A Look At The Samsung Galaxy S6 And S6 edge

Carefully crafted from metal and glass, the Galaxy S6 and S6 edge blend purposeful design with powerful features. The Galaxy S6 edge shows outstanding beauty and an immersive viewing experience with revolutionary dual edge display.

[Vivid Images with a Fast, Bright Camera] The Galaxy S6 and S6 edge are equipped with an incredibly vivid, bright and fast camera. The F1.9 lenses and high-resolution sensors on both front (5MP) and rear (16MP) cameras. In addition, Auto Real-time High Dynamic Range (HDR), Smart Optical Image Stabilization (OIS) and IR Detect White Balance provide advanced light sensitivities and crisp camera solutions. The camera launches quickly from any screen in 0.7 sec.

[Super Charging and Cord Free] The devices work with any wireless pad available in the market that supports WPC and PMA standards. They also support incredibly fast wired charging, providing up to 4 hours of usage after only 10 minutes of charging.

[Cutting-edge Core Technology] The world’s first 14nm mobile processor with 64-bit platform, new LPDDR4 memory system and UFS 2.0 flash memory provides higher performance and enhanced memory speed, lower power consumption.

[Easy and Protected Mobile Payment] Samsung Pay is convenient and secured mobile payment that works with MST, NFC and barcode.

* Samsung pay will be available in US and Korea from 2015 2nd half.

Nike Air Jordan VII Retro 30th Anniversary


Inspired by the nighttime lights of Barcelona, the newest color of the Air Jordan 7 Retro is a snapshot from the historic summer of 1992. The upper features black nubuck and smooth leather with pops of Infrared 23 and Retro. Get yours on March 7 on Nike.com (10am EST/7am PST).

The 30th anniversary Jordan VII’s git stores March 7th for $190.





A Look At The HYT H3 Timepiece

The H3 is the third release from The Hydromechanical Horologists. Only 25 watches will be made in titanium & platinum. More on the watch below.

The HYT H3 dial will display the time in a 24-hour versus 12-hour format. To understand how the time is read, you need to realize that all 24 hours are put on a line of six cubes that turn each six hours to display a new row of numbers. This is viewed in junction with the liquid indicator bar which moves thanks to the bellows system that can be seen at the top right and left of the movement. A pusher on the side of the case manually turns the row of hour marker cubes to help set the time. Under the hour indicator area is a view of the balance wheel to the left and a retrograde minute indicator to the center-right. Further right is a function indicator that changes as you pull out the crown.
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