Imation is going to release an IP64 dust & water-proof pocket-sized wireless speaker "TREK A26" by TDK Life on Record on November 28.
In its compact body (W178xH76xD28.5mm, 340g), there are 2 38mm full-range drivers and 2 50mm passive radiators. It has Bluetooth and NFC ability, and a microphone built-in to enable you to make hands-free calls.
Price: Open price
Color: black, white, red
Maximum output: 2W x 2
Power source: USB
Battery life: 6 hours
The Hairlytop Interface is an interactive surface display made of soft solid-state actuators and optical sensors which react to light. Jointly developed by the University of Electro-Communications and Symphodia Phil, when placed on an iPad that is playing a video, it moves organically, like a living thing, in response to changes in the brightness of the screen.
"One feature of this system is that the motion is very cute, like that of an animal. Another feature is that it can be used extremely freely in terms of design."
Panasonic is releasing a slim pen-shaped IC recorder "RR-XP007" in early December for about ¥11,000.
The device has a clip like a pen, and you can record sounds while you keep it clipped in your chest pocket. There are several different settings for recording depending on the situation such as meetings with another person, meetings with multiple people, lectures, musical events and so on.
Color: black, white, violet, pink
Weight: 22g (excluding battery)
Interface: USB 2.0
Nissan is going to unveil their new Google Glass-like wearable device "Nissan 3E" for the first time to the public at the Tokyo Motor Show that will start on November 23.
Currently you can watch its promotion video on Youtube, but there is no narration about the details included. According to Nissan, while wearing 3E, you will be able to access the Internet real-time, receive/send information, and have communication with others.
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