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Dewalt Gyroscopic Screwdriver

The new DeWalt Gyroscopic Screwdriver is one interesting tool, it features gyroscopic controls, simply turn your wrist without touching a button! turn your wrist to the right and the tool tightens the screw, turn your wrist to the left and the gyroscopic sensors tell the screwdriver to loosen the screw, the farther you twist your wrist, the faster it spins. The nifty tool also allows the user to hold it either straight in-line or pistol grip style for comfortable use. It also features battery indicator, LED light and 15 clutch position settings. watch the video and see it in action



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CLOCKONE

ClockONE is a 4mm thin digital clock powered by a tiny watch battery. Developed by Twelve24, the minimal wall clock uses electronic ink technology(same used on kindle paper displays), giving it great contrast and very wide viewing angles even from far away. It also has incredible battery life, it requires very little power, being able to run on a single CR2450 button battery for a full year! The beautiful and remarkably light clock can be attache...
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SKELETON SYSTEM PRO III

Fascinated with Human anatomy? then check out Skeletal System Pro III, some must-have reference material for anyone who is looking to learn a little (or a lot) more about the human skeletal system. Developed in collaboration with Stanford University School of Medicine, this beautifully designed app allows users to explore the fascinating skeletal system, by cutting, zooming and rotating parts of the Human Skeleton as well as viewing animations, creating notes, shari...
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SLANG APP

Sneakerheads rejoice! Slang is a new app that lets you buy and sell sneakers right on your iPhone. It is basically like Tinder of the sneaker game, simply post a photo and description of the sneakers you want to swap, and choose the shoes you want by browsing the other sneakers submitted by the community. When a match is made, between a pair of sneakers you want and the ones you are offering, both parties use a pre-addressed label to ship to Slang, who acts as the m...
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