it used to be, a party at the beach or anywhere outside of your pad can be achieved by a boombox over your shoulder and a couple of mix tapes. that was when Flash Dance was a hit and before college kids started huddling into giant speakers-rigged house. well, it looks like the tide is going to change again
if not for the presence of orange hue on this MultiDock USB charging station, you might think it is an Apple product. leveraging on former Apple designer, Thomas Meyerhoffer’s expertise, Griffin sets out to completely rethink the MultiDock that was first introduced in 2011 and the result is this eye-pleasing, Apple-ish device that we could only described as a huge leap in industrial design standpoint.
IFA is perhaps the next biggest consumer electronics show in global scale outside of North America and needless to say, electronics makers will not pass on this golden opportunity to show off their shiny new gadgets during this prestigious event. this year’s IFA sees Japanese electronics giant Sony introducing some very drool-worthy products ranging from smartphone to imaging devices to home audio system.
we will not try to pretend that Android handsets don’t look alike. seriously, unless you scrutinize the handsets closely, most of them look pretty much the same. handset design won’t stray too far off its oblong design and the narrowing bezel hasn’t help much in differentiating them. the narrower the bezel is, the front is
ever since the invention of camera, we have been blessed with the tool to capture our memories, but those memories are anything but complete. there are just things that are being left behind, literally. until now, the only other better way to capture a particular moment in its entirety is through videoing, but still, that doesn’t
we don’t read much into Philips’ past – all we know is, in recent years, the Netherlands electronic giant has been turning out exceptionally pretty gadgets as witnessed in the firm’s Fidelio range of headphones. the Philips Fidelio M1BT Bluetooth Headphones you see here is one of the latest pretty gadgets to
the Sony Cyber-shot QX Lens Cameras may sounds rather confusing. you may ask if they are cameras or just lenses? actually, they are both. it may even appears to be an extra accessory which you might not need, however, if bringing these lens cameras could save yourself from having to bring a real camera along on your next trip, i guess
still not into plastic wrapped, mega-sized handsets? then perhaps this new premium offering from Sony, the Sony Xperia Z1 smartphone, might just be right up your alley. clad in the usual beautiful Sony styling, the Xperia Z1 smartphone takes on Sony’s OmniBalance design featuring an one-piece aluminum, topped off with tempered glass on both the front and the back.
as expected, Samsung has taken the wrap off the third generation Note, the Samsung GALAXY Note 3 smartphone, at the IFA 2013 and it would be a phone that would put a grin on all plastic-haters. the refreshed Note now sports a soft, textured-touch faux-leather back, complete with delicate stitching for what Sammy’s called “premium look and feel.”
handsets don’t seem to stop growing in size, which gives us enough reason to own a smartwatch so that we don’t have to pull out our giant every single time to check on notifications, or even make a call. speaking of smartwatch – we are spoilt for choice, however, if you are Samsung GALAXY device user, you might want to give this uber sleek Samsung GALAXY Gear Smartwatch a thought.