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Sony Xperia Touch

Sony have presented the Xperia Touch, a portable projector thatīll turn any table into a tablet. It looks like a large, external hard drive, but it’s essentially a device projecting an Android tablet interface onto a wall or table. The Xperia Touch uses SXRD projection display technology, combined with a built-in camera and Infrared light to detect touch in real-time at 60fps. It will turn any flat surface, horizontal or vertical, into a 23-inch to 80-inch 720p touchscreen using ultrashort-throw projection. The groundbreaking projector also incorporates equally useful software, providing weather information, a memo board, a calendar, a Skype portal, a piano keyboard app and a drawing app. The sleek device also runs with any app or game downloaded from the Google play store. watch the video below



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LIMITED EDITION VACUUM TUBE RADIO | Image

LIMITED EDITION VACUUM TUBE RADIO

Designed by Jonas Damon, called the 2b radio, consists of three vacuum tubes that brodcast signals in big, warm, radiant sound. You can watch the tubes at work through the open back. It is aldo mp3 compatible. You can get this limited edition at Areaware online store....
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MINIOT COVER MK2 FOR IPAD | Image

MINIOT COVER MK2 FOR IPAD

The miniot Cover Mk2 is a beautiful real wood cover for the iPad. The stylish cover features a smart wood hinge that magnetically snaps to your iPad and keeps it firmly attached. The magnet arrays inside automatically wake and sleep your iPad, and the Ultrasuede microfiber lining inside protects it from scratches. The covers are made in Holland from the finest wood species and are available for all iPad generations in several colors....
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LYTRO CAMERA | SHOOT NOW FOCUS LATER | Image

LYTRO CAMERA | SHOOT NOW FOCUS LATER

This is the Lytro Digital Camera, itīs technology will revolutionize digital cameras forever. If this U.S. startup delivers what they promise, focusing before shooting will be a memory of the past. Focusing comes after, on the computer, the user is free to choose the focus point they want. The Lytro works with a multi-focus system, it looks at different points in the image and saves it in a single file. Itīs like taking several photos at the same time with differen...
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