An affordable dumb terminal for Android devices. The Superbook weighs 2lb and has an 11.6″ 1366 x 768 screen, a multitouch trackpad, a keyboard with Android keys, a USB Type-C port, and a battery that lasts up to 8h that also charges your device.
The idime is a tiny and coin-shaped external flash storage device for iPhones. It comes with a USB adapter and a Lightning adapter to make it easier to transfer files to and from PCs or other iOS devices. It also has an optional magnetic iPhone case connector.
A prototype smartphone developed by Queen’s University’s Human Media Lab with a bendable OLED screen that not only looks cool, but uses the screen’s flexibility and haptic feedback to create new ways of interacting with content – like flipping through the pages of digital books.
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