these sound good or not, because everyone hears differently and everyone has a preference to how their music sounds. And that happens to be an area where the XM4s shine. Their sound is customizable via the Sony Headphones app, and you can change the sound to however you want it to be. Customizing sound through equalizer (EQ) settings isn't new, it's just particularly effective with Sony's app and the XM4 headphones.  Thank goodness the XM4s are customizable, because their out-of-the-box sound isn't my favorite. In their default state, the XM4s have big, powerful sound that leans heavily towards bass and doesn't give very much attention to higher frequencies, which leads to a muffled sound that frankly isn't very impressive. If you like clarity and a better balance that features a little more treble and highs, the XM4 won't be for you, and you'll want to go into the Sony Headphones app to customize the sound.  So that's what I did, and I found an adjustment that makes my music sound amazing to me, and it was pretty easy and quick. In fact, my own customization turned the XM4 into a pair of headphones that are going to be hard to replace. It was worth going into the app and playing around with the sound settings, as I prefer the way the XM4 sound compared to the Bose. (If you're curious, I use the "Bright" preset, and set the "Clear Bass" to +5 or more.)  Some don't really care too much and just want a pair of headphones that they're told sound good without fiddling around in an app, and for those people, I'd suggest the $400 Bose 700 that can often be had for less. They offer excellent sound out of the box. Noise cancellation and battery life Noise cancellation on the XM4 is excellent and on par with Bose, which have set the standard for noise-cancelling wireless headphones with the Quiet Comfort line, and most recently its 700 line.  In an office-type environment at about 53 decibels, including air conditioning droning and a couple of loud fans, I could listen to music at significantly lower volumes than without noise cancelling. The ambient noise from the air conditioning and fans, and even the sound of my wife on a phone call in the same room was all but forgotten while listening to music.  Without music, some higher frequency fan noise was still audible, but the XM4 made the room significantly quieter and more comfortable to work in. I could also still hear my wife's phone conversation, but again, it was totally tolerable, and I could still easily work comfortably without feeling distracted.  I even tested the XM4 next to my home's 10KW backup power generator, which produces between 65 and 85 decibels — a range that decently represents a Midtown Manhattan avenue. The XM4 did remarkably well at cancelling out the generator's noise considering my proximity to the generator, and that the noise was coming exclusively from one source rather than the "everywhere" nature of noise in Manhattan. In a sentence, the XM4 will absolutely make subway and walking commutes in busy cities significantly more tolerable and comfortable.  As for battery life, Sony touts an impressive 30 hours, and five hours of listening time from a quick 10-minute top-off charge with 1.5A or more adapter. All in all, battery life in real life is great — it never felt as if I was constantly charging the XM4.  Phone calls Sony has worked to improve the ambient noise reduction during phone calls, and that work paid off. I had a phone conversation at around the 65-75 decibel range (near my generator), and the person I was speaking with said, for the most part, they wouldn't know I was next to a noisy engine that produces 10,000 watts of power at 240 volts.  Basically, that means you can walk around a city's busy streets and have a comfortable conversation with barely any city noise making its way into the phone call.   That brings the XM4s up to the Bose 700 region for phone call performance, which is saying something. The Bose 700 were a revelation for ambient noise control for phone calls.  Apps and other features The Sony Headphones app is utilitarian but necessary to customize the sound to your liking, and while it was quick and easy for me, I see plenty of room for improvement to make it more intuitive and more attractive, especially for those who are less inclined on tech. Sony has loaded the XM4s with one feature that's incredibly important for a pair of wireless headphones in 2020 and beyond, as well as a bunch of features that aren't entirely necessary, even questionable.  First, the important feature the XM4s include is Bluetooth multipoint technology, which lets you connect to two devices at the same time. Multipoint is essential if you often switch between your phone and computer — you can listen to music from your computer with the headphones, as well as pick up a phone call from your phone without any manual switching.  