Remember the plenty of different types of cases and coverings that have already been launched for iPhone? As expected, the experimentation have now started with iPad too. The first that we could grab is truly sleek by looks and worth a try. Its just that the iPad should be worth a buy and then only we will find this case (and many others which are surely being designed in different parts of the world) to be of any worth. Otherwise, they will look good in images only.
Good news to fans of solar gadgets, LG’s new mobile phone, the GD510 may appear to look like any LG phone running S-Class UI but in fact its secret lies on its back. The GD510 will apparently have an optional solar panel that will replace the battery cover and can be used to charge the phone’s battery. We are yet to find out how exactly this mechanism will be achieved, but it sounds like this won’t be an accessory you will find on unboxing.
The phone comes with a 3-inch WQVGA touchscreen display with a resolution of 240 x 400, a 3-megapixel camera, and a 8GB of storage space to store your captured pictures or videos. The LG GD510 will be available beginning in mid-October in Europe, it will be interesting to know if this solar panel will in the future be compatible with other currently existing LG phones.
Despite the iPhone not being one of the top radiation emitting mobile devices currently available, there’s no stopping some from salvaging the opportunity to create an accessory with that focus in mind. Pong or Pong Research have created an iPhone case which claims to reduce radiation released by the iPhone by up to 60%.
Frankly the case isn’t one of the best looking ones you can get your hands on, but for those who are concerned and abit pedentic about getting brain cancer, this Pong iPhone case will set you back a hefty $60!
For those who lived in the warmer parts of the globe, especially those who can enjoy the sun and the beaches throughout the year or for vacationers on the move during the summer months. The Korean made Dicapac promises to turn your old bland digital camera waterproof almost instantly so that you don’t have to worry about your camera suffering water or sand damages whilst taking photos of loved ones on the beach or at the fun filled water park.
Newest to arrive the App Store is the TomTom GPS application for iPhone 3G and iPhone 3GS. Versions specific for countries can now be found, these include the US and Canada, UK and Ireland, Western Europe, Australia and New Zealand.
Though pricing may be an issue for some with its App Store prices ranging from $79.99 to $139.99, it does mean that iPhone users will now have more choices when it comes to choosing the most suitable turn-by-turn GPS car navigation application. Continue reading »
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For the ladies or guys with long hair, here’s a new trendy accessory from the Japanese which in a way replaces the traditional hair pin.
The set consists of three pieces of nylon measuring 103 x 58 mm each with rows of short tiny hairs similar to velcro, black or pink is available. Whenever one needs to clear the forehead of hair in order to wash the face or to put on make up, merely use these sheets to temporaily hold the hair on top of the head and to either side by static instantly.
When finished just lift it and put them aside til next time, they are washable, lightweight and easy to use in a Japanese kind of way!
While we know how pricey the Sony VAIO P Series may already be, we didn’t get to really try it out and get hands on with it recently. After having done that at the Gadget Show Live recently, we truly agree that if you had the desire and the money to spend on the new Sony portable beast then you should also drop your coin on this, Vaja’s leather made “ivolution suit”.