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GoPro Hero 7

GoPro have shaken up their entire camera line with the introduction of the new Hero 7 cameras. Split into White, Silver, and Black variants, the cameras will cost $199, $299 and $399 respectively. The flagship Hero7 Black is the star of the group, it offers 4K video capture at up to 60 frames per second, super slow motion, and a suite of new features like live-streaming, a Hyperlapse-style time-lapse mode, and dramatically improved digital image stabilization that you really have to see to believe. And dont worry about upgrading, they have the exact same dimensions as their predecessors, which means the Hero 7 lineup is compatible with the company´s mounts and accessories. watch the video below



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Dell XPS 27 Desktop

If you spend most of your time tied to a desk rather than on the move, forget buying a laptop, what you really need is an all-in-one desktop computer. Dell have recently announced the new version of their popular XPS 27 Desktop, and it is just as impressive as its predecessor. Most notably, it boasts the most sophisticated audio system built into a PC, it has a distinctive integrated sound bar which includes ten discrete speakers powered and controlled by digit...
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PHILIPS SOUNDSHOOTER | WIRELESS PORTABLE SPEAKER

After the success of the Shoqbox portable speaker, Philips have released a new rugged, wireless portable speaker, the SoundShooter. It is kind of a little brother to the Shoqbox, it also features Bluetooth wireless streaming, built-in microphone for hands-free phone calls, and the ability to stream music from up to 30 feet away, plus the always handy carabiner for clipping to a belt or bag, ideal for outdoor activities....
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KODAK EKTRA SMARTPHONE

Kodak Ektra is an Android smartphone made for photographers, with a curved DSLR-like grip and a shutter button placed on the top of the device. It looks like a 1940s camera and is named after the company’s 1941 rangefinder. The name isn’t the only nostalgic element, the retro design of the device and the classic leather accessories really take you back in time. Since the phone is aimed directly at photographers, the photo features are what really stand out besides t...
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