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Heatsink Laptop Stand

The beautiful Heatsink Laptop Stand is an aluminum stand designed to reduce your laptops temperature. The minimal structure was designed by New York-based designer Bryan Wong, whom needed a solution that could reduce the heat of his MacBook Pro (these do heat up very quickly). By utilizing aluminums amazing material attributes, the laptop stand acts as a passive heatsink and dissipates heat into the air without the use of fans or power, and remaining quiet. To learn more about this sleek stand, milled out of a single block of aluminum and sandblasted with an anodized finish, head over to Bryan Wong Design.



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CANON POWERSHOT G5 X

Canon´s new and compact PowerShot G5 X, has the usual classic look we love from the G series, and is equipped with streamlined controls and customizable viewfinder displays. It comes equipped with a 1.0-inch, 20.2 Megapixel High-Sensitivity CMOS sensor and DIGIC 6 image processor, offering enhanced low-light performance with reduced image noise, as well as a top sensitivity of ISO 12800. You can also capture 1080p Full HD video, and it comes with a a 2.36 million do...
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AROS | SMART AIR CONDITIONER

Dubbed as the "world’s smartest air conditioner”, Aros is part of the Quirky + GE collection of connected products. Aros learns your habits and usage, to automatically maintain the perfect temperature and maximize savings for your home. It can be controlled from a mobile app, letting you monitor, program, and control your air conditioning from any place in the world. Aros can track your position via GPS to turn off when you leave home or set the perfect temperature ...
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KNOCK APP

Knock is a new app that lets you unlock your Mac by knocking on your iPhone! No more need to keep typing your password every time you get back to your desk, simply knock twice on your iPhone(even works in your pocket), and your Mac unlocks. All you need to do is pair your iPhone via Bluetooth to your Mac, after you finish setup you´re done. If you´re phone  gets lost or stolen, simply sign-in with your old-fashioned password, and disable your iPhone with one cl...
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