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Nintendo Switch

Nintendo has announced its much anticipated new console - the Nintendo Switch! The new device is a versatile gaming console, it offers unprecedented new video game play styles, enabling gamers the freedom to play the same game wherever, whenever and with whomever they choose. It is a hybrid mobile and home console with a tablet element and detachable controllers. It will connect to a television when resting in the included dock, and when lifted out of the dock, it will instantly transition to portable mode. The portable unit also offers a high-definition display, and features two detachable Joy-Con controllers, one on either side for a more Wii U-like experience. They can also be used independently like two miniature gamepads. The Nintendo Switch will be released worldwide in March 2017. watch the video below



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NEW PS3

Sony has unveiled a smaller, lighter PS3 model. The new version of the popular console will be available in two different models, with 250GB and 500GB HDDs, it is approximately 25% smaller and 20% lighter than the current PS3. The new super slim PS3 will be available from September 25, just in time for Christmas. A little disappointing for those expecting a PS4, but still a must have. ...
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CLOCKONE

ClockONE is a 4mm thin digital clock powered by a tiny watch battery. Developed by Twelve24, the minimal wall clock uses electronic ink technology(same used on kindle paper displays), giving it great contrast and very wide viewing angles even from far away. It also has incredible battery life, it requires very little power, being able to run on a single CR2450 button battery for a full year! The beautiful and remarkably light clock can be attache...
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ELECOM SCOPE NODE MOUSE

Elecom Japan introduce us the Scope Node M-SN1UL, The design of the mouse is re-engineered to give you a "Pen and Paper” like accuracy. The laser sensor has 1600 dpi sensitivity to give you the precision you want in your mouse. The laser is positioned off the center which gives the exactness of pointing through a pen....
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