Sunday, May 10, 2009
Sometimes, as speakers get smaller, so does the sound. Not so with the first ever FireWire bus powered speakers by Lacie.
Designed by Neil Poulton, these little wonders have a minimum output of 5W, producing amazingly clear sound. The fact that they are firewire powered means that they do not need an AC adapter, resulting in better portability and less cable clutter.
The sleek, and simple design perfectly reflect their brilliant function - simple and clear. And for $79, its a steal.
The Digital Video Eyewear is basically a combination of two 320 x 240 video screens and a comfortable goggles. You can plug it in to your DVD player or video iPod and indulge in your favourite movie all on your own without having to share the screen with anybody else!
Here is something new that we haven’t seen before, a concept phone which is completely transparent and see through.
This concept phone by BloodRabbit which he thought of while driving home from work.
This mobile phone comes in a see-through body and a basic LCD display, sharing the same dimensions as a credit card.
Cool wooden peripherals tend to be expensive.
Why, then, is Geeks.com’s keyboard and mouse set so cheap? At $20, it looks like a bargain.
The probability of it being plastic is high, with the description having no information on species.
Euroset continues expanding its Luxury-line, within which it has imported the most expensive handset costing 1 mln. euros to Russia. Thus, the Russians can now buy GoldVish Piece Unique put into the Guinness Book of Records. Only three people on the planet have such a handset.
GoldVish Luxury-handsets have come to Russia. Expanding its Luxury-line Euroset has received the exclusive right to sell the entire GoldVish model range in Russia. Currently the handsets are available in Euroset three shops in Moscow. In 2008 the retailer plans to open GoldVish boutique in Moscow.
Simply connect your iPod, MP3 or CD player, TV or other audio source to enjoy sound from one or two full range, 360 degree omnidirectional speakers. Control all functions by wireless IR remote, secure it to a magnetized recess on the primary speaker.
This is a 22″ widescreen LCD that I built to compliment my brass keyboards. The frame is solid 1/4-inch brass that has been sanded and polished to a high shine. The base features a mixture of brass and black marble with a small brass “cord catch” to keep the power and data cords tidy.
Patience, folks…mice are coming soon!
Nokia definitely has the most interesting concept phones. Nokia 888 Communicator is a striking futuristic concept phone. The phone, which uses liquid batteries, speech recognition, flexible touchscreen and touch-sensitive body cover,is designed by Tamer Nakisci and won the Nokia Design Award.
If you’re a fan of luxury phones, you’re going to like this. The iPhone has currently been luxed up by Australian jeweler Peter Aloisson. The result is the iPhone Princess Plus - the world’s most expensive iPhone. 138 of the total amount of diamonds are “princess cut” stones, which is where the name iPhone Princess Plus comes from.The other 180 diamonds used the brilliant cut. These diamonds total 17.75 carats and are inlaid on 18k white gold. The price of this sparkling baby is $176,400. Of course, an alternative version containing only the brilliant-cut diamonds is available for “only” $66,150.