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Nikon D7000

This has been around since October, weŽve been hearing such great things about this camera we thought we would feature it here. The Nikon D7000 really is an upgrade for Nikon D90 and Nikon D300S users, it features a high resolution 16.2 MP DX-format CMOS sensor, Dynamic ISO range from 100 to 6400, and can record breathtaking full 1080p HD movies. Read an extensive review here.




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POWERQUBE

The Powerqube is a revolutionary device that allows you to charge and power up to nine devices simultaneously! It features three USB ports and six electrical outlets, and enables each USB port to independently negotiate with each device that plugs into it. Unlike powers trips, Powerqube has a sleek design youŽll happily showcase and is compact enough to fit on a work desk, kitchen top or conference table. Available in white or black. Watch the video ...
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PUNKT EXTENSION SOCKET

Plugs, adapters and power strips are an ugly sight...the new ES 01 by Punkt was born to change that. It keeps all of your cables and plugs hidden neatly in the ES 01 extension socket, tucked away under its sleek rounded lid. It is not known yet how much the equipment will cost, but when the ES 01 is finally available, you can purchase it in three different colors (red, white or black) to match the rest of the decor of your office. Watch the video...
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AQUAFARM

Aquafarm was born thanks to a very successful Kickstarter campaign, it is a Self-Cleaning Fish Tank that Grows Food! It features a clever loop eco-system, with fish waste feeding the plants and plants cleaning the water. You can grow beans, basil, thyme, baby greens, oregano, mint, parsley, right on top of the fish tank, and with the science of aquaponics, the Aquafarm transforms your fish’s waste into nutrients for the plants. All this is happening without soil and...
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