Germany’s Siemens dropped a medical bomb recently with the showing of this magnificent MacBook Pro. Personally I think these notebooks are small works of art without addition, but adding an ultrasound machine is an amazing feat.
Furthermore, it doesn’t add too much girth to the laptop, well, at least not for a freaking ultrasound machine. You can still use the MBP as a regular notebook with web surfing, email, all that usual stuff, but there is the added hardware for the Ultrasound machine, and there is some added software for the same.
Apparently yet another device scheduled to be released at IFA this year, but we have some photos and a few specs for you now. With the Windows Home Server market slowly starting to add products to its line Fujitsu-Siemens has entered the ring with their Scaleo.
What we know is that there will be 4 internal drive bays, I have no clue how they will fit in there though. As far as ports go, you will have plenty of options for connectivity with 4 USB 2.0 ports, and 2 e-SATA ports.
Do you ever have a great idea that, when you actually act on it, doesn't seem like such a great idea anymore? I'm thinking that's the case with this new SL98 prototype phone from BenQ Siemens.
Ah, nothing like a game of "mock the staged PR photo" to brighten up a dour Sunday. Appliancist link to today's foolhardy models who are posing for Siemens' home-automation system, Serve@Home, which seems to be implying that with a few simple taps on a wireless keyboard you can dispatch your sullen wife via a heavy monitor to the head. In actual fact, it's a network of appliances fitted with Siemens' own "System Interface", a proprietary version of powerline distribution.
Serve@Home was announced back in 2005; where is it now, do you think?
Ironing clothes can be a painstaking task, which is why Siemens has taken it upon themselves to provide us all with what’s touted as the world’s first automatic iron. This new savior of iron maidens is called the Slider S5 and features an auto-function that creates newly defined temperature levels that are suitable for all iron-able fabrics to prevent damage.
The Slider S5 has a slew of other features including an AntiCalc-System, 3-position automatic shut-off, vertical steaming function, 300ml water tank, and a “Inox-glissee” sole plate that delivers 40g of permanent steam per minute.