Techno Talk
Written by ABC admin    Wednesday, 28 November 2012 08:30    PDF Print E-mail
Best Gadgets 2012

Technology just keeps changing. No matter how often you buy the newest phone or computer, there’s always something bigger, better and faster that you hear about just after you’ve purchased your favorite new toy. But the constant development in electronics is also what makes all of the gear so exciting. Innovation and improvement are the cornerstones of each upgraded model, and often times those extra pixels in a high-resolution screen, the extra speed in microchip or the additional memory in a hard drive can make a big difference


Pure Sensia 200D Connect Price: €3,150.oo

Pure announced the Sensia 200D Connect wireless music system with a large high-resolution, high-capacity colour touchscreen and an advanced user-interface. As the followup to their original Sensia, the 200D delivers upgraded performance, room-filling audio and one-touch and timed USB recording, as well as cloud-based music streaming


Master Lock dialSpeed Price: €20.oo

Typical padlocks have 64,000 possible combinations; the electronic dialSpeed has 22 million, the most of any portable lock. Four directional buttons correspond to numbers or letters. A combo of up to 12 presses signals a motor to release the catch


Self-Balancing Single Wheel Price: €3,500.oo

This unique ride takes the form of a single-wheeled, self-balancing electric scooter, and goes by the name of RYNO, or “Ride Your New Opportunity”. The RYNO can reach 32 km p/h on its single 25" tire and has turning radius of under 70cm. The battery takes about an hour and a half for a full charge, letting riders travel for approximately 35 kilometres, and the 60 kg bike is small enough to be brought onto buses, trains, and inside buildings. The RYNO can also handle riders up to 140 kilograms so it’s not just for smaller people. The RYNO is expected to go into production in 2013.


Polaroid Smart Camera Price: €235.oo

Polaroid has unveiled its new SC1630 Smart Camera, equipping a smartphone with a dedicated camera. The device features a 16-megapixel 1/2.33-inch CCD sensor, 3x optical zoom (5x digital) and 6.5 - 19.5 mm lens to offer a 35 - 108 mm equivalent in lens range. At the back there's a 3.2-inch touchscreen that shows the images and allows the user to access applications and the Android Market. Although you won't be able to make regular phone calls since the device does not include microphone or speaker, there's still an option to make VOIP calls. The device weighs 142 g.


Virtual Laser lane Price: €32.oo

Cyclists are among the most vulnerable road users. In contrast to pedestrians, they move mainly on public roads. On the road, any cyclist can be hit harder and faster than a car - especially at night. For safety, the bike has to be clearly and accurately marked and visible day and night. One reasonable solution was proposed Korean company. A miniature device, fixed under the seat, delivers signals about the bike by means of an array red LEDs and a pair of laser projectors.


Robot Cleaner Price: €560.oo

Robot Cleaner HOM-BOT (LrV5900) makes vacuuming effortless. With its “memorize” mode, this smartvac can remember when it was last stopped and then start vacuuming from that spot (whether you stopped it manually or it shut off itself.) Its 51 sensors sense objects as thin as 1 cm. The robot vacuum has already debuted in Asia.


Livescribe Pulse Smartpen Price: €120.oo-155.oo

This groundbreaking computer-withina- pen captures handwriting while simultaneously recording audio and synchronizing it to your notes, creating a truly innovative link between penand - paper and the digital domain for those who still depend on written notes. An infrared camera at the tip of the pen captures 72 pictures per second to digitally track numbers, words and drawings


Powertrekk Fuel Cell Charges Price: €234.oo

The Powertrekk Fuel Cell Charges is an innovative eco-friendly instant charging device that uses water to make electricity enabling you to charge your smartphones and all other mobile devices anywhere. This device is easy to use and safe and convenient to carry. And, moreover, it seems to me better than solar charger.


Binatone iDect Eclipse Price: €80.oo

If you like your home phones to be futuristic looking, the all-in-one handset with base built-in has a 13 hour battery, storage for 220 contacts, and can be worn around your neck. Make and receive phone calls while moving around your home or the office with this iDECT Eclipse cordless telephone. Complete with a 50m indoor range, it also has a built-in answer machine to ensure that you never miss a message again.


