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Here's an Incredibly Slick and Surprisingly Affordable Way To  Convert Paper Drawings Into Digital Files

One day, the idea of making marks on sheets of flattened tree guts to share ideas with others will be laughable. But for now, the experience of writing or drawing on a piece of paper still feels more natural than it does on a glass or plastic tablet. Moleskine’s new Adobe Creative Cloud connected Paper Tablet strives…Read more...
Tags: Art, Gadgets, Science, Adobe, Writing, Tech, Moleskine, Illustrator, Wacom, Consumer Tech, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Creative Cloud Connected Paper Tablet

Braun inspired hub/SSD that channels your designer self

Braun is the name behind some of the most iconic designs created over the last century, and because of this, the famous products are still being used as a source of inspiration to this day. This is certainly the case for this neat concept, which takes cues from Braun’s instantly recognizable design language, and incorporates them into a product of today… the infamous dongle.The Braun MP01 concept addresses the issue of the diminishing number of connection ports that are found on new laptops; the...
Tags: Gadgets, Design, Ssd, Product Design, Braun, Hub, Dongle, Ja Heon Lee

Moleskine’s paper notebook lets you draw in vectors right inside Adobe Illustrator!

Teaming up together to achieve the near impossible, Adobe and Moleskine have debuted the Paper Tablet, a book and pen combo that translates sketches on paper to digital sketches on Adobe’s software… but that’s not all. The sketches you make on Moleskine’s Paper Tablet don’t just appear as scanned images on your computer. They get vectorized within Adobe Illustrator, giving you an infinite set of possibilities to take your doodles and actually begin working on them in vector software.The magic ...
Tags: Gadgets, Design, Adobe, Paper, Moleskine, Notebook, Tablet, Stationery, Creative Cloud, Illustrator, Product Design, Sketching, Wacom, Vector, PEN ELLIPSE, Moleskine Pen Ellipse

A Truly Pocket-Sized Projector!

Being able to share memories with friends whilst on-the-go or immerse yourself in films on the big-screen whilst in the comfort of your own home is possible with the use of a projector. The Swivel Projector concept takes this to the next level with the use of small dimensions and a nifty operation method.Swivel is truly pocket-sized. The tightly packed unit fits comfortably within the palm of the hand, meaning it can be carried around almost unnoticeable. When the projector is not in use you wou...
Tags: Gadgets, Design, Projector, Product Design, Seokmoon-Woo, Swivel Projector

Turn your wired Bose headphones into a truly wireless headset!

There’s a higher likelihood of your headphone having a 3.5mm jack than your phone having a 3.5mm input… but don’t ditch your headphones for wireless ones yet! It’s exactly what these large corporations want! To have you adopt standards that help them further their vision. Your wired set of headphones are more than capable of being your primary headphones, the only hurdle is turning them wireless. The AirMod by Bolle & Raven helps that happen. Designed here for the Bose QuietComfort QC25 headphon...
Tags: Deals, Gadgets, Music, Design, Bluetooth, Audio, Wireless, Bose, Product Design, Portable Audio, QuietComfort, AirMod, Bolle Raven, QC25, Bolle RavenClick

The Manta Mouse is a mouse and mousepad all-in-one!

The Manta Mouse takes inspiration from the Manta Ray, with its wide, stingray-inspired design. At the very center is a bulbous volume forms the bulk of the mouse, the part your palm rests on, while the rest of the mouse skirts around the side. This side-skirt essentially works as a cushion for the base of your palm, promising to give your hand a comfortable place to rest as you operate the mouse. The mouse’s finish looks like blackened cork too, so you’ve essentially got yourself a mouse that is...
Tags: Gadgets, Design, Mouse, Desktops, Laptops, Product Design, Computer Mouse, Manta Ray, Render Weekly, Alberto Aguado Baudil, Manta Mouse

Let’s forget about folding displays for a bit and admire Insta360’s folding camera!

