Phonepad: See The Bigger Picture
The Phonepad is a revolutionary new device that converges between two of the world's most popular devices the Smartphone and the Tablet.
With the Smartphone docked in the Phonepad the user has an expanded view of the screen from the phone on to the 10.1" LCD HD Touchscreen. This makes watching films, gaming, reading and browsing the web a much more enjoyable experience.
The Phonepad allows the user to release the full potential of their Smartphone. Unlike many other tablets the Phonepad requires no additional cellular contract, making the Phonepad a cost effective solution. The Phonepad utilizes the smartphones 3/4G and WiFi connections making it accessible to all.
"No new contract - no new sim"
Phonepad can be used in the upright (standard) viewing position or rotated for presentation and sharing purposes as well as being folded up into tablet mode making it unique and user friendly.
Phonepad communicates with your smartphone through bluetooth technology and allows the user to interact with the 10.1" TOUCHSCREEN. This means that the user can use either the Phone screen or the Phonepad to select movies, browse the web or play games, such as Angry Birds shown.
The Connect and Play controller, which comes included with the Phonepad brings a whole new dimension to playing games on the Smartphone. The user can rotate, tilt and play with the Phonepad as it responds to the Giro in the smartphone and as such can be used exactly the same as a tablet device.
A Dangerous Symphony ... By Artist Bryan David Snuffer
Work in progress of this new Naval Aviation piece I am working on. 'A Dangerous Symphony' represents a work that I have been wanting to get at for some time. The Boeing FA-18F Super Hornet taxis up to cat 4 awaiting a late afternoon launch. The aircraft seen in this painting will be kept clean before reproductions are made. If you would like a custom paper or canvas print made with your own unit markings it will be very possible. I am playing around with changing the name now but now sure yet.