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Wireless connection to phones and MP3 players. One headset for music and calls with premium sound quality. This great set also comes with one funny ad. To watch the ad click here (nsfw) even if I know your boss and colleagues are going to love it ;-)
The HDMS-S1D (that's a sexy name!) is a new digital photo album by Sony. Featuring an 80GB internal HDD capable of storing up to 50,000 digital photos. It can import photos via virtually all memory card formats plus CD, DVD, and USB. Price: $400.
iPod already takes you on a musical journey. Imagine where it could take you when paired with compelling content about the places you visit. Now that the perfect tour guide comes in handy pocket size, world-renowned institutions are taking note and making podcasts.
The Digital Grand Versailles Project brings Louis XIV’s magnificent Versailles chateau and gardens into the iPod age with audio and video podcasts featuring the Gardens of Versailles and Marie Antoinette’s Trianon. Visit Versailles and you can check out an iPod preloaded with the tour or download the podcast via iTunes and sync it to your own iPod.
On the endless list of things you don't need but why not having one ... let me give you the Sanyo's new Xacti E1 (he world's first waterproof digital camcorder) The pocket-sized 8.3-ounce E1. Waterproof digital camcorder, 6 Megapixel still photos, 5x Optical zoom, 2.5-Inch LCD display. Up to 1hr 20min digital video per 1GB memory card. Price: $500.
This is the new Philippe Starck watch for Fosile. This O-Ring Digi focuses on sleek basics. The number on the watch face indicates the hour, and the segments, indicating minutes, fill up around the dial as the hour progresses. The face is set within the band, and the center is completely empty. Price $110
Imagine standing in front of a mirror at your favorite boutique and having your friends at home vote on your look and make suggestions about another top you should try on. A new dressing room technology called the "Magic Mirror" from New York-based digital technology developer IconNicholson claims to do just that.
Using a cell phone equipped with wireless technology, shoppers point the camera at the mirror and transmit their image to a Web site. Through the Web site, friends can vote on the outfits as well text-message their opinions to shoppers. Shoppers can text-message back using their cell phones.
Those messages then appear on the interactive mirror. Additionally, the mirror displays recommendations of other styles and accessories that shoppers can try on. By touching those options, shoppers can see close-ups of the clothes, where they're located in the store and their prices. Read more ...
IconNicholson, a leading full-service digital agency to Global 1000 companies, ups the ante for retailers trying to reach young shoppers, with its designs for a unique in-store shopping experience known as Social Retailing.
After the success of the Chocolate phone with its touch-sensitive controls, LG has come up with a phone with almost no buttons. Designed from the ground up in conjunction with high fashion label Prada. So it does not matter if you either are a Prada freak or you just can't aford it, like everything in life it's only details that count. Prada by LG is the detail accessory you must have ;-)
Just think how could it will be to get your local daily morning paper on time wherever you are in the world, or carry rolled under your arm the equivalent of 15 books and 20 magazines ... UK-based startup Plastic Logic is to build a factory in Germany to start making flexible screen on a commercial basis.
I am so excited about our new digital camera. I could buy one every two months !!! With a great effort I manage to change it once a year. Most of the time I would buy a Canon, burt this time I have decided to change and go for the Olympus mju 725, yes they call it MJU and not Stylus over here, don't ask why !!
Metal body in Titanium, 3 colors, we went for the Cherry Red ;-) It is shockproof from heights up to 1.5m and also waterproof down to 5m. 7.1 million pixes, a cool large LCD ... to be honest I can't wait to use it underwater. But until we book our next trip to Tahiti, Parisian shower shots will do just fine ;-)