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Qudos Action Light

Australian company Knog have created the Qudos, the world’s first ever high-intensity camera light that lets your GoPro see in the dark. The lightweight(weighs only 150 grams) Qudos Action Light lets you continue filming after the sun goes down, pumping out up to 400 lumens of brightness, ensuring that no night adventure goes unseen. Like the popular action cam, Qudos is waterproof to 40 meters, and is built to withstand the toughest environments. via

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TOSHIBA ENCRYPTED USB FLASH DRIVE

On most occasions nowadays the Cloud or a micro SD card is enough for easily toting data around, but sometimes a USB flash drive is the best choice for protecting sensitive data. Toshiba have introduced the Toshiba Encrypted USB Flash Drive, a robust and secure solution to safely make confidential information portable. The easy to use and affordable flash drive, features a mini-keyboard to authenticate access, and incorporates a rechargeable battery allowing users t...
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TIVOLI AUDIO MODEL ONE DIGITAL | Image

TIVOLI AUDIO MODEL ONE DIGITAL

The new Model One Digital Speaker from Tivoli Audio is a new option on the market and what sets this one apart from its competitors are some very cool features. We love the retro, ultra cool look the wooden case and brushed metal knobs provide, which combines with XXIst century tech such as super fast wi-fi and Bluetooth connectivity that enable it to stream music directly from a web service you subscribe or another source of your choice. You also get a classic FM t...
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Nikon KeyMission Action Cameras

Nikon have announced their full line of rugged action cameras. Adding to the KeyMission 360 ($499), the 360-degree camera the company announced at CES, two new cameras also carry the KeyMission branding, and their names also correspond to their field of view. The KeyMission 170 ($399) captures 170° 4k ultra-hd videos and stills, and can record in ultra slow motion, time-lapse, create highlight tags and more. The KeyMission 80 ($279) is incredibly compact and lightw...
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