DARWINMachine Hammerhead HMR989

We’ve all seen the futuristic computers  that many Sci-Fi movies present, but few of us predicted that any of them will become available in the real life. Well, the Hammerhead from DarwinMachine is as close as you can get right now to those movies supercomputers. So, was those SF computer has to offer? Let us start with an Intel Core I7 processor, 4GB of RAM and continue with an Nvidia GTX550 TI graphics card and a tag team of 40GB solid-state and finalized it with 1TB hard drive. It almost get to those supercomputers we saw in the films.

Bowers & Wilkins Zeppelin Air

We all red or heard about iPod docks but few of them have all the qualities needed to impress a potential buyer even fewer to make a mark on a gadget fanatic. The Bowers & Wilkins Zeppelin Air iPod dock is one of them few how fascinates both in the elegance of the exterior design. Some say that, if you’re note familiar with the model you may mistake it for a fancy decorative vase, object. It is very well fine cut and manufactured that every dock maker will be envy the second they see it. The design is completed by wireless streaming (via AirPlay) and the sublime almost perfect sound that comes out of it.

HTC Flyer

HTC decided to enter the tablet market with a Android 3.0 based tablet. The taiwanese  producer debuts on the “Pad” segment with an 7in/18cm computer. You may be asking yourself “Ok, so what’s the difference between this and the other dozen of tablets available on the market?”.  Well, on the outside it has an aluminium unibody design that many rivals don’t and on the inside, the most exciting , is the presence of OnLive which marks the very first cloud-based gaming service on a mobile device. It also has a 1024x600 screen with wonderful color for wonderful pictures.

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