деньги в займ на карту

Concept phone charges in your pocket

Posted in Concepts by Conner Flynn on October 7th, 2010

This concept Nokia phone charges in your pocket by inducting heat from your body. It comes from English designer Patrick Hyland, who sees the phone being made from copper and capable of drawing heat from your body, then converting it to energy.

It does this using a thermogenerator that’s been placed in the copper E-Cu phone (“E” for environment, and “Cu” for copper). Sadly, what with the demand and high prices of copper, this phone will never see the light of day.

Navison Audio’s Reference 228 looks good, sounds good

Posted in CD Player by Conner Flynn on August 24th, 2008

Navison Audio’s Reference 228 looks good, sounds goodFor audiophiles that want the very best, Navison has merged digital technology with vacuum tube design with the Reference 228 Tube Compact Disc Player. It has a refreshing retro look that makes you stop and stare, complete with signature Barian Kingwood, gold plating and textured black finish.

The Reference 228 is designed to capture the whole of your music, so you can hear every little detail, not just the gist of what the artist is going for. Some other features are Jensen & Auricap capacitors, Mundorf filter capacitors, Tantalum & Riken resistors and Cardas Gold rhodium RCA input jacks. Even the remote is luxurious in copper and wood.

Steampunk usb memory is flashy

Posted in USB Flash Drives by Conner Flynn on May 23rd, 2008

Steampunk usb memory is flashy
If Flash Gordon had a laptop, this would be his preferred USB memory. It’s the creation of a crazy modder over in Russia and it’s full of retro steampunk shininess, hand crafted from polished brass and copper, with a lot of attention to detail. He got all of it just right.

Which makes me wonder why no company has yet taken advantage of the whole steampunk thing and started mass producing usb memory like this. They could move a ton of items. Geeks like me would eat it up. I shouldn’t have to rely on a modder from Russia for my usb needs, that’s all I’m saying.