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Eames EA 217 Schwarz - Bürostühle - POPfurniture. Eames EA 217 Bürostuhl Das amerikanische Designer Ehepaar Charles und Ray Eames sind mit ihren außergewöhnlichen und modernen Designs Revolutionäre in der Möbelgeschichte! Die Eames Stühle sind heutzutage aus vielen Inneneinrichtungen nicht mehr weg zu denken. Dieses Replikat des Eames EA 217 ist mit seinen üppigen Polstern und der mittelhohen Rückenlehne ein sehr komfortables Bürostuhl-Model.

Es ist manuell Möglich die Höhe des Stuhls zu verstellen. Des Weiteren, hat er eine Neigemöglichkeit, dessen Winkel regulierbar ist. Der Stuhl sitz auf einem Gestell mit 5 Rollen, das einem mehr Flexibilität am Arbeitsplatz ermöglicht. Die Kissen des Sitzes und der Rückenlehne sind mit bequemem Schaumstoff gepolstert. Eames EA 217 Bürostuhl Varianten Der Eames EA ist ein ergonomischer und moderner Bürostuhl. In unserem Webshop finden Sie auch weitere elegante Bürostühle. ReMarkable "paper tablet" has sketches, notes and documents in its sights. Computers may be where the office grunt work gets done, but deep-thought work and conceptualization can still benefit from a bit of scribbling on paper, if for no other reason than avoiding the distractions of notifications, sidebars, open apps and a multitude of open browser tabs.

The newly-announced reMarkable "paper tablet" is designed to replace your ancillary papers – notes, sketches and documents included – with one device that offers a convincing real-paper look and feel. As a digital device, reMarkable has a few advantages over paper: It reduces waste and clutter, syncs with all your devices via the cloud, and documents can easily be re-organized and shared. Of course, there are plenty of other devices already on the market being touted for their note-taking abilities, but reMarkable stands apart because it is intended to be both an e-reader and an e-writer.

Most devices are largely one or the other, or something entirely different. View gallery - 3 images. Keezel. Select a Perk Protect your privacy and security on WiFi networks Free WiFi is everywhere and you love it. But every time your connect to WiFi you expose yourself to identity theft and data leakage. Also, did you know that your colleagues at work can see when you are chatting on Facebook on your phone when on the company network? Keezel protects your privacy and security online, in coffee shops, hotels, airports, at work and even at home.

See what you want, visit what you like Many governments censor the internet, blocking voices of opposition from Facebook, Twitter and other websites. Connect your keezel to the country of your choice and enjoy the internet as if you are there. Privacy and Security in 3 easy Steps Get your keezelSwitch it on with 1 button, that's all there isGet your privacy, feel secure and connect to whatever you want, you are in control! Unique server network, Worldwide Your keezel chooses the best available connection, everytime you connect! As seen on This is keezel Timeline. Review: This premium, German-designed car charger is smarter than most. The Zus is a compact smart car charger from Palo Alto-based company Nonda that features LED highlights for ease of use at night, a smart chip and dual USB ports that allows it to simultaneously rapid-charge two mobile devices, along with iOS/Android apps that helps you locate your vehicle and even avoid parking tickets.

Gizmag recently took one for a test drive. Designed in Germany, and with a retail price of over US$35, the Zus is certainly priced at a premium compared to similar $10 devices you'll find at your local 7-Eleven. The question is whether it's really worth the extra cash. Look and Feel Looks-wise, it's a winner. The device itself feels high quality and is surprisingly compact, especially when fully inserted into a DC outlet in your vehicle. The springs that hold the Zus in place when inserted into an outlet run nearly the length of the charger and provide solid connections. Performance German Bayer plastic makes up the exterior of the unit. The app Wrap-up. Keezel: Online Freedom for every device everywhere | Indiegogo. Wacom Bamboo Spark creates digital copies of written notes – no special paper required.

If you want a smartpen – which digitizes your handwriting and transmits it to a computer or mobile device – you currently have your choice of models including the Neo Smartpen N2, the LiveScribe Sky or the Orée Stylograph. All of those pens, however, require you to use special paper that's unique to that particular product. By contrast, Wacom's just-announced Bamboo Spark system works with a non-electronic pen and whatever A5-sized paper you've got on hand.

The three earlier-mentioned smartpens all have tiny cameras located by the nib, that are able to gauge the pen's position on the page by imaging patterns printed on the paper. Bamboo Spark instead utilizes a smart folio, which the paper is laid upon. That folio contains an electro-magnetic resonance board, which is able to sense the location of the tip of the included Bamboo Spark ballpoint pen. This allows it to record pen strokes (it doesn't matter if it's text or drawings), and their position relative to one another on the page. Doxie Go Wi-Fi Scanner | Gizmag Store. Tired of wasting space on piles of paperwork, old photos, and mementos? Doxie Go Wi-Fi makes it super easy to digitize all your paper, and create organized, easy-to-navigate catalogues. This specific model even features built-in Wi-Fi so you can get your scanning out of the way without a computer on hand. It’s small, it’s portable, it’s fast—it’s a welcome change of pace from the tedious flatbed scanners you’re used to.