Another feature that works well is "Quick Attention," which reduces your music's volume and turns off noise cancelling when you place your hand over the right earcup. That's great when you need to communicate with someone briefly, like when you're buying something. Volume and noise cancellation come right back when you remove your hand from the right earcup. I'd still think I'm being rude if I kept my headphones on while communicating with another human being, but at least the motion of putting your hand to the earcup is an indication that you're doing something to pay attention to them.  There's also "Speak To Chat," where the headphones detect when you're talking, and music and noise cancellation are totally turned off. When the headphones detect that you're no longer talking, music and noise cancellation are re-engaged after a set amount of time. It works well, but if I'm going to chat with anyone for more than a brief amount of time, I'm going to take off the headphones. If it's not obvious, this is one of the questionable features.   The Sony app includes a noise cancellation optimizer designed to, well, optimize noise cancellation for you by analyzing anything that might alter the earcups' seal around your ears. I'm not entirely sure if it works, to be honest, but optimized or not, sound quality and noise cancellation remain excellent. There's also a "360 Reality Audio" feature that supposedly enhances audio with some kind of surround sound enhancements. The setup process is odd, as you need to take photos of your ears, and it only works with the Tidal, Nugs, and Deezer streaming apps. I don't use any of these apps, so I couldn't test this feature. Honestly, these kinds of features rarely end up enhancing anything for the better.  Should you buy the Sony WH-1000XM4? Yep! I could leave it at that, but I need to disclose that the XM4s work best if you use the Sony Headphones app. Maybe you'll like the default sound, but I find it lackluster. After a little effortless tweaking, the XM4 became one of my favorite pairs of all-around headphones — you're getting some of the best sound quality, comfort, noise cancellation, and phone call quality in the $350 price range.  If $350 is on the higher side, you could still pick up Sony's previous generation in the XM series, the WH-1000XM3. Sound quality, noise cancellation, and comfort are all just a hair under the new XM4, but for the sub-$250 price tags we're seeing these days for the XM3, they're a bargain. To note, the XM3s would also benefit from some minor finagling with the app to get the sound you like. See what we said about the XM3 headphones around the time they were released.  If you're truly not interested in playing around with an app and you "just want a good pair of headphones," I'd recommend the Bose 700 instead. You can check out the Bose 700 review here.  Pros: Comfortable, long battery life, excellent noise cancellation, great audio quality, incredibly effective sound customization, impressive ambient noise reduction for phone calls Cons: Default sound is muffled and lacks highs and clarity, app is utilitarian and not super intuitive  Join the conversation about this story » NOW WATCH: Why thoroughbred horse semen is the world's most expensive liquid
  The brand-new $350 Sony WH-1000XM4 and the latest $400 Bose 700 offer very similar propositions — a premium set of wireless, noise-cancelling headphones that sound amazing. At the same time, they're quite different in almost every way. They sound different, they come with different features, and they're priced differently, too.  For people who "just want a pair of good headphones" out of the box and aren't likely to download apps and customize sound, the Bose 700 come highly recommended. With that said, if you're willing to use the Sony Headphones app and play around with different sound styles, the Sony WH-1000XM4 could let you enjoy your music even more than the Bose. At the end of the day, you'll be happy with either pair of headphones. They have similarly excellent noise cancellation and ambient noise reduction during phone calls.  The Sony WH-1000XM4 and Bose 700 both tick off all the basics for a premium headphone experience in 2020 and beyond — they help hush the noise around you with active noise cancelling, they deliver premium sound, they're comfortable, and they're wireless. At $350 for the Sony WH-1000XM4 and $400 retail for the Bose 700, they offer more than simply the basics. You get important features that let you connect to two devices at a time (great if you switch between your computer and phone), and they also offer among the best phone call quality I've ever heard on headphones. You're getting excellent bang for your buck with these cans.  I've had the luxury and pleasure to try both of these headphones side-by-side, and there are important and major differences between the Sony WH-1000XM4 and Bose 700 you should know about before making a decision. You can also check out the full review for the Bose 700 here.  