Nagoya Street Shots - Casio EX-100 Special Edition
Häagen-Dazs yesterday started selling new flavored ice cream from their Japanese-themed ice cream series "Japonais". The series is only available in Seven-Eleven stores in Japan.
The new flavor is called "Japonais Vanilla & Kinako Kuromitsu". Kinako means soybean flour, and kuromitsu means Japanese brown sugar syrup in English.
The ice cream consists of 4 layers of the following yumminess:
Doshisha Corporation announced the release of Orion's new 23V-inch LCD TV (CNX23-3SP ) that is painted in premium vivid pink color. Doshisha Corporation is a Japanese general sales agent of Orion brand TVs.
CNX23-3SP will go on sale for about 35,000 yen in early July and only 5,000 units will be available.
The vivid pink color is inspired by a color of raspberries.
King Jim announced the release of a digital business card box - Bizrage DNX100.
Bizrage DNX100 is a device that makes it so much easier for you to manage a large amount of paper business cards by digitizing them quickly and easily. It is able to scan 15 business cards at once and also it supports double-sided reading. Those scanned business cards (up to 800 business cards) will be stored in the attached box below the scanner.
Every Toy Under the Japanese Sun
The 2014 Tokyo International Toy Show, held in the middle of this month at the Big Sight tradeshow and conference center in Tokyo Bay, is one of the world's largest and most diverse and most insane recurring monuments to the somewhat-at-odds institutions of consumerism, education, and creativity.
Bringing the Theater Home
Onkyo announced that they would load Dolby's new surround sound technology called "Dolby Atmos" into their latest flagship AV receiver models TX-NR1030 and TX-NR3030. These models are currently under development.
Full details regarding release day, appearance, or specs of new TX-NR1030/3030 will be unveiled at a later date.
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