The idea behind the Evo’s design is a simple, but unique one. 3D cameras and 360° cameras have one thing in common… the presence of at least two lenses. Where those lenses face in relation with each other, and the type of lens determines the kind of media you capture. Lenses that sit side by side (with a rough distance of 2.5 inches between them) can capture two different channels corresponding to the left and right eye, creating a sense of depth, and therefore a 3-dimensional video or image. ...
Tags: Deals, Gadgets, Design, Camera, Cameras, 3D, Product Design, 360, Evo, Folding, Insta360, AR / VR

Samsung’s Galaxy Smartwatch has competition… from Samsung!

Now I’m usually the kind of guy to be excited by new tech, but this conceptual design literally has me scratching my head. Why, Samsung? Why have another device when you’ve already got so many! There’s the Galaxy S series, the Galaxy Note series, the Galaxy Smartwatch series, the newly launched Galaxy Fold, and now this. What would you even call this tech-filled friendship bracelet?! The Galaxy Bend? Sounds too much like the Galaxy Fold. The Galaxy Band? That sounds like people would confuse it ...
Tags: Gadgets, Design, Samsung, Cellphones, Lenovo, Product Design, Flexible, Foldable phone, LetsGoDigital

The Windows OS is perfect for gadgets with folding displays

Think about it. We’ve been using Windows with large screens almost all our life. It still remains the most popular desktop/laptop OS, used by people of all ages, and even though Google’s ChromeOS and Apple’s MacOS are strong contenders, there’s a certain framework that Windows uses that’s universal. A start button and taskbar at the bottom, files and folders appearing as windows that can be minimized and maximized, and a screen that’s conducive to power-usage and multitasking. Windows is the per...
Tags: Apple, Google, Gadgets, Design, Microsoft, Cellphones, Laptops, Product Design, Andromeda, Folding Phone, Ryan Smalley, Surface Note

Microsoft’s flattest, most flexible, functional mouse yet

Curved when you want, flat when you need, the Arc Surface mouse by Microsoft follows a format it set a long time ago. The mouse comes as a flat, remote-ish shape and can bend/curve/arc into an ergonomic mouse when needed. When you’re done, the mouse unfolds and becomes flat again.The Arc Surface mouse, however, has a key difference that makes it rather useful and advanced. It ditches the clicking keys and scroll wheel for a touch surface, much like Apple’s Magic Mouse. The surface lets you perfo...
Tags: Apple, Deals, Gadgets, Design, Microsoft, Mouse, Desktops, Laptops, Product Design, Arc

A Mouse That Keeps You on Track with Quick-view Screen

Much like our workspace, how we organize our computer and go about our daily tasks can say a lot about our personalities; if you see your self as a bit of a minimalist, it wouldn’t be surprising to see you have a clean and organized display. So, how can our hardware impact how we use the software?BizyMouse has been designed with efficiency firmly in mind. Rather than switching between programmes to view our busy To-Do lists, the daily tasks are instead listed on the mouse itself! The small touch...
Tags: Gadgets, Design, Mouse, Product Design, Wi Fi, eInk, Clover Pham, Neo Nguyen

A first look at Google’s Project Stream Gaming Controller!

Google’s Project Stream makes a promise that’s borderline remarkable. Imagine if you could play a game without a graphics card. Everything renders off-site, on a massive GPU, and streams to your screen. You’re literally using a CLOUD-BASED Graphical Processor Unit! Everything happens in realtime, and to you, it essentially means you’re playing a game as advanced and intensive as Assassin’s Creed, but you’re playing it in Google Chrome. Run your controls on your computer, they get sent to the clo...
Tags: Chrome, Google, Gadgets, Gaming, Games, Design, Controller, Gpu, Product Design, Creed Odyssey, Project Stream, Sarang Sheth, YD First Look

