With Kinect we saw a who new way for us to interact with our computers and environment, which brought along with it a whole new enthusiasm for motion controlled computing.
I currently run a dual monitor system, a 24″ Samsung and a 24″ Acer, and as nice as they are I’ve been wanting to do some upgrading to a set of 27″ or 32″ monitors and I gotta admit this new monitor from AOC are definitely something that I wouldn’t mind have sitting on my desk.
As anyone who reads Winextra regularly will know I have a thing for multi-monitor setups, and have ever since I got my first dual monitor setup (and now wanting to add a third monitor to the mix). So when I see a collection of awesome looking multi-monitor setups I go running for the drool towel and dream about doing the same thing.
While the iPhone 5 is only being delivered starting today to those loyal customers who can’t resist a *new* iPhone the folks at iPhone.nl decided to see what people would do if they came across an iPhone on the sidewalk; except there’s a catch – it’s glued to the sidewalk.
In the lead up to the big *yawn* Apple event to announce the iPhone 5 to the world one of the biggest rumors that got everyone worked up was the one that said Apple was going to be switching from their 30-pin connector that is used on all their mobile products with a new smaller one.
Want to be first in line to grab yourself one of the new Apple iPod Touch’s or Nano’s; unlike the iPhone which is already sold out, then you might want to head over to Amazon and pony up for the preorder of them.