[Revue high tech] the news of the week
Discovery of Re-timer, anti-jet lag glasses, and a look back at the three high-tech news that marked the week: Microsoft, Meizu and Oppo…
[Gadget de la semaine] No more jetlag with Re-timer
Last week we introduced you Remee, a mask whose system, based on red LEDs, let its users know they were dreaming. This week, color change, it is an object based on a system of green LEDs that we want to present to you: Re-timer.
The result of more than 25 years of research at Flinders University in Australia, these somewhat special glasses are the new remedy to fight against the effects of jet lag, the winter blues or insomnia. The diffusion of light in the field of vision of the user would reproduce the effects of the sun on the organism and make it possible to readjust its internal clock.
Its founders recommend an exposure of 50 minutes for three days to fight against jet lag, or 30 minutes each day against insomnia and winter blues.
The Re-timer glasses, weighing 75 grams, can be used in conjunction with prescription glasses and are rechargeable directly from a USB port. They have been available since November on the UK market for almost € 200 (162 pounds).
High tech news of the week
The latter, which should run under a light version of Windows 8, could have an instant ignition mode that would allow it to quickly access TV services, as well as voice control and the Kinect camera.
The Verge is announcing a price of around $ 150 for the terminal, which, if rumored to be true, shouldn’t be ready until Christmas 2013.
Meizu MX II Details Leaked On The Internet
The Meizu MX II will be officially unveiled on November 27 in China.
In the meantime, photos of the smartphone have already leaked onto the web, and we already know that it should run on jelly Bean and be equipped with a 4.4 ″ screen with a definition of 1280 x 768 pixels.
The whole thing will cost between 327 € (16GB) and 377 € (32GB).
Oppo to unveil Find 5 on December 12
The manufacturer Oppo will lift the veil on its Find 5 on December 12, in Beijing.
The smartphone, which will compete with the Samsung Galaxy Note 2, the HTC Butterfly, or the Optimus Vu 2 will have a 5-inch screen as well as a “substantial battery”.
This information, from Tony Chen, the CEO of Oppo, is however only an appetizer of Find 5, which should, at its launch, reserve some other nice details.