The new Samsung Galaxy tab was released on Monday and already crazy new additions to it have come out of the woodwork. Introducing the more sparkly version of the Tab – the result of a Micro Anvika and CrystalRoc collaboration.
This already impressive tablet has been blinged-up with 5,700 hand-placed Swarovski crystals. The logo is also customisable but is shown here in in Jet Hematite.
Stunning…yes. Unnecessary…definitely. This piece of Fashionology should only be pursued if you have £2,700 spare in the bank, otherwise stick to the average £499 un-glittery version, which is also very stylish it must be said.
If you want to get your hands on one, or you simply want to gaze at its Edward-Cullen-esque beauty, then pop down to the Micro Anvika section of Harrods where it is being exclusively sold.
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If you thought that smart phones were a genius method of portable computing, then you clearing haven’t heard of Sony’s Nextep computer bracelet concept, cultivated by Hiromi Kiriki.
OLED technology is on its way, and has been the buzz word on everyone’s lips since this year’s Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Sony has come up with an OLED (Organic Light Emitting Diode) device that can be wrapped around your wrist and worn as a bracelet, tjhat could also come in a variation of colours to match your wardrobe!
OLED screens are around 200 times thinner than a human hair, making it the perfect malleable material for a wrist computer. This is exciting the inner Inspector Gadget in me!
This bracelet will function as a PC via a holographically projected screen complete with pull out keyboard panels. In theory, it will have full internet access, and if successfully executed will be the “must have” accessory of 2020.
Watch this space…
Via PC Site
Images Via Yanko
I stumbled across these amazing industrial looking jewellery pieces at makermarket.com. They are made from old watch parts and Swarovski crystals, another Fashionology beaut! Check them out…
This gold one is my absolute favourite!
Which would you wear?