CSR unveiled the World’s Thinnest Keyboard at IFA this week, and The Guardian was there with the skinny on this sure-to-be-hot new product for our minimalist society. As you can probably tell from the picture, this wireless input device comes in at under 0.50″ thick (~0.49″ thick to be exact).
We’re not completely sure that it’ll come in just the color that you see here, but the white and blue combo looks pretty easy on the eyes. Unfortunately, we’ve got about a 12-week wait before these will become available for the ol’ PC. We’re also unsure on price, but if you’re interested in following, now would be a good time to add CSR.com to your bookmarks.
The iPad Pocket Projector is the latest find from Hammacher Schlemmer, which specializes in pretty much anything awesome. This device is great for those of you who have jobs that take you in directions where you’ve got to give a lot of presentations on the go.
Operation couldn’t be any simpler. Just plug in to your iPad’s 30-pin charging port, and create a 35 lumen LED projector that is capable of 640 x 480 resolution for diagonal images from six inches to 60. (Recommended distance at eight to 78 inches away.)
While you may not be as excited about this particular version as we are, it’s a milestone of what phones and projectors will be capable of as technology continues to improve. This is only the beginning, friends.
Nokia is hoping to keep Microsoft in the game with the new flagship Lumia 1020 which touts a 41 megapixel camera sensor.
We’re talking massive, high resolution 7712 x 5360 photos here and when you need to share an image, the phone also shoots a more reasonably-sized 5 megapixel photo. The sensor is matched with Carl Zeiss optics, image stabilization, zoom capability, and a 4.5″ AMOLED screen, 32GBs of storage, and wireless charging capability. $300.
More info: http://www.nokia.com/us-en/phones/phone/lumia1020/
Sony, like Apple thinks that the future of wearable tech is on the wrist not the eyes, and last year the company released the SmartWatch.
Ever caught yourself looking at the back of your Macbook Pro and thinking, this little logo sure could use some personality? Well, if you’re a minimalist guy like myself, the Sub-Zero from Mortal Kombat sticker circulating around the Net is a tad much.
Thankfully, MacStickrs is here with a high quality and deceptively brilliant series of designs that give your Apple logo the personality he is lacking. You can dress yours in a series of different “faces” that include Fu Manchu, a variety of eyeglasses (including Harry Potter), and even the classic “Rollie Fingers” look.
You really want this!
Okay, don’t get too excited. We’ll preface this Kickstarter project by telling you that donating will not get you your very own Paravelo Flying Bike. But it will get the kind chaps at London-based XploreAir off the ground, so to speak, in pushing forward with the final designs so you can soon pick one up for yourself.
The concept apparently works, if you watch the video over at their project page.
Not sure if I should be thrilled or terrified. While there’s no doubt in my mind, I’d never get several feet off the ground on a bike, I know my wife would, and that’s scary enough. What about you guys — were bikes meant for flying? (And did I just ask that question?)
You’ve always wanted to see what the hell your neighbors have going on the other side of the fence. Here’s how you can do it.
The Monkey Light Pro, is something very cool for your bike, with that item you really can say: “watch my bike”.
Awesome gaming combination and the future of gaming
It goes where no device has gone before.
With a wave of a hand or lift of a finger, you’re about to change the way you use your computer. The Leap Motion Controller senses how you move your hands, the way you move them naturally. So you can point, wave, reach, and grab. Even pick something up and put it down. Just like in real life. It’s an amazing device for the things you do every day and for things you never thought you could do.