Sony Attachable Zoom Lens For Smartphones / The Sony DSC-QX10/W is a zoom lens and sensor that turns your smartphone into what looks like a conventional camera. http://thegadgetflow.com/portfolio/sony-attachable-zoom-lens-smartphones/
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The Cool Leaf Touchscreen Keyboard by Minebea, featuring a full English QWERTY 108 key layout, with each capacitive key individually backlit to provide brilliant soft lighting under any conditions. An adjustable beep sounds upon a successful key press, and sensitivity can be adjusted as well to easily accommodate any keyboard commando, from hunt-and-peck beginners to 150wpm novelists. The mirror-like surface allows for easy cleaning.
Wow ! I've read an article where we can use our skin as a touchscreen for our smartphone. There is no need to use the device. We can just wear the device to our skin talk and text accordingly without any trouble or any itching sensation to the skin. Some doctors are saying that it might cause cancer but thorough investigation was performed in the lab and decided it is not a cancer causing agent. The article did not mention about the audio. That might become a intelligent question.
Rarely does one come across a product so beautiful and yet so sensible in functionality and form factor that it complements the fast-changing lifestyle of this generation. The ICE Orb Levitating Speaker is one such beautiful Bluetooth Speaker which defies and challenges the conventional methods of listening to Music.
Google engineer Max Braun wanted his ordinary bathroom mirror to look more like the futuristic fixtures you’d see in the movies—the kind that transmit information directly onto the mirror. Though these smart products are not yet on the market, the parts for them are fairly easy to obtain. With this in mind, Braun decided to build his own mirror of the future. The impressive DIY project required both hi-tech and analog materials: a two-way mirror, display panel, controller board, components…