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Sep 242014

Blackberry Porsche Design P’9983
Blackberry and Porsche Design just announced the latest fruit of their 4 years old collaboration – the Blackberry Porsche Design P’9983!

Just as the previous models, the 2011 P’9981 and the 2013 P’9982, the 3rd generation of the Blackberry Porsche Design smartphone wants to be exclusive device which combines the Porsche unique style with BlackBerry’s experience in creating productivity smartphone – “The Porsche Design P’9983 smartphone from BlackBerry® combines a unique stylish design from an iconic, timeless brand with the fluid and effortless productivity experience of BlackBerry® 10 technology.”

While on the exterior the P’9983 is a cool, fancy phone, on the interior things are a bit different. The device is powered by the same chipset as the year-old Q10 – dual Core 1.5 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 paired with 2GB of RAM, 64GB of on-board storage, a 2,100mAh battery, microSD, 4G LTE support, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.0, GPS, NFC and even an FM Radio . A 720x720px 3.1-in touchscreen resides on the upper side of the phone leaving the bottom of the device available for Blackberry’s famous physical keyboard, this time coming with clear glass-touches!

While we have no pricing info, the company representatives confirmed that the Blackberry Porsche Design P’9983 will be available by early October at all Porsche Design stores.

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Dec 092013

Yota Phone - The Dual Screen Android Smartphone
Yota Phone, the flagship device of the Russian company Yota Devices was first presented at CES 2013 and it’s set to bring the classic smartphone to the next level – also check the PopSlate iPhone Case With Secondary e-Ink back Screen.

The Russian smartphone stands of the pack by featuring two screens – a 4.3-in LCD front screen with 720×1,280 resolution (just as any other recent smartphone) and a second 200dpi e-Ink screen positioned on the back of the phone where you would usually see the battery back cover. The addition of the e-Ink screen allows users to read information on a less disturbing environment for the human eye as well as helps saving battery power. One really cool feature is that even if the battery runs out, the e-Ink screen will retain the last image displayed on it making it a great tool to display maps, boarding tickets, movie passes or any other info you might need to have handy, even when your phone is “juice-less”.

Other then the two screens set up, the Yota Phone sports a dual-core 1.7Ghz processor, 2GB of Ram, 32Gb of eMMC (storage), back and front cameras, a classic FM radio which cool to see a embedded in the smartphone and runs on Android Jelly Bean 4.2.2.

What’s your take on the Yota Phone? Do you think the dual screen devices are the future of the smartphone? let me know your thoughts in the comments …

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Nov 132013

33 Wallet Gadgets To Supercharge Your Daily Routine

There’s one proven concept I learned a while back – “The best gadget ever is the one you have with you“.
Given you always have your wallet and your smartphone on you, and, as you can not squeeze gear INTO your smartphone (dah!!!), I compiled a list of 33 gadgets you can always carry in your wallet and use them as you need them to improve your daily routine. Well, not all of them at the same time, but you get the point …. – also check this cool post – 43 Cool Gadgets To Help You Sneak Booze Almost Everywhere!

Any other favorite gear I might have forgotten to add? Let me know in the comments and I’ll update the list …


Jul 192013

ProGear - The Multipurpose Bike Station
More and more people are using bikes for individual transportation, fitness and pleasure on daily bases. While there’s a plethora of gadgets to super-charge your bike, most solutions come in individual packages and tend to over-crowd your handle bar.

The ProGear Bike Station was designed around the most common biker needs – front light, smartphone charging, FM Radio, MP3 and packs all this solutions into a light package attachable to your handle bar.
The bike station is water and dust proof, features a 7,200mAh USB charger (yeap, that’s right – now you can charge your smartphone while riding your bike, use your GPS on a Quad Lock Bike Mount or work your fitness with a Wahoo Pack without fearing you’ll empty your battery), a MP3 player with microSD card slot, headphones 3.5mm jack, 3 watts loudspeaker with Enhanced Bass Sound, FM Radio and a LED bike light.

While there are some additional features I would have like seeing (think about a bike horn, a time watch or a chronometer, etc …), the ProGear has a decent set of features for the $59 price. Hopefully, improved versions with come complex feature sets will hit the market soon…

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