What do you reckon to this – an inflatable laptop stand?
It is made out of PVC which is non-slip and is heat resistant, so you don’t have to worry about your laptop melting the ‘lilo’! (more…)
The world has gone iPad mad since its launch and we’ve since seen many people creating useful accessories for it. There has been the iPad wearable sleeve, where it automatically signals a cyclist’s intentions to motorists, a kitchen cabinet modified to house an iPad, an iPad turned into a skateboard and fashionable clothes with sewn in iPad pockets. Now we see the folks at ThinkGeek have come up with the concept of iCade; an arcade games cabinet. (more…)
Take a look at this Fisheye-Nikkor 6mm f/2.8s lens which can actually see behind itself. It has a 220° range which is 40% wider than standard fisheye lenses, meaning it is the widest lens available. There are no details on price at the moment, but we are sure this will come with a hefty price tag! It weighs 5.2kg, meaning it is not that portable and so requires a tedious set up to shoot pictures. From reading reviews though, it seems to be a prized jewel within the photography world and many people are getting very excited about it.
Earlier in the month, we told you of how one man stored his iPad in his kitchen cabinet, but this new invention has just taken things to the next level. An Australian company have come up with the concept of how to wear your iPad. “Developed with the digital lifestyle of Apple lovers in mind”, the iClothing intends for their clothes to be “a modern take on old classics”. (more…)
While I prefer Mozilla Firefox when it comes to using a stable browser for my office PC, I use Chrome on my notebook due to its speed. We’ve been using beta release for just under a month now and here comes another Chrome stable release. This shows Google’s commitment to make Chrome the first choice browser for all users. (more…)
LG have just bombarded us with their 84 inch 3DTV, which is claiming to be the biggest of its kind. It boasts UHD (Ultra High Definition) and 3840 x 2160 resolution, which is four times the resolution of previous full HD TV panels. Coming out from the Society for Information Display (SID) 2010 show will also be a ‘liquid lens’ TV where you can view 3D without the need for glasses. (more…)