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Amazon Fire Tv Stick

Amazon is taking on Chromecast with their new $39 Fire TV Stick! The tiny device connects to your TV via HDMI and lets you stream video from many services such as Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon Prime of course. Simply plug it in, connect it to Wi-Fi, and go. Fire TV Stick is fast and fluid, thanks to a dual-core processor, and features 8 GB of storage.

If you´re a Amazon Prime Member, the Amazon Fire TV stick can be bought now for only $19




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LOMOGRAPHY KONSTRUKTOR

Lomography announced the Konstruktor, the World’s first Do-It-Yourself 35mm SLR! The camera comes in a cardboard box with all the components and a simple guide to take you through all the steps in building the camera. You´ll learn, understand and experience how analogue photography works. If you were a fan of building model airplanes as a kid, you’re going to love this camera kit. watch the video (thanks Antonio)...
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REMOVU P1

The REMOVU P1 is a device that allows GoPro users to enjoy the Wi-Fi live view capabilities while you are in action. It is the world´s first wearable Wi-Fi Live Viewer and Wireless Remote that works with the GoPro LCD Bacpac. It can control all functions remotely on the go with a single touch. The wireless remote with touch capability will allow you to have full control of the camera while you are in action, view what the GoPro sees without having to remove it from ...
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POCKETCELL RECHARGEABLE BATTERY | BY INNERGIE

The PocketCell by Innergie is a device that can recharge the battery of your smartphone, tablet or multimedia player, using 3000 mAh. The product uses a multi-connector cable, that has three ports: miniUSB, microUSB and Apple 30-pin. According to Innergie, this portable battery can deliver up to 4.5 hours of autonomy for the iPad, or 15 hours for your phone. ...
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