Transport & Technology special
With a limited edition cover by Julio Le Parc
The Bravia NX803 – part of the ‘Presence’ range, featuring Sony’s innovative ‘Monolithic’ design.
Designed by Porng da Electronics Co, this ‘Hello Kitty'-inspired, crank-powered generator can store enough power to charge a laptop, mobile phone or MP3 player.
The Bravia HX903. Part of Sony’s ‘Cinematic’ range, the HX903 combines up-to-the-minute backlighting, 'Motionflow' technology and specially designed screens - which enable cinematic picture quality.
The ‘Signature’ Bravia LX903 is part of Sony’s brand new televisual range. Featuring full HD 3D and Wi-Fi built around the new 'Monolithic' design concept.
Designed by UK-based miniature projection company, Light Blue Optics, the Light Touch portable projector instantly transforms any flat surface into a touch-screen interface.
These ultra-sleek Zikmu Parrot speakers, designed by Philippe Starck, were unveiled in high-colour for the first time this year. With shades of sorbet lime, arctic white and pearl grey now available alongside classic black.
The Mint Cleaner is a neat robotic device which independently vacuums, polishes and mops hard surface floors. Designed by Evolution Robotics.
Designed by eco-aware speaker company, Origaudio, Rock-It takes music from any device and generates it into a sequence of vibrations, which in turn – with the help of the nifty ‘pod’ - are able to transform any object, sideboard or surface into a functioning speaker. Genius.
Built to fit with any contemporary (or not so) space, the new Bravia range has been designed entirely within Sony’s ‘Monolithic’ concept - featuring flush screen surfaces, the option to recline the TV at a 6° angle, and minimal looks, as standard.
This 3.5” Digital photo viewer - or Dbox - has been designed by Chinese company, Transitions Design, to act as an all-encompassing travel companion – collating and displaying photos, music and appointments.
Shimmering blue screens at Samsung’s CES stand.
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