You how Razer Chroma adds game immersion with the help of multicolor light? Apparently, that’s isn’t quite enough and surely it isn’t. It is only as immersive if the entire room, or at least what’s in front of you, is engulfed in the game and that, folks, is exactly what Razer’s Project Ariana, the future of Razer Chroma, will do. Project Ariana is essentially a high-definition, but project movies or photos, it does not; instead it leverages on its ultra-wide fisheye lens and advanced processing capabilities to bathe your gaming room with in-game elements. Continue reading Razer’s Project Ariana Want To Extend Your Gaming Onto The Room Walls
You can always trust Sony to turn out gadgets that are both cutting edge and stylish. The Sony Portable Ultra Short Throw Projector you see here is one such example that embodies the aforementioned qualities. Look wise, the product pretty much speaks for itself and as for the tech, this 2 lbs 1 oz (930g), 3 1/4″ × 5 1/4″ × 5 1/4″ (80 × 131 × 131 mm) device packs a SXRD three primary colors LCD shutter projection system, that throws out anything from 22-inch to 80-inch (50 to 203 cm) image at HD 720p quality on any flat surface of your choosing. Continue reading Sony Portable Ultra Short Throw Projector Projects More Than Videos
It looks like smartphone has reached its size limit. Anything that can’t slips into the pocket is pretty crazy, so I guess 6-inch is as far as a mobile communication device can go without making users looking dumb. But the truth is, we do need large display and until the day when smartphone is capable of projecting 120-inch display right out of its slim and small form factor, projector will be the obvious choice. Speaking of which, RIF6 The Cube seems like a good option for projection. Measuring an astoundingly small 2 x 2 x 1.9 (5 x 5 x 4.8 cm) inches and tipping the scale (or not tipping at all) at mere 136g (0.3 lbs), RIF6 The Cube is capable of throwing a 120-inch display onto any surface with a resolution of 854 x 480 pixels (WVGA). Continue reading The Cube Mobile Projector Is 2-inch Tiny But Puts Out 120-inch Projection
Lets face it. However big is your phone or tablet, nothing beats the big screen, but that’s also a problem: not everywhere you go, there will be a big screen TV waiting for you. This is where portable projectors can come in really handy. Surely the market is not lacking of projectors, but today, CDW-own Magnasonic up the portable projector game with a seriously small device, dubbed Magnasonic LED Pocket Pico DLP Projector. Billed as the world’s smallest pocketable, portable DLP projector, the LED Pocket Pico DLP Projector is no bigger than an iPhone 6s Plus, measuring a diminutive 3.9 x 3.0 x 0.5 inches and tipping the scale at a mere 0.28 lbs. Continue reading This World’s Smallest DLP Projector Puts A 60-inch Display In Your Pocket
Forget about cumbersome desktop scanners, a Munich-based startup has devised a beautiful accessory that will turn today’s powerful smartphone into a scanner, well, kind off. Dubbed scanPAD, it is basically a precision machined aluminum stand that uses patent-pending suction pad to hold a smartphone overhead as it takes stills of whatever that’s place beneath it, on an A4-size surface with the same patent-pending nanotechnology pad. It is really that simple. It uses no special app or any trickery to work. Instead it leverages on your smartphone’s camera app or whatever app that you are comfortable with to snaps photos of the documents. Continue reading scanPAD Is A Big-Ass Stand That Turns Your Smartphone Into A Scanner
Star Wars series of movies aren’t exactly movies that you drink to. Popcorn, probably, but a cold one? Well, likely not a fitting scenario. I mean, it’s not like it is the big game, right? Though it would be nice if R2-D2 can bring you a drink or two as you catch up with the six Star Wars movies before hitting the theater for the seventh Star Wars flick, right? Well, in that case, you will be needing the Aqua R2-D2 Moving Refrigerator. Officially licensed, this full-size replica of everyone’s favorite astromech droid does not pack any tech from the galaxy far, far away. Instead, it has a gut that’s actually a refrigerator, albeit a rather tiny one, that will keep your can drinks chill. Continue reading This Life-size R2-D2 is Actually a Mini Fridge and a HD Projector in Disguise
If you have ever used a pico projector, you will know it is never as bright as advertised. It seems like a short fall that we have to live with, but there is a new kid in the market that claims to project at a brightness that’s nearly double that of a LED pico projector of similar lumens and it is called UO Smart Beam Laser Projector. Before we proceed, try not to let its handsome appearance distract you. Yes. I said ‘handsome’ because it is possibly the prettiest pico projector we have seen thus far and it is super tiny too, measuring mere 2.2 inches and oh, if you haven’t already noticed, it is in a cube form. Not that it matters, but it look kinda cool anyways. Continue reading UO Smart Beam Laser Projector Puts 100-inch of Crisp HD Projection in the Palm of Your Hand
LG Brings Its Latest Ultra HD Monitor To The U.S., Priced at $599
LG is bringing its latest Ultra HD monitor, 27MU67, to the U.S. This 27-inch class monitor features AMD’s FreeSync technology, Black Stabilizer for brightening up dark scenes, Dynamic Action Sync that cuts input lag to 9.7 ms, and Flicker Safer function that makes this IPS display easier on the eyes. $599. BUY.
