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Porsche Celebrates 8th-Gen Porsche 911 With A New Timepiece

Porsche Design is now offering a limited edition chronograph watch to celebrate the release of the 8th-generation Porsche 911. Officially called Porsche Design 911 Chronograph Timeless Machine Limited Edition, this handsome watch is limited to just 911 pieces worldwide with the limited edition number selectable by you, subjected to availability, of course. Continue reading Porsche Celebrates 8th-Gen Porsche 911 With A New Timepiece

Porsche Design 911 Soundbar Black Edition: Only Wall-mounted TV Needs Apply

It is safe to assume that if you drive a Porsche 911, you are pretty up there as far as disposal income is concern. In other words, you should be pretty damn rich, and if that is so, you may want this particular sound bar called Porsche Design 911 Soundbar Black Edition from Porsche Design in your life to, you know, complement your love for Porsche 911. Continue reading Porsche Design 911 Soundbar Black Edition: Only Wall-mounted TV Needs Apply

Huawei Mate 20 Series Gets New Kirin Chip And Matrix Camera System

As expected, Huawei has taken the wrap off the new Mate devices at a London event on October 16. With the new Mate, the series have growth into not two, not three, but four Mate devices. It includes Huawei Mate 20, Huawei Mate 20 Pro, the Porsche Design Huawei Mate RS, and a new addition to the Mate family, the Huawei Mate 20 X. The new Mate series is also the first Huawei devices to sport the new 7 nm Kirin system-on-chip, the Kirin 980, which is backed by Cortex-A76-based processor and Mali G76 GPU. Kirin 980, btw, is the first smartphone in the market to feature Dual-NPU which will grant the chip “higher On-Device AI processing capability.” Continue reading Huawei Mate 20 Series Gets New Kirin Chip And Matrix Camera System

Porsche Design’s Huawei Mate RS Has An In-screen Fingerprint Sensor

Hold up, folks! If you have not bought a Huawei Mate 10, or the Porsche Design Huawei Mate 10, then you may want to stop because, Huawei has just unveiled a new Porsche Design-branded Mate device inspired by the iconic Porsche 911 GT3 RS, called Porsche Design Huawei Mate RS. This is one of the rare times where acronym synonymous with sports car is used on a smartphone and like the RS of the automobile world, this device has quite a bit to shout about. Continue reading Porsche Design’s Huawei Mate RS Has An In-screen Fingerprint Sensor

Huawei Unveiled Mate Devices, Tout Integrated Artificial Intelligence

If you don’t already know, what makes Huawei smartphones stand out (or not) from the sea of competitions is the use of proprietary processor manufactured by the company’s wholly-owned fabless semiconductor company, HiSilicon. Up till today, the handset arm of China’s telecommunication giant has been relying on HiSilicon-made processor. Normally there’s really nothing to talk about because, they are just processor, but today, that changes when Huawei Consumer Business Group introduced its first AI mobile chipset, the Kirin 970. Continue reading Huawei Unveiled Mate Devices, Tout Integrated Artificial Intelligence

Porsche Turns 911 GT3 Tailpipes Into A Handsome Stereo Bluetooth Speaker

Here’s something for lovers of Porsche, specifically lovers of Porsche’s much revered 911 GT3. We’d say it is a must-have for every single Porsche enthusiasts, whether or not you actually drives one, cos’ this is a Bluetooth speaker is crafted from an actual, original exhaust tailpipes pulled from a Porsche 911 GT3. Clearly, that’s more than enough reasons for fans to drop 499 euros (about 569 in greenbacks) on a unit, but in case you need a little more information… this baby here is kind of a follow up to the 911 GT3 exhaust tailpipe-based soundbar introduced last year. Continue reading Porsche Turns 911 GT3 Tailpipes Into A Handsome Stereo Bluetooth Speaker

Porsche Design Touched Huawei Mate 9 Cost A Cool $1,480

Once a upon a time, you can’t be called a true business person if you didn’t have a Blackberry. Blackberry was, at its peak, the name for on-the-go business-centric communication and so, it only made sense than that if Porsche Design want to pick a communication device to touch, Blackberry would be it. But the hey days are well over for the Canadian tech firm and with official words that it won’t making smartphone anymore, it only make sense for Porsche Design to look for an alternative to fill PD smartphone void and look they sure did, finding the next PD-touch to be Huawei Mate 9, a device that runs on the almost infallible Android Operating System. Continue reading Porsche Design Touched Huawei Mate 9 Cost A Cool $1,480

Porsche Design Mobile Drive by LaCie Gets USB-C Reversible Connector

Though the design of the latest USB type, the USB-C (aka USB Type C), was finalized not too long ago, tech juggernaut Apple is quick to get it onboard the firm’s latest MacBook and on the peripheral business, LaCie has updated its Porsche Design line of mobile drive with the USB-C reversible connector too. The design of the drives remain the same; it is still the same pretty, you-expect-from-LaCie-and-Porsche-Design styling. Which means you will be greeted with the familiar 3mm-thick solid aluminum enclosure. The only differences are, it is now speedier, thanks to the USB 3.0 interface that pushes data at up to 100 MB/s, and most importantly, it is reversible, which means, no more flustering over plugging the connector in upside down or not. Continue reading Porsche Design Mobile Drive by LaCie Gets USB-C Reversible Connector

Porsche Design P’9983 from BlackBerry Has a Pretty Aesthetic to Make Up for ‘Decent Specs’

Blackberry is actually a pretty capable smartphone, but unfortunately, it fails to catch up with time and most importantly, it can’t catch up with the changing consumer tastes. in any case, that hasn’t stop the continual collaboration between design house Porsche Design and Blackberry, and so yes, the two outfits have turn out yet another Blackberry handset, this time it is called the P’9983. the styling does not stray too far away from the previous offering, but that’s how we like it anyways. it features a clean, squarish aesthetic, on which you will find a 3.1-inch HD touchscreen display and a QWERTY keyboard with an added exquisiteness provided by the specially crafted glass-like keys. don’t sneer at the physical keyboard though. not everyone is enamored by idea of virtual keyboard. if you really have tons of emailing to do on-the-go, physical keyboard is probably rational way to go, albeit at the expense of smaller screen real estate. Continue reading Porsche Design P’9983 from BlackBerry Has a Pretty Aesthetic to Make Up for ‘Decent Specs’

Porsche Design USB Key by LaCie

want a USB flash drive that complements your Porsche Design P’9223 Slim Drive? well, here’s one: the Porsche Design USB Key by LaCie. following the clean, minimalist design language synonymous with Porsche Design, the Porsche Design USB Key by LaCie features a slim steel construction and scratch-resistant connector. available in 16B and 32GB capacity, it benefits from the latest in Universal Serial Bus technology, the USB 3.0 which enables a speedy transfer rate of up to 95MB/s, while taking up the least possible amount of physical space in your pocket. in fact, you could use it as a keychain, thanks to the integrated hole, and bring it wherever your business might takes you to. Continue reading Porsche Design USB Key by LaCie