The Sony WH-1000XM4 can be preordered now, and will be released and available to buy starting in mid-August. The Bose 700 were released in June 2019.  Table of Contents: StaticDesign and comfort The Bose 700 have a more modern and sleek design with stylish organic curves throughout the headband and exterior earcups. On heads and ears, the Bose 700 feel comfortable. The pads are soft yet sturdy enough to keep their form over longer listening periods. They don't clamp down too much on my head and ears, and the headband doesn't hurt the top of my head over time, and I can move my head back and forth with having them slip off.   Meanwhile, the Sony WH-1000XM4 have a more neutral headphone design that few can complain about. Overall, the Sonys are more comfortable than the Bose. The Sonys are lightweight and slightly more plush and softer around the ears than the Bose 700, but still secure enough to prevent the headphones from moving around with head movements. The headband is comfortable and places less strain on the top of the head, too.  The Sonys can become a little more compact and fold up into a sort of ball shape with their folding earcup design, whereas the best the Bose can do is twist their earcups to become flat.  Sound quality Bose 700: These have Bose's signature silky smooth sound, with rich, crisp, clear bass, a wide soundstage, clear separation, and superb clarity. Few can fault this audio quality and sound.  Bass-heads won't be satisfied here, however, as Bose tends to be more conservative and "refined" compared to the Sony WH-1000XM series — while listening to a lot of music, from Reggae to electronic music, I find myself wanting more rolling bass that fills my ears for the span of a song.  Sony WH-1000 XM4: The Sony WH-1000 XM4 produce a more powerful and exciting sound than the Bose 700. With that said, clarity, soundstage, and separation aren't as good — the Sonys almost sound muffled compared to the Bose. Out of the box, the Bose 700 are likely to be more appealing, at least for those who value clarity and clearly hearing different instruments as if they were spread out from each other.  But the Sonys really have two types of sound: out-of-the-box, and whatever you want them to be. Indeed, you can customize the sound the XM4s deliver through the Sony Music app, and it makes a big difference, and it's far more comprehensive than what you get with Bose or the built-in equalizers in most phones. For me, Sony's customization means I can get the best of both worlds — the XM4's signature power and excitement, some extra bass, as well as a clearer sound with a wider soundstage and separation that's almost as good as the Bose.  The Sonys are more versatile than the Bose, and that counts for a lot.  Noise cancelling and battery life I tested the noise cancelling abilities of these two headphones in a room that measured 53 decibels, a level produced by an air conditioner vent blowing glorious cold air above me, and two loud Vornado fans (one medium, one personal size) blowing close by that simulated a fairly loud office. I also tested the noise cancelling around a 10KW power generator at sound levels between 65 and 85 decibels.  Both the Bose 700 and Sony XM4 do a remarkable and similar job of cancelling out noise. In my simulated office setting, the fan noises were almost completely eliminated without music. With music, even at lower volumes, ambient noise is all but forgotten. As for the generator test, I could absolutely still hear the loud engine that creates 10,000 watts at 240 volts with both headphones, but the sound was dramatically reduced to a tolerable level.  If I had to pick one that made things quieter than the other, I'd say the Bose was ever so slightly more effective, but not by much at all. You'll be happy with whichever pair you go for when it comes to noise cancelling.  As for battery life, Sony claims 30 hours and five hours of listening time from a quick 10-minute top-off charge with 1.5A or more adapter. Bose claims a 20-hour battery life and three and a half hours of listening time from a 15-minute charge. Whether they actually last 30 hours in unclean — to be honest, I'm not timing how long I'm using them with every listening session. But I can safely say the Sonys lasted longer than the Bose before needing a charge.  Phone calls The Bose 700s' party trick when they were first released was their incredibly effective ambient noise cancellation during phone calls, which works for both you and the person you're speaking to on the phone.  I tested a phone call with both headphones while standing around the corner from a very loud 10KW power generator, where decibel levels read between 65 and 70 decibels — just below the 73.4 average decibel level of the NYC streets, according to this study by the National Institute of Health (NIH) from 2015. The Bose and Sony headphones both performed very well. The person I called could hear my voice clearly over the sound of the generator, and couldn't actually hear the generator humming along at 70 decibels for most of the call. To be extra nitpicky, the person I called said the Sonys had more static noise than the Bose, and that my voice sounded more tinny.  