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Samsung Galaxy Gear is a perfect combination device further integrating the Samsung Galaxy experience into everyday life. Letting you experience new mobile communications freedoms, the Gear lets you live in the moment while staying connected. With just more than a quick glance, users can simply pick up their Samsung Galaxy devices. With voice operation, hands-free calls can be conducted directly from the Gear. With the Memographer feature and a 1.9MP camera, you can create visual records which otherwise might be missed. Finally, the Galaxy Gear also serves as a wristwatch preloaded with 10 different clock options. Six colours will be available at launch: jet black, mocha grey, oatmeal beige, rose gold, and lime green. Samsung Galaxy Gear will be available in more than 140 countries around the world starting from Sept 25, at US$299 (9,500 baht) apiece. 


Sony SmartWatch 2 expands your Android experience and introduces new and exciting ways to live and communicate. It interacts with your smartphone over Bluetooth and what's happening in your life is mirrored in your watch. You can easily keep track of everything without taking your phone out of your pocket. Get notifications. Control your music. See who's calling. When a call, message or other notification comes in, the Sony SmartWatch acts as an Android smartphone remote and gently vibrates on your wrist to let you know. And a multi-layer colour touchscreen lets you browse and read all your notifications. With an impressive sunlight-readable display, you can take the SmartWatch 2 anywhere. Just pair it with your NFC phone by touching once device on the other. Instant and easy. If the two devices have been out of Bluetooth range of each other, it is easy to reconnect. One touch is all it takes. Working with any smartphone or tablet running Android 4.0 or later, SmartWatch is now priced at 199 (8,500 baht).


Would you like to save paper and write smoothly with an electronic notebook as if you were writing with a regular pen and notepad? If the answer is yes, this is just right for you. The Sharp WG-N20 is capable of saving 2,000 pages/100 notebooks so that you can create many notebooks for both personal and professional purposes and manage them easily. Passcodes can also be set in order to feel safer to carry around. By connecting it to your PC with the accompanying Micro-USB cable, you can back up and transfer between the electronic notebook and the PC. Sporting a 6-inch display with a resolution of 600 x 800, and measuring 11.1cm x 15.5cm, the WG-N20 is about 1cm thick, weighs 210g, and works for up to 60 hours on a single charge. Bundled with a stylus so you can treat it as an actual notepad, this Japan-exclusive Sharp WG-N20 Digital Notepad is marketed at circa US$150 (4,800 baht), just a little more expensive than a carbon pencil.


Providing complete access to today's radio stations broadcast over FM and digital radio or over the internet as the classic world receiver did for previous generations, the new Geneva WorldRadio is a contemporary take on the classic world receiver: a radio that could receive all available radio stations of their time. Connect using the built-in wireless Bluetooth receiver with an internet-capable device, such as a smartphone or tablet, and you can stream all available internet stations.

Featuring a high-performance audio system it plays mid and high frequencies with absolute accuracy, and produces warm, rich bass below 80Hz. It has a digital colour display with touch controls, digital FM tuner, Bluetooth receiver and alarm clock. Other audio sources and be connected via the 3.5mm line input. The rechargeable lithium polymer battery provides more than five hours of music playback.

Coming in black, red or silver, and available in Thailand at iStudio and Stuff by Banana IT, the Geneva WorldRadio retails at 7,990 baht.


Snug, lightweight and perfectly mobile, the new sleek, upscale high-fidelity Spirit One mobile headphones offer a signature and sound performance that are 100% focal. Checking in at 225g, Spirit One comes with an aluminum frame, and is equipped with an iPhone/iPad/iPod remote control. Although it's comfy, lightweight and mobile, Spirit One remains first and foremost focal headphones _ in other words audiophile headphones. The closed-back circumaural design covers the whole ear to offer cutting-edge sound insulation. Sound reproduction is optimal: punchy, tight bass, no smearing and refined, sharp mids that are full and highly detailed, plus a wide bandwidth. Tonal aspect, definition, yield and dynamics are all that await you. Focal Spirit One Mobile Headphones retail now for 9,990 baht at an iStudio near you.

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