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Hd Action Cam | By Oregon Scientific

The new Oregon Scientific ATC9K HD Action is the world’s first HD All Terrain Action Camera with G Sensor and GPS. Specifically designed for extreme sports enthusiasts and professionals who want to capture every high action moment, on the slopes, on the waves or on the road. It´s shock resistant and water proof to 20m. It comes with a unique optional GPS plug-in that enables users to map their location, speed and distance travelled using Google Maps or Google Earth.

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iBubble is an autonomous underwater camera that follows you and captures beautiful footage, hands-free. It is the first autonomous diving drone, giving you complete freedom underwater, following you and filming entire diving sessions without you having to do anything. iBubble allows you to take your GoPro where it’s never gone before, and control it all from your wrist with a compatible bracelet. The high-tech drone features a camera stabilization system for withsta...
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Verso is a clip-on reading light for e-readers, it works with the Amazon Kindle, Kobo Devices, Sony Reader Devices, Nook Devices, and most other e-readers. The problem with most e-readers is that the screen isn’t bright enough, accelerating eye fatigue, the Verso Clip Light attaches perfectly to your e-reader or e-reader cover and casts an even pool of LED light, illuminating the screen without any "hot spots”. ...
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Bagel Tape is a new smart device that lets you measure small distances (up to 16 feet) in several different ways: you get a string that allows you measure round surfaces, flip the Bagel Tape on the side so that the wheel inside turns and measures the surface you want using just one hand, and last but not least you also get an ultra sonic sensor that just by pointing the light icon allows you to instantly know the distance of what you´re pointing to. Being a smart de...
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