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Sphero | Smartphone Controlled Ball

U.S. company Orbotix will begin selling by the end of the year a robotic ball with LED light connected via bluetooth and controlled with an app on your Android or iPhone as if it were a remote controlled car. It has a range of around 50 feet and requires no power connection to charge, it has included a induction charge system that feeds the power directly from the smartphone used as a remote control. The Sphero features many other functions: LED lights inside that can be customized by the owner, a boost mode that gives you the strength to overcome several obstacles...hours of fun! Watch the video



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Taylor Stitch
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CARDO BK-1 | BLUETOOTH CYCLING COMMUNICATION | Image

CARDO BK-1 | BLUETOOTH CYCLING COMMUNICATION

Winner of the 2013 Red Dot design award, Cardo BK-1 is the world’s first Bluetooth Cycling Communication and Entertainment System. It allows communication between up to 5 cyclists at a distance of up to 500m/1600feet, and features mobile phone connectivity, in-the-ear instructions from GPS devices and MP3 stereo music streaming from compatible devices. All this without being encumbered by dangling wires. Also available from amazon Available in Europe here ...
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Sony RX100 V

Sony´s king of point-and-shoots gets even better! The new Sony RX100 V can shoot an insane 24 RAW images per second for 150 shots! The impressively capable pocket-sized shooter features a new image processor, a built-in RAM chip and larger buffer to speed things up. An improved AF system also boosts its speed to give it the fastest auto-focus on the market. Though it has the same 20.1-megapixel resolution and one-inch size, the compact camera is able to record UHD 4...
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AUDIOBULB | WIRELESS SPEAKER LIGHT BULB | Image

AUDIOBULB | WIRELESS SPEAKER LIGHT BULB

There is no stopping technology and imagination, the latest mind-boggling product we found are these wireless speaker light bulbs. Appropriately named AudioBulb, the revolutionary device allows you to use up to eight light bulbs as speakers, connected wirelessly to your iPhone/iPod or any other auxiliary input. You can also dim the lights from your iPhone, all this avoiding holes in the wall for running wires through! source...
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