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Wvil | The Future Of Digital Photography

Artefact have imagined a new camera that fits portability, flexibility and quality requirements. WVIL features a DSLR lens, which can be separated from the body of the machine, and continue to capture your images in high definition. This achievement is possible due to the lens that incorporates a full-frame CMOS sensor with 31 megapixels and a system for wireless connection to the body of the machine. Unfortunatly the camera is still in concept stage, but they do mention it´s patent-pending. Watch the amazing video afeter the jump.



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SOUND CUBE AUDIO SYSTEM | BY TDK

TDK has released another boombox with a unique design, this time it´s a cube with a handle. The TDK Sound Cube Audio System features two speakers 5-1/4" coaxial drivers and two passive reflectors on the sides to provide 360-degree sound output. The Sound Cube comes with USB port (including iPhone cable) and 3.5mm input, and also works with 12 D batteries. The total power is 20 watts. ...
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DROPCAM PRO

Dropcam, the popular Wi-Fi wireless video monitoring camera has launched Dropcam Pro, a clearer, richer, faster, wider version of the company´s previous model, the Dropcam HD. The device helps you stay connected to places, people and pets, it is easy to setup and offers, high-definition video, night-vision, two-way talk, digital 8x zoom, and 130 degree field of view. Receive activity alerts for motion and sound, and watch live video remotely on your smartphone, tabl...
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BATTERISER

Fed up of your battery lifetime? Meet Batteriser, a $2.50 gadget that extends disposable battery life by up to 800%!! The ingenious stainless steel sleeve attaches to AA, AAA, C, and D-cell batteries and is thin enough (only 0.1 mm) to fit in most battery powered devices, such as your power hungry magic mouse and trackpad. The magic is possible because Batteriser uses proprietary circuitry to use all of the battery´s energy (most batteries only use 20% of their full...
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