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Apple Icam | By Antonio Derosa

A few months ago we featured the amazing WVIL camera, by many considered the future of digital photography. This is another very good looking concept, iCam is the vision of Italian designer Antonio DeRosa, the idea is to have a device that attaches to the iPhone 5, which then allows the user to have a camera with interchangeable lenses. The device would also feature a front-touch screen and a projector. Would be great if apple picked up on this and made it reality. Watch the video



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Anker PowerPort Atom

Anker have introduced the "Worlds Smallest" USB-C power delivery wall charger, the PowerPort Atom PD 1. The tiny 27-watt wall charger is roughly the same size as the 5-watt puck that comes with your iPhone, yet it can charge your USB-C laptop and costs just $30! It is the perfect travel accessory for your MacBook. The Atom PD1 offers the same power delivery found in Apple’s much larger 30w USB-C charger, but outperforms any stock charger by charging not only phones ...
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PANASONIC LUMIX LX100

The new Panasonic Lumix LX100 is one of the first pocket cameras that captures 4K video footage! it is also one of the best looking high-end compact cameras we have seen. The Lumix LX100 not only has the looks, it combines