Okay, lame ass joke up there but this iView concept monitor makes no sense to me. What does it do if it’s curved like that? Shield your next cell mate from stealing glances at your porn? I understand it was inspired from the 50’s cinerama screens but there is a reason why that stayed in the 50’s, isn’t it? And then there is a second screen, sizeably smaller, and it made no sense being there at all except that it’s suppose to be “cool”.
It looks futuristic, like something you had seen in Judge Dread: The Movie ages ago and you go “Oooo and Ahhhh” until you see the price tag. I am sure it won’t be cheap being Apple and all. Apparently the extremely thin (and extremely expensive) iMac Air was a fucking disaster because it’s basically a thin layer of plastic and the headphones port don’t work well AND you can only surf the net using Wi-Fi. Pfft…wtf is that?
But that’s just so typical of Apple. All frills and no deals.
[Via Gizmodo via Yanko]
This is such a cute gift. It’s perfect for your parents’ christmas tree where you’d upload all your pictures into the tiny little ball ornament and let it hang on the tree while it shows family pictures. :)
You can add up to 50 digital photos per Christmas Ornament and then just sit back and watch the ornament show your memories in it’s LCD screen.
The Digital Photo Christmas Ornament is also the perfect gift for your gadget geek friends. Uber cool stuff.
AG Neovo’s X-20AV monitors coated in NeoV Optical Glass. Yes, a long description for a fairly interesting gadget. You can use it to work, watch movies, and roll sushi because it’s SO flexible. it is knife and scratch resistant and boasts to boost image quality quite a fair bit. Definitely something we ought have in our homes. It would save us so much space – imagine your mom cutting vegetables while watching her favorite soap opera on her chopping board :)