The inputs on our computers haven’t changed too much over the years. Basically a mouse and keyboard have dominated our interactions with desktops and laptops alike over the last 25 years. There have been varying degrees of new products that have included ergonomic designs or dials that handle one specific input. Now, a new company called Palette is releasing a customizable modular kit with support for the full Adobe Creative Suite, MIDI and even a joystick for your games. expand full story
Last year, Polaroid introduced us to its tiny action Cube cams that are 1 cubic inch, shoot 1080p and go for under $100. This year, the company is back at it again with a brand new version of the mini cam know as the Cube+. It brings everything the original model is known for, with the addition of Wi-Fi for direct integration with the iOS/Android companion apps: expand full story
The iPhone 6 has a stunning display and is one of the leaders in picture quality. But for prosumers and professionals that are looking for more, their options are generally limited. Most would resign to carrying around a large DSLR with extra lenses and storage in addition to an iPhone, perhaps a MacBook or other photography necessities. Although we have seen other add-ons that provide more lenses or bulky cameras, no company has really solved this dilemma.
A new product from DxO is attempting to combine high-end photography with the power and Retina display of the iPhone 6 to create the ultimate photography solution. By leveraging the Lightning port on the iPhone, the DxO One integrates with device and display to create a markedly better solution that delivers RAW photos and a trove of settings. expand full story