Goldgenie has done it again with its latest customisation for the iPhone 6. It comes with a hefty price tag of $3.5 Million (about RM12.6 Million). Of course, this iPhone is exactly the same iPhone 6 that everyone is holding in their hands but what makes it different is the fact that it is covered in solid gold and covered in diamonds.
Targus has just announced a series of products for the latest line of Apple devices including the MacBook series, iPhone 6 Plus and iPad Air 2. Targus has redesigned its cases to offer users protection and comfort for their Apple devices. Targus has also released the pricing and availability status of their new range of Apple accessories – the Groove X collection, iPhone 6 Plus cases and iPad Air 2 cases.
Swiss watch maker, Swatch has announced that it will release a smartwatch within the next three months and it will likely be a direct competitor to the Apple Watch. The wearable is said to be compatible with Windows and Android (iOS was suspiciously missing), and also not require charging.
This will definitely be one of the strangest phones you’ll see this year. Introducing the Heart 401AB, a heart-shaped phone that can make calls and only calls. It doesn’t have a camera, or even SMS functionality. This oddly-shaped phone maybe quirky but there’s actually more to it.
It looks like Norton isn’t content with just keeping you safe when you’re on the computer and when you’re connected to the internet, the security company wants to keep your pockets safe too. Norton is working with Betabrand, a San Francisco-based company, to make a pair of jeans and blazer that can prevent thieves from stealing your identity right out of your pockets.
Everybody wants a slice of the wearable market, and Intel enters the market with the introduction of the MICA, or “My Intelligent Communication Accessory”. Designed by Opening Ceremony and is meant to work without a smartphone and Intel aims to sell the MICA to “fashion-forward” women with its appeal as a fashion accessory.
Just in time for the upcoming final rounds of AFF Suzuki Cup 2014 that will take place later this month, Nike Malaysia today has unveiled the latest kit for our national football team. In terms of colorways, the new home and away jersey for Harimau Malaya still remain the same as their predecessors that were released in 2012 but of course, there are still quite a number of differences.
We are pretty sure that many of you here might have owned or had an encounter with Casio products at least once regardless of your age. From wrist watches to calculators to cameras to musical instruments, Casio products can be found everywhere since decades ago.
Despite that, Casio actually never had any official presence in Malaysia and depended on distributors such as Marco Corporation who is the exclusive distributor for Casio timepieces since 1972 to spread Casio products in Malaysia. That changes this year though…and the company really wants you to know that Casio is now officially in Malaysia. For real.
Bespoke sneakers have always had that allure knowing that you are the only person in the world with that particular pair of sneakers. Nike have been doing it for a very long time with the Nike ID service and if you are lucky enough, the Nike Bespoke from 21 Mercer. None of these services however allow you to do what Adidas is doing with their ZX Flux series starting at the end of the year – Print your very own photos right on your shoe.
With the adidas Photo Print App for the ZX Flux, you can snap a picture with your phone and get them printed on the upper of the ZX Flux. In a teaser by Adidas Originals, they put the date as August 2014. This could be a very good thing or a complete disaster waiting to happen. No word on price or availability outside of the US just yet, but as with most other customisable shoes, don’t hold your breath.
(Source: Nice Kicks)