Would you buy a gadget endorsed by a celebrity? Some of the pieces has certain level of input from the celebrities themselves on the design elements, while others just slap their name on the product and make it a shade of blue or some other color and be done. Let's see which ones are all talk, and which ones walk... the red carpet.
Polaroid GL30 Grey Label by Lady Gaga Introduced by Lady Gaga, Polaroid has just released their latest product, the GL30. The camera is fully digital, but combines the technology to instantly print the photos taken. The GL30 is fitted with a small screen to allow users to scroll through their pictures, which subsequently enables them to choose exactly which pictures to print. The camera uses zink technology for instant printing and you can even use the camera to display your digital pics.
Lomography by White Stripes A small little analog camera with great cinematic qualities. The White Stripes' edition follows the band's trademark color of red, white and black. These are a limited edition and pricing is around $180. Once in a while, it's good to have a break from your digital life and have fun the "old way" with 35mm film.
Sleek Audio Headphones by 50 Cent The Sleek Audio's cans use a "Wireless Hybrid" audio to transfer the sound from the source to your ears. Using Kleer technology built in for 16-bit lossless, cordless streaming for a wire free experience. Each earpiece has individual music control and there's amicro USB charging as well. They were a good set of headphones, but Sleek Audio terminated the line shortly after release.
Nooka Zub by Kanye West Nooka produced a very limited edition, glow in the dark version of their popular Zub watch for Kanye West. They use a linear and graphic way of telling time, and there is no way you are going to misplace it or loose it in the dark.
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