Nike+ Fuel Band Price: €150.oo

The Nike+ Fuel band is loaded with a host of features. This device helps you measure activities using a metric value called ‘Nike Fuel’. This wrist band has an ergonomic design and can be worn throughout the day. It provides you a calculated result of your activities through movement of your wrists. It has an LED dot matrix display which displays Calories, Step, time and Nike Fuel.


BlackBerry Porsche Price: €1,400.oo

Research in Motion (RIM) launched its newest product, the BlackBerry Porsche P’9981 Smartphone. A cell phone that relies on stylish elements, thanks to its cooperation with Porsche, the famous car manufacturer, for its smartphone product design. The BlackBerry offers a full touch screen for the user, with fluid animation and high resolution liquid Graph 2.8 with a wide keyboard .With a 1.2 GHz processor and 8 GB of onboard memory, this product offers the experience for surfing the internet quickly. Plus, with a 720 pixel HD recording on it, this smartphone also gives a better multimedia features


BOXX electric bike Price: €3,100.oo

The design is a compact two wheeler, which measures approximately 90cm long, weighing only 55 kgs. The emissions free all-electric vehicle has a maximum speed of 75 km/h and includes standard features such as all-wheel drive, traction control, ABS systems and over-sized all LED dot lighting. It is built for one occupant and has capacity to carry up to 140 kgs. Onboard storage includes two cargo bays, with room for two secured bags.


Solar Kindle Price: €63.oo

Imagine reading your favourite books on Kindle for three months without having to recharge! SolarKindle does just that. The case allows the user to read Kindle for months. It also allows the reading lamp to stay lit for over 50 hours per charge. As you might have guessed from the name of the device, the case features a built-in solar panel that harnesses solar energy to power both the case and the Kindle. What’s more you can charge the device during cloudy days with the help of a USB port. The device will be released by January 15.


Apple iPhone 5 Price: €155.oo

Apple iPhone 5 released in September has a new Apple A6 processor. Apple claims that it is twice as fast as the A5 processor on the iPhone 4S. It is is also more powerefficient, providing up to 8 hours of browsing/talk-time on cellular network and 10 hours of video playback. Although not officially confirmed, the iPhone 5 is expected to have 1GB RAM — up from the 512MB RAM on the iPhone 4S. Storage stays the same at 16/32/64GB with no memory expansion possible. Wireless connectivity now includes 4G/LTE in addition to 3G, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 4.0.


Twenty-8-Eight Skeleton Tourbillon Price: €235,000.oo

The new Dewitt Twenty-8-Eight Skeleton Tourbillon comes in either 18-karat white gold or rose gold 43 mm case. The white gold, “Haute Joaillerie”, version has its bezel lit-up with 36 baguette-cut diamonds, with eight brilliant-cut diamonds marking the hours. The whole movement is comprised of 185 pieces. It features a variable inertia balance and an escapement made of 18 karat yellow gold, with an Art-Deco style bridge. The winding barrel at 12 o’clock, also made of 18 karat yellow gold, is inspired by a vintage steering wheel. The barrel is also skeletonised, allowing a even greater view of the movement.

Written by ABC admin    Thursday, 25 October 2012 08:34    PDF Print E-mail
Thinking about skiing?


Best Men’s Ski Boots for Winter 2013 With over 200 different types of boots available for the 2013 season, we were very overwhelmed with all the choices that were available with men’s skiing boots. Nearly all the major brands introduced new lines of skiing boots for the upcoming season Based on experts's tests, however, we believe that the best ski boots for the 2013 season for men include: Dalbello Havok Ski Boots, Nordica Transfire R3 and Cruise 70, Atomic Hawk 80 and Rossignol Evo 80.

