The problem with most laptops these days is that they become obsolete in 1-2 years, that is unless...you're talking about Bento Book. This innovative design is completely modular, and consists of a 15.4" OLED display, tablet, smartphone, a solar-powered lithium ion battery, along with removable SSD storage. Want to use it as a desktop? Simply remove the tablet, prop it up, load up the proper interface, connect via Bluetooth to the main unit, and you're set to go. Continue reading for more pictures.
Smartlife's Smart Watch may look like its famous competitor, but this device can actually make calls, all for $42.99 (including microSD), today only, originally $99.99. Featuring a 1.54-inch capactive touchscreen, 2.0-megapixel camera, Bluetooth connectivity, and more. Product page. Continue reading for another video review and more information.
Another day, another drone, but AirSelfie aims to tackle the pocket-sized category. In addition to doubling as a smartphone case, it boasts four propellers and a 5.0-megapixel camera designed specifically for self shots. Don't let its size fool you, this device can fly up to 66-feet above ground, making it perfect for aerial photos and video. Continue reading for another video, more pictures and information.
Think of the "Floating Phone" as a smartphone with a touchscreen that provides actual buttons when needed. For example, some games are better off played with a gamepad, and that's where this technology comes in handy, as the screen simply transforms into one. Other practical uses include: maps, braille, texting, and lots more. Click here to view the first image in things that look like other things gallery. Continue reading for a viral video showing why you should never flush sodium metal down a toilet.
If plus-sized smartphones just aren't big enough, you should check out the Professional Computer Phone. "The OS of choice for TPM VIPNI is Microsoft Windows 8 Pro (not Windows RT for ARM), which Dual boots along with the secondary mobile operating system Windows Phone 8. This is possible with the power of 'ARM' because this whole system is powered by Quad Core ARM Processor," according to its creator. Continue reading for more pictures.
The Moto G Play (4th Gen) 16GB unlocked smartphone lets you forget the contracts, and it's being offered for only $129.99 shipped, today only. A powerful Qualcomm Snapdragon 410 processor with a Quad-core CPU and 2GB of memory lets you switch back and forth between apps easily. Immerse yourself in games and videos - advanced graphics make everything look great. Shoot crystal-clear photos with an 8MP camera in back - it features a fast f/2.2 aperture and a camera sensor that uses larger-than-average pixels. Plus, take stunning selfies with a 5MP camera in front. Moto G Play even captures video at 30 fps in 1080p. Product page. Continue reading for a full video review and more information.
The Spontaneous Pop-Up Display (SPUD) looks like a large hardback book when deflated, weighing in at under two pounds, but open it up? It turns into a 24-inch display, while a projector sits in the back of the unit, along with HDMI and USB ports. Its internal batteries last for three hours on full brightness, and SPUD is also compatibile with a range of streaming services like Chromecast and Roku. Expect to pay $374 (or more) when it's released. Click here to view the first image in this week's funny demotivational posters gallery. Continue reading for a viral video showing what Chicago sounded like after the Cubs won the World Series.
Xiaomi may not be the first smartphone manufacturer to unveil a flexible display, but this one is actually running Android OS, and Supercell's Clash Royale game to boot. Now the main question is just how durable are these displays, and can they actually withstand daily use without damaging the film. Also, the internal components would have to be just as flexible. Continue reading for another picture and more information.
With all the Galaxy Note 7 controversy, many have forgotten that Samsung was on of the first companies to show off a flexible smartphone prototype. The Waview aims to take that technology to the next level, as its flexible display can be folded up like a lamp to view the news, or used like a tablet. Continue reading for more pictures.
VOIM is a smartphone concept for the vision impaired that includes functions to make communication a breeze. Features include route navigation, word recognition and object identification, which are displayed as braille on a silicon screen or transmitted as audio cues using the integrated detachable Bluetooth headset. Continue reading for more pictures.