In reality, do you really want to carry a stand alone camera in order to get some descent pictures. Didn't think so. The Relonch APS-C iPhone Camera Case ($499) is in its pre-order stage and aims to provide magazine quality images for iPhone 5/6 users. The case features a full size APS-C sensor, a large aperture lens and a unique image processing algorithm. All of this allows you to make great pictures even in low light situations. All you have to do is slide your phone into the cases lightning jack and the camera automatically comes on. It even has a photo helper called 'Guru'. Just click the Guru button in the Relonch camera app and based on what's on your screen you'll get voice advice on how to create the best shot. Expected delivery is late 2015.
The Alienware Area-51 Gaming PC ($TBA) will be released later this year and it looks to be a groundbreaking gaming system providing 4k video. The first thing you notice is the shape of the PC which is no accident. The triad-design creates optimized thermal management, the ability to easily access internals, and front and rear I/O panels and ports. But the biggest advantage of the design is its ability to support up to three full-length double-wide graphics cards to deliver 11520x2160 resolution across multiple Ultra HD 4K monitors. Additional features include availability of 6 or 8-core Intel i7 extreme processors, up to 32GB of 2133Mhz DDR4 memory, and the ability to utilize a combination of solid state and hard drive storage for the best of performance and storage.
Welcome to our daily series “The Daily Roundup“, where we scour the web and provide you with links to all the happenings around the world that we’ve found. 1. LeBron James, Miami Heat Protest Donald Sterling Before Playoff Game - Mashable2. You can now use the iPhone for free, as long as you don't mind old gear - Engadget3. Donald Sterling Sure Isn't Going to Like Us Printing This Photo of Him Sitting Courtside With Chris Tucker - Esquire4. Apple's MacBook Air is now $100 cheaper and has a slightly faster processor - Engadget5. How Would Lag Feel in Real Life? This Ad Uses Oculus Rift to Find Out - Mashable6. Microsoft donates $1 billion to help US schools buy PCs - Engadget7. Suspect dead, 6 injured in FedEx shooting - NY Post
Looking for something a little crazy, a little dramatic, and a little unforgettable? Then you are looking for American Psycho ($5). Directed by Mary Harron, this 2000 classic follows an executive in investment banking as he tries to hide his alter ego from friends and co-workers. His journey into his gratuitous and illogical fantasies creates a movie that's both disturbing and enthralling at the same time. Starring Christian Bale, Justin Theroux, and Josh Lucas, this movie puts you into the mind of a psychopath. It's easy to see how this was Christian Bale's breakout role. Even 13 years later, this movie is a favorite.
The BMW R69S Thompson By ER Motorcycles ($NFS) was commissioned by a German Doctor who wanted his own version of ER's mobster build. The Result was the Thompson, whose name comes from the submachine gun favorited by gangsters in the 1920s. The latest ER build is compact, and reliable just like its namesake. Blaz, wanted to up his last build, so he made sure this new one hinted at history and craftsmanship, but also contained some of today's modern tech. The bike ended up being a frankenstein made from various BMW components including a R69S frame, engine from an R100, rear wheel from an R50/5 and a swingarm from an R80. Basically everything else is custom.
The Parrot RNB6 Infotainment System ($TBA) may just be the product for those looking to replace an out of date stereo system. What makes the Parrot stands out is that you can either use Android's Android Auto or Apple's CarPlay OS. So whether you use Android or Apple devices this head unit will work with IT. So how does it work? Basically your just plug in your phone, and choose CarPlay or Android Auto to display apps from your phone on the units screen. In stand alone mode, it uses Android 5.0 which provides nav, driving assistance service, advanced voice commands for telephony, apps, radio and navigation. Additional features include a 7" screen and audio sound stage adjustments. The RNB6 is expected to drop later in 2015 and the price is expected to run between $600-$700. But for those of who like the clean factory look, how will the unit integrates into our current dashes is going to be a major consideration.