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Apple Magic Trackpad

Designed for desktop users, the new Magic Trackpad is the first Multi-Touch trackpad designed to work with your Mac desktop computer. It uses the same multi-touch technology you use on the MacBook Pro. It is connected via bluetooth so theres no annoying cables, and the entire surface is one large button, so you can click and double-click any.



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GOPRO ACTION CAMERA

GoPro Helmet HERO Wide Camera is the worlds smallest, wireless helmet and gear-mountable video camera for outdoor sports. The Helmet HERO Wide quick-release attaches to vented and non-vented helmets, bikes, kayaks, skis, snowboards, and even includes a head strap for wearing like a headlamp. It features a 170š wide angle lens and 5 megapixel sensor. Shoot 56 minutes of high-resolution video and 5 megapixel photos automatically in "photo every 2 seconds" mode. Itīs a...
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WACOM INTUOS 5

Wacom has announced their new tablets, the high performance Intuos5, aimed at professionals and enthusiasts of art, design and photography. The multitouch gestures complement the commands provided by the traditional pen, allowing commands for zoom, scroll, rotating and moving images, and other commands to navigate the application. You can customize Intuos5 multitouch gestures according to the application used. Three size tablets are available for the Intuos5, small,...
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EAT N TOOL XL | BY CRKT

The Eat N Tool XL is a handy multi tool that features a spoon, fork, and a bottle opener, perfect for taking along your hiking and travels. It also includes a box wrench, driver/pry tool, and a can opener. It also comes equipped with a carabiner for convenient transport. This is a slightly bigger version of the original EatN Tool designed by revolutionary designer Liong Mah. ...
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