American manufacturer Roehr Motorcycles is offering an array of Roehr electric sports bikes for order. All the bikes look stunningly aggressive with their sleek and slippery bodywork. Minimization of vents due to absence of ICE pumping out the heat gives the bike smooth, shiny, lustrous look. The three different models eSuperSport, eSuperBike and RR model come in differing range.
The road raging eSuperSport is the lowest-spec, with a 48hp motor followed by eSuperBike with a combined motor power of 96hp and finally the RR model.
To start with these bikes cost around $16,995, with the eSuperBike costing $27,595 and the RR model going way up to $34,495. These performance machines are custom built once the order has been placed by its buyer.
People often get so indulge in chatting with their friends that they exceed their time limit or money balance available in the account. Drawing inspiration from a wallet that keeps your money safe and intact, designer Hazel Shine has come up with an innovative mobile phone named the “Wallet Cellphone” that reminds the user to be more money conscious while using their mobile phones. Replacing the normal cellphone keypad with that of a calculator, the cellphone concept lets the user associate with the idea of calculating each cent spend on calling.
After a hectic day at work, one wouldn’t want to leave his/her seat and just wishes to have everything at the place he/she is lying in, thanks to the uncompromising schedule resulting in complete mental as well as physical exhaustion. Providing a solution, Turkish designer Hikmet Guler has developed a multifunctional seat that comes integrated with a beverage cabinet, refrigerator, bookcase and portable dining table. If this isn’t enough, there is a dynamic lamb, portable bed and coffee machine as well. The seat is not only an abode for lazy people but it also solves the space problem in compact apartments by accommodating almost all the necessary furniture and appliances in a small space.
Taking Nokia’s playfulness and heritage of innovative mechanism to a new level, British designer Jeremy Hopkins has come up with a unique cellphone that converting digital information into kinetic energy makes receiving a call, text message or email more playful than ever before. Intended especially toward businesspersons, the magical mobile phone responds to notifications through movement. The playful cellphone also features an electromagnet at the base to shift the weight and keep it in an upright position, allowing the user to check the screen of the phone in a playful manner. If you don’t wanna receive a call, you can simply tap the cellphone to knock it down to return back in the standby mood. In short, the Nokia Kinetic is simply a seriously playful cellphone.
Via: Jeremy Innes Hopkins