This pic’s name speaks for itself: “PSP Vaio Fake by Yon”, not that it’s a bad thing, as even the most unbelievable concepts have a pretty interesting idea. The good old PSP got redesigned and branded Vaio and it now comes with an incorporated webcam, a Flash LED, a bigger
Month: May 2008
Seems that there’s been an iPhone 3G design contest going on and we weren’t aware of that. We’ve got 3 great pics showing you what the iPhone 2.0 should look like. They were posted on Flickr by the user youngSPACE: There’s also a specs list mentioned, that includes a sturdy
The Plantronics Versa concept design belongs to One & Co and basically it’s the future of wireless headsets. This concept wireless headset uses Bluetooth technology to connect to the mobile phone and comes in all shapes and sizes in order to suit the tastes of men, women or youths. Plantronics
The folks from the Esato board have all gathered the info we have on the Shiho phone, or the Sony Ericsson K860i and they’ve come to the conclusion that it’ll be a neat camera phone with a 2.4 inch QVGA screen and a 7.2 or 8 megapixel camera. Of course,
We’ve just found out that there’s going to be another OLPC generation, the XO-2, getting launched in 2010, at a $75 price tag. But that’s no reason to stop us from imagining an even smaller, lighter and more portable device, with a tendency of becoming a smartphone, rather than a
Not much info on this one, since I’ve just found it on Flickr and it’s a fresh upload, but what I see here is a neat new type of clamshell. I can imagine this as a future Motorola, but the device is rather thick, compared to their thin RAZR phones.
You know what this concept watch (hopefully phone too) reminds me of? The modu phone, that can use tons of jackets to be turned into upgraded devices. The “Lobster” device below can also have modules attached to it, offering it all the extra features that the basic package doesn’t include.
Basically, Anwuli Abulokwe wasn’t satisfied with the original iPhone so he designed his own version of an iPod/phone hybrid. The result is not quite the Apple iPhone, but rather a lighter and smaller handset, plus a more affordable one. The “Say Hello!” device comes with a digital touchscreen, a headphones
Since day 1 of this site I’ve seen slim sliders, “phat” touchscreen smartphones and sci-fi handsets, but none of them impressed as much as the Nokia 888. It’s not the piece of news of the day, but it’s a nice concept to glance at, every once in a while. Nokia
We might as well call this the “Couple Phone”, as two devices, laying side by side look very much like a couple in love. Plus, each of the Duofone units manages to add some extra battery life to the other, also doubling the resolution and creating a bigger common keypad.