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Hyperlapse

Instagram have introduced a new app called Hyperlapse, it lets you shoot video, turning it into cinematically smooth time lapse. The appīs impressive built-in stabilization technology lets you capture high-quality time lapse videos even while in motion, you can even choose a playback speed of up to 12x! watch the video



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BOSE SOUNDLINK WIRELESS MOBILE SPEAKER | Image

BOSE SOUNDLINK WIRELESS MOBILE SPEAKER

Bose has presented the SoundLink Wireless, a wireless speaker used via the Bluetooth connection of any device, be it an iPad, iPhone, Android, Blackberry, laptop or tablet. Bose SoundLink can be up to 10 m of its signal transmitting unit. Using rechargeable batteries, the Bose SoundLink can play up to 8 hours uninterrupted. The SoundLink Mobile is similar in size to a book, itīs relatively light and has a retro cover of leather or nylon. Compact and lightweight, Bos...
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Satechi Type-C Card Reader

Photographers rejoice, experience blazing-fast data transfer speeds with this slim aluminum adapter. Satechi have introduced a new Type-C Card Reader that blends beautifully into your new MacBook, giving you the perfect solution for accessing your SD and Micro SD cards. With the new MacBook, comes the single USB port, but that doesn’t mean you can’t use your memory cards. This slim solution to Appleīs oversight, turns its single USB-C port into a Type-C Ca...
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COIN | ALL-IN-ONE CREDIT CARD | Image

COIN | ALL-IN-ONE CREDIT CARD

What if you could replace your handful of credit cards with one super card? Meet Coin, one  thin card that stores an unlimited number of payment methods. Simply swipe your cards on a credit card reader(included) and all the data is stored in the Coin app on your smartphone. You can then leave your cards at home and choose which card you want to use from the Coin card LCD screen. It works as a regular card, allowing you to swipe it the same way you normally woul...
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