For some people, listening to music isn’t a passive and disengaged activity; it’s an all-consuming experience. For these people, the idea of wearing low-quality earbuds, or worse yet, listening to music through a poorly designed speaker dock is just a cruel tease.
It took a while for the whole world to catch up to the HDTV movement, but nowadays you have to go out of your way even to find a TV that’s not HD. A similar situation exists with camcorders, although there are still plenty of SD camcorders for sale. Even so, JVC has just announced the GY-HMQ10, a handheld 4K camcorder that you’ll be able to buy in March.
Lighted portable keyboards offer an extremely intuitive and user-friendly method for learning to play piano. In order to play a song, the first keys that need to be pressed are illuminated, and the next notes in the tune light up after the previous set have been played, so the user knows exactly where to strike in succession.
When the Fujifilm Finepix X100 made its debut it made more than a few hearts flutter, but it also left more than a few photographers wishing it had more than a fixed, semi-wide angle lens. Enter the Fujifilm X-Pro1.
Ever since Fujifilm released the FinePix X100 last March, fans and enthusiasts have been clamoring for a black version of the camera. Available until now only in a silver finish, the X100 is a premium digital rangefinder camera with a 23mm f/2 lens (equivalent to 35mm on a 35mm camera) and 12.3 megapixel APS-C-sized CMOS image sensor.
Samsung has introduced a quartet of point-and-shoot cameras, each with a particular user in mind. Though varied in form and function, each of the new cameras shares what has seemingly become Samsung’s clean, Bauhaus-inspired approach to product design.