The OBSBOT camera is so advanced it doesn’t even need a cameraman…

A camera is only as good as the human wielding it. A professional with an iPhone can shoot better images than an amateur with a DSLR. The OBSBOT Tail doesn’t want to empower the person wielding the camera. It wants to remove them.You wouldn’t think AI would so quickly replace someone as critical as a cameraman or a director, but OBSBOT has started that process. The OBSBOT Tail is a fully maneuverable camera capable of capturing photos and videos by using a 3-axis gimbal to track objects and su...
Tags: Deals, Gadgets, Design, Camera, Ai, Popular, Product Design, Random, Lu, HOYA, Shar, Sony CMOS, Obsbot, Obsbot Tail, Lu Gan, Rapid Mode and Group Mode Based

The PowerWatch 2 runs entirely on its wearer’s body heat and solar energy

A future where you never have to charge your devices is closer than you’d think. Matrix’s PowerWatch 2 doesn’t come with a charging dock like most traditional smartwatches… that’s only because you, the wearer, are the charging dock! PowerWatch 2 relies on Matrix’s state-of-the-art thermoelectricity harvesting technology that captures body heat (a form of wasted energy) and uses that very heat to power the watch. Since every human’s body produces different amounts of heat based on genetic makeu...
Tags: Google, Deals, Gadgets, Design, Wearable, Fitness Tracker, Smartwatch, Body Heat, Watches, Solar Power, Product Design, Matrix, Thermal Energy, PowerWatch, Akram Boukai

This hemispherical mouse adds a different aesthetic to your work-desk

Look at the Hemisphere and tell me it isn’t adorably eye-catching. The mouse’s name pretty much tells you all you need to know. Its design is a perfect hemisphere, unlike most organically-designed computer mice, and features the standard two click buttons and a scroller, but laid out in the mouse’s half-sphere design.The mouse has, for too long, been bound to ergonomics-influenced design. I am, by no means, bashing ergonomics, but different mice appeal to different people. There’s no one-glove-f...
Tags: Gadgets, Design, Mouse, Desktops, Laptops, Product Design, Deokhee Jeong, Render Weekly, Hemisphere

Finally, LEGO Announces Its Own Foldable Device , An Antidote To Folding Phone Mania

In a surprising piece of news, Lego has not missed out on an opportunity to embrace a massive mobile tech trend this year — folding smartphones. What, exactly, has the brick company come up with to take on the might of the Samsung Galaxy Fold and Huawei Mate X? It’s the LEGO Fold, and like folding smartphones, the design has been heavily — and we mean heavily — influenced by a traditional book. Source
Tags: Gadgets, Design, Technology, Phone, Lego, Trend, Foldable, Samsung Galaxy Fold

MOFT gives your laptop a sleek, instantly adjustable stand

I don’t think companies understand how valuable a laptop would be if they built a stand right into it. Until then, designs like MOFT will always be there to save the day.The laptop’s biggest pro has always been convenience, while its biggest con usually goes overlooked. Designed, as the name suggests, to be placed on the lap, the laptop is considered to be nothing short of an ergonomic nightmare, with a screen that makes you bend your neck till it aches, and a keyboard that causes wrist and fi...
Tags: Deals, Gadgets, Design, Product Design, Dieter Rams, MOFT

A Thought-Provoking Dongle!

At first sight, this quirky trio may just look like a playful desk accessory, however, both its functional purpose and metaphorical inspiration have been concealed behind the literal façade. Like with a cabin on a snowy mountain-pass, where mountaineers gather, stay for a while and then leave, files and photos are also momentarily held within a USB and SD card hub… temporarily holding digital memories.This metaphor has been encapsulated within the minimal, stylistic form of a traditional cabin; ...
Tags: Gadgets, Design, Product Design, Homm. Studio, Memory Hub

