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Motorola 'Nest' is Kinetically Charged & Acts as Digital Scrapbook

By: Marissa Brassfield - Published: Mar 3, 2009 • References: coroflot and thedesignblog.org
The Motorola 'Nest' is a concept phone by Kelly Bremer that's targeted at female baby boomers. Its sleek, refined design is inspired by women's jewelry, and the phone's exterior casing is made of makroblend plastic for durability.

The Motorola 'Nest' is meant to be a phone with enough digital features to be useful without being overbearing. There's a slideshow feature, as well as a touchscreen interface to rotate and view pictures. The phone can charge in its base or through kinesis when the phone is moved.