Nordica Transfire R3 cca €270.00

The Transfire R3 is part of a completely new line from Nordica. This series is for the sport performance skier looking for a high level of precision combined with a more forgiving blend that supports their advancing skiing ability in a wide variety of conditions and terrain.The adjustable cuff profile allows for a neutral standing position for all day comfort, and the all new lateral shell design allows for a more efficient transfer of energy that is compatible with today's style of skiing.

Dalbello's Axion 9 cca €270.00

Dalbello's Axion 9 Ski Boot offers athletic male riders some good solid support in a last width that's wide enough for human feet. A TRUFIT Sport liner is warm and padded, but it's also designed anatomically so that you don't lose any of your effort to dead space in the boot. Canting, flex control, and microadjustable buckles give you all the adjustability you need to get the most out of the Axion 9 Boot.

Rossignol Evo 80 cca €270.00

A great boot for the true beginner, with a wide foot and wide shaft of the leg. Notches in the plastic along the instep make it really easy for you to enter and exit the Evo 80. The Neutral Stance will give you more control, better balance, and reduce fatigue. The Sensor Liner is 104mm wide, and has a V shape in the forefoot, wide heel cup, and an asymmetrical toe box, all for added comfort as you slide your way down the mountain. The Rossignol Sensor Shell uses a boot board that connects key receptor points to the boot sole.

Atomic Hawx 80 €150.00 - €230.00

Atomic Hawx 80 Ski Boots have an i-Flex zone at the front of the boot that works like an additional joint. It promotes natural forefoot flexibility, improves balance on the ski and provides for precision control. A soft Hawx flex delivers convincing performance while offering maximum comfort. Atomic Hawx 80 Ski Boots have an ASY Comfort T2 liner that can be individually adjusted in the ankle and forefoot zones.

Dalbello Voodoo Ski Boots cca €365.00

Dalbello’s new Sherpa models are for the next generation of alpine touring enthuasists looking for a boot with balanced crossover performance, both uphill and down. The Dalbello Sherpa 7/3 Ski Boots are engineered for comfort on the ascent and lightweight handling, and designed to be powerful enough to steer long, wide, modern big mountain skis through the most difficult snow and terrain.

Nordica Transfire R4 cca €240.00

Nordica Transfire R4 Ski Boots: Lower upper cuff hinge location increases dampening and margin for error and 45-degree middle buckle enhances heel hold. The Adjustable Cuff Profile allows for increased calf room and single cuff adjustment helps dial lateral stance balance.

Nordica FireArrow F1 cca €540.00

Technology and power are combined to give the Nordica FireArrow F1 Ski Boots an edge above so many other boots on the market. Offering a 45 degree closure, you'll have the maximum amount of heel retention and forefoot comfort so your fit can be secure inside these boots. Easy entry and exit are also made possible by this 45 degree feature. Micro Buckles on all buckles ensures the most customized and comfortable fit.

Full Tilt Classic Ski Boots cca €425.00

Full Tilt brings this living legend back to life each year using all of the original molds, lightweight materials and same looks that putthis Original 3-Piece Design on the map. If you loved the original, you'll love the classic even more thanks to the addition of the Quick Fit Performer liner with Intuition foam that molds 100% to your feet for a custom fit that's as ahead of it's time as the Original 3-PieceDesign was itself.


Nordica Double Six cca €385.00

The Double Six Ski Boots are light in weight but heavy on power and performance. The boots have a 45 Degree Instep Retention which provides the maximum amount of heel retention and forefoot comfort so you're fit can be secure inside these boots. Easy entry and exit are also made possible by this 45 degree feature. Its Progressive Flex offers a buttery initial flex for easy ankle flexion and a high level of support on the landing.

Atomic Line Influence 115 cca €600.00 

The Early Rise rocker at the tip and the 115mm waist make the ski soar over the slope like a lord, and any obstacles will be annihilated. Its twin-tip shape makes it super playful while the titanal reinforcements give it tons of personnality and power. This monster handles speed incredibly well, it stays stable and very active on energy transfers.

