Gresso didn’t take long to take the iPhone 4 and turn it into a high-priced designer accessory, embellished with fine materials such as African blackwood, 18k gold and Swarovski crystals.
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Hulu Plus might be the dagger of death to US cable TV, streaming shows on the iPad, iPhone, PS3 and other connected devices over Wi-Fi and 3G for just $10/month. Still not ad free, though. Boo.
One of four finalists in a Blackberry case design contest, the B100 unabashedly evokes memories of those awful 1980s brick phones. The non-functional retractable antenna is a nice touch.
Seamlessly blending elegance with timeless style, Sony is offering a collection of limited edition VAIO latops for those of us with distinctive taste. We’re digging the cool textures of the Arabesque laptops.
We’ve seen a million-and-one webcams, but Logitech’s C910 is the first we’ve found that can capture full 1080p high-def video. Video chats are still 720p, but the recordings go to 1920×1080.
Coder Eskil Steenberg used the physics capabilities of the Unreal Engine to render this mesmerizing video, in which a stack of inanimate bricks come to life with incredible choreography.
Fabien Cacheux’s Silver Arrow Concept watch was inspired by the Mercedes-Benz AMG SLS. The case opens and closes like the car’s butterfly doors and has 2 buttons that open and close the car remotely.
HoodieBuddie has created a line of jackets that incorporate earbud drawstrings into the fully washable design, allowing for an iPod or other MP3 player to connect into the pocket of the hoodie.
Iomega’s new Skin series add a bit of attitude to the otherwise boring facade of portable external hard drives. No decals or stickers here; the graphics are baked into the plastic for durability.
This electric guitar/synth works as a controller for your computer’s music apps, and you can play it stand-alone if you don’t want to connect a PC or Mac. You can even use it to control Rock Band.
While it isn’t pretty looking, Aiptek’s portable camera can shoot 720p images in true 3D, thanks to its dual-lens setup. It even has a tiny 3D LCD display so you can see your shots immediately.
This Windows 7 laptop sports a pair of sexy 7-inch touchscreens. Use one as your keyboard, and the other as a screen, if you so desire. The limited-run portable should hit stores this August.
The latest smartphone in Motorola’s Droid series features an 8MP/720p camera, a huge 4.3″ screen, and HDMI output for playing HD video on your TV. Verizon plans on revealing more on 6/23.
Designer Alex Varanese illustrations envision an alternate version of the disco era, with the assumption he could go back in time with 2010 technology and market it to a whole new audience.
While we’re digging the deconstructed vocal and musical stylings of this track, we’re most intrigued by the visuals, composed entirely out of vector illustrations on an old oscilloscope.
Functional headphones with padding wrapped in camo print. Cox & Cox filed it under the kids section, but who says we can’t rock these too? We’re not expecting great sound quality though.
Designed specifically for controlling the Sony PS3’s Blu-ray player and XrossMediaBar interface, Gioteck’s tiny, shiny, black IR remote looks way better than your typical replacement remote.
The latest update to this gaming headset sounds great. Not only do they hit your ears with plenty of volume, they offer virtual 7.1 surround sound – assuming you have a Dolby USB sound card.
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