In the age of iPads, e-Readers and the supposed death of print, it’s reassuring to see that some people believe the printed page and high-tech can co-exist quite sensibly. Out of the Box does away with complicated mobile phone manuals printed in the smallest type-faces known to man, and instead replaces them with an interactive book concept.
It’s such a clever idea it’s hard to believe no one thought of it before. The books have cut-away holes in which the handset nestles as each page guides you through a different aspect of set up. With smartphones becoming ever more complicated, it would be a great way to introduce them to the tech-wary among us.