Apple product lineup for this year is being said to the company’s most exciting lineup in the past 25 years. We’re getting a variety of different gadgets this year from the Cupertino giant. This is of course a departure from the Jobs era, where the focus was on a few, highly focused products. With Tim Cook in charge for several years, this time around we’re getting two variants of the iPhone 6, two different iPads, a new Mac, new Macbooks and more. The rumor mill on the internet has focused mainly on the iPhone 6 for these past days.

Well today we’ve managed to get our hands on a couple of pictures showing what appears to be the case of the upcoming iPad Air 2. We know quite a few things about the iPad Air 2 so far though. Starting with the famous Touch ID sensor, the iPad Air 2 is to reportedly get a touch sensor. In addition to this, for the first time, the display of the device is to be integrated with the front panel. This will be a huge help in the thickness department and will make the device significantly thicker. Also, the iPad Air 2 will be getting Apple’s A8 processor and an 8 MP camera.


As we know, September is approaching and with it we can expect to see Apple’s this year’s lineup of products. According to those working at the company, it might be the company’s most exciting product lineup up to date. With it, we can also expect the next model of Apple’s flagship iPad Air. The iPad Air 2 is to be Apple’s sixth generation tablet, and with it we can expect several changes and upgrades from the previous versions. We’ve seen several rumors related to the iPad Air 2 over the past few weeks and months and now, in this post lets see what can be expected from the next iPad Air, based on all of them.


Razer is known throughout the world for it’s smart design and high performing products – particularly in the gaming end. The company was also looking to revolutionize the way gaming PCs are build. To do this, Razer introduced their Project Christine concept design this January, and boy did it look impressive. Project Christine was to be completely modular which meant that all of the components in it could be easily installed, moved and replaced. All the components in the Razer Christine were to be installed in a central rack, complete with the rig being covered with cooling tubes and green LEDs all over. This meant that all the components in the Razer Christine would be liquid cooled and the design was also to feature noise cancellation features to enable effortless overclocking. Sadly, the design was only a concept with further development expected to take place. And even more sadly, Razer seems to have run into some hurdles regarding Christine development.


Razer CEO Speaks About The Difficulty In Getting OEMs On Board For Development On Project Christine

When Christine was announced, it was expected to be a difficult slope to climb, with development challenges. This is because Razer has to get partner support in order to get work done on the Christine. Razer CEO Min Lian Tan has spoken about the Christine in an interview. According to what we were able to gather from Mr. Tan’s words, the Razer Christine should not be expected to hit the markets soon. Speaking on the OEM issue, Mr. Tan said: “The challenge is that it’s not something we’d like to undertake alone,” Tan said. “We’ve had conversationis with OEMs. It’s not entirely promising right now because OEMs are excited about pushing products and not really innovating on that front.” This sheds light on the fact that manufacturers are interested more towards earning revenue and clearing out their inventories rather than focusing towards changing consumer demands. Mr. Tan also highlighted the issue previously in March.

However, Christine should not be completely struck off the books. Mr. Tan also commented on talks and negotiations being underway with OEMs and said: “We’ve had good conversations,” he offered. “We’ll have announcements through the end of the year. We’re hoping to get two to three OEM partners on board.” To be fair, Project Christine in itself had ambitious aims, so its only natural that delays are taking place. All we can do now is hope that talks with OEMs are successful and that Razer has some good news for us by the end of the year. In addition, the longer it takes, the more better end product can be expected. Razer hasn’t disappointed with its products and lets hope that same will be the case with Christine.


Singaporean manufacturer Razer known throughout the world for its products catering to the specific needs of gamers has made some new announcements. The company is well known for its high quality products, and it looks like they’ve decided to try to make significant dents in the PC chassis market as well. This time, instead of directly manufacturing PC cases, Razer has decided to ‘outsource’ its designers to third party manufacturers. The ‘Designed by Razer’ program ”is open to selected case manufacturers, and it is subject to a rigorous vetting process by the award-winning Razer design and engineering team prior to approval. The new enterprise aims to take advantage of Razer’s design expertise and product engineering sensibilities.” according to the official press release.


NZXT To Launch The ‘H440′ Starting From
Next Month. The H440 To Be The First Case Designed and Manufactured Under The Licensing Program

Earlier this year, Razer showed off a new product in the works called ‘Christine’. The Christine featured an innovative design and allowed for active liquid cooling plus noise cancellation. It allowed factory overclocking of components without cancelling any warranties. However it seems to be highly unlikely that we will be seeing the Christine in the market anytime soon. But, under the Designed by Razer program, the company has entered into a partnership with case manufacturer NZXT. NZXT will now lanuch the H440, and the case is the end result of a collaboration between the two manufacturers.


The electronics giant Samsung introduced new accessories for its Galaxy Core smartphone this Friday. These add-ons are aimed towards helping it’s visually impaired users interact with their environment easily. According to a release on its press website, the accessories were designed after thorough research and in-depth interviews. These are a rare release which function an altruistic purpose by the Korean electronics giant.

