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Akai Mpc Fly | For Ipad

Akai Professional have launched a revolutionary device, the MPC Fly, the first MPC designed specifically for iPad 2. It merges an MPC pad with the power of an iPad 2. The device acts as a protective case you can slide your iPad into, its multifunctional, double-hinged design gives you the flexibility to produce tracks on the go. The device works with the MPC App, it has a built in sound library of samples and drum kits, a four-track mixer, sound library, sample editing and an EQ. source



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MINIDOCK | BY BLUELOUNGE | Image

MINIDOCK | BY BLUELOUNGE

How common is it to get your cables tangled when charging your iphone, with the new device from Bluelounge called MiniDock, this no longer happens. It is a small dock that is compatible with the iPhone adapter with an USB output. The MiniDock is the latest of the wire-free products from innovative brand Bluelounge, all designed specifically for easy charging of the iPhone, either while traveling or at home. The compatibility of these devices with electrical plugs va...
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LUNA CONCRETE SKIN FOR IPHONE 6 | Image

LUNA CONCRETE SKIN FOR IPHONE 6

Korean creative house Posh Projects have just released their latest version of the popular Luna Concrete Skin, this time around for the iPhone 6. The sleek skin is made with real concrete! and is designed to resemble the surface of the moon (a classic smooth concrete version is also available). The skin is easily attached and adds very little bulk and weight to your phone, nothing remains and when you take it off. via...
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WACOM INKLING | DIGITALLY CAPTURES WHAT YOU DRAW | Image

WACOM INKLING | DIGITALLY CAPTURES WHAT YOU DRAW

Wouldn´t it be great if your ideas began as sketches on paper, and automatically became vector graphics?. Inkling is a Wacom pen that has a small receiver device that you attach to any paper or sketchbook, together they capture every stroke of your work of art. You can then convert your design to digital via USB, it then becomes a vector drawing! you can now edit your drawing in any image editing software, how awesome is that? Watch the video...
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