LifeHacker’s Reader’s Choice Scan 300 pages per charge w/ the rechargeable batteryStore up to 450 documents w/ no computer required (more w/ SD card)Scan a variety of page sizes – from business card up to legal sizesSpeed through scanning tasks at 8 seconds per page Utilize the auto adjust function for smart cropping, contrast boosting & moreDownload the free app to organize, save & send scans to the cloudUse anywhere; features built-in Wi-FiAccess your scans w/ a compatible API.

This Startup Could Put An End To Personal Assistants | Caroline Fairchild. Store.gizmag. The Internet can be a scary place, packed full of hackers, government spies, identity thieves, and other degenerates. TigerVPN protects you from cyber crimes, and guarantees that your Internet activity stays anonymous. How? Connect to any of TigerVPN’s 61 servers worldwide to get fast, private access—free from location restrictions.

Yes, that means you can have your Netflix and watch it too no matter what country you’re visiting. Provides top-notch securityEncrypts all your browsing w/ a 256bit SSL encryption Includes 10Gbps servers optimized to limit latency globallyOffers access to 15 nodes (of the 61 available) covering 41 countries & 5 continentsDoesn’t limit your data; plus bandwidth health detection maintains performance at peak timesIncludes easy-to-use mobile appsAllows for a choice in encryption protocol – PPTP, L2TP, OpenVPN, etc. Olympus VP-10 promises to rid voice recordings of rustle. Take it from someone who knows, attending press conferences can sometimes be a bit of crush.

Imagine the disappointment of finding enough room to finally sit down and type up some notes from a handheld audio recorder, only to find that the words are muffled behind sounds of rustling clothes or are not loud enough to register on the device. Olympus says that its pocket-friendly VP-10 audio recorder makes both issues a thing of the past. In addition to the VP10's built-in noise-cancellation algorithm, users can also call upon something Olympus is calling Anti-Rustle technology.

This filter is reported capable of identifying the difference between a voice and those annoying brushing sounds you get when a hidden microphone rubs against clothing during an interview, and cuts out the rustling to leave a clear, high quality voice recording. Olympus has included four recording scenes for audio capture tweaked to match a recording environment. Product page: VP-10 pocket recorder. iKlips dual flash drive for iPhones, iPads, Macs and PCs is faster than the rest. Moving media between iOS devices for sharing or backup storage can be a hassle, especially without an internet connection.

The iKlips, the first dual (USB and Lightning) flash drive to feature a USB 3.0 connector, promises to make things easier (and faster than the competition) by offering a quicker, more convenient way to store and exchange files between iOS devices, Macs and PCs. View all The drive is encased in an aluminum alloy and sports a compact design (more so than its predecessors) complete with a clip for more convenient carrying. Available colors include red, silver, gold and space gray. Read/write speeds are a respectable 14/8 MB/s for the Lightning connector and 140/20 MB/s for the USB 3.0 connector. This is far from tapping the USB 3's maximum transfer speeds, but it does still make the iKlips the fastest dual drive of the bunch to date.

Power consumption for the iKlips is also said to be quite low, possibly thanks to the USB 3's new power-saving "idle status. " Share. New 12-in MacBook vs. 2015 MacBook Pro with Retina Display. A couple of weeks ago, Apple announced a product that many notebook users have been waiting on for years: an ultra-light and thin MacBook that also has a Retina Display. How does it size up next to Apple's pro-level laptop? Join Gizmag, as we compare the features and specs of the new 12-in MacBook and the 13-in MacBook Pro with Retina Display. View all Size The new MacBook is all about portability, as it's more compact than this 13-in Retina MacBook Pro – and much thinner. Specifically, the 13-in MacBook Pro with Retina Display (rMBP) is 11 percent taller, 12 percent wider and 37 percent thicker. Weight We're kicking off with the new MacBook's two most flattering categories, as it's also 42 percent lighter than the Retina MacBook Pro. Build No surprises here, as aluminum unibody designs are now standard across almost all of Apple's product lines.

Trackpad It also opens the door to a new way of interacting with your Mac: the Force Click. Colors Display (size) Display (resolution) Processor Storage. Clef wants to change the way we log into websites. It's had a good run, but the password's time is up. Remembering a unique unlock code for dozens of websites and apps is no longer very practical or very safe, and many different companies are exploring what comes next. One of those companies is Clef, which has developed a two-step verification system that uses an animated wave on your phone to confirm your identity. Two-step verification, now available on accounts with Google, Apple, Microsoft, Dropbox and many others, adds an additional security measure on top of a password. But existing methods typically rely on numerical codes and can be time-consuming to configure, which is why Clef thinks its new, streamlined approach has the edge. Clef apps are available for Android and iOS From the user end, you simply wave your phone at the screen and you're in (though a PIN or Touch ID confirmation is required initially).

Clef is far from the only company looking to revolutionize the login process. Source: Clef via TechCrunch Share. Tips for securing your data in the cloud. Whether you like it or not, a lot of your data is probably being stored in the cloud, and that's a trend that's not going to stop. While it is convenient to have your data available from virtually everywhere, it's also prone to security vulnerabilities.

