Palette Modular Analog Computer Peripherals ($100) provide you with the feel of analogue dials, buttons and sliders so you can create a customized physical interface for your favorite apps. Just connect the power module to your USB port, and connect as many module as you like. The desktop app detects the modules on the fly. You can then map your application functions to your softwares functions or use presets to map them all at once. You now have a tactile interface that will increase your productivity and enjoyment.
Google has just released its first in-housed designed laptop, the Google Chromebook Pixel ($1300+). The laptop has a Gorilla Glass 12.85-inch, 2,560×1,700-pixel touchscreen. This is a step up from Apples Retina display. The Pixel also comes with a 1.8GHz Intel i5 core processor. Additional features include 4GB of memory and 32GB SSD flash storage. If […]