Onyx, a relatively new company with its head office based here in the UK has launched a series of three new dual-sim mobiles – Flip, Slider and Nero. Having featured another dual-sim phone – the LG KS660 here on GadgetLite before, we know how popular these can be. Let’s face it, alot of us do use a different phone number for work purposes but it doesn’t mean we have to use a different mobile for every sim card we need.
This latest trio of dual-sim mobiles from Onyx not only aims to offer you the convenience of having two sims in one phone but they’ve also kept their designs as stylish and elegant as possible, without having anyone realise you’ve actually got something quite unique! Continue reading »
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Tired of losing Post-it notes? Couldn’t find a marker to write on the white board in the kitchen or at the desk? Well, Jenda may have the right thing for you, its called the Lifetime voice calendar. Its basically a mobile recorder in the shape of a calendar, it sounds simple to use even kids and seniors should have no problem with it.
Just push the right buttons for the exact date and make a recording of the list of things you need to do, then at that very day just push the blinking “Today” button and the list of messages will be replayed, so no more problems with eligible hand writings, missing Post-its thus forgotten appointments, birthdays, anniversaries etc
Sony have launched two new additions to their bluetooth headphone range this week. Both the DR-BT100CX (in-ear style) and DR-BT101 (overhead style) feature Sony’s noise cancelling technology which we were able to recently test out in their superbly comfortable MDR-XB700.
But unlike the MDR-XB700, bluetooth headphones as you can imagine are wire-free, much more convenient to use and to put away when not needed. Additionally, both the DR-BT100CX and DR-BT101 will offer up to 12 hours of wireless play time before another recharge via USB.
Full press release to follow after the jump…
For some who didn’t believe Powermat could really charge our gadgets wirelessly, here’s a video of it in action. I too was a tiny bit skeptical about all this, I never thought this was possible, but they have now done it at a CES demonstration for Engadget.
Powermat gadget chargers consists of a no conductive charging mat and a series of adapters which you can either plug into your gadget, or you can add a case to your gadget, which charges it via the charging mat without any wires.