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Lg Retro Classic Tv

New product with old technology. The Retro Classic TV has a 14 inch display, an antenna and chrome legs. However, it has a digital tuner, video input and remote control. So it is not quite ancient. You can still change the image from color and black and white, just for fun. So far this TV is only available in Korea and costs $220. But perhaps LG resolve to bring this retro TV to other places on the planet.



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MISULU C24 | IPAD MUSIC KEYBOARD | Image

MISULU C24 | IPAD MUSIC KEYBOARD

The Misulu C.24 is a two octave wireless music keyboard designed for iPad. It has the same size as the iPad and works as a magnetic cover. With only 10mm of thickness it rises up to reveal a hi-tech keyboard that uses magnets instead of traditional springs giving it both reliability and longevity. It also features two LED regions above the keyboard, one assigned to shift the keyboard’s octave assignment, the other designed for analog expression such as pitch bend. I...
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NIFTY MINIDRIVE

The Nifty MiniDrive is the simplest way to increase your MacBook´s storage capacity. The sleek little device slips right into your Macbook Air or Macbook Pro´s SD card slot adding 64Gigs of extra storage and looking fully integrated with your Mac. It´s main selling point is its elegant design, made from the same aircraft-grade aluminum as you Mac, the Minidrive fits seamlessly into your machine, you can just leave it there and make it part of your laptop, you won´t ...
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EDITIONS | AOL MAGAZINE APP | Image

EDITIONS | AOL MAGAZINE APP

AOL has released their new project for download. This time they decided to enter the iPad application world with an app that simulates a magazine. Editions is a custom magazine that will deliver 30 to 40 pages to your iPad every morning. The magazine uses an algorithm to track the type of content that it believes may be of your interest, which explains the slogan "The magazine that reads you."...
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