Someone finally invented a suitcase with an inbuilt item checklist

Genius Pack has slowly and steadily become a pretty hard-to-forget name in the travel-accessories circuit. Not operating like traditional companies like Delsey, Samsonite, Rimowa and such, Genius Pack’s business model has always been a research-driven design company. One of those classic crowd-built crowd-funded companies you hear about that put heavy focus on what the target audience wants, Genius Pack’s suitcases have quite a lot of features you still don’t see in mainstream luggage companie...
Tags: Deals, Gadgets, Design, Bag, Luggage, Tsa, Popular, Carry On, Alfred, Product Design, Random, Power Pack, Alfred Chehebar, Genius Pack, Delsey Samsonite Rimowa, Alfred ChehebarClick

Ampère gives the humble power sockets a tech makeover

Ampère is an intelligent socket system that has some fantastic UI UX experience attached to it. It comes with features like magnetic locking, power consumption of individual gadgets directly fed into the accompanying app, as well as the control of each socket on your fingertips. While the design challenge has been easily solved with intuitive UI UX and sleek design, the technology implementation would be worth understanding, should this concept come to life.Designers: Dimitris Despotidis & Holy ...
Tags: Gadgets, Design, Technology, Product Design, Dimitris Despotidis, Electric Socket, Holy Studio

The GameBoy lost some weight and got curvy (displays)

In the interest of nostalgia and Nintendo’s obsession with it, here’s the Nintendo Flex, a fan-made GameBoy update that gives the age old classic handheld gaming device a time-appropriate revamp. The Nintendo Flex is to the Gameboy what Daniel Craig is to Sean Connery. Same James Bond, but modern. (Sames Bond?)The Flex comes with a few very welcome updates. Bigger screen on a device that’s the same handy size (albeit thinner). The screen’s also mildly curved, giving you a slightly panoramic expe...
Tags: Gadgets, Games, Design, Nintendo, Daniel Craig, Product Design, Brownie, Gameboy, FLEX, YJ Yoon, Nintendo Flex, Sean Connery Same James Bond, Sames Bond

Twelve South made this discreet looking picture frame that also charges your phone

Turning a pleasant, memorable piece of home-decor into a useful product seems to be this year’s general consensus. Twelve South’s PowerPic is, outwardly, a photo frame, but it also happens to hide a wireless charger within it. The PowerPic sits on side tables, mantelpieces, workdesks, or coffee tables, and can hold any 5×7 photo of your choice within it. When not in use, the PowerPic is just another photo frame with a picture of your dog, parents, kids, siblings, or favorite artpiece. However,...
Tags: Deals, Home, Gadgets, Design, New Zealand, Popular, Product Design, Twelve South, Wireless Charger, PowerPic, Photo Frame, Picture Frame

This robotics museum in Korea will construct itself (in theory)

The planned Robot Science Museum in Seoul will have a humdinger of a first exhibition: its own robotic construction. It’s very much a publicity stunt, though a fun one — but who knows? Perhaps robots putting buildings together won’t be so uncommon in the next few years, in which case Korea will just be an early adopter. The idea for robotic construction comes from Melike Altinisik Architects, the Turkish firm that won a competition to design the museum. Their proposal took the form of an egg-lik...
Tags: Gadgets, Design, Hardware, Tech, Artificial Intelligence, Architecture, Robots, Korea, Robotics, Seoul, MAA, Robot Science Museum, Melike Altinisik Architects

The Delux Designer Keyboard brings every shortcut you dreamed of to your fingertips

A heaven-sent for every creative, the Delux Designer was designed for your spare hand. You know, the one that isn’t wielding the Wacom stylus. With 28 absolutely essential keys (including 12 specially programmable hotkeys) and a dial, the Delux Designer is the only keyboard you’ll ever need to work your creative software.The Delux Designer occupies a third of the space a regular keyboard takes. In fact, it strips down the regular keyboard to its bare essentials, putting all your important shor...
Tags: Gadgets, Design, Designer, Keyboard, Product Design, Wacom, Jie Chen, Delux, Delux Designer

