Fusion of light and sound!
Brighten Net just announced that they are going to release a Bluetooth speaker-integrated lightbulb - LED Symphony Speaker - on January 24 for about 12,800 yen.
LED Symphony Speaker is compatible with an E26 bulb socket just like other regular LED bulbs. Via Bluetooth, you can play music in your smartphone/tablet through the LED Symphony Speaker.
Sharp is going to release Windows 8.1 Pro 15.6-inch tablet RW-16G1 sometime in March.
RW-16G1 includes intel Core i5 4200U CPU and 15.6-inch IGZO display (3,200x1,800 dots) and achieves 235ppi pixel density to show fine image details. It's only 12.5mm thin, weighs 1.25kg and can run for 9 hours of continuous use on one charge.
Sony is going to release 2 new portable wireless speakers: SRS-X7 on March 8 and SRS-X5 on February 15.
SRS-X7 features 2 46mm full-range units, 62mm sub-woofer and passive radiator, is compatible with Bluetooth, DLNA, and Airplay supporting SBC/AAC/aptX codec and A2DP/AVRCP/ profile.
Sharp just announced that they are going to release a 70v and 60v type touch display called BIG PAD. 70v type models (PN-L703A, PN-L703B) will be out on March 10 and 60v type models (PN-L603A, PN-L603B) will out on April 10.
A maximum 4 people can write on the display simultaneously, and the A series (PN-L703A, PN-L603A) has the "Whiteboard" functionality that allows you to write on the display with a pen right away after being powered on.
This is for all of you still using paper notebooks…
When you want to copy some information you need that is displayed on your PC screen to put into your paper notebook, have you ever thought it is a troublesome task to write it down or print out the page, cut the part you need out with scissors and glue it into your notebook?
Cocodori, to be released by King Jim on January 31, is a mini printer that prints out the range you capture on the PC screen on 75mm wide roll paper.
King Jim is going to release a camera-equipped mouse on January 31. The mouse can take photos and automatically save the image data to your computer in a quick and manageable form.
Sony just announced that 4K compliant compact Handycam FDR-AX100, unveiled at CES 2014 in Las Vegas, will be released in Japan on March 14. It's a quarter of the size of their currently-sold 4K Handycam FDR-AX1, and the price is about ¥200,000 cheaper as well.