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Panasonic Lumix Gf8

Panasonic have introduced the beautifully retro-styled Lumix GF8. The sleek single lens mirrorless camera features a 16 megapixel Digital Live MOS sensor, 5.8fps shooting speed, 1080/60p video and built-in Wi-Fi, and a 3-inch 1040K-dot LCD rear monitor that can be flipped 180 degrees. The GF8 also comes with 100GB of storage on Google Drive, and the faux-leather-wrapped body is available in a choice of brown, silver, pink or orange colors. Theres no word yet on pricing or availability.



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BONDIC | LIQUID PLASTIC WELDER | Image

BONDIC | LIQUID PLASTIC WELDER

Meet the world´s first liquid plaster welder - Bondic. Most traditional glues are messy, get your fingers stuck together, and more than often can´t fix the problem. Bondic is a liquid plastic that only hardens when you need it to, it can be applied to surfaces including plastic, wood, metal, and fabric, then, when you´re ready simply dry it with the included UV LED Light in 4 seconds and its done! Oh and the Bondic liquid in the tube won´t dry if you forget to recap...
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MW60 WIRELESS HEADPHONES

The New York City based audio company Master & Dynamic have just released the MW60 Wireless Headphones. A high end "think cap” as they dub it, featuring premium materials and state-of-the-art technology. They aim to create devices that enhance creativity, to inspire and transport your mind, as only sound does. Featuring smooth lamb leather and memory foam on the ear pads, the perfect cushion to keep them on for hours with maximum comfort, also reinforced by a li...
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BIOLITE CAMP STOVE

This is a very innovative project, the ecological BioLite Camp Stove features a thermoelectric system, after starting the fire, part of the device transforms heat into electrical energy, which moves the internal fan. No batteries required, gasoline or any other energy source. The excess energy generated can be used through a USB port to charge your devices including smartphones, LED lights, GPS and many others. Genius and ecological. via GadgetReview...
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