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Griffin Helo Tc Helicopter | Controlled By Iphone

The well-known accessories brand for apple products, Griffin, decided to create a new "toy" that will surely make the delight of many people. The Helo TC, is a helicopter controlled remotely by an iDevice, such as an iPhone, iPod or iPad. It comes with a free application. The Helo does not use Wi-Fi like other similar products do, it uses a small radio transmitter that is embedded in a fixture that fits onto your device. Watch the awesome commercial video. via GadgetReview



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FUJI INSTAX MINI 25 INSTANT CAMERA | Image

FUJI INSTAX MINI 25 INSTANT CAMERA

Introducing the Fuji Instax Mini 25, Fujifilm Japans newest instant camera thats just been released in the US. This Camera prints credit card-sized photos on bold Fuji film, but retains a classic instant film look that everyone loves. Its new digital control screen has light and dark exposure settings, a landscape mode for distance shooting and a detachable closeup lens. Theres even a self shoot mirror....
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POLAROID CUBE

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ELECOM SCOPE NODE MOUSE

Elecom Japan introduce us the Scope Node M-SN1UL, The design of the mouse is re-engineered to give you a "Pen and Paper” like accuracy. The laser sensor has 1600 dpi sensitivity to give you the precision you want in your mouse. The laser is positioned off the center which gives the exactness of pointing through a pen....
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