The Nokia Lumia 920 just dropped. It’s definitely the best Windows 8 powered smartphone yet but is that really saying much? Time will tell. What’s obviously working in Nokia’s favor on the 920 are the aesthetics. It’s sleek, stylish, and slim. It’s also got a 326 PPI retina screen, same as iPhone, and it features wireless charging. Aside from available apps, it looks like competition for Android and Apple just got stiffer.
These earbuds feature the smallest wide-band driver ever made. That means the tiny 7mm dynamic driver can reproduce the entire audible frequency range, which, at eight hundred bucks, is a small price to pay to drown out the voices of all the idiots you’re surrounded by. Source
When you do that crazy Jimmy Page air guitar thing in front of the mirror, this amp-inspired Marshall loudspeaker will add another crucial element to your rock and roll fantasy. Available November 2012.
A bluetooth boombox will liven up any gathering. The Logitech UE will play your music wirelessly, as well as switching between as many as 8 devices allowing everyone to contribute to the mix. The sleek one-piece design and 6-hour battery life are cool, too.
If all you did was make voice calls on your phone, you’d never need the ultra-powerful technology packed into LG’s Optimus G. But since you bounce back and forth between pretending to work while watching movies and playing games, having the performance of the world’s first LTE smartphone with SnapDragon Quadcore processor will really help step up your game. And gaming.
Though they were designed primarily for shooting stills, Canon EOS-system DSLRs revolutionized the way pros and amateurs shoot HD video. Now Canon has introduced the C series, cinema cameras made purely for video. The prosumer C100 model features EF mount lens options plus Canon’s proven CMOS sensors and DIGIC DV III Image Processor. Available November 2012.
Instacube wirelessly displays your incredible Instagram images on a screen that’s three-times larger than your phone, allowing you & people other than your followers to enjoy your shots in a new way.
GoPro might just GoHome when they see the Sony Action cam. It weighs just three ounces, features 120-fps slow-mo, a 16MP sensor, and a 160º super-fisheye Zeiss lens. It evens comes with a waterproof case good to depths of 200-feet and all for $200. For $270 you can get the Wi-Fi enabled model.
Samsung’s Galaxy point-and-shoot is a 16MP touchscreen camera powered by Android 4.1 that allows you to shoot, edit, and instantly upload your photos to FB or if you’re one of the 9 people using Google+, you can send shots there, too.
The image quality of Sony’s forthcoming 4K LCD cinema display is roughly 4-times better than regular old HD. Watching it might feel sort of like that scene from Poltergeist where Carol Anne is literally sucked into the television.