Friday, May 29, 2009
I've got to give this Q-Sound headphone concept from Shepeleff Stephen top marks for its design. Not only does it look great, it is also innovative in its use of solar technology.
After all, it makes sense to power Bluetooth headphones with a small solar panel stretched across the headband—an area that could be easily exposed to the sun. Outside of that, the Q-Sound would also be able to handle calls or plug into a 3.5mm jack should the need arise. All-in-all the Q-Sound is a great idea—a concept I can definitely see transitioning into a real-world product.
If you ask me I like handhelds quiet a lot.In this note mid netbook really got me interested.I think it might drawn some eyes of those who r not a great fan of netbooks.
Right off the bat it is plain to see that this thing just looks good. It's designed more like a slider phone—which opens up portable possibilities beyond that of a simple netbook.
1.QWERTY keyboard with trackball
2. wide LCD touchscreen
3. 7 "action buttons" that can be used when the device is closed
4. two USB slots
5. microphone and audio input
6. SD card reader
7. stereo speakers
8. docking connector.