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Whatsim

Whatsim Card is an ingenious idea, what it does is quite amazing, it´s the world´s first card that lets you chat around the world. For only $10 you can buy about 50 Mb, that translates in around 25.000 text messages! You can then top it up with some more credit, if you want to send some images, videos or voice messages. They cover the whole world so you´ll be always connected and able to update your status or just keep in touch with friends and loved ones. If you travel a lot this is just the thing to have to stay connected and not to worry about mobile operator coverage. Whatsim works in all unlocked phones, you can get it at their online store (here) and it won´t expire if you use it at least once every 12 months.



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NAT GEO VIEW

National Geographic needs no introduction, since 1888, they’ve traveled the Earth, sharing their breathtaking stories and the world, through the eyes of their amazing photographers. Now the famous publication have introduced the Nat Geo View app, a new daily digest, featuring the days best pictures, stories, and videos. Every day, 5 small articles land on your mobile phone, and if that is not enough for your appetite, the app gives access to the the last seven days ...
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FUJIFILM FINEPIX XP200

Fujifilm recently announced the FinePix XP200, a serious adventure camera. It was designed for users who photograph in action sports, it is shockproof to height of 6.6ft(2m) and dives up to 50 feet without harm. Even at 14°F(-10°C) it should still work. It is equipped with a 16-megapixel CMOS sensor, a  3-inch LCD, and records 1080i video. It also features Wi-Fi transfer options allowing the user to transfer photos and movies to smartphones and computers....
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LINE-US ROBOT DRAWING ARM

Line-us is a small robot arm that draws with a pen on paper anything you draw on screen. The quirky little robot mimics your writing on a tablet or computer in real time, copying your hand movements, through its sketches, in exactly the same order you did. The tiny robot can also draw out saved drawings (yours or others). Simply connect it to a USB battery or power supply and you are ready to go, use it on any writable surface, a sketchbook, diary, notebook or just ...
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