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Pulse Smartpen | By Livescribe

Livescribe is based in Oakland California, they produce the Pulse Smartpen, at first glance, the gadget seems to be just a pen, but itīs much more than that, itīs a computing platform based on paper and a perfect tool for students, journalists, bloggers, and anyone who needs to take lots of notes. The pen records everything you hear, say and write, while linking your audio recordings to your notes. With the included software, you can upload, save and play back your interactive notes and audio recordings on your computer.



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SNAP PRO

Snap Pro is a must have for the new-age mobile photographers, a new case for the iPhone that makes snapping professional pictures easier than ever before. The sleek case brings the best features of a traditional camera back to your phone, equipping it with an actual shutter button, an interchangeable lens system, ergonomic grips, and making it compatible with most tripods. It works directly with the native iPhone Camera App, no cables, no pairing, no batteries or ad...
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ADVENTURER PORTABLE MICROWAVE

The Adventurer Portable Microwave is on the way to make outdoor lovers meals easier to cook. The small appliance is light enough to carry in your backpack, with a weight of just under 2.6lb (1.2kg) and a size of 305x128 mm it offers a cooking power of about 250w which is already reasonable for the size portions you can put inside. You get the typical backlight, the start/stop and time adjustment buttons and the mandatory digital display. Featuring a different techno...
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DXO ONE

DxO One is a new must have gadget for the new-age mobile photographers, it turns your iPhone or iPad into a full 1-inch 20MP sensor DSLR! The tiny camera add-on attaches to the iPhones Lightning port and swivels 60-degrees in either direction, letting you shoot shoot RAW photos on your iPhone behind an f/1.8 32mm equivalent lens. The included app turns the iPhone into a large viewfinder with the same manual controls found on a DSLR, like Speed, Aperture Priority, an...
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