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Philips Hue

You might recall the revolutionary smartphone controlled light bulbs called LIFX we recently featured, now Philips have presented a similar product called HUE. The bulbs let you control your lighting from an iPhone or iPad and personalize settings such as timers, colors, shade and brightness. It also allows you to monitor your lights remotely when not at home for security. All this plus they use 80 percent less power than a traditional light bulb! The smart LED light bulbs are available from today exclusively in Apple Stores worldwide. Watch the amazing video



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EMERGENCY PHONE CHARGER

If you are heading to a music festival, camping, hiking.... don’t forget to take a TurboCharger 3400 with you. This nifty little device will give your phone a boost of juice and means you won’t have to live without it at any point over the weekend. It comes with a retractable cable and range of interchangeable connector heads, for Iphone, Ipod, Blackberry, Nokia, HTC, etc... With 3400mAh, the TurboCharger´s battery capacity is almost three times that of the iPhone 3...
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Nikon KeyMission Action Cameras

Nikon have announced their full line of rugged action cameras. Adding to the KeyMission 360 ($499), the 360-degree camera the company announced at CES, two new cameras also carry the KeyMission branding, and their names also correspond to their field of view. The KeyMission 170 ($399) captures 170° 4k ultra-hd videos and stills, and can record in ultra slow motion, time-lapse, create highlight tags and more. The KeyMission 80 ($279) is incredibly compact and lightwe...
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Canon EOS 5D Mark IV

Canon have finally unveiled their highly anticipated new flagship DSLR, the EOS 5D Mark IV. The next generation of the popular and versatile "5D series” has some impressive features including a 30.4-megapixel, full-frame CMOS sensor, 4K video capability (4096 x 2160) at 23.98, 24, 25 and 30 fps, as well as a 61-point autofocus system, built-in digital lens optimizer, NFC, WiFi, an ISO range of 100-32,000, plus up to and seven frames per second (FPS) continuous shoot...
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