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Aqua Headphone Amplifier

Aqua Amplifier is dubbed out to be the world’s smallest music amplifier. A small, light, CNC machined piece that really turns your iPhone’s sound crisp without the need of getting super high-end headphones, your regular ones will do and you’ll surely notice the difference. Designed and developed for users that make their iPhone their music player of choice, Aqua uses the lightning port to ensure all the sound quality is still there, because the headphone jack loses a lot of the needed frequencies to maintain sound sharpness, plus its proprietary codec software will boost it up, so the quality you get on the phone is the one you get on the headphones, nothing’s lost on the way. Aqua Amplifier is portable, stylish and especially made for music lovers.



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IPHONE LEATHER ARC COVER | BY EVOUNI | Image

IPHONE LEATHER ARC COVER | BY EVOUNI

We love simplicity an a good functional design, so, when we came across this stylish case from Evouni we had to feature it. The Leather Arc Cover for iPhone 4 and 4s is a case that exceeds the ordinary functionality and craftsmanship. It is hand-crafted with top quality Italian calfskin leather. The cover forms simplistic shapes creating a stand for your phone. ...
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TOMTOM BANDIT ACTION-CAM

GoPro just got yet another new rival - the TomTom Bandit action-cam! TomTom have entered the crowded action camera market with the very good-looking Bandit, a pocket-size device that has a stand-out feature, it will automatically and intelligently edit the hours of video you´ve captured! simply shake your phone and those highlights will be automatically arranged into a single video that can be shared on social media immediately. Other notable features include a 16MP...
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YI M1 Mirrorless Digital Camera

YI has released a new mirrorless camera with Leica looks and a price tag that won´t break the bank. Called the M1, the sleek DSLR-rivaling camera comes packed with features and promises a solid performance that punches above its price tag. It allows you to shoot the equivalent to 50-megapixel photos and capture 4K video at 30 frames per second on its advanced micro four-thirds sensor. Oh, and it comes with a 12-40mm zoom lens with an f/2.5-5.6 aperture. There´s also...
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