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Gest

Remember Tom Cruise´s Minority Report? The software system he had where he only used his hands to manage computer´s info? Well it´s available as of now with Gest. Gest is a real innovative peripheral that lets you control the items on your screen in a real intuitive way with just the movement of your hands. Grab, twitch or point and get the handle on the icon of your choice for multiple apps and softwares. Sci-fi tech available today, put your keyboard and mouse in the attic, no more need for these pre-historic items. With 15 built-in sensors you can customize the use you want for each one of them, so each Gest can fit your specific needs. We´re pretty sure it´ll shake up the peripherals market. With a precision level that´s really on the high side it´ll surely be the thing to get if you´re a hands-on person. watch the video below



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APPLE MAGIC TRACKPAD | Image

APPLE MAGIC TRACKPAD

Designed for desktop users, the new Magic Trackpad is the first Multi-Touch trackpad designed to work with your Mac desktop computer. It uses the same multi-touch technology you use on the MacBook Pro. It is connected via bluetooth so theres no annoying cables, and the entire surface is one large button, so you can click and double-click any....
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CHAMBER MULTI TOOL | Image

CHAMBER MULTI TOOL

The Chamber by Fabric, is an efficient and practical multi-tool for cyclists that offers 13 functions. The sleek, lightweight design is a cyclist´s essential, it features a smooth metal case that securely holds 13 tools, ensuring there is no snagging on clothing or equipment. Choose from 6 double-ended bits and an 8mm over-bit and place them on the effective T-bar head, allowing you to easily access hard to reach areas of the bike. Learn more from Fabric, or purc...
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WTHR | SIMPLE WEATHER APP | Image

WTHR | SIMPLE WEATHER APP

This has to be one of the most beautiful apps we have seen, the WTHR is a simple, minimal and beautiful weather app. The app was designed by David Elgena, he based is design on the "10 Principles of Good Design" by Dieter Rams (Braun product designer). The end result is a clean, intuitive interface that tells you the current weather and the forecast for the next five days. We love it! source...
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