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Oneplus 2

Meet the awesome OnePlus 2, successor of the popular OnePlus One, a cult favorite among tech enthusiasts around the globe. OnePlus first grabbed the headlights when they presented their first model, a smartphone much cheaper than competition and completely unlocked so you´re not tied to any carriers. Their new Android-powered OnePlus 2 features some seriously impressive specs, including a 5.5" 1080p screen, a super fast 1.8Ghz Qualcomm 810 processor, a 3,300 mAh battery, a 13 megapixel camera capable of shooting 4K video, 5 megapixel front camera, a USB-C charging port, dual SIM capabilities, a fingerprint sensor, and up to 64GB of storage. watch the video



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MICROSOFT HOLOLENS

Microsoft welcomes you the future with their latest device called HoloLens. Technology is all around us, we use it in every aspect of our lives, but what if we could go beyond the screen and blend the digital world with our own world? Hololens welcomes you to a world with holograms! enabling you new ways to visualize your work, to share ideas with each other, more immersive ways to play games, control your media and apps, and new ways to, create, teach, learn, colla...
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MINIBEAM UST PROJECTOR

The award wining LG Home Theater Projector is a new addition on this particular market that seems to be undergoing some changes through some technology that now enables them to be ultra compact with enhanced connectivity. The LG Minibeam Ultra Short-Throw allows you to throw an image of up to 60” from a projection distance of just 5”, or with 15”of projecting distance you get a full 100”, how cool is that? With a light of 1000 lumens you´re also sure to get great im...
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SMARTPHONE FILM SCANNER

Do you have old 35mm films lost in your attic? Maybe your father or grandfather has boxes full of lost memories. Well, now you can easily scan 35mm film directly to your smartphone! Simply slide any smartphone into the device, turn on the backlight, slip in your film and snap a pic of the negative. You can then use Lomo´s free app(iPhone, Android) to transform your image from a negative to a positive, you can also adjust it´s color and exposure before savi...
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