Slide show roundup: Concept car retrospective, the Verizon Wireless G'zOne Type-S, and monitor calibration
We have photos of concept cars, a phone that can withstand the elements, and a tour of a monitor calibration software application.
Are you interested in what you'll be driving in the future? Do you need a phone that can get down and dirty? Are the colors on your monitor a tad bit off? If the answers are yes, then we have some photos for you. We look at concept cars, a phone that can withstand the elements, and a tour of a monitor calibration software application.
Every year at car shows around the world, car makers show off new design ideas. Concept cars represent a transition between current and future models, with only certain features finding their way into production cars. In our collection of photos from the last car show season, Honda struggles to find a way forward, while Mazda explores a very distinct design language. Chevrolet works on environmental issues and Toyota seeks a Prius successor. See some photos of concept cars.
The Verizon Wireless G'zOne Type-S is a tough and sturdy phone that has been subjected to a battery of military-approved tests. It's resistant to all sorts of elements. From water to dust to shock, it can withstand them all. This is one phone you can abuse to your heart's content. Check out our slide show of the G'zOne Type-S.
It's probably best to calibrate your monitor on a regular basis. Take an annotated tour of the Pantone Huey Pro's monitor calibration software.