The UltraSonic cover, Optical Scan Stand and Voice Label

New Features include detection of objects at a distance, scanning of documents and object distinction.

The first accessory is called the ultrasonic cover. This cover will be able to provide information about objects in the user’s proximit. It will use ultrasonic frequency to gain information of its surrounding.This will provide the user with the ability to gain knowledge about obstacles and unknown environments. The cover will provide information about potential obstacles either through a vibration or a voice alert.

Xperia Z2 vs Galaxy S5 water

With the official announcement of Samsung Galaxy S5 two days away, a variety of cases from Spigen have already started popping up on the internet. Amazon being one of the online retailer listed a host of Spigen cases for the yet unannounced Galaxy S5 smartphone by Samsung. We will definitely know what the flagship from Samsung holds for us in terms of software, hardware and design not long from now, but for now, it would seem that Samsung Galaxy S5 may feature two variants judging by the cases that are mounted on the following S5 mockups.

Galaxy S5 variants

Samsung Galaxy S5 variants:

galaxy s5 launch date price specs

Samsung Galaxy S5 is rumored to be released with a premium model. According to the reports, premium version of Galaxy S5 will carry a metal body sporting a diamond-coated chassis. The reports are coming from Korean media ETNews.

Samsung Galaxy S5 diamond-coated chassis:

samsung galaxy s5 premium

holiday gift ideas

Confused about selecting gifts for your loved ones this Christmas? Let us help you select some very affordable and yet useful gifts. These Christmas gift ideas will suit teenagers, siblings, friends, and office colleagues. From iPad covers to speaker docks, save this holiday season and make your beloveds happy!

Christmas gift ideas:

- SPIGEN SGP Screen Protector for iPhone:

galaxy s5 launch date price specs

It’s crazy! 2013 went so good in terms of newer smartphones and newer ideas (hint: curved displays and good looks), and we are already set for the new year to bring more goodness. 2014 smartphones are ready to take the specs, designs and looks a little better than before. Much anticipated, here are the top 2014 Android smartphones that we are excited about; pretty sure, you too are!

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2014 smartphones to look forward to:

Gold iPhone

The iPhone Gold 5S is now a confirmed color of choice that will be available to a prospective iPhone buyer. The iPhone Gold 5S will not be technically pure gold in color, reports indicate that when saying iPhone Gold 5S we should think champagne and not ingots. We think that the Golden iPhone will exceed sales predictions because of a number of reasons.

iPhone Gold 5S

Top Reasons Why the iPhone Gold 5S will exceed sales expectation.

The iPhone Gold 5S is not Pure Gold in Color

Yes that’s right one of the major reasons in our arsenal is the fact that the iPhone Gold 5S is not pure gold. Why ? you ask, well its simple: The pure gold color has long since been associated with excessive bling and has begun to look highly unaesthetic since. The Pure Gold was bought by filthy rich people or the elite – a mark of status rather then beauty. The Gold iPhone will give you the best of both worlds: Beauty, Elegance and Status.

iPhone 5S Pictures
Gadgets Hardware

Keeping up with the loads of rumors coming up for the next-gen iPhone, the latest one is about Apple finally using unbreakable LiquidMetal for iPhone 5S and the next generation iPad casing. This rumor had first started with Apple iPhone 5, but as we saw it dint make to the iPhone 5. This time though, things are looking a bit more realistic.

Only yesterday the patent was approved for “bulk amorphous alloy sheet forming processes”, granted to the Crucible Intellectual Property. This patent would allow manufacturers to produce sheets of metallic glass of


Corsair Obsidian 900D

Corsair has unleashed its latest Corsair Obsidian 900D chassis at CES 2013. The Corsair Obsidian 900D is the successor to the Obsidian 800D and has been codenamed ‘Godzilla’ since it clearly represents it in terms of                      size.

Corsair Obsidian 900D – Godzilla of PC Cases

The Corsair Obsidian 900D is built to support all motherboard formats from E-ATX form factor of EVGA’s SR-2 motherboard all the way up to XL-ATX and HP-ATX formats. Corsair Obsidian 900D is built on a steel and cast aluminum frame with solid steel panels and a fully painted interior. The side comes with a large see-through window and also a mesh panel below it which can accommodate four 120mm fans.


Cooler Master, an industry leading chassis, thermal solution, peripheral, and accessory manufacturer today unveils the LAN box that takes the form to a whole new height, HAF XB. Packing full ATX motherboard support, modular features, portability, and excellent cooling, HAF XB comes in as the LAN box to beat.

NZXT Phantom 820_1

NZXT, a leading manufacturer of PC hardware today announced its next generation of Crafted Series Phantom line of Chassis by unleashing the Phantom 820 Full Tower Chassis. 

NZXT Phantom

NZXT Corporation, A leading hardware and PC Chassis manufacturer would be launching its Next Generation NZXT Phantom Chassis in a matter of days, the official site has been updated with a teaser image of the upcoming Phantom case alongwith a countdown timer which shows the exact time of arrival.

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