Here are some tips on how to keep your cloud-based data private and secure. Check how your smartphone backs up photos If you have a modern smartphone, it's likely any photos and videos you take are backed up to the platform's respective cloud service – iCloud, OneDrive, etc. If you don't want your photos going to the cloud at all, disable the backup feature on your phone. It's also worth noting that deleting a photo from your phone doesn't mean it's deleted from the cloud, too. If you have devices on different platforms, keeping tack of all of your photos and videos can be a hassle.

Use two-factor authentication Most of the popular cloud services like Google, Dropbox, iCloud, and many others have the ability to set up 2FA. Share. Moleskine Livescribe notebooks digitize your notes and drawings in real-time. The Moleskine Livescribe notebook works with Livescribe smartpens and pairs with iOS devices to digitize hand-written or drawn content Image Gallery (4 images) Drawing or making notes with a computer pen or stylus doesn't have the same feeling as using a paper and pen. Sometimes, however, you want to digitize something that you've drawn or written by hand. The new Moleskine Livescribe notebooks let you do both at the same time. The notebooks have been created in partnership with smartpen manufacturer Livescribe, hence the name.

They will work with any Livescribe smartpen, including its latest model the Livescribe 3, which Gizmag featured last year. The Moleskine Livescribe uses normal paper with a special dotted pattern, which allows Livescribe smartpens to capture the location of what they write and draw. Handwriting recognition technology makes it possible for users to convert their handwriting into editable text that can be cut and pasted. Source: Moleskine, Livescribe Share. Asus rides first consumer Wave 2 802.11ac router to shore. At CES 2014 in January, Quantenna Communications revealed that the first consumer product to include its new QSR1000 4x4 Multi-User Multiple Input Multiple Output (MU-MIMO) chipset would be the Asus RT-AC87 home router.

The second generation (or Wave 2) 802.11ac Wi-Fi device, which promises potential throughput of up to 1.73 Gbps, is now being readied for shipping. Asus says that, as well as being a good fit for HD resolution (or better) video streams, low-latency gaming and large file sharing, the RT-AC87 is able to use the MU-MIMO chipset to serve different wireless devices simultaneously. This will allow for more efficient use of the available bandwidth than was possible with Wireless-N or Wave 1 routers. The router's four external antennas and advanced spatial streaming should also reduce the transmission's signal-to-noise ratio and improve the Wi-Fi signal's reliability. The company promises quick setup via a pre-installed, web-based user interface. Sources: Asus, Quantenna Share. Layered paper 3D printers: Full colour, durable objects at a fraction of the cost. Irish company Mcor's unique paper-based 3D printers make some very compelling arguments.

For starters, instead of expensive plastics, they build objects out of cut-and-glued sheets of standard 80 GSM office paper. That means printed objects come out at between 10-20 percent of the price of other 3D prints, and with none of the toxic fumes or solvent dips that some other processes require. View all Secondly, because it's standard paper, you can print onto it in full color before it's cut and assembled, giving you a high quality, high resolution color "skin" all over your final object. Additionally, if the standard hard-glued object texture isn't good enough, you can dip the final print in solid glue, to make it extra durable and strong enough to be drilled and tapped, or in a flexible outer coating that enables moving parts - if you don't mind losing a little of your object's precision shape.

The process is fairly simple. Each sheet is laid down, and its slice shape is cut into it. Scientists from CERN and MIT launch encrypted email service. Head-changing H5 Handy Recorder breaks cover. What is Apple's iCloud Keychain and how do I use it? Cassette Adapter Bluetooth brings retro car stereos into the 21st century. Transporter Sync puts external HDDs in your own private cloud. Garmin D2 pilot watch promises an avionics center for your wrist.

Amaryllo reveals iCam HD, the world's first wireless HD Skype camera. Garmin's portable HUD throws iPhone app directions on the windshield. Leap Motion gets a release date ... and an app store. BEEBOX office pod's secure take on shared work spaces - Images. Trakdot Luggage tracker keeps bags from being lost. iPad case unfolds to provide a full-sized Bluetooth keyboard. Belkin’s NetCam uses your smartphone for home security. Review: LiveScribe's Sky wifi smartpen – a clever bridge between paper and tablet. iTwin SecureBox brings hardware encryption to Dropbox. Logitech Broadcaster Wi-Fi Webcam is made for video bloggers. LaCie's latest Rugged hard drive packs Thunderbolt and USB 3.0. EnerPlex could be slimmest solar case for iPhone yet. Google launches its first Chrome OS-based desktop - the Chromebox. First 802.11ac routers emerge promising faster WiFi at greater range. iCloud – So richtest du iCloud auf deinen Geräten ein.

Sandberg BatteryCase for iPhone 4/4S delivers more bang for your buck. Logitech Cube is part mouse, part PowerPoint clicker. Wormhole Station connects Windows to Mac to Android to iOS. The Survivor – Griffin's military grade iPhone 4 case. The compact Innergie mCube90 universal charger. Innergie Magic Cable Trio integrates USB and Apple tips in a single cord. Innergie PocketCell packs a powerful punch.