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Noisli

Noisli is a beautifully designed app that generates background noise and color for working and relaxing. The minimal app follows the success of the popular web version already being used by coders, programmers, bloggers, writers, students and translators during work. As with the web version, the app lets you play and mix sounds such as rain, wind, fire, water stream…even a coffee shop! you can then create and save your very own background stream to work with or relax to. Noisli also supports offline playback and features a handy timer so you can set a time to fade out the audio.



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AUDIOENGINE D3

Audiophiles rejoice! Audioengine D3 is a digital to audio converter & headphone amplifier, what this means is you can bypass your computers headphone output and send music directly through a USB port for noticeably improved fidelity and a higher output. The quality of most computer headphone outputs isn´t generally very inspiring, so the D3 provides a better option by streaming audio from your computers USB port and directly connecting to your music system or he...
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Minibot

Inspectorbots manufactures wireless robot platforms, this rugged robotic vehicle is called the Minibot. With its Go-Pro Camera, you can record and control it on a App from your smartphone, and with a 180 degree pan and 135 degree tilt, the operator can have a virtual 3D experience. With its 4WD wheels, it can spin on a dime, and is perfect for confined spaces or remote operations. You control it as if you were inside the vehicle itself. Drive it into a hazardous env...
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KODAK EKTRA SMARTPHONE

Kodak Ektra is an Android smartphone made for photographers, with a curved DSLR-like grip and a shutter button placed on the top of the device. It looks like a 1940s camera and is named after the company’s 1941 rangefinder. The name isn’t the only nostalgic element, the retro design of the device and the classic leather accessories really take you back in time. Since the phone is aimed directly at photographers, the photo features are what really stand out besides t...
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