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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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The Liquor Cabinet

The Liquor Cabinet is a new app that not only organizes cocktails by liquor, skill level and flavor profile, it emphasizes the story behind each drink. The beautifully designed app has a sleek interface, stunning photography, is easy to navigate (allowing users to easily discover new cocktails), and makes it very easy to share recipes with friends. The tasting notes and history component of each liquor (variety and brand) are a great touch, as is the section that ex...
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OUTLAND MULTI-MISSION AXE

The Outland Multi-Mission Axe is a great assistant when going about regular outdoor life, in the wild or simply in your backyard. It´s available in two different sizes, 15" or 19", you get, along with its ultra sharp 4" inch blade, a hammer, a pry tool, a seat belt cutter and a hex nut tool driver. It also features G10 handle grips, for extra comfort and precision handling. Outland has the habit of providing quality to its tactical and survival tools, and this Multi...
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GoPro Hero6

Here it is folks, the new GoPro Hero6! The world´s most popular action camera now features a new, GoPro-designed GP1 processor, which the company claims improves tonal range and low-light quality as well as super slo-mo capabilities, and extra power to speed up and smarten its QuikStories automated editing feature with face detection and more. It is now capable of shooting UHD 4K 2160/60p video, up from 30p, and 240fps fps in HD, up from 120fps. It also has improved...
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