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Wacom Intuos 5

Wacom has announced their new tablets, the high performance Intuos5, aimed at professionals and enthusiasts of art, design and photography. The multitouch gestures complement the commands provided by the traditional pen, allowing commands for zoom, scroll, rotating and moving images, and other commands to navigate the application. You can customize Intuos5 multitouch gestures according to the application used. Three size tablets are available for the Intuos5, small, medium and large. via GadgetReview




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GOOGLE ONHUB WIRELESS ROUTER | Image

GOOGLE ONHUB WIRELESS ROUTER

Tech giants Google have presented the OnHub, a wireless router! The sleek device was developed to take the headache out of home networking, and promises increased security, reliability, speed and usability. The router also works with a companion app for a quick setup, problem fixing, and lets you check on your network and see what devices are connected, how much bandwidth theyre using, and test the speed of your connection. An innovative circular antenna provides be...
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LOGITECH WIRELESS KEYBOARD & TRACKPAD | Image

LOGITECH WIRELESS KEYBOARD & TRACKPAD

Logitech has announced the TK820, a new wireless keyboard with a built-in trackpad that allows you to type and swipe on a single device. The all-in-one innovative keyboard seamlessly integrates typing, touch and gestures. The ultra-slim design takes up less space on your desk and with wireless connection there are no cables to get in the way. It supports up to 13 multitouch gestures and is compatible with Windows 8 and Windows 7. watch the video You can get it in...
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GOOGLE HOME

Google have presented their very own answer to Amazon’s wildly successful Echo. The elegant Google Home, like Echo, is a small voice-activated speaker at its core designed to assist you in your everyday life around the house. Tell it to do things. It’s your own Google, always ready to help. Just start by saying, "Ok Google” to enjoy music, get answers straight from Google, manage your everyday tasks, and easily control smart devices around the home. watch the video ...
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