Nokia N95 (8Gb)

August 31, 2007

The N95 (8Gb) edition is a beautiful black model, has a 2.8 inch screen instead of a 2.4 inch screen (same QVGA res), and improved battery life of up to 30% better. 3G, GPS, HSDPA, Bluetooth, A2DP, Infrared, USB, WLAN, Symbian OS ver 9.2. Still 5 megapixels camera but has no lens cap, and a Xenon flash instead of LED.

Looks more robust than the old silver flagship model but still a brick.

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TomTom RIDER Navigator

August 31, 2007


I didn’t know motorcycles have GPS navigators too.
Designed with bikers in mind, rugged and waterproof, TomTom RIDER comes with RAM mounting hardware that fits almost any bike and a Cardo scala-rider® wireless headset for high quality voice instructions inside your helmet. US and Europe only…

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Nokia N81 the new N-Gage

August 30, 2007

There was N-Gage, then there was N-Gage QD… Now there is N81. Though not hailed specifically as a gaming phone, the just-announced N81 caters to gamers.

N81 offers landscape gaming with dedicated game keys, 3.5mm headphone plug (via the Nokia AV connector), on top of its 2-megapixel camera, 3G and Wi-Fi connectivity. It comes in two versions: One with a microSD card expansion slot, the other with built-in 8GB flash memory.

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Lull Comfort Lamp

August 30, 2007


LULL is a lamp that opens and closes like a flower. In the evening the lamp gives a warm glow, to give a feeling of safety while it slowly turns itself off. In the morning the lamp opens, gradually increasing the light intensity to give the user a more comfortable awakening. 
awakening. LULL is an award-winning product made for GiForm 2007, an industrial design competition in Norway.

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August 30, 2007

We are past half of 2007, cables still exist in electronic products, the world does not progress like during the world wars and cold wars where new gadgets invent themselves from weapons…

Cordhog is a ball like structure that wires wrap around and that is it! Simple and nice… Comes in a wide range of colors and sells for a buck each (in sets of six).

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Designed to mimic the look of a trash can, TEMPO is a unique hard drive storage device. Intended to protect the user from accidentally deleting files, it can also be used as an external storage device. As you delete files, they are automatically copied to the TEMPO. As it fills up, led’s light the “can” from the bottom up, informing you of how much space is available.
Tempo is just a concept. It hasn’t been technologically designed.

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Remind Me Chair

August 29, 2007

This chair is made of 6 pack rings (the stuff the holds canned beers) that decompose after 3 months in direct sunlight, and the frame can be deconstructed to apply another layer of rings when needed. Nice.

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