The French company Gitzo was founded 100 years by Arsène Gitzhoven and initially produced cameras, shutters, and cable releases, moving into tripod production in the 1950s.
To celebrate the firm’s anniversary, Gitzo launches two limited-edition premium tripods, at premium prices.
The 100th Year Anniversary Edition (1,917 individually numbered pieces available worldwide, priced at $1,500) boasts what Gitzo calls a “high-appeal look and feel with a distinctive design,” a brand-new magnesium spider, new leg-angle selectors and locking collars.
For twice that amount, consider the more exclusive Arsène Gitzhoven Edition (the first model in the market to feature a full carbon spider), laser engraved with its production number and the purchaser’s signature.
Both models tare available in the U.S from ‘select dealers,’ or visit the Gitzo website for more details.
And the Danish company Dynaudio celebrates its 40th anniversary in the audio world with its Special Forty loudspeaker, featuring several exclusive design and technical elements, including a new woofer and tweeter developed with extended frequency ranges to improve the integration between drivers. Dynaudio says the woofer handles frequencies up to 4kHz through its Magnesium Silicate Polymer (MSP) diaphragm material, and a one-piece, geometrically molded cone design.
External aesthetics feature a choice of two high-gloss finishes in either grey birch or red birch crosscut sandwich veneers.
Looking for an “Xtreme” smartphone? Give a look and listen to Allview’s new Soul X4 Xtreme, encased in magnesium.
The Allview X4 Xtreme includes a 4,550 mAh battery promising over 1,500 minutes of talk time or up to 379 hours of standby time, Helio P25 processor of up to 2.5GHz, delivering up to 20 percent better performance compared to the preceding processor on the flagship of the previous series, the X3 Soul Pro.
Xtreme is available based on a pre-order price of RON 1,899. Deliveries will start on 11 July.
Allview Mobile was established in 2002, in Brasov, Romania and entered the mobile phone market in 2008. It was the first Romanian company to launch a tablet PC on the market, followed by the first smartphone under a Romanian brand in 2011.
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