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Cardiio | Touchless Heart Rate Monitor

Cardiio is a new app that allows you to measure your heart rate by simply looking at your iPhone, with no uncomfortable chest straps. The touch-free heart rate monitor is an award winning wonder of technology, it is way ahead of other similar heart monitoring apps. All you need to do is point your iPhone to your skin and in seconds the app will give you an insight on your hearts condition. It analyzes your heart rate, fitness level, even your potential life expectancy! Are you sure you want to know this? source



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SOUND CYLINDER | FOR IPAD AND MACBOOK | Image

SOUND CYLINDER | FOR IPAD AND MACBOOK

Sound Cylinder by Definitive Technology is a compact sound bar designed for the iPad and the MacBook. The device features an innovative grip mechanism for attaching to an iPad or clipping to a laptop screen. The Sound Cylinder has a powerful built-in active woofer and two separate left and right speakers, it connects via Bluetooth but also features a 3.5mm jack so you can connect it with just about any mobile device. via...
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LOTTA MOBILE PHONE | BY IIDA | Image

LOTTA MOBILE PHONE | BY IIDA

Beautiful form and color, comfortable feel, and a whimsical sense of fun—that’s iida’s new "lotta” mobile phone. The moment you see and touch it is the moment you let down your guard: lotta’s charm is unmistakable. Nothing about this product is more important than the care with which it is crafted....
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PowerRay Fishfinder

The PowerRay Fishfinder is a submersible drone to help you upgrade your fishing game and fishing skills. The Fishfinder is a waterproof drone that you set free in search of your next big catch, it uses sonar to detect fish, blue light to lure them in and a 4K camera to stream the underwater action back up to your boat. It features a nice enough battery to give it up to 4 hour range, you can use it within 130 feet of your boat an down to depths of 100 feet, so no sma...
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