Skullcandy recently introduced the SLYR Gaming Headset for wire-hating gamers. This wonderfully built headphone features a 2.4GHz wireless audio, the company’s proprietary “Supreme Sound” technology, a GMX stereo transmitter for balancing game and voice audio as well as three different EQ sound modes!
Wish we knew how common day objects could be shaped and transformed into stylish works of art. A look at this collection of dog sculptures and you indeed get inspired to build one on your own.
Lenovo announced the company’s first Windows 8-based tablet recently. Called the ThinkPad Tablet 2, the device will come with a 10.1-inch 1366 x 768 IPS display, a 8 MP rear camera, AT&T LTE, USB port, NFC, and even a stylus. This rather high-end device will pack in some 10 hours of battery life which is pretty good for a device running a full fledged OS.
Apple will start shipping the iPhone 5 on September 21st. For iPhone fans, the 5th avatar is arguably the best thing that has happened since the original iPhone itself. The first version was launched in 2007. It was a revolution then. Apple completely re-defined how a cellphone should work and showed the world what a cellphone should actually be. And then the others followed.
The mobile phone that Apple is most worried about, a.k.a. Galaxy SIII, is currently Samsung’s most successful, ever. With over 20 million sold in just 100 days, things look really good for the $143 billion Korean giant.
If you are an organized person who just needs everything to be in its proper place without wasting space, then this might be an option for such a need. It is a single unit with multiple storage options [as you very well understand from the picture] as per requirement.
Short-Circuit ia a set of appliances that function by reusing components from discarded electronic equipments
All discarded appliances are not necessarily damaged to the core. A particular model could be outdated or the body might have unsightly dents or scratches. The reason could be any. Keeping this in mind Gaspard Tiné-Berès has thought of reusing the electrical components that thrive within these dumped devices which otherwise would end up in landfills harming our planet.
What you see is the LaVie Z, NEC’s latest ultrabook that has a 13.3-inch screen but weighs just 2.2 pounds. Thanks to the ultrabook’s lithium-magnesium alloy shell, that reduces the device weight by almost 50%.