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Logitech Craft Keyboard

Logitech have introduced the Craft Keyboard for creative and professional users. The advanced wireless keyboard features a built-in creative input dial (a large silver knob in the top left corner of the keyboard) that can be customized to work with Adobes Creative suite and other apps for a more efficient and immersive workflow. You can adjust image brightness, contrast and saturation in Photoshop with a simple scroll and click, or you can quickly create, adjust and scroll through charts in Excel, or even navigate playlists in Spotify and jump from tab to tab in a browser. The sleek keyboard also has smart backlighting where the keys automatically adjust brightness to suit changing lighting conditions. watch the video below



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PANASONIC LUMIX DMC-LX5 | Image

PANASONIC LUMIX DMC-LX5

The new long-awaited replacement to the DMC-LX3, the DMC-LX5 has a 10 Megapixel CCD, a more powerful lens, a new image processor, faster autofocus, refinded controls. It can also record 720p video. Its the ideal camera for capturing professional-quality photos and High Definition (HD) video. The Panasonic LUMIX DMC-LX5 will be available in late-August 2010....
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NEATDESK | DESKTOP SCANNER

NeatDesk is a high-speed scanner and digital filing system that will quickly organize all the paper on your desk into digital files. You can digitalize your receipts, business cards and documents one at a time or all at once. NeatDesk comes with itīs own patented Neat software to help you organize everything in a easy to use database. Keep your desk de-cluttered!...
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SEISMOMETER IPHONE APP

With this cool app by Yellowagents, you can measure everything that vibrates, shakes or moves. Seismometer uses your iPhones built in accelerometer to measure movements in two axes, calculate the resulting energy and draw the results on a rolling logarithmic scale. Apparently this thing is so sensitive, it can even notice your heartbeats!...
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