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Karma Go

Karma Go is the new version of the popular Karma Classic, a 4G Pay-As-You-Go Wi-Fi Hotspot. Just as its predecessor, Karma Go requires no subscription or contract, you simply pay for data as you go (1GB for $14). Karma Go puts ultrafast WiFi in your pocket and goes any place you do! Oh, and it supports up to 8 simultaneous connections. watch the video

The Karma Go will cost $149, but you´re able to pre-order one now for $99.




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LIGHTPACK

After a very successful Kickstarter campaign(raised over $500,000), Lightpack is now available for purchase. Lightpack is an ambient backlight for your displays, illuminating the wall behind your tv or computer monitor with the same colors currently being displayed on your screen. This creates the impression of a deeper immersion into the scene and visually enlarges your tv display, taking your gaming or movie experience to the next level. It als...
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SAMSUNG GEAR 360

Samsung Gear 360 aims to charter new territory by hopping on to the most recent image category: the 360º cameras. This new device uses a dual lens system that features a 15MP sensor on each one of them, capturing high quality stills and video images. It´s small and portable, and you can pair it with the S7 and S7 edge series and enjoy its full potential with the VR headset. It´s also dust and splash resistant so you´ll be able to take it with you on your outdoor adv...
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AUGUST DOORBELL CAM

August Doorbell Cam is a new item that enables you to remain in contact with your home´s doorstep even when you´re not there. So even if you´re miles away, just connect to it using a wi-fi network, check who´s ringing at your doorbell and interact with them with the one-way HD camera and sound using your smartphone, this device lets you know instantly through a notification via the app that comes with it. No need to install extra cable paraphernalia, it uses Bluetoo...
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