Elan Amphibio 78ti cca €620.00

The Amphibio ® Waveflex 78Ti is just as versatile and flexible as its namesuggests. Equipped with WaveFlex technology, RST Sidewall, reinforcedwith a layer of Mono titanium and upgraded with the revolutionary Amphibio ® technology, it is ready to roll whenever you are. The Power Woodcore brings better edge hold on tip and tail areas resulting in a uniform ski flex.

G3 Empire cca €620.00

With its clean lines and full reverse camber, the Empire stands out as one of 2013’s most attractive new powder skis for both man, woman. The wood core is reinforced with two layers of metal alloy, producing a burly ride for big descents. But G3 also softened the tip and tail for a playful and buttery float in powder—perfect for drifting down the mountains of your dreams.

Fischer Koa 78 cca €320.00

The Fischer Koa 78 with V9 Railflex is a women’s ski that’s perfect for the expert skier who wants to be able to go anywhere on the mountain. The versatility and durability of these skis make them a great buy for any woman who really wants to enjoy all of the surfaces on the mountain rather than just stick to the groomed paths.

Oakley Proven MX Fire Skull Sprocket Men's Dirt Goggle cca €45.00

Scott Dana Women's Goggles cca €43.00

Menzella Get Intense Ski Gloves cca €35.00

Scott Traverse Ski Gloves cca €35.00

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Written by ABC admin    Wednesday, 26 September 2012 10:54    PDF Print E-mail
Hotest Tech

Samsung ES9500 OLED TV €TBC

We’ve come along way since Sony’s bedroomsized OLED offering from a few years ago, and now you can get a richer, more colourful picture in bigger 55-inch screen surroundings. Aside from deeper blacks and the impressive contrast ratio, prospective owners can expect faster response time compared to LCD sets which will eliminate motion blur and with Samsung’s Multi-View you can watch two different programmes on the same screen via the included 3D glasses that also have integrated headphones to avoid the leaking sound of Walford’s finest.


Canon EOS 650D €800

The new Canon EOS 650D is a user-friendly enthusiast-level D-SLR full of new tech and functions, including a new touch-screen and much more than a simple upgrade from the Canon EOS 600D (which it now sits above in the range). As well as helpful intelligent auto modes, there are a wealth of advanced features available as your camera skills and photography progresses. The EOS 650D is equipped with a new 18-megapixel Hybrid CMOS sensor and powerful Digic 5 processor, that enables you to capture excellent, full-resolution images at up to five frames per second (fps).

Sennheiser MOMENTUM headphones €260

Delivering stellar sound is simply not enough for this style-conscious world we now live in and having realised that very thing, Sennheiser has served up its latest headphone collection that is more about looking the part. There’s little detail on the tech nestled inside, but headbands and earpads are made from soft leather and English tannery Pittards with a 3.5mm cable that hosts an integrated remote and mic which make the MOMENTUM headphones iPhone friendly.

Sony Xperia S tablet €TBC 

Having unveiled its first S tablet at IFA last year, Sony has given its latest slate the Xperia branded makeover, making it thinner (8mm) and lighter than its predecessor. Running on Android 4.0 and powered by a NVIDIA Tegra 3 quadcore processor, the Tablet S also hosts a 9.4-inch 1280x800 IPS OptiContrast display and Sony’s ClearAudio+ technology making it a suitable surrounding for watching movies. Comes with an 8-Megapixel rear-facing HD camera and 1.0- Megapixel front-facing HD snapper.

HP Envy x2 Hybrid €TBC

Post-TouchPad demise, HP has decided to embrace Windows 8 and a QWERTY keyboard dock. Powered by an Intel Atom “Clover Trail” processor with 64GB of SSD storage, the 11.6-inch Envy x2 that can work as a laptop and a tablet sports a 1366 x 768 resolution IPS display and will have Beats Audio and NFC on board like the Spectre with a rear-facing 8-Megapixel camera and a HD webcam to take care of video chats. With so many hybrid devices outed, the Envy x2 may just have the looks and the specs to stand out from the crowd.

