TheTalkyOne is a minimally-designed Bluetooth speakerphone, about the size of an iPhone that lets you make calls and stream music anywhere that you are – in the car, home or office. It is ideal for anybody that needs the added flexibility in their digital life, but doesn’t want to settle for the usual unattractive (or just down right ugly) digital products.
“no cell-phone while driving” laws
F E A T U R E S:
Crystal Clear Sound: TheTalkyOne uses best-in-class DSP, and the latest in noise reduction and echo cancellation technology
Bring Your Music with You: TheTalkyOne streams music in multiple file formats from your phone or Bluetooth enabled MP3 player, through stereo music streaming (A2DP 1.2)
Text-to-speech functionality allows TheTalkyOne to distinctly read text messages and announces the names of callers, if supported by your phone
Simple Pairing with Multipoint technology: Connect easily with 2 mobile phones. If traveling with a passenger, calls can be taken from either handset
Go Anywhere: TheTalkyOne is compatible with all major Bluetooth phones, and can be effortlessly mounted in any car, home or office interior with its versatile clip
It’s only $139, and you can get it here.
m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n:
You can read the guide for TheTalkyOne by going to novero.com, click on service, click on manual, and choose TheTalkyOne from the drop down menu.
held at the Kodak Theatre on March 7, 2010 in Hollywood, California.
Actor Taylor Lautner wearing Dolce & Gabbana
Zac Efron wearing Calvin Klein
Super-Producer and Director Tyler Perry
Actor Robert Downey Jr. and wife Susan Downey
LOTS more pictures, fashion summary, and Oscar winners below:
Actor George Clooney and girlfriend Elisabetta Canalis
Actor Samuel L. Jackson
Chris Pine wearing a Ralph Lauren Purple Label tuxedo
and Ferragamo shoes
Woody Harrelson and wife Laura Louie
wearing a custom tuxedo, shirt, and tie by Burberry.
Wearing a tuxedo, shirt, gold cufflinks,
cummerbund, bowtie, and patent leather shoes by Tom Ford.
Actor Jake Gyllenhaal
wearing a Burberry suit and Ferragamo Tramezza shoes
Actress Paula Patton and husband singer Robin Thicke
(wearing head-to-toe Burberry)
Matt Damon and wife Luciana Damonin
in head-to-toe Ferragamo
Actress Zoe Kravitz and father singer/actor Lenny Kravitz
‘Hurt Locker’ Actor Anthony Mackie in custom Burberry
Hurt Locker’s Brian Geraghty in custom Burberry
Actor Jeremy Renner wearing a 3-piece Emporio Armani
Winners for the 2010 Academy Awards:
Best Picture: The Hurt Locker
Best Director: Kathryn Bigelow, ‘The Hurt Locker’
Best Actress: Sandra Bullock ‘The Blind Side’
Best Actor: Jeff Bridges,’Crazy Heart’
Best Supporting Actress: Mo’nique, ‘Precious’
Best Supporting Actor: Christoph Waltz, ‘Inglourious Basterds’
Just in case some of you guys aren’t familiar with the styles, I’ve posted a few designer sneakers below.
Shoe connoisseurs are still hawking them on eBay for up to $2,000… yeah, pretty crazy. So, clearly there is a demand for these high-end sneakers.
Louboutin Spiked-Hi Top Sneaker, $835
With producers like Pharrell and Swizz Beatz tweeting about and wearing the new men’s Louboutin shoes, Christian has had alot of great publicity. I’m just curious about the overall sales of his studded shoes so far (if anyone has an idea, feel free to comment). And I really want to get a look at his complete collection because so far it seems to be never-ending, lol.
3 of Jimmy Choo’s high-top sneakers
Jimmy Choo will be adding his fancy kicks to his pre-fall 2010 collection. There will be 8 styles, 5 high tops and 3 low tops. The materials for Choo’s sneakers will range from suede to patent leather to snakeskin. And the price? $470 to $630. That’s a few hundred lower than his luxury sneaker counterparts, so the price is definitely more economy conscious (in terms of luxury footwear)… But I guess the question is: will the lower price mean he’ll sell more? maybe even sell-out faster? Or will his lower price tag just leave him with lower profit margins? Only time will tell. The Jimmy Choo sneaker collection will be available to purchase online in May.
What do you guys think about the rise in men’s designer sneakers? Which ones are your favorite? Are you willing to buy them or will you stick to your $50 Chuck Taylors, $100 Supras, and $150 Jordans?