- BornRich launches Richfiles, community generated luxury encyclopedia
- LandingZone: A brilliant docking station for Apple MacBook Airs
- Crunch: A piggy bank that lets adults develop a habit of saving money
- Record me: A personalized way to digitize your notes
Posted: 06 Jan 2012 01:16 AM PST
It brings us immense joy to announce that BornRich, our sister blog at Instamedia Network, has launched Richfiles, the world's biggest community generated luxury encyclopedia. If you are interested in the lifestyle of the super rich, there is not a place better than Rich Files. The Rich Files will give users a one-of-a-kind opportunity to curate content for the collaborative wiki. At Rich Files, you have all the freedom to edit information, images, videos and other media. Registration on the site is completely free.
What I personally liked the most is the way the profiles of the world's super rich have been showcased on the site. It gives a full insight into the lavish lifestyle of the rich people, with major focus on their assets. Take a tour to check out the features and see how you can become part of Richfiles, the world's biggest luxury encyclopedia.
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Posted: 06 Jan 2012 01:08 AM PST
Abdul Vahid V:
Apple MacBook Air notebooks are ultra thin notebooks, which require some brilliant accessories, indeed. This is what the Cupertino-based designer Kitae Kwon has managed to develop with a superb docking station. What Kwon calls LandingZone is an amazing docking station for both the versions of MacBook Airs – 11-inch and 13-inch. Of course, the docking station is as perfect and elegant as the Apple notebooks.
The Docking Station for the MacBook Air by Kitae Kwon
The LandingZone is not just a splendorous contrivance only; it is highly rich with all essential components. The MacBook Air docking station mounts total of four USB 2.0 ports. You no longer have to attach a separate USB hub with your computer now. The docking station also sports built-in 10/100T Ethernet port and mini display port to drive a resolution up to 2560 x 1440 pixels. Moreover, the dock is up with a locking port with all the Kensington locks to help you secure your MacBook Air.
What makes it stunning is that Kitae Kwon has designed the LandingZone for both MacBook Air versions. The dock is extremely beautiful with superb engineering making it as simple, elegant and functional as MacBook Airs. The docking station comes with US power adapter that helps accept wide range of input voltage (100-240 Vac). Designer of the docking station raised fund for the project on Kickstarter. Getting about 500 backers with a huge $82,489, the LandingZone is about to move for mass production. The new MacBook Air docking station will soon come in stores. We can look forward for it.
Posted: 05 Jan 2012 03:37 PM PST
When we look at kids saving their coins in a small toy bank, don’t we too feel like becoming a part of their group? Even if we have a requirement or not, it seems to be a fun activity to save some money in our own piggy banks. This money box, Crunch, has especially been designed for adults who wish to save some coins for occasional requirements or even as a hobby. Created by the designers Trevor Vaugh and Nic Shannon, this money collector has a shape that reminds us of a cute tall kid who always keeps smiling when he gets a coin on his hand.
Crunch is created in a long tubular form that has a small foot and two strong arms. With its little footprint and arms, it offers a welcoming gesture while happily hanging or leaning against a wall or just anywhere in the house where coins need to be saved. It has specifically been given such a positive face so the users gets motivated to save money when they look at it. On the other hand, its cork stopper allows saving a handful of coins together. One would always want to tip it for doing its work so well.
Crunch, with its strong arms can lean or hang happily around the home
This lean kid has multipurpose arms that can also be used as handy hooks during the time it remains hung on a sidewall. You may hang your blazer or a light bag on to its arms. If you place this money collector in a corner on the floor, its arms would act as the standing support. You may feed it some coins from the top, or it can also gulp coins through its mouth. When you need some coins, just open its cork to take them out. Crunch is a very cool object to keep anywhere where the money is.
Via: Vaugh Shannon
Posted: 05 Jan 2012 01:20 PM PST
Does it happen that you sometimes have to suddenly go out of the house and there is no choice except to leave a note to tell your wife or husband about it? Or, does it happen that you need to urgently explain something to one of your team members at work, but have to attend a sudden meeting with your boss? If yes, here is a special device to help you tackle such kind of situations in a stylish manner. Now, you may not need to leave a detailed paper note and waste your time creating it. You may quickly digitize your analog note in your own voice with this unique device named ‘Record me.’
This device records your voice message with just the press of a button. You will first be required to turn its recorder left or right to set at an empty station that has empty memory to record the message. You may then record your voice by pressing a push button given on the device, after which a red light will display. When you are done, the button needs to be pressed again to stop the recording and save the message. This saved message is displayed through a white light on the particular station point.
Record Me provides a unique way to digitize your analog note message, instead of writing, you can now leave voice messages.
‘Record me’ can save up to 12 messages, and you may also delete a message by pushing and holding the button. This device is an informative and fun way to leave messages. Through this convenient option, you may easily record several personalized notes while you are away from a person. This device offers a more personal option to deliver your messages in comparison to the written notes, because the listener would not only hear your voice but also understand the intonation with which you have left the message.
Via: Luc Van Hoeckel
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