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EOS Mixtape Watch

Posted in Watches by Conner Flynn on June 21st, 2010

Remember the days of cassette tapes? Trying to get all of the music you can on 60 and 90 minute tapes? Relive those glory days with this neat retro watch. It features a gold plated stainless steel case with “EOS NEW YORK” laser etched onto the base.

There’s also a cute laser etched robot and “60 MIN.” The dial features two movable discs which mimics the movement of a real cassette tape. The hands are on the right dial for the time, with orange markers.

Palm Eos headed to AT&T

Posted in Palm by Conner Flynn on April 30th, 2009

Palm Eos headed to AT&TThe much hyped Palm Pre isn’t even here yet, and here we have another leak of a new Palm device called the Eos. This one looks pretty awesome in it’s own right. It’s a quadband GSM/HSDPA smartphone that is super thin at just 10.6mm, and weighs just 100 grams.

Some features include: 2.63″ capacitive display at 320 x 400 resolution, 2-megapixel camera with video recording capability, Bluetooth 2.1 with A2DP and USB 2.0 connectivity, A-GPS support, Audio and video file format support, and 4GB internal memory.

Kyocera EOS phone is sexy, with a flexible OLED screen

Posted in Concepts by Conner Flynn on April 16th, 2009

Kyocera EOS phone is sexy, with a flexible OLED screenKyocera is gazing into the future of cell phones with this EOS phone. We like what we see. A whole lot. Even if this is but a dream. The flexible OLED display lets you fold it up like a wallet, which is pretty convenient. The shape-memory buttons will pop out from their flush position when you need them, like magic.

The most interesting aspect is its kinetic energy power. It works like a self-winding watch, so you always have juice, or so it would appear. The Kyocera EOS was created by industrial designer Susan McKinney, who likes to take long walks in the future, then show us what she saw.

Eos Converge wirelessly streams media around

Posted in Media Streamers by Nino Marchetti on January 12th, 2009

Eos Converge

One of the countless new wireless audio systems to emerge from CES this year is the streaming happy Eos Converge. This multi-unit system begins pricing around $90 per component and will be available come March.

The Eos Converge is designed to stream audio, via one of its wireless transmitters, from a connected audio source to other points in the surrounding area. It has a wireless range of around 150 feet and is said not to interfere with other wireless networks created by the likes of Wi-Fi or Bluetooth.