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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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NETATMO | PERSONAL WEATHER STATION | Image

NETATMO | PERSONAL WEATHER STATION

Netatmo is a personal weather station, the kit comes with a pair of sensors that monitor your living environment and wirelessly transmits all your data to your Smartphone. It also includes the Netatmo App that displays your Stations indoor and outdoor measurements, into clear and comprehensive dashboards, graphs and notifications. It measures temperature, barometric pressure, humidity, CO2 concentration, noise pollution... and reminds you to ventilate, at the right ...
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PHONEBLOKS

What would happen if cell phones could be upgraded easily by us, without having to replace them? This is the genius idea behind Dave Hakkens Phonebloks. Everyday we throw away millions of electronic devices, most of the times its only one of the components that causes the problem, the rest of the device works fine, but still gets thrown away. The brilliant Phonebloks is a customizable modular smartphone, made of blocks connected to the base, with the user choosing w...
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VEEBEAM | WIRELESS PC TO TV LINK | Image

VEEBEAM | WIRELESS PC TO TV LINK

No more cables! Veebeam enables streaming video in full HD from your PC to an HDTV via Wi-Fi. The process is very simple and only takes a few steps to be able to stream content in full HD 1080p. Obviously, you must have a TV that supports this resolution. Veebeam consists of a wireless receiver and a USB antenna, that simple, no cables no software....
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