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Philips Designline 3d Tv

The new DesignLine 3D TV by Philips is made ​​of a single piece of glass! The minimal TV can be hang on a wall or placed against it. The idea is to blend the TV into the background, using a gradient from black to transparent and making it practically invisible, giving the TV a cool floating effect. It will be available in 46 or 55 inches with Philips Ambilight backlighting. watch the video



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ZNAPS MAGNETIC ADAPTER

Genius! ZNAPS is a tiny magnetic charging adapter for mobile devices, its a simple small idea with a great impact, it prevents frayed charging cables, tripping over cables, fiddling to plug in cable in the dark, water damage through charging outlet, and more! Simply plug the specialized micro-connector into your phone, place the included adapter on the Micro-USB/Lightning connector head and magnetically connect to start charging! With just one touch, you can instant...
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LOGITECH TV CAM

The Logitech Tv Cam takes video calls into your living room, you can use it to make and receive high-definition  video calls right on your HDTV, no computer necessary. Now, instead of crowding around a computer, you say hi to your friends and family on your Tv, all from the confort of your couch....
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HIDDEN | BLUETOOTH SPEAKER

HiddenRadio is a clean minimal Radio & Bluetooth speaker, it will come to life thanks to a very successful kickstarter campaign. The manufacturer call´s it "The world’s simplest and most intuitive wireless speaker and FM radio ever", by the look of it, we have to agree. The portable speaker weighs less than a pound and offers 15hrs of solid 90dB sound. To use simply lift the cap to turn it on, the further you lift the cap the louder it gets! The unique 360° spea...
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