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Kano | Diy Computer Kit

The most crowdfunded learning invention of all time is now available for pre-order. Kano is an "Ikea-style” kit that allows children of all ages to build a computer from scratch. The DIY computer and coding kit lets everyone from grade school kids to adults build a computer, make games and music, learn to code and invent something new(features open-source software). Kits are described as "simple as Lego" and are expected to ship worldwide in July 2014. watch the video



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DJI Osmo Pocket

DJI have introduced the smallest 3-axis stabilized camera on the market - the Osmo Pocket. The tiny handheld camera weighs in at just 116g and can shoot 4K at 60fps for up to 140 minutes with barely a hint of camera shake in sight, or snap 12 MP photos. Osmo Pocket also comes with an integrated screen, 3-axis mechanical stabilization, a 12-megapixel sensor and up to 120 minutes of battery life between charges. There are also a whole suite of accessories that make th...
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DROPCAM

Dropcam is the worlds smallest HD Wi-Fi Wireless Video Monitoring Camera. Dropcam provides a great solution for monitoring whats going on in your home, your nursery, your business, your kids...all sent over the Internet with bank-level security! Setup is very easy and no software installation is required, the 720p HD video quality is excellent, and you can talk-back with two-way audio. Other notable features our: Dropcam HD alerts you when it detects motion or sound...
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SmartHalo 2

The creators of the SmartHalo (a device that turns your bike into a smart one), are back on Kickstarter with the next generation of the award-winning, minimalist smart biking device. The new SmartHalo 2 promises greater connectivity and puts fitness data right in the rider´s line of vision.  Like its predecessor, it has a circle of colorful lights it uses to communicate information, such as turn-by-turn signals, speed in real time, or fitness metrics like dista...
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