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Samsung Level-over Headphones

Samsung have released the sleek new high-end Level-Over Noise Cancelling Wireless Headphones. The elegant over-ear headphones offer active noise cancelation, blocking unwanted ambient noise, and feature smart touch controls integrated into the side of the earpiece, allowing you to skip tracks, adjust the volume and answer calls with simple finger gestures on the touch panel.

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WALLET TRACKR | NEVER LOSE YOUR WALLET AGAIN | Image

WALLET TRACKR | NEVER LOSE YOUR WALLET AGAIN

Some time ago we did a feature on the "Cobra Tag", a sensor you can attach to your keys, purse, computer bag, or any other item you want to protect from loss. It was developed by Phone Halo. Now the company have a new project, the Wallet TrackR. The Wallet TrackR is a small device the size of a credit card that keeps you from losing your wallet. All you have to do is place the device in your wallet and connect it to your smartphone via a free app. The Wallet TrackR ...
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DISTRESSED LEATHER IPHONE 5 CASE

Etsy store JooJobs first caught our attention with their Distressed Leather iPhone 5 wallet, their collection is pretty impressive, with some beautifully crafted leather items, including this hand stitched iPhone 5 Leather Protective Case. Also made with distressed leather, the vintage looking case offers maximum protection for the iPhone5/5s, and features a bonus rear credit card slot....
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KONOST FF

Konost is a new startup composed of engineers and designers passionate about photography, their beautiful Konost FF is a digital rangefinder that could very well challenge Leica. They state "Konost FF is the world´s first true digital rangefinder”, instead of using the traditional mechanical rangefinder, it uses electronics overlayed on an optical viewfinder. Although not yet available (expected in early 2016), we leave you with some specs: it will feature a aluminu...
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