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Globus Mobile Workstation

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The Globus is a complete mobile work station in an innovative, compact form. We predict a great future for this sophisticated work station on wheels – a truly appealing example of innovative design. The Globus has everything you might expect of an instant classic.

0 comment filed    6:55 am    May 8th, 2008     posted by : Mehdi    Permalink   RSS
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Nokia Morph Concept

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Nokia’s morphable, meltable, shape-shifting nanotech display. Concept.

Nokia’s new Morph concept phone would use nanotechnology to give it a flexible body with a transparent display that could be re-shaped depending on the user’s needs, a far cry from today’s solid and chunky devices. Even the electronics inside it would be transparent and flexible, so the whole phone may be twisted and stretched into bracelet shapes or tablet form, and nanotech cleverness means it would even clean itself.

0 comment filed    6:55 am    February 26th, 2008     posted by : Mehdi    Permalink   RSS
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M500 Cellwatch

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Designed by SMS Technology Australia and developed by one of the worlds leading and most respected mobile research and design companies.

Keeping time and keeping Contact will never be the same again. The M500 takes mobile communications to a whole new level. With over 80 hours standby time, full sms functionality, Touch Screen, full blue tooth compatibility, Dial Up Networking, Games, MP4 Player, 128 MB Memory, USB connectivity for software uploads, downloads, 300 number memory storage, 40 embedded real tones and its sleek sophisticated design make this the world’s first truly mobile wristwatch.

0 comment filed    8:10 am    January 1st, 2008     posted by : Mehdi    Permalink   RSS
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BYU Industrial Design Majors Present Dell “Ultra Mobile” PCs and Mity-Lite Chairs

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Brigham Young University industrial design students presented their concepts for a potential line of “ultra mobile” Dell computers on Dec. 17 as part of their final exam for their “studio” class. The machines were meant to be incorporated into users’ everyday lives, the students told their audience, which included two retired Dell managers and current Dell executives listening via conference call.

Designers interviewed bicycle police officers to gather information for a concept aimed at the military, outdoor enthusiasts and others who want to use computers in “hostile environments.” Another team aimed at college students, for whom they conceived a two-screened machine that can open like a book, or rotate into a tablet, and features an on-screen keyboard. Other markets targeted were young adults and creative professionals such as musicians.

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0 comment filed    8:06 am    December 24th, 2007     posted by : Mehdi    Permalink   RSS
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Personalizing Phone

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Customizable face plates for electronics is all the rage right? This clamshell phone is all about user customization. The grid lattice structure holds colored pins to mimic precious jewelry. Create all kinds of designs and patterns in full pixelated isometric glory. Limited edition versions with precious metals and gems could also be created to heighten the sense of personal style and design.

0 comment filed    7:59 am    November 24th, 2007     posted by : Mehdi    Permalink   RSS
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Fruit Tray Cell Phone

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Hong Kong-based designer Timo Wong’s idea of great cellular phone design derives from the organic simplicity of an object used to prevent fruit from bruising. His Cells cell phone concept directly mimics the contours of a typical fruit tray, separating numbers not by lines or scores, but by seamless, curved surface variations.

0 comment filed    7:07 am    September 8th, 2007     posted by : Mehdi    Permalink   RSS
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Nokia Prism 7900 and 7500

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Nokia unveiled the Prism collection, its latest range of mobile phones aimed at style-conscious consumers. The Prism collection consists of the Nokia 7900 Prism and the Nokia 7500 Prism, handsets which combine individual style and state-of-the-art technology. The two mobile models will be available in the third quarter of 2007 with an estimated retail price of EUR 400 for the Nokia 7900 Prism and EUR 210 for the Nokia 7500 Prism, before taxes and subsidies.

Nokia Prism collection is highlighted by cutting-edge colors, materials and graphics. Its signature diamond-cut design, featuring sharp angled lines, geometric patterns and graphic light-refracting colors, ensure these models stand out in the mobile phone market.

1 comment filed    6:57 am    August 9th, 2007     posted by : Mehdi    Permalink   RSS
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Protective Cover For iPhone

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Designed to provide ultimate in easy-access and functionality, the Incase Molded Rubber Case provides direct access to widescreen with touch controls, speakerphone and microphone openings, a camera lens cutout and access to dock connector.

0 comment filed    4:33 pm    July 14th, 2007     posted by : Mehdi    Permalink   RSS
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Emergency Phone Charger

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There are all sorts of mobile chargers out there, but this is about the most compact, ludite friendly, and neatly designed one we’ve ever seen. Consisting of a sleek blue metal tube, you simply pop in an AA battery and plug it into your phone for an extra two hours talk time. It’s so simple, you can get hold of an AA battery no matter where you are one the planet, it’s small and smooth and comes with four different adaptors, so will charge a whole host of different phones. Great design, excellent idea and as cheap as cod and chips.

* Highly portable, instant phone charger.
* A powerful charging with a single AA battery gives you up to 2 hrs extra talking time.
* The charging time is the same as for your mains pluggable charger and may very dependently of your handset.

0 comment filed    7:17 am    February 16th, 2007     posted by : Mehdi    Permalink   RSS
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Neonode N2 ? The Intuitive Phone

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It?s the patented screen technology that enables the unique design of Neonode N2 and makes it so easy to use. You do everything on-screen ? simple and convenient. Neonode N2 is also an open platform, which means that you can download all the additional applications and features you want your device to have.
With Neonode WRR you can also record and fill your Neonode N2 with music from radio channels on the web.

Neonode N2 is available in the different colors.

See full description and photos after jump…

0 comment filed    8:38 pm    February 12th, 2007     posted by : Mehdi    Permalink   RSS
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