Archive for November 2011 | Monthly archive page
Looking to build on the success of its original PB oneTwo all-in-one desktop computer solutions, Packard Bell has announced two new slimmed-down revamps in the shape of the 21.5-inch PB oneTwo M and the 23-inch PB oneTwo L. The PB oneTwo M (with a 21.5-inch screen and 20.4 x 18.7 x 4.72-inch/520 x 476 x 120 mm dimensions) doesn’t come anywhere near Lenovo’s ThinkCentre Edge 91z. With dimensions of 21.6 x 19.5 x 5-inches (549 x 496 x 129 mm), however, the PB oneTwo L (with 23-inch screen) doesn’t quite match up to the slim profile of HP’s TouchSmart 610, which we spent some time with earlier in the year.
Philips – today, the electronics manufacturer announced its new ESee pocket video camera. Although the ESee does shoot in full 1080p HD resolution, users have the option of simultaneously recording a QWVGA 240p version of their videos. Even the full HD files aren’t as huge as they could be, due to Philip’s use of H.264 video compression. This leaves them with a sharp video for their own viewing, along with a much smaller file for emailing. Built-in Windows software also allows for one-button posting of videos to sites such as Facebook and YouTube.
The body is made of milled aluminum. Integralus digital watch has its body double up as a closure. The elastic band comes in three sizes and uses spring shafts to connect to the body. Two display segments—one for hours and one for minutes—snap together to lock your watch in place. Each segment has a battery of its own.
Beats by Dr. Dre headphones are about to launch their first wireless headphones. The highlights have to be the built-in mic and music playback, and convenient control buttons right on the earcup for hands-free mobile calling, music control, and volume.
For some, their search is ease by having very unique luggage or special markings such as a ribbon tied onto it. “Tag Finder”, is not just your ordinary luggage tag. This is a pretty awesome concept. Consists of a 2 part device based on RF technology; it alerts the user when both the tags are in close proximity of each other. Secure the tag part of the “Tag Finder” on your luggage handle, clip the finder part on your passport and check in your luggage. When at the luggage conveyor belt, as the Tag & Finder comes within range of each other, a beep would be emitted, alerting the user that his/ her luggage is here and identified.
Lumi nube is a new lighting what has the form of pillow. And it can be controlled with i-pad & i-phone, you can turn on & off with their timer or alarm. During the connection it charges i-pod & i-phone.
Designer: Takanori Matsukobo