Yamaha YSP-4300 Soundbar €1.300

If your current home cinema setup lacks an audio roar, Yamaha reckons its latest soundbar offering should help amplify your viewing with 7.1 surround sound. Using Intellibeam technology to bounce sound beams around the room, the subwoofer and bar setup uses AirWired2 technology for delay free sound and the ability to wirelessly send tunes from your Mac, PC or iOS device to put it into party action. There’s also an FM tuner on board and it can be wall mounted if space is currently at a premium.

Dell XPS Duo 12 €TBC

One of the biggest trends of IFA this year has been the surge of tablet and ultrabook mash-ups and keen not to be left out, the Duo 12 is another hybrid Windows 8 device, but with a twist. Featuring a glossy full HD touchscreen with tough Corning Gorilla Glass and an aluminium and carbon fibre chassis, a flip hinge mechanism let’s you swivel the screen vertically from within the frame so you can choose between ultrabook and tablet modes. Here’s hoping it fares better than Dell’s last hybrid laptop/tablet outing…

Sony Xperia T €TBC

Previously going by the name Xperia Mint, the Xperia T has now been made official and becomes Sony’s latest flagship smartphone. Hosting a hulking 4.6-inch HD Reality Display, the Android 4.0.4 Ice Cream Sandwich handset features a 13-Megapixel with full 1080p HD video recording capabilities and 720p HD front camera. A 1.5GHz dualcore processor should handle all your multitasking and multimedia needs and with the PlayStation Certified stamp can play a host of PS One classic amongst other gaming goodies.

LG TM2792 Personal TV €TBC

If your modest living abode cannot accommodate a hulking 84-inch television, this more bedroom-friendly 27-inch telly from LG might be more suitable. Featuring LG’s sleek CINEMA SCREEN with a narrow bezel, the full HD set boasts Smart TV support and SmartShare to share content between laptops, smartphones and hard drives plus DLNA, Wi-Fi and WiDi connectivity.

Monitor Audio i-deck 100 iPod €TBC

With iPod docks ranging from the reasonable to the eye-wateringly expensive, the Monitor Audio i-deck 100 hopes to win you over by offering a premium price tag for a premium product. Monitor Audio has overlooked the cheap and cheerful approach to iPod docks, instead offering up the high-end Monitor Audio i-deck 100, a well designed device which pairs good looks with strong performances.

Masterpiece of Bicycles €5.500

Discover the technology behind the lightest, stiffest, best-performing road bike ever produced by Giant. From its all-new OverDrive 2 fork steerer-tube design, which improves steering precision by 40 per cent, to the Advanced SL composite material and cutting-edge construction techniques. Using Advanced SLgrade composite and technical innovations including the OverDrive 2 steerer tube, which boosts front-end stiffness and steering precision, the TCR Advanced SL is the go-to choice for Rabobank pros that need one bike that can do it all.

TDK Life on Record Wireless €400

Former cassette specialists TDK have unveiled a slew of new retro-styled speaker setups with this updated boombox our pick of the best. Sporting a 2.1 stereo speaker configuration, a built-in rechargeable battery means it’s parkfriendly and with Bluetooth AAC streaming can now deliver near-lossless audio from your mobile device. Other specs include a 3.5mm minput, USB charging port and a carry handle if you don’t fancy putting it on your shoulder mlike you’ve just walked out of Breakdance.

Polaroid Z2300 €130

The Polaroid Z2300 instant is the latest snapper from the cult brand to include a built-in Zink printer along with a 10 megapixel image sensor. The Polaroid Z2300 is the brand’s first compact camera with a built-in printer. A little on the chunky side for a compact, the camera is available in black or white and there’s even a rainbow stripe that harks back to the days of the classic Polaroid.

Last Updated ( Thursday, 27 September 2012 08:00 )
Written by ABC admin    Friday, 31 August 2012 10:32    PDF Print E-mail
Seeing the world clearly


Take shade behind Victoria Beckham's silver-tone metal aviator sunglasses with blue gradient lenses. Slip them on to add an A-list finish to chic city looks.

