Can you imagine going without food for a day? It is a sad truth but there are places where people have to face the food crises regularly whether be it due to drought or due to poverty. And given the issue wherein a person is unable to have one’s fill, it is a major setback to find ample food wastage taking place around the corner.
Novation recently launched the LaunchKey, a new line of MIDI controller keyboards, that features over 50 physical controls, including 16 velocity-sensitive multi-color trigger-pads! That’s not all. The company is also offering the LaunchKey iPad app for free (introductory offer), that will offer the near perfect iPad-based software-hardware integration.
If you are a fan of synthesizers, chances are you must have used or played on a Moog, at least once. Now the world’s most famous synth manufacturer has launched the “Sub” Phatty at the NAMM 2013.
What you see above is an electric boat with a built-in hot tub. Called the Hot Tub Boat, it can hold a maximum load of 2100lbs of water. The diesel-powered boiler it accommodates has a built-in adjustable thermostat that heats the tub’s water to a maximum 104° F.
Although Sony hasn’t been quite successful like Samsung in selling Android-based smartphones, they do make good quality phones. And here’s a new addition to their portfolio. Welcome the beautiful Xperia Z, which features a stunning 5” Full HD (1080p) Reality Display and is powered by the Snapdragon™ S4 Pro quad-core processor.
A lot of consumers wanted a flash drive with 1TB space, for a while. Looks like that day is almost here. Called the DataTraveler HyperX Predator, the 1 TB USB 3.0 flash drive from Kingston will have read speeds of 240MB/s and write speeds of 160MB/s.
Almost after a month since Microsoft launched the Surface (with Windows RT), the company has released the pricing structure for the upcoming Surface Pro that will run Windows 8 Pro (full version of Windows). The Surface Pro will be able to run any standard Windows-based application.
Sharp Electronics of Japan recently revealed its plan to launch a huge 20-inch LED display, called LL-S201A. The screen will support as many as 10-point multi-touch inputs and will also come with a style with a 2mm tip. This 1,920 x 1,080 display panel has a 3000:1 contrast ratio and is scheduled to be launched in Japan on January 30th 2013.
Check this out! Now you can have a lamp for your room that looks just like the iconic brick in the Super Mario Brothers video game. The exciting thing about it is that it can be turned on and off by simply touching underneath it similar to the functioning of the bricks in the game.