The Hyper-Ergonomic Stylus Pen by David Craig

Architect David Craig and Dublin Design Studio have launched a crowd-funding campaign on Kickstarter for Scriba – a stylus designed with the input of hundreds of illustrators, designers, architects, animators, artists, mobile workers and tablet users that aims to make sketching for architects and designers more natural than ever. The design avoids the traditional approach to styluses, realizing that a digital tool should do more than emulate pens or pencils. With no buttons, the user controls line weights and program functions with their grip. The ergonomic body, after countless 3D-printed prototypes, sits comfortably in one’s hand, reducing fatigue. Scriba has a battery life of 35 days of constant use, or 6 months on standby.

$14,000 Super-Secure Android Solarin

Israeli start-up Sirin Labs unveiled a new Android device that boasts “military grade” security and a price tag of $14,000. For specifications, the Solarin features a 5.5-inch IPS LED display with a 2K (1440×2560 pixels) , Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 processor, it runs on 4GB of RAM, 23.8-megapixel, Sony-made camera and a quad-LED flash and it has 128GB of non-expandable internal storage. A chip-to-chip 256-bit AES encryption technology is also integrated into the device, backed up by security firms Zimperium and Koolspan.The phone is available online and can be grabbed from its first store in Mayfair, London from June 1 and Harrods, Knightsbridge from June 30.

Google ARA Modular Phone

Google showed off their Project Ara, a modular phone concept, to the masses about a year ago. Now, after much tinkering, the phone that allows you to swap out components is here. Shown off in what should be close to its final form, Ara is set to ship to developers this fall. The frame of the unique, Mondrian-looking smartphone contains six flexible slots so users can swap in the items they need. Depending on who you ask, and maybe on the day, Ara is either the future of the phone – a forever-lasting, totally personal device – or an impossible pipe dream.

Acer Ferrari Smartphone Special Edition

Acer for fans of brand Ferrari created a mobilephone based on Liquid E. The device is in daring bright red corporate colors of the Italian brand and with a powerful filling. The phone has a large touch screen 3.5-inch, 5-megapixel camera, and “under the hood” of novelty lies one of the most powerful mobile processors Snapdragon. Special edition features a bright red corp with the familiar shield of Ferrari, surrounded by a strip of carbon fiber; a microphone, designed in the style of the air intake of “Formula 1” car, as well as special screensavers, wallpapers and ringtones. There was nothing reported about the price of the device, but you can be sure logo of Ferrari on the corp will cost you enough.

Luxury Cellphone Celsius X VI II

Luxury products always attract everyones attention. For example as this ultra stylish cellphone. Celsius X VI II consists of 547 mechanical components assembled by hand. The body is transparent, so owners can check out all phone’s mechanical details. In addition to manual work, this mobile phone looks very interesting. Virtually no pity to give 275 000 dollars for it. To continue the theme of luxury stuff check our last post about luxury watches.

Cellphone “Dial” with Rotary Dial

Concept of cellphone named Dial with retro elements was created by designer Jung Dae Hoon. At one hand it’s incredibly beautiful fashion accessory, at other – cellular phone with rotary dial – you want to dial a number you need to simply touch it. Numbers are displayed by projection lights. Very clever and aesthetic idea, but it’s just not quite clear how to talk on this phone and how it will be convenient.

Mimeo – Surprising Concept of Cellphone

An intersting concept of mobile cellphone was developed by designer Sam James Chu. If you’re tired to type a message or to search for the caller’s name in your phone this phone is for you. This interactive cellphone Mimeo is a pen by itself. Just write down the person’s name or phone number at the hand and then press the call button to start the conversation. Such solution greatly saves the time needed for typing. Maximum comfortable navigation through the menus provided by a touch OLED-display. Besides it have very stylish look and many variations of design. One thing is unknown for me. Using keyboard during many years I forgot how to write understandable. Will this cellphone detect my doodles?