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Logitech K600 TV Keyboard

The new Logitech K600 TV Keyboard may the right gizmo for you if you are looking to extract your smart TVís full potential, it was designed to enhance user experience turning your smart TV into a multimedia center of entertainment and information. This wireless keyboard has a directional pad plus a trackpad for precision wile navigating on the web, it also features right and left click mouse buttons on it. It is also light and intuitive with its direct access buttons such as Home, Volume, Tab, etc so you may also use it as a simple remote from the comfort of your couch. With a more than enough range (15 meters) using Bluetooth technology you may also pair it with other devices such as a PC or a Tablet. Compatible with most of the Smart TV models after 2016. watch the video below



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AROUND CLOCK | BY LEXON | Image

AROUND CLOCK | BY LEXON

Designed by Anthony Dickens for Lexon, the Around Clock is an analog clock that shows time on a rotating cylinder. The cleverly designed timepiece features a rotating dial and a red "hand" that stays still indicating the time. A unique and unconventional clock that looks great on a work desk. via Get it in Europe here...
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BEOSOUND 1 NEW YORK EDITION | Image

BEOSOUND 1 NEW YORK EDITION

Bang & Olufsen have introduced a sleek limited edition of their popular Beosound 1 speaker. Inspired by the New York City skyline, the Beosound 1 New York Edition is a beautiful speaker that deserves to be displayed. True to the shiny, metallic nature of New York Cityís skyscrapers, the conical aluminum home speaker offers room-filling 360 degrees sound and features the Bang & Olufsenís signature Acoustic Lens technology for crisp, precision mids and highs. ...
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IMPOSSIBLE I-1 INSTANT CAMERA

The I-1 is the first new camera for the original Polaroid instant photo format in over 20 years. Developed by Impossible Project, the easy-to-use point and shoot instant camera prints photos using Impossible Project 600-type film (reverse-engineered from Polaroids now-discontinued 600-type offering). The camera is paired to an app where you can take full photographic control of aperture, flash and shutter speed, plus experiment with creative tools like light paintin...
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