How do you top a Prada cell phone? That would be the Giorgio Armani Samsung. Unveiled at this week’s Milan Fashion event, the slender phone will become available in Europe in November and other markets next year. They also planning to release an LCD TV in their partnership with Samsung next January. We know that you just can’t wait to get your hands on one of these babies even with the € 650 (~$900.00) price tag.
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Nokia has unveiled its 5310 and 5610 XpressMusic phones. Both can hold up to 3,000 tunes with an optional 4GB microSD card. The XpressMusic 5310, which is a mere 9.9 mm thick and weighs less than 71 grams, features a 2-inch QVGA screen and offers up to 18 hours of musical play. It also features a 2 megapixel cam. The XpressMusic is expected in Q4 with an estimated MSRP of €225 ($307.00.)
The 5610 has an iconic Music Slider key, a 2.2-inch, 16 million megapixel display, and up to 22 hours of play. It features a 3.2 megapixel cam with auto-focus and dual LED flash and uses 3G Technology for speedy service. It will also be available in the fourth quarter for ~€300 ($409.00.)
The company also announced their new N81, N81 8GB, and N95 8GB in hopes that soon everyone will be “connected people.”
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We’ve already told you about the No-Contact Jacket for women, which literally gives a shock to potential criminals attempting to assault the wearer. Since you can’t wear a jacket every day, we offer an alternative: the Cell Phone Stun Gun. It looks like your standard phone clipped to your jeans, but the press of a button sends a whopping 800K volts to any unsuspecting cretins, allowing you to make your getaway. And yes, there’s a safety switch, so you won’t accidentally shock yourself if you grab this phone instead of your real Nokia. Ouch. The Cell Phone Stun Gun is available for $60 USD, however the website is prohibited from sending this weapon to a handful of states, for legal reasons.