Today Medion unveiled their GoPal S2310 personal navigator that I worked on last year… pretty proud of it, and here’s how the press talks about the product:
The smaller S2310 touts a 3.5-inch LCD, curvaceous design, shock-resistant casing, route tracking system, and an ability to export to Google Earth.
The GoPal S2310 features a 3.5-inch colour TFT touchscreen and comes bundled with a pair of Sennheiser headphones, as well as preinstalled Western European Navteq maps with over 60 points of interest and an integrated GPS receiver alongside an MP3 player, photo viewer and Bluetooth technology.
Asus was recently featured on Australia’s “Business Success” TV show, with the focus of the report being on product development, and design. I was interviewed next to Asus’s chairman Jonney Shih and others… yours truly appears on the scene at about 50 seconds into the clip, and I talk about the Asus design process.
The article “Il Computer Della Ferrari? È Disegnato A Taipei.” has been published in “Corriere Della Sera”. It talks a bit about my work in the Asus Design Team.
In a set of global marketing presentations to introduce the Asus W5 and V6 notebook series to the media, I am jetting through Europe to help hold Asus press events in Milano, München and Paris. Three countries in six days is a rather tough deal and there is hardly any minute left to enjoy my “Tour d’Europe” – I must admit that I still enjoy the “jet set” lifestyle, quite a bit…