Kanye West seems to have a characteristically grand imaginative and prescient for a brand new line of tech gear, submitting a trademark software to make use of “Donda” on an array of digital gear from wi-fi headphones to ornamental magnets.
West’s Mascotte Holdings firm filed the trademark software on September twenty first, per the United States Patent and Trademark Office. It’s a broad software that provides no particular perception into what precisely West’s tech-based plans are, although it positively looks like it’ll assist him cowl all his bases.
The “items and providers” listed within the software embody pill computer systems, encompass sound programs, headphones, digital actuality headsets, smartphones, USB flash drives and all method of protecting instances for telephones and different digital gear (together with some in leather-based!). Among the many extra “futuristic” choices listed are good bracelets, good rings and good necklaces, although there are additionally some comparatively analogue choices just like the aforementioned magnets, plus mouse pads and compact disc instances.
West even appears fascinated about making Donda an enormous participant within the pc screensaver and wallpaper sport.
West has at all times been up entrance about his technological ambitions, whilst he’s cemented his entrepreneurial empire in clothes and sneakers (who may ever overlook these comparisons to Steve Jobs?). Within the lead-up to the discharge of his new album, Donda, West even supplied a glimpse at one unique and intriguing device, an audio stem participant he developed with the corporate Kano. The small, puck-shaped system comes pre-loaded with all of the audio stems from Donda that enables the person to remix and customise the album as they see match. The stem participant is on sale through West’s website with an arrival date of “Fall 2021.”
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