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AirBar

Your MacBook Air can finally have a touchscreen, but not thanks to Apple. You can now turn your regular monitor into a touch screen display with this AirBar sensor, simply attach it beneath the screen with the included magnets and plug into a USB port to create a touchscreen laptop! AirBar then senses any finger or stylus touch on your display and lets your laptop respond just like it would if you had a real touchscreen, draw, tap, pinch, rotate and zoom… it’s fast and easy. If you like to touch, this is it. watch the video below

Learn more from AirBar, or grab one from Amazon




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Insta360 EVO

Insta360, a company that makes 360-degree video recording accessible to the masses, has introduced a groundbreaking foldable camera that shoots both 180 3D and 360-degree interactive video! The Insta360 EVO VR camera has two halves with one lens each, when facing the same way it can capture 5.7K 180-degree 3D video and 18-megapixel 180-degree 3D photos, but fold it in half and things switch to full 360. Besides the usual formats like JPEG and MP4, the camera can a...
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ThunderMag

With the introduction of USB-C on new MacBook´s, Apple´s MagSafe connector safety feature is sadly absent. The new ThunderMag adapter saves you hundreds of dollars in repairs when you trip over it. Developed by Innerexile over the past three years, this little gadget is claimed to be the world´s first truly Thunderbolt 3-compatible magnetic adapter. The magnetic adapter works with every device that utilizes the increasingly ubiquitous USB-C port, and safely disconne...
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MOMENT PRO CAMERA APP

Moment have added "Pro" shooting features to their popular iOS and Android camera apps, for people who love photography and want more control over the native app. The Moment Pro Camera App brings DSLR-like controls to your smartphone, giving you full manual control, without the clutter. The idea is to offer smartphone photographers a variety of high-end tools for taking quality photographs when you want to really take a photo rather than a quick snapshot. The beauti...
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