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Line-us Robot Drawing Arm

Line-us is a small robot arm that draws with a pen on paper anything you draw on screen. The quirky little robot mimics your writing on a tablet or computer in real time, copying your hand movements, through its sketches, in exactly the same order you did. The tiny robot can also draw out saved drawings (yours or others). Simply connect it to a USB battery or power supply and you are ready to go, use it on any writable surface, a sketchbook, diary, notebook or just a piece of paper. Whether you use it to collect your doodles, other peoples drawings, use it to send messages, or transform the digital into physical, the possibilities are numerous. watch the video below

Learn more at Line-us, or pre-order now from Kickstarter




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TOUCH LAPDESK N600 | BY LOGITECH | Image

TOUCH LAPDESK N600 | BY LOGITECH

Touch Lapdesk N600 is a device consisting of a large touchpad that makes it easier to point, scroll and change content on the Internet. With this equipment we can move the mouse pointer with just one finger, it also lets you use the scroll mode with two or more fingers, for example to move your images or pages. It features a multilayer design that protects the user from the heat of the laptop, it also has a non-slip surface to keep the computer safe in place....
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METAL CORDIES | KEEPS CABLES ON THE TABLE

Cordies is a cable organization product, it keeps all of your cables organized and weighted down: phone chargers, digital camera cords, audio cables, whatever isn not in use but should not be flopping around. Metal Cordies is made of sleek metal with black accents....
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OBI WORLDPHONE

Obi Worldphone is a new project by former Apple CEO John Sculley and former Apple Industrial Design lead Robert Brunne. The new startup is hoping to shake up the affordable Android market with two beautiful devices, the SF1 ($199) and the SJ1.5 ($129), both combine stylish designs and decent specifications. The SF1 boasts a 5-inch display(1920x1080), a 64-bit Qualcomm Snapdragon 615 processor, 2GB of RAM, 16GB of expandable storage, a high-end Sony 13MP camera, Dolb...
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