Nissin - Cup noodle, Japanese favorite "Rice au Gratin" style

 

Nissin is going to release the interesting flavor cup noodle on October 7 - Cheesy Doria (means Rice au Gratin in Japanese) flavor.

The flavor was made in the image of a popular menu "Doria Milan style" from a Japanese family restaurant. The soup consists of a mix of white creamy sauce, meat sauce and 2 types of cheese, which make the soup very rich.

Price: ¥190

 

Sony - New line of high-resolution audio players


Sony is going to release 6 new audio devices that support high-resolution audio for home use: 2 models of HDD audio player "HAP-Z1ES" and "HAP-S1", USB DAC amplifier "UDA-1", stereo integrated amplifier "TA-A1ES", and 2 models of speaker systems "SS-HA1" and "SS-HA3". By pairing these devices as you like,  you can enjoy rich and high performance sound offered by a high-resolution audio source at home.

DN-10107, Donya's new giant mousepad!

Not sure if this will be the next big thing at the office but you have to admit that there is some merit to behind the idea of a giant mousepad! With a total space of 800mm×500mm Donya's new DN-10107 has been designed for people that can't manage to work on the average sized mousepad and turned your workspace in a huge playground for your tiny little mouse!
Only available on Donya’s online store at 1,299 Yen the DN-10107 is also available in a smaller version (600x300) at just 799 yen.

JVC Kenwood - New 40mm driver built-in headphone

 

JVC Kenwood is going to release the newly developed 40mm driver featuring a flat carbon nanotube diaphragm built-in over-ear stereo headphone "HA-S680" in mid-October.

It features "Dynamic Port" that enhances the reproducibility of bass sound.
102dB/1mW output sound pressure level, 8Hz~26kHz frequency band and 32Ω impedance.

It's a 2-way foldaway headphone (Compact/Flat), which makes it easy to take anywhere. 3 colors are available: black, red and white. The price will be around ¥6,000.

 

Elecom - The world's smallest Wi-Fi router compatible with IEEE802.11ac

 


Elecom is going to release the world's smallest Wi-Fi router "WDC-433SU2M" series in early October. It weights only 2g (W14.9xL18.5xH7.1mm).

It's compatible with the latest wireless standard "IEEE802.11ac", which enables Max. 433Mbps high-speed communication.

You can download the driver software from Elecom's website, which means you can install it with a device that is not compatible with CD-ROM such as Ultrabook.

Price: ¥3,192 (including tax)
Color: black, white

 

 

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