Showing posts with label ipod nano. Show all posts
Showing posts with label ipod nano. Show all posts

Monday, 9 January 2012

A pill to boost the sound of the iPod Nano

Singapore manufacturer Gavio presented one of his last creations: a dock for iPod Nano, capsule-shaped giant. Its name: The Pill, simply. The player is placed in the middle of the pill. The touch screen is accessible even if the docking station already has the buttons to control music. The speakers are located at the ends. The Pill is more portable since its size is only 14.7 x 4.8 cm. According to the designer, The Pill is able to amplify the sound of the iPod.

Friday, 1 April 2011

A dock plate retro iPhone

The concept of dock designed by Olivier Meynard  iPhone is undeniably the most interesting in recent months. The style, look, the idea and functionality, this seems to meet all its retro-modern platinum.

Monday, 21 February 2011

Pairs of wrist watches for iPod Nano

The concepts of bracelets designed to transform the iPod Nano in a watch design are not new. Currently, nearly two dozen bracelets are available on the market.

Chrys Coball Dom and his wife plan to increase supply and promising enough to launch a range of watch straps for the player. This range is becoming known Deckster. According to the Canadian couple, their products greatly renewed design. For them, marries Deckster appearance, functionality and reliability. We will be entitled to three types of bracelets: bracelets are dressed First Class, available in black and red. The shell of the player displays a silver color. Funky bracelets Class have a pattern foot-hole, with a shell inturquoise or yellow. Finally, the Night Class bracelets are 100% black or purple. The straps are all leather and aluminum hulls.

Chrys and Dom Coball are currently fund raising on the site CKIE to fund their project. Their interest in watches, fashion and music led them to conceive Deckster.

Sunday, 6 February 2011

The noise-canceling headphones

Asus has announced the availability of the old continent NC1 earmuffs that would be able to block 87% of outside noise according to the firm that uses a system powered by one AAA battery and which has a range of 100 hz.