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The best summer cars

Our guide to the best cars for the sunny summer months.

When the sun comes out to play, there is no better (without being cheeky) feeling than hearing the roar of an engine and the wind in your hair. With miles of open road, a tanning session will never be the same again.

Whether you are staying in the city or going on a road trip, the following is a list of the finest cars in which to do so. The best thing about all of the vehicles is that when the sun goes away they are all more than capable of handling a bit of rain. Don’t let your judgement get clouded by need, these are all a case of want.

Bentley Continental GTC - €181,400

It’s a great car, the GTC. Well sorted, nice hood, good looking. This really is the place to be, and be seen, if you want to relax while you cruise. The old-school luxury is still in evidence even in this most modern of Bentley vehicles. All we ask is that you don’t get the headrests personally embroidered, unless of course your name happens to be David or Victoria.

Ferrari California - €178, 670

The California is probably the most useable ferrari to date. The new seven-speed double-clutch gearbox is much better than the F1 ‘box's auto mode - and it still provides all the thrills. The top is well-insulated, the car looks great with the roof up or down and the seats are lovely for touring. There's even decent luggage space. You could do serious miles in this prancing horse. 

Lamborghini Gallardo Spyder - €188,600

A five-litre V10 with around 520 bhp (a tad more in the Superleggera) and 376 lb ft of torque mean that the Gallardo has the go to match the show; 0-62 mph in just 3.9 seconds and a close enough 197 mph top speed. Even better is the fact that these figures are achievable reliably thanks to that four-wheel drive system and strong mechanicals. You will be impressed.

Mercedes SLS Roadster - €221,200

Get yourself an SLS Roadster. Do so and I promise you will never be bored on any drive again. It's impossible. Unthinkable even. This is arguably the most entertaining road car in existence. It's not necessarily the best, just one of the naughtiest. It looks naughty, it sounds naughty, its engine rumbles hilariously and it charges around full of the joys of being alive. This car is an example of want, not need!

Porsche 911 Speedster - €180,300

The Speedster is undoubtedly a collector’s dream. With just 356 cars to satisfy a global market, demand is sure to outstrip supply. Unsurprisingly many are already spoken for, which rather proves Porsche Exclusive knows its customers. That’s perfect justification for Porsche to build it, but if Porsche Exclusive’s level of, er, exclusivity, isn’t your overriding consideration then the Speedster is a total extravagance. Just how cars like this should be!

Audi R8 Spyder V10 - €146,327

The fact is that the R8 is sober and fairly restrained, means it’s none the worse for it. It lets Audi’s undoubted quality shine through at every level. The R8 looks, feels and smells very well made. And the best bit. Think the 414bhp V8 was rapid? The 5.2 V10 puts out 525 bhp, thrusts the R8 to 62 mph in 3.9 seconds and pushes it on to nearly 200 mph. The R8 has built a reputation as a very useable supercar and the trend continues with the V10.

Aston Martin DBS Volante ­- €205, 572

With a 510 bhp V12 engine and more than a hint of James Bond about it, the Aston Martin DBS Volante makes you feel like a film star. Completing Aston’s flagship line-up, the 2012 Volante affords customers the combination of the DBS's already-established sports car characteristics with all the thrills associated with a drop-top. Don’t buy this car if have a hatred for beauty. The DBS is simply stunning.

Corvette 427 Convertible €80.000

Chevy has confirmed that the 2014 model year will bring an all-new, seventh-generation Corvette. Until then, though, the bow-tie brand has put together a special Vette with a big-ass engine, as well as a paint-and-tape package to celebrate the nameplate’s 60th birthday. The number in the Corvette 427 convertible’s name pretty well sums up the car. It’s a Corvette convertible with a 427-cubic-inch—or 7.0-liter, in modern parlance—engine under the hood.

