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Sixty Cordless Phone | By Sagemcom

Sagemcom presents its new, but highly reminiscent, phone: The Sixty. A perfect inclusion for your home with a touch of creativity, the Sixty brings together a truly retro design look with the latest DECT cordless phone technology. A true decorative piece, the Sixty consists of a base containing a touch dial placed around a reverse video Dot matrix screen (white on black background) and a wireless handset with a 10 hour communication standby battery life, and with a radio range of up to 300 m indoor.




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NOMADPLUS

NomadPlus is an innovative 2-in-1 charging solution, adding an additional 100% phone charge on the go. The smart device upcycles your Apple wall adapter into a portable battery pack, simply plug it into your Apple charger, and charge any smartphone or other USB powered devices. After you unplug it from the wall, youŽll have a portable battery pack with enough power to fully charge your phone. Compatible with both Apple and Android devices. Learn more from Nom...
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PDJ | POCKET DJ PAD

This beautiful eye-catching device by Korean brand JD Sound is a portable DJ pad that has no need to be connected to a computer or a power supply. Winner of the 2013 iF product design award, this is the perfect companion for DJs and music lovers. PDJ features two touch control panels with LCDs which can operate two different sounds simultaneously, and a central mini mixing desk. With the integrated digital turntable you can mix tracks and lay special filte...
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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 ...
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