Looks like a hand-held digital picture frame, isn’t it? This rectangular object offers more than that. This little device allows you to pass on information in the form of notes or diagrams to your friends without the use of keyboards provided the recipient has the same device.
“It is a bat”. “No, it is a thermoplastic”. Well it’s a support! Okay no more guesses. It’s a bat-shaped stand suitable for the iPhone family made of durable polypropylene. Thus it indicates no more stress on the arms or on the creative brain for upright positioning of the screen for such gadgets.
A glance and it brings back a lot of memories. Those rotary dial telephones with their heavy handsets donned with an assortment of colors still occupies a certain space in the communication arena. This picture is a tremendous change from the previous ones with its sleek and stylish form as also its functioning.
Apple launched the new iPod Shuffle, this time with a 4GB storage capacity. The device features a text-to-speech engine called “VoiceOver”, which can speak the artist name, song name and the playlist titles. So…yes, it does speak, but don’t expect to have a full conversation with it. Either way for most hard-core music lovers 4GB may feel to be a joke, especially when the iPod Touch 8GB itself is priced at less than $199.
Concepts of furniture are aplenty and there have been many that deal with the space saving concerns, some are like chair , table etc. There was a shelf that acted like a memo board while some had totally a new definition of furniture. Multi-functionality is what now we look forward to, in combination with elegance in the appearance (ofcourse!).
Taiwan’s Commercial Times reported that Apple may be planning bigtime for a touch-screen netbook and is in full-time discussion with several suppliers. Infact it has been reported that Taiwan based display maker Wintek (which is making the screen for the product) has already “confirmed” this. The primary hardware for the netbook will be manufactured by Quanta, which is already the regular supplier of Apple.
If you think that plasma screens are dead, think again. When the whole world is planing for the full-switch from plasma to LCD, Panasonic is scheduled to release the TC-P54Z1, currently reputed as the world’s most advanced plasma HDTV (by far!). It has a 1080P resolution, supports wireless HDMI, internet connectivity, 24Hz cinematic playback and is just 1-inch thick or thin (whichever way you want to see it!).