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Worlds First Curved Desktop Monitor

This amazing 43-inch CRVD curved display by Ostendo Technologies is the worlds first curved desktop monitor, offering vivid LED colors and blazing fast response time. And with a 90° field of view, it doesn just expand the screen — it expands your whole experience. With its roomy 2880-by-900 resolution, the CRVD will expand your desktop and give you extra space to be more productive. Watch the crazy video on this postīs detail.




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ALBA ME ALARM CLOCK | BY FURNI | Image

ALBA ME ALARM CLOCK | BY FURNI

This top seller alarm clock by Furni is a new and improved version. It has a very minimalist approach featuring only the essencial, soft tactile silicone buttons, solid wood case, a built in audio amplifier and speaker and the possibility to plug in your ipod or iphone. Download the iphone application to allow you to wake up to your own music....
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PancakeBot

PancakeBot is the worldīs first pancake printer! it will draw your perfect customized pancake every time. This cool new gadget is in fact an ultra high-tech device that has a built-in batter dispenser and a cooking surface coupled with a robotic drawing arm that enables you to draw a pancake on the spot using its special software. The different cooking times on the batter add the contrast and color distinction that make your drawing more comprehensible and, why not ...
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AUDIOBULB | WIRELESS SPEAKER LIGHT BULB | Image

AUDIOBULB | WIRELESS SPEAKER LIGHT BULB

There is no stopping technology and imagination, the latest mind-boggling product we found are these wireless speaker light bulbs. Appropriately named AudioBulb, the revolutionary device allows you to use up to eight light bulbs as speakers, connected wirelessly to your iPhone/iPod or any other auxiliary input. You can also dim the lights from your iPhone, all this avoiding holes in the wall for running wires through! source...
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