Every dongle you’d possibly need, around your keychain

In a world full of technology that is fragmented between USB, Micro-USB, Type-C, and Lightning connectors, something as small and unsuspecting as the High Five cable helps in uniting all technology. It’s amazing that something as small as this, barely 7 centimeters in length, packs every single port combination you’d need for your smartphones, tablets, power banks, and laptops. Packed with a USB, Type-C and a one-of-a-kind Micro-USB/Lightning hybrid port. This arrangement practically works for...
Tags: Deals, Gadgets, Design, Cable, Macbook, Cellphones, Charging, Laptops, High-Five, Product Design, Emami, Dongle, Emami Design, Arman Emami, Vonmählen

The Doogee S90 is basically a smartphone designed for Batman

What normal person would want a smartphone that is designed to A. be practically unbreakable and shatter-proof, B. be waterproof enough to be submerged for 2 weeks, C. work at ridiculous temperatures of -80°C (-112°F) D. dock a night-vision camera module, E. dock a walkie-talkie module with a 10km range, F. dock an external 5000mAh battery module, G. dock a gamepad module (for casual gaming when you’re not using the night-vision camera to snipe out Joker’s henchmen), and finally H. have a dual...
Tags: Deals, Gadgets, Design, China, India, Cellphones, Outdoor, Sony, Batman, Product Design, S90, Doogee

How Wacom's New Affordable Cintiq Beats the iPad

With the iPad Pro and its tight integration with the Pencil stylus, Apple’s tablet finally became a legitimate content creation tool for artists—and legitimate competition for Wacom, whose tablets have been a staple among designers and pixel pushers for decades. Wacom’s hardware, particularly its touchscreen Cintiq…Read more...
Tags: Reviews, Apple, Art, Gadgets, Science, Design, Tech, Tablets, Wacom, Consumer Tech, Cintiq 16

This playfully unique wireless charger isn’t a pad or a dock

Designed with a toyish charm that totally makes charging much more entertaining as an activity, Mr. Charger isn’t shaped like your usual pad or phone-dock. In fact, it looks like a simple-minded lad sitting on the pier with his legs dangling above the water. Place your phone upside down and Mr. Charger on top, and he simply whiles away his time, while your phone gets charged. You’ll almost not want to lift him up to use your phone, lest Mr. Charger get disturbed.However, if you DO want to go ahe...
Tags: Gadgets, Design, Office, Smartphone, Cellphones, Charger, Product Design, Wireless Charger, Dawn by SJ, Ki-Beom Hwang, Mr Charger

Atech’s iPad Pro case sports a Pencil-holder for docking and charging

I’d say the new iPad Pro comes with some major UX improvements. Take the Apple Pencil redesign, for example. The previous pencil was nothing short of a design disaster. It had to be plugged into the iPad to charge, and had no place to put it when not in use, spawning a series of separate holsters/pouches/covers for the Apple Pencil. The new iPad Pro, however, fixes that nagging problem. The Pencil 2.0 magnetically snaps to the side of the iPad when not in use, and charges wirelessly as it rests ...
Tags: Apple, Deals, Gadgets, Design, Case, Ipad Pro, Apple Pencil, Pencil, Product Design, ATECH, Rin Preda

Lenovo’s smart speaker also doubles as your bedside alarm clock

Imagine your Google Home Mini grew a screen, and displayed the time. That’s what the Lenovo Smart Clock is, and it’s positioned as the perfect smart speaker for your bedside. With a 4-inch IPS touchscreen display alongside the smart speaker, the Smart Clock accepts voice commands, and replies back to you not just with voice, but occasionally with visual data too. Designed to be the smart speaker that wakes you up and gets you ready for the day, the Lenovo Smart Clock is like a dedicated Google-b...
Tags: Google, Gadgets, Design, Audio, Ces, Lenovo, Product Design, Smart Clock, Google Home Mini, Ces2019

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