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Uco Arka | Charger/lantern/flashlight

The innovative UCO Arka is designed for the adventurous outdoor enthusiast. The unique hybrid Arka functions as a Pack Lantern, a Flashlight, an Emergency Light and a Portable Charging station all-in-one. It allows you to charge USB devices such as mobile phones, GPS devices, mp3 players and cameras. The lantern can be dimmed to preserve the battery, it has 3 LED settings: Night Vision mode, Strobe mode, or Emergency S.O.S mode. It also features a flashlight mode. Handy details like a split ring and a extendable foot rest, allow for hanging and setting just about any place. Plus, it is impact and water resistant, capable of resisting harsh weather conditions. watch the video



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IWATCH2 | BY ANTONIO DEROSA | Image

IWATCH2 | BY ANTONIO DEROSA

Sometime ago we featured the creative work of Antonio DeRosa, the iCam, a very good looking camera concept. Antonio has come up with another genius design, the iWatch2, a concept for the long awaited iWatch. The visionary concept features 32GB memory, wiFi and bluetooth connections to the iPhone/iPad, face camera, and an LCD projector. Let´s hope that Apple picks up on this concept.   ...
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GROVEMADE DESK TRAYS

Included in Grovemade´s beautiful desk collection, are these practical trays for your Apple Keyboard and Trackpad. The sleek trays feature a slim profile that maintain the ergonomics of the keyboard/trackpad and mirror Apple’s iconic design. Simply slide in your device, and flip it to access the handy storage tray, perfect for storing the little items on your desk that seem always out of place, such as batteries, pens, business cards,  paper clips and more. Ava...
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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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