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Pearl RearVision

Pearl RearVision is a new aftermarket add on that you can get for your car to boost up your parking skills. If you´re really into your car and just get depressed whenever you scratch it or get a bump on the fender, then this device is just for you. It features two HD cameras that let you check the back of your car with full details and with different angles to keep everything in check. You can mount it yourself, easily, and then it´s just a question of pairing up with your smartphone via the included app, check the live image on its screen, and you´re good to go. watch the video below



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Pearl RearVision from Pearl on Vimeo.



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PROPS | KEEP YOUR EARBUDS WITHIN REACH

Quriky keep surprising us with their innovative and creative line of products. Their newest addition is Props, a simple and useful croaky,  designed to keep your earbuds tethered to you. Props keeps your earbuds within reach everytime you have to remove them, it extends like arms to your earbuds, keeping them in place and in the vicinity of your ears. Props are currently in production and should be available soon....
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HEXO PLUS

Hexo + is a drone that autonomously follows and films above the user, simply use the included app to adjust the desired settings, set the distance between you and the drone, choose the height, and the angle, front, side or back. Then let your Hexo + follow and film you in action! The intelligent flying camera continuously repositions itself tracking your exact trajectory and filming your every move. It even takes off and lands automatically! The aerial camera is per...
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GOOGLE CHROMECAST

The new Google Chromecast is an easy way to enjoy online video and music on your TV. It is google´s answer to other popular streaming devices like Apple TV and Roku. With a simply setup, all you have to do is plug it into any HDTV and connect to your home WiFi network. You can then stream Netflix, YouTube, Google Play, as well as anything on the web through the Chrome browser. It works with Android, iOS, Chrome for Mac, and Chrome for Windows. You can get it from to...
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