[Revue high tech] the news of the week
Discovery of Remee, the mask of lucid dreams and a look back at the three high tech news items that marked the week: Alcatel One Touch, Samsung, and Apple.
[Gadget de la semaine] Shape your dreams with the Remee mask
Appointed Remee, it incorporates 6 small red LEDs, which start flashing once its user enters a “paradoxical sleep” phase, during which the brain is most active and produces many dreams. The flashing LEDs make the sleeper’s brain believe they are in a deep sleep, prompting them to go into a deep dream. From this moment, the sleeper can be aware of his dream, of what surrounds him, and can possibly modify the “scenario”.
Remee, which was part of the Kickstarter projects a few months ago, is now available for pre-order for $ 95.
High tech news of the week
Alcatel launches its entry-level Evo 7 tablet
Alcatel One Touch (TCL) is entering the low-cost tablet segment with its EVO 7. This one, which runs on Android Ice Cream Sandwich, offers a 7-inch screen, a capacity of 4GB as well as a 0.3 megapixel front camera. It will be available mid-December at a price of 199 € for the version without 3G and at a price of 249 € for the version with 3G.
Samsung Ativ Odyssey images revealed
Evleaks unveiled a photo of what should be Samsung’s Ativ Odyssey, mentioned (among others) by Steeve Ballmer last month during the launch of Windows 8.
We only know for the moment that the smartphone should support 4G LTE and could be released in December, but unfortunately not in France.
[Rumeur] An iPhone 5S already in the works?
Hardly arrived on the market, the iPhone 5 could already be replaced by its superior version, the 5S. Indeed, according to the Digitimes news site, the pre-production of the new kid could be launched as early as next month. A new version of the iPad could also see the light of day. Difficult, once again, to distinguish between the truth and the incessant rumors about Apple.