|Posted by MyEvo on January 18, 2010 at 8:27 AM||comments (3)|
Model : Watch-Phone-G2
|Posted by MyEvo on December 12, 2009 at 1:55 AM||comments (1)|
LG GD 910 Watch Phone - Wear the future on your wrist
|Posted by MyEvo on November 8, 2009 at 9:13 AM||comments (0)|
People have come up with so many great Apple watch concepts that it was hard to pick just one. Most of them use the predictable iWatch moniker, and typically multimedia functionality is integrated into each timepiece.
Pictured here are three concepts. At the top is the beautifully styled HiPod, which features wireless headphones and a clean watch face that flips up to reveal an iPod. At bottom left is an iWatch that works as a conventional watch and features a bright, full-color display.
Finally, at bottom right is an idea that's a little different: an iPod Mini that simply wraps around your wrist.
|Posted by MyEvo on October 27, 2009 at 3:13 AM||comments (0)|
We are yet to live in Dick Tracy world with his awesome 2-Way Wrist Radio but we are getting there alright. That’s if we take wristwatch extensions such as the upcoming Allerta inPulse smartwatch for BlackBerry as an indication.
The inPulse however is still not a BlackBerry on your wrist. It is more like a companion accessory, whereby it able to display new messages and phone calls on its 1.3” colour OLED screen in addition to normal watch functions. It even got a built-in vibrating motor, so that you’ll be always aware of incoming messages or calls on your BlackBerry.
The inPulse battery life is quite respectful, expected to last for 4 days between charges. Battery charging is done via built-in Mini-USB port, another smart move as it is the same type of port that BlackBerry used. So, you don’t need yet another extra cable to clutter your desk.
By the way, the watch is still in prototype stage, so the image above does not represent the final product. The actual product is expected to be out in February 2010 and will only be available in North America for time being together with a price tag of RM 507 (USD 150). Ouch.
[source: CrackBerry via Gizmodo, image taken from inPulse Official Blog]
|Posted by MyEvo on October 26, 2009 at 10:11 AM||comments (0)|
This product is a multi-function solar emergency charger. Build in 1350mAh high capacity rechargeable polymer battery. You can charge your mobile phone, digital camera, PDA, MP3, MP4 whenever and wherever. Style design are small and handy. It is convenient to take it with you.
How it works
1. Charge your solar energy emergency charger before use, there are 3 method.
a. Put the charger under the sun, the solar energy will convert to electrical energy and charge the build in rechargeable battery.
b. Charge it with an AC adaptor.
2. Connect your connector adapter to the extended cable and then connect to the charger.
3. Connect your phone or other digital products to the connector.
4. Your phone or other digital products indicated that it is charging now you can use your mobile phone while charging.
1. Meet an emergency
When you are out without any power source, you also can use your
mobile phone with solar energy.
Whenever and wherever also you can charge your mobile phone or
other digital products on time.
3. High efficiency
Charging 60 minutes, the charger could transfer energy from build
in battery to your mobile phone battery and fully charge is between
4. Safe use
Over voltage protection for the circuit and your mobile phone.
Smart charge, safe use.