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Ceramic Speaker System | By Joey Roth

Industrial designer Joey Roth has recently updated his celebrated Ceramic Speaker System. When the first version was released back in 2010, Roth’s speakers received all kinds of acclaim, but apparently, he just wasn’t satisfied. Version 3 of the system now features a Subwoofer option, also made of porcelain, it is a perfect complement to the pair of speakers beside it. The system has a new volume control, and offers a crisper, more consistent sound. And yes, it still looks as stunning as the first version. watch the video



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IOMEGA MAC COMPANION HARD DRIVE | Image

IOMEGA MAC COMPANION HARD DRIVE

Iomega announced a new model of external hard drive aimed at Mac users, called Mac Companion, it has a hard drive capable of 7.200rpm, it is available with 2TB and 3TB. The cool feature is the ability to charge your iOS devices (iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad) while you use the accessory. The Mac Companion design follows the Apple standards, it has an aluminum enclosure that fits perfectly into the base of the iMac. It has four LEDs to indicate how much space you are u...
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THE ARCHITECT STYLUS | TOUCHSCREEN PEN | Image

THE ARCHITECT STYLUS | TOUCHSCREEN PEN

The Architect Stylus features clean lines and simple geometry, it is ideal for note-taking, presentations, browsing the web or playing games. The smooth silicon rubber tip allows you to write with minimal effort. No screeching on your device surface makes usage a quiet affair. The dual purpose lid protects the silicon tip and can also be attached to a cord so that the user can wear it around the neck or hang it on a bag. Watch the video...
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OBI WORLDPHONE

Obi Worldphone is a new project by former Apple CEO John Sculley and former Apple Industrial Design lead Robert Brunne. The new startup is hoping to shake up the affordable Android market with two beautiful devices, the SF1 ($199) and the SJ1.5 ($129), both combine stylish designs and decent specifications. The SF1 boasts a 5-inch display(1920x1080), a 64-bit Qualcomm Snapdragon 615 processor, 2GB of RAM, 16GB of expandable storage, a high-end Sony 13MP camera, Dolb...
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