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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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MEZE 88 CLASSICS HEADPHONES

You may have noticed we are audio junkies and have a strong interest in high-quality sound reproduction, so when we got these Meze headphones sent in, you can  imagine how excited we were. The model featured here is the 88 Classics, Meze´s top of the range headphones created for audiophiles and music enthusiasts. The 88´s are not only good looking but also offer a warm and natural sound due to their stylish ebony wood ear cups. Read our thoughts and check out s...
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PANASONIC LUMIX GF8

Panasonic have introduced the beautifully retro-styled Lumix GF8. The sleek single lens mirrorless camera features a 16 megapixel Digital Live MOS sensor, 5.8fps shooting speed, 1080/60p video and built-in Wi-Fi, and a 3-inch 1040K-dot LCD rear monitor that can be flipped 180 degrees. The GF8 also comes with 100GB of storage on Google Drive, and the faux-leather-wrapped body is available in a choice of brown, silver, pink or orange colors. Theres no word yet on pric...
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HUB+ | BY NONDA

A lot has been said and written about the single USB port on the new MacBook, some might defend that with faster wireless connectivity, streaming services, and the cloud, that we´ll need no cables in the future, but until then, most of us will still be using many cable connected devices. Meet Hub+, a solution to the single port issue! The sleek device features 2 USB-C ports, 1 SDXC card reader, 1 mini DisplayPort, and 3 USB-A charging ports. It also doubles as a ju...
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