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Moshi Xync

The new Xync by Moshi is a quintessential travel companion for iPhone/iPad users. The little device easily attaches to a keyring and features a handy 4-inch (10 cm) long charge/sync lightning connector and a sliding USB port for a sleek and compact design. Hidden inside are hidden compartments for carrying extra SIM cards(1 micro, 1 nano) and an always useful eject tool.

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NIKON D7000

This has been around since October, we´ve been hearing such great things about this camera we thought we would feature it here. The Nikon D7000 really is an upgrade for Nikon D90 and Nikon D300S users, it features a high resolution 16.2 MP DX-format CMOS sensor, Dynamic ISO range from 100 to 6400, and can record breathtaking full 1080p HD movies. Read an extensive review here....
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LIFESTRAW GO

The award winning Lifestraw has now been incorporated into a sports bottle. Lifestraw Go is an essential device for any hiker, camper, mountaineer or adventurer, giving you access to safe drinking water even when there is no water source nearby. The personal water filter enables users to drink water safely from contaminated water sources, simply use the bottle to scoop water from any pond, stream or river, and you will have a supply of fresh, clean drinking water. I...
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WORLDS FIRST 3D HOME VIDEO CAMCORDER

The future is here! The new Panasonic HDC-SDT750 shoots 3D video ready to play back on 3D-capable televisions, includes a 3D conversion lens that enables the camcorder to shoot powerful and true-to-life 3D video content. In addition to shooting 3D, the SDT750 can record full 1080p High Definition (HD) in AVCHD, when the 3D conversion lens is unattached, and includes powerful features such as a 3MOS system, a Leica Dicomar lens and a 12x optical zoom....
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