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Orbi WiFi System

Netgear has recently introduced the Orbi, a multi-unit Wi-Fi router system that delivers a stronger, faster WiFi signal throughout your home. It´s the world’s first to feature Tri-band technology, meaning you get the fastest internet speeds similar to a wired connection. With 2 Orbi units you can effectively cover 4000 square feet of living space with speeds up to twice as fast as other multi-unit routers on the market. No more dead zones, and enjoy seamless 4K video streaming and gaming without lag, buffering or fallen connections. watch the video below

Available for purchase in Europe here




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DROPCAM

Dropcam is the worlds smallest HD Wi-Fi Wireless Video Monitoring Camera. Dropcam provides a great solution for monitoring whats going on in your home, your nursery, your business, your kids...all sent over the Internet with bank-level security! Setup is very easy and no software installation is required, the 720p HD video quality is excellent, and you can talk-back with two-way audio. Other notable features our: Dropcam HD alerts you when it detects motion or sound...
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AQUAFARM

Aquafarm was born thanks to a very successful Kickstarter campaign, it is a Self-Cleaning Fish Tank that Grows Food! It features a clever loop eco-system, with fish waste feeding the plants and plants cleaning the water. You can grow beans, basil, thyme, baby greens, oregano, mint, parsley, right on top of the fish tank, and with the science of aquaponics, the Aquafarm transforms your fish’s waste into nutrients for the plants. All this is happening without soil and...
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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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