One of the best sounding travel guitars we've tried is Yamaha's Silent Guitar, which offers a choice of modeled simulated tones or piezo-sourced sounds routed to headphones or an external amp. It doesn't have its own amp and speakers built-in though, like, say, a Vox Apache. And there's no Lineage-like smartphone integration to mix in some digital effects. In fact, you might struggle to find all three in one instrument. Unless you stumble across the Fusion Guitar from Melbourne, Australia-based designer and guitarist Dave Auld, which combines an iPhone dock, amplifier, battery and speakers in one futuristic-looking axe.Read More
RoBoHoN combines the connectivity and functions of a smartphone with the performance and appearance of a small robot pal. Shown by Sharp at CEATEC 2015 in Japan, Gizmag went along for a meet and greet.
At its big event on Tuesday Microsoft introduced the Surface Pro 4 and Surface Book convertible tablets, overshadowing a pair of powerful new Lumia smartphones also designed with productivity in mind. Read More
Marshall's London smartphone is an interesting animal. On the one hand, it's a pretty mediocre smartphone with a high price tag, but on the other, it's a musician's dream, with hi-def playback and recording, dual headphone ports, and more. Read on for our thoughts on the audio-focused smartphone.Read More
LG has unveiled its newest flagship smartphone, a dual-screen device dubbed the V10. Along with a pair of front-facing cameras and a discreet second display, the phone offers manual control over video recording and high-end materials for a more durable build. Read More
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