Casio Introduces Lamp-free Super Slim Projectors for Gaming
Casio Slim Series Lamp-free Projectors measure an astounding 1.7 inches thick and packs proprietary Laser & LED Hybrid light source for maximum brightness, 20,000 hours of lifespan with minimal degradation, and three A/V inputs, including HDMI, RGB and RS-232C terminals. From $949.99. BUY.
Bethesda Softworks Announces Fallout 4 Game
Official words are, Fallout 4’s world premier is expected to happen during E3 at the Dolby Theater in Hollywood on June 14, 7PM PST. You can catch the live stream via Twitch and YouTube. Unfortunately, no word of when exactly it will hit the stores, but it is arriving alright. $TBA. LEARN MORE.
OWC New USB-C Dock Adds 11 Ports To Your New MacBook
Compensate the lack of ports on the new MacBook with the OWC New USB-C Dock that offers 4 USB 3 Type-A ports, 1 USB 3 Type-C port, an SD card reader, HDMI with 4K display support, audio in and out ports, a Gigabit Ethernet port and can even power your MacBook – all with a USB Type-C cable. $129. BUY.
Integral Memory Introduces The First USB Type-C Flash Drive
Your MacBook has it and so do many upcoming gadgets, so it is wise to prep yourself with a portable storage that uses it. We are talking about USB Type-C connector and the London-based Integral Memory is the first to introduces a USB flash drive with such connector. $TBA. LEARN MORE.
Caterpillar Launches A New Rugged Feature Phone, Cat B30
Geared towards foreign workers, the Cat B30 is a feature phone that is built to take any beatings. It is IP67 rated, which means it is waterproof to 1 meter, dust and shockproof and in addition, it can survive a 1.8 meter drop onto concrete and can stand up to extreme temperatures too. £99. BUY.
In traditional sense, popcorns and movies go hand-in-hand, but that’s in the theaters. At home, Pizza Hut Hong Kong thinks their pizzas and movies are the way to go and to prove the point, ad agency Ogilvy & Mather Group HK has created a pizza delivery box that can turn into a projector. All it takes is a few simple steps, which including popping out the ready-to-remove
hold hole on the side of the box, pluck out the lens on the pizza saver and insert into the said hole. Overturn the pizza saver and it doubles as stand for your smartphone, which happens to be your video source. You can choose to playback anything or scan the side of the box to unlock exclusive films. The pizza of your choice is independent of the box design. That is to say you can choose from four box styles regardless of of the pizza you like, be it Supreme, Hawaiian or whatever. Continue reading Pizza Hut Wants You to Watch a Movie with its Delivery Box While Savoring Your Favorite Pizzas
A smartphone with built-in projector is probably not what consumers fancy. However, if a smartphone that can turn any flat surface into a touchscreen and/or projects a keyboard for easier texting and emailing, then that might just spark some interest. That’s exactly what Lenovo is proposing with a technology which it calls Smart Cast. Now, here’s the thing: there is no specific phone model yet with this technology. Lenovo is just showing off this technology which could be implemented in the company’s future handsets. Anyways, it is an intriguing technology that solves two problems: one, the need for a bigger display without bumping up the device size and two, easier text input, especially for those compulsive typer. Continue reading Lenovo Concept Smartphone Can Beam a Virtual Keyboard on the Desk for You to Type On