Bugatti Veyron €1.900.000

The Bugatti Veyron cabrio has the same 407 km/h top speed with the roof closed, but the top speed is reduced to 360 km/h with the roof off. The Bugatti Veyron cabrio price 1.4 million Euros (excluding tax). Only 150 unit are made. The equipment list of the Bugatti Veyron cabrio includes a reversing camera with 2.7-inch monitor in the rear-view-mirror, and the “Puccini” sound system with digital signal processor.


Lexus IS 250c €33.450

Lexus IS 250C combines the timeless allure of an open-roof car with the refinement and all-season functionality of a luxury coupe.Closed up tight, the 250C looks like a resculpted coupe version of the IS four-door sedan, albeit one with a rather large rear end. The Lexus IS 250C is a four-passenger retractable-hardtop convertible. Power is supplied by a 204-horsepower 2.5-liter V6, with your choice of manual or automatic gearboxes, each with six speeds.


AUDI s5 €46.000

The unique and dramatic profile of these five-parallel-spoke alloy wheels highlights the progressive look of the Audi S5. The signature xenon headlights with LED daytime running lights not only add a distinct look to the vehicle, they also improve visibility while using half of the energy of conventional bulbs. Dual-exhaust with quad tailpipes. Dual-exhaust with quad tailpipes features exclusive quad oval tailpipes that create a rich exhaust note and leave no doubt about the power contained under the hood.


  1. AeroPad 2
  2. Gallic synthbotherer Jean Michel Jarre’s audio company generally turns out tree-sized devices of exquisitely poor taste, all festooned with glass and metal. This scaled down one, however, is rather handsome in a sci-fi way, and comes in a choice of black, white or bamboo fi nishes. It connects via an iConnector or 3.5mm socket for other players.

Price: £571 - September

Canon 5D Mark III

 Looking for a summer camera that’s a cut above? The Canon 5D hosts a 22.3-meg, full-frame CMOS sensor alongside a DIGIC 5+ imaging processor. Capable of shooting six stills per second, it’s also a top-notch video camera, with 1080p footage recorded at up to 30fps. At £3K, the 5D is one for serious photographers who are seriously loaded.

Price: £3,000


Samsung Galaxy S III

The Samsung Galaxy S III is the most advanced smartphone on the planet, although a company called Apple may beg to differ. From the super smooth body that's designed to fit naturally in your palm, to the powerful quad core processor at its core, it's state of the art. Samsung say the inspiration for this smartphone is mother nature, which is marketing speak, however it is still one of the best (out of two) phones in the world.

Price: €625


Just in Case

If the world ends this year, we better be happily ready. Expecting beautiful chaos, Menosunocerouno has created Just In Case, so it is perfect brand for the end of times. Packaged in yellow and black, the Just in Case kit includes practical items like matches, a knife and water and a notebook in case you start to feel philosophical or need to light a fire.

Price: €TBC

Michael Young watch

Hacker is the newest watch by British industrial designer Michael Young. Hacker deviates from the conventional appearance of a watch, featuring a concave face with a central disk that supports the hands while protecting the lens from the knocks and bumps of an active everyday life.

Price: €165

Zboard Electric

Maybe more for the kids this one, or a gift you can borrow, just to make sure it works properly of course The ZBoard is all about your feet. Two pads on the board control its motor. Lean on the front pad to go forward, lean on the rear pad to brake. They're pressure sensitive, so speeding up or slowing down fluctuates accordingly with your shifting weight.

Price: €685

Sensheiser IE 800

It’s claimed these high-end in-ears boast audio quality that’s up there with full-size headphones, using 7mm Extra Wide Band drivers to give a more lifelike sound and greater range. Crafted from scratch-resistant ceramic they come with an arsenal of different sized silicon tips. No details on pricing yet, but we suspect it’ll also be up there.

Price: £TBC - Out July

Tom Ford Special Edition Eyewear

Not strictly a usual for techno talk, but glasses do help you to see better. Already a beloved eyewear resource for throwback-style frames, this small, limited line is composed of one men's option that amps up the craftsmanship of traditional specs. Composed of gold-plated metal, the style comes in either brown or black.

Price: €TBC





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