To be sure, a phone call using headphones that don't have some kind of active noise reduction for calls would be extremely uncomfortable.  It seems the headphones' limit was about the 80 to 85 decibel range, where I stood right next to the generator, which is over twice as loud as 70 decibels. 85 decibels is about as loud as a gas-powered lawnmower or a leaf blower, according to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). At 80 decibels, a conversation was impossible — both me and the person I called were constantly being cut off, and it simply wasn't a good time.  For reference, neither headphones worked as well at reducing the generator's noise than the phone I was using, the Pixel 4XL. In fact, the Pixel 4XL allowed a totally normal conversation right next to the generator at 85 decibels. It sucked for me, being right next to the equivalent of a leaf blower, but the person I was calling wasn't too affected.  Apps and other features Both headphones have proximity sensors that pause and resume music when you take the headphones on and off.  Both headphones have Bluetooth multi-point, which means you can connect to two devices at the same time. It's useful if you use the headphones between your phone and your computer. This is a new addition for Sony, as the previous XM3 headphones didn't have multi-point.  Both headphones have touch sensor controls on the exterior earcups.  The Bose Music app is significantly more polished and prettier than the Sony Headphones app. With that said, the Bose Music app isn't as rich in features. The Bose app offers pretty basic and generic customizations for a pair of "smart" headphones, like adjusting the level of noise cancellation and the level of your voice so you can hear yourself during a phone call. It also lets you customize what smart voice assistant you want to use. Conversely, the Sony Headphones app is rich in features, but it's not as pretty or user-friendly. It includes similar features as the Bose app, as well as a "Speak to chat" feature that automatically pauses music and turns off noise cancelling when you start speaking out loud, which is designed to let you keep your headphones on if someone starts speaking to you. By default, the music resumes and noise cancellation turns back on 30 seconds after you're finished speaking. You can adjust the amount of time for your music and noise cancellation to resume. It works surprisingly well, but at the same time, I think keeping headphones on while anyone is speaking to you is rude, so I'd take them off anyway. There's also "Quick Attention" that lets you cover the right earcup to disengage noise cancellation and reduce audio volume. Noise cancelling and volume return once you remove your hand from the right earcup. It works well, and it's perhaps less rude, as covering the earcup is at least an indication that you're doing something to pay attention to the person you're speaking to.  The Sony app also includes a noise cancellation optimizer designed to, well, optimize noise cancellation for you by analyzing anything that might alter the earcups' seal around your ears and adjusting the sound. I'm not entirely sure if it works, to be honest, but optimized or not, sound quality and noise cancellation remain excellent. There's also a "360 Reality Audio" feature that supposedly enhances audio with some kind of surround sound enhancements. The setup process is odd, as you need to take photos of your ears, and it only works with the Tidal, Nugs, and Deezer streaming apps. I don't use any of these apps, so I couldn't test this feature. Honestly, these kinds of features rarely end up enhancing anything for the better.  Which one should you get? The $50 discrepancy between these two headphones isn't going to sway a decision here — you can find deals on the Bose fairly regularly, and the Sonys will get their days of deals soon enough (they were just released at the time of writing).  You'll be pleased with either seeing as they perform similarly in noise cancelling and phone call quality. And both have excellent sound quality.  But against my preference, I can see myself recommending the Bose 700 more often than the Sony WH-1000XM4 because they sound better out of the box, and I know some people aren't likely to fiddle around with an app to customize the sound.  If I know the person is a little more techy and they're open to customizing their sound through an app, I'd recommend the Sony WH-1000XM4 for their versatility. Indeed, the Bose sound great for a wide range of people, but everyone hears differently, and you might find a sound you prefer with the Sonys. In the Sony Headphones app, I like the "Bright" preset and a +7 "Clear Bass" setting.
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