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January 2018 Essentials

Again, we have roundup some of our favorite finds and releases this month from around the web and from some of our favorite online stores and brands. Every month we showcase travel essentials for life on the road, new smooth and stylish fashion pieces, new adventure ready gear, new tech stuff and accessories for your everyday carry. Check out some ... read more

Sony A7r Iii

Sony have officially revealed the spectacular A7R III, a compact mirrorless camera that packs full-frame 42.4MP sensor, 15 stops of Dynamic Range and the Sony A9īs Autofocus. The A7R III in fact, inherits much of its new technology from the A9, but at quite a bit cheaper price. The follow-up to the highly acclaimed a7R II, now features a ... read more

Sony Extra Bass Headphones

Sony have released a headphone for bass-hungry travelers. The XB950N1 Wireless Headphones deliver powerful, enhanced bass response, and feature feature noise-canceling technology. The Extra Bass function enhances all your low-end frequencies, and delivers deep, punchy sound. You can even adjust and fine-tune your bass levels via the accompanying ap... read more

Sony Cas-1 Audio System

We are drooling over this gorgeous desktop audio system with headphone amp by Sony. The award winning Sony CAS-1 is a high-resolution audio system with built-in dual amplifiers that accurately recreate original sound spaces for an immersive experience, creating an ideal acoustic field on your desktop. The model was also designed to allow the highes... read more

Sony Xperia Touch

Sony have presented the Xperia Touch, a portable projector thatīll turn any table into a tablet. It looks like a large, external hard drive, but it’s essentially a device projecting an Android tablet interface onto a wall or table. The Xperia Touch uses SXRD projection display technology, combined with a built-in camera and Infrared light to detect... read more

Retro Patents

There is a new trend in turning old technology into decorative art that hangs on your wall. Framed Tech pays homage to the biggest tech icons such as outdated gadgets and vintage consoles by disassembling them and laying all parts out in an ultra-organized fashion, creating modern works of art. Another like-minded company is Retro Patents, which se... read more