Just came across the Rubitone (Rubik + Pantone) concept, and it’s brilliantly attractive:
Concept by Ignacio Pilotto. Not intended to be a commercial product. There is no affiliation between Pantone, Inc. and the Rubitone.
The Q1UP-V Ultraportable Notebook boasts an Intel Centrino Processor, 2 GB of RAM, an 80 GB Hard Drive, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, a biometric fingerprint reader, and a 7″ 1024×600 touch screen. Amazingly, the laptop still manages to weigh under 2 pounds! Battery life is estimated to be up to 7 hours. The Samsung Q1UP-V starts at $1,339. Click here for the product page of this stylish UMPC!
The Nokia 8208 is a dual-slider phone with a 3.0 megapixel camera, a 2.2 inch QVGA display, Series 40 specs, dedicated music playing keys, FM radio, a digital music player, Bluetooth, USB connectivity, and GPS. The GPS works as hybrid GPS receiver with China’s Unicom and as a stand alone in other nations. Unsurprisingly, the 8208 also features a dictionary for use on Unicom. Read more here!
Nikon’s D700 is a new, high-powered DSLR geared towards the prosumer market (especially with its $2,999 pricetag). Serious photographers will drool over this camera: it comes with a 12.1 megapixel FX-format CMOS sensor with Nikon’s EXPEED image processing technology, ISO sensitivity of up to 6400, continuous 5fps shooting, a 3 inch VGA colour monitor with 170 degree viewing capabilities, a tough magnesium body, two living shooting modes, Dynamic Integrated Dust Reduction System, Nikon’s Scene Recognition System, and built-in flash. To see the D700’s product page, click here!
This is possibly one of the most adorable portable flash drives that I have ever laid my eyes upon! Available in 1 GB or 2 GB capacities, it retails from the UK tech store Boys Stuff for $40 or $50 respectively.