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Panasonic Wearable Camera Hx-a100

Panasonic have recently presented their new action cam, the HX-A100 Wearable HD Digital Camcorder. With an easy wearing stylish design, the camera enables you to capture and share videos from your point-of-view. It features a host of image-enhancing technologies, built-in wi-fi, Micro SD card, image stabilizer, and is waterproof. Also included is an ear hook for enjoying hands-free shooting without a helmet.



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TYPAD

The tyPad is a combination of a bluetooth keyboard and a protective case for the iPad. After ing the tablet into the accessory, a folding keyboard appears for the user to type on the device in landscape format. The keyboard accessory features soft keys that offer good response, the battery is charged with a USB wire. For applications that require a lot of typing this will make your task more productive....
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LAPEL TORCH | BY SNOW PEAK

If you´re an outdoors person, hands free lighting is a necessity, whether your camping, nighttime hiking, or pre-dawn fishing. Lapel Torch by Snow Peak is a unique hands-free lighting solution that clips to almost anything, using a magnetic latch. The LED light provides a full 60 Lumens of brightness and has a long lasting battery life. watch the video...
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NINTENDO WII U

Nintendo has made it official, during their conference at E3 they presented the Wii U, a next-generation console. It has an interactive control that works like a handheld console, allowing a new way to interact with the content shown on screen. Wii U - a name that suggests a relationship "we and you" is actually the second version of the Nintendo Wii. In addition to putting Nintendo in a new generation, the machine reveals a powerful platform capable of combining th...
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