Take a look at Thomas Jowen’s One. The bike itself is pretty cool looking and this would definitely help the environment, but it is the ability to fold up that really got our attention. You can carry, stow, or store when it is in itself, with no parts sticking out to trip unwary coworkers. This is a terrific prototype that will please both those who live in cubicles and mini-apartments. Check out Jowen’s website for more details.
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Once you have packed up your folding guitar for the next gig, don’t forget to include Infinite Response’s Vax 77 Keyboard. When flat, the instrument is 46.6 x 14.5-inches. Fold it up and it is merely 23.3 x 14.5-inches. The Vax has a 300K flash memory with 100,000 erase cycles, an ADI Blackfin DSP 400 MHz processor, 4 inputs, and midi in/out and USB connectivity. It also features a modulation/volume wheel, octave shift, effects, and navigation arrows. Check with Infinite Response for availability and price.
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