Charging Cable, Begone!

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It’s 2018 and plugging phones into wall-sockets is finally old-school. The new solution? Docks. Wireless or not, a dock looks much classier than a bunch of wires scattered around your desk. Made out of wood, and with a rather appealing faceted finish, the Combo sits on your desk like a throne for your iPhone and Apple Watch. Compatible with iPhone 5 onwards, and with all Apple Watches, the Combo allows you to route your charging cables through it, while your devices rest on the wooden block in a manner that looks almost as if there’s no cable visible. A magnet holds your Watch in place while the iPhone dock comes with a premium wool-felt backrest to make sure your phone gets the scratch-free comfort it deserves. Meanwhile, the Combo rests against your desk using micro-suction tape, allowing you to dock as well as un-dock your devices naturally with a single hand. Buh-bye charging cable. You won’t be missed!

Designer: Oakywood

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Charging Cable, Begone!

combo_apple_dock_1

It’s 2018 and plugging phones into wall-sockets is finally old-school. The new solution? Docks. Wireless or not, a dock looks much classier than a bunch of wires scattered around your desk. Made out of wood, and with a rather appealing faceted finish, the Combo sits on your desk like a throne for your iPhone and Apple Watch. Compatible with iPhone 5 onwards, and with all Apple Watches, the Combo allows you to route your charging cables through it, while your devices rest on the wooden block in a manner that looks almost as if there’s no cable visible. A magnet holds your Watch in place while the iPhone dock comes with a premium wool-felt backrest to make sure your phone gets the scratch-free comfort it deserves. Meanwhile, the Combo rests against your desk using micro-suction tape, allowing you to dock as well as un-dock your devices naturally with a single hand. Buh-bye charging cable. You won’t be missed!

Designer: Oakywood

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Toyota’s latest is an entire mobility service platform

CES only comes around once a year, and that’s simply not enough time. While it is here, let’s talk about what it has to offer. Hot off the press is Toyota’s New Mobility Ecosystem and Concept Vehicle just released at this year’s CES in Las Vegas.

The e-Palette Alliance is a new ecosystem for mobility-powered businesses. As Toyota says, “As an emerging provider of mobility hardware and services to business, Toyota is focused on creating new and attractive features for partners that help them to expand their value chain and improve customers’ lives.” Toyota plans to leverage their Mobility Services Platform in order to build an entirely new ecosystem for mobility-powered businesses. However, let’s not forget the complimentary e-Palette concept vehicle that helps the alliance truly come to life.

The e-Palette Concept Vehicle is an automated, electric vehicle purpose-built for MaaS. The best part about the e-Palette concept vehicle is it’s open plan interior design layout – enabling the vehicle to be outfitted with purpose-built interiors suited down to the ground with the user’s needs. Alleviating any ambiguity of the ‘will it/won’t it fit?’ Whether its parcel delivery, ride sharing, or on-the-road e-commerce, the e-Palette concept is flexible to answer the needs of their customers and come in three sizes, these concept vehicles are sure to deliver.

What’s fascinating are the different applications – a fabrication lab, an e-commerce shop, temporary hotel and even a pizza maker…the e-Palette is crazy, and I think I speak for everyone when I say I love it! A true game-changer, this really does have to be seen to be believed.

Designer: Toyota

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Toyota’s latest is an entire mobility service platform

CES only comes around once a year, and that’s simply not enough time. While it is here, let’s talk about what it has to offer. Hot off the press is Toyota’s New Mobility Ecosystem and Concept Vehicle just released at this year’s CES in Las Vegas.

The e-Palette Alliance is a new ecosystem for mobility-powered businesses. As Toyota says, “As an emerging provider of mobility hardware and services to business, Toyota is focused on creating new and attractive features for partners that help them to expand their value chain and improve customers’ lives.” Toyota plans to leverage their Mobility Services Platform in order to build an entirely new ecosystem for mobility-powered businesses. However, let’s not forget the complimentary e-Palette concept vehicle that helps the alliance truly come to life.

The e-Palette Concept Vehicle is an automated, electric vehicle purpose-built for MaaS. The best part about the e-Palette concept vehicle is it’s open plan interior design layout – enabling the vehicle to be outfitted with purpose-built interiors suited down to the ground with the user’s needs. Alleviating any ambiguity of the ‘will it/won’t it fit?’ Whether its parcel delivery, ride sharing, or on-the-road e-commerce, the e-Palette concept is flexible to answer the needs of their customers and come in three sizes, these concept vehicles are sure to deliver.

What’s fascinating are the different applications – a fabrication lab, an e-commerce shop, temporary hotel and even a pizza maker…the e-Palette is crazy, and I think I speak for everyone when I say I love it! A true game-changer, this really does have to be seen to be believed.

Designer: Toyota

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LG’s new Jack-in-the-box 4K projector!

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Turn the hand crank on a jack-in-the-box and the lid bursts open to reveal the human-shaped toy inside. LG’s projector was designed pretty much the same way, except the lid opens to reveal one of the world’s best 4K Ultra High Definition projectors on the inside.

The HU80KA Projector, as it’s called, is groundbreaking not only because it massively shrinks the footprint of 4K projectors, but it does so in a format that looks completely a class apart. This isn’t a projector you’d mount on a ceiling to mask its ugliness. You’d want it to adorn your living room floor because the HU80KA sits majestically like a beautiful black block capable of projecting over 8 million pixels (at 150 inches) of awesomeness on any wall. The projector comes with USB, Ethernet and HDMI ports, along with wireless connectivity and even packs two 7W speakers for stunning audio to accompany the stunning video. What’s more, unlike most projectors that aren’t designed to be moved or shifted, lest the intricate parts inside get displaced, the HU80KA comes built with a handle that lets you carry your 4K from room to room, or even to parties because with this gorgeous piece of tech and its eye-poppingly incredible and immersive video projection, you’re sure to be invited to a lot of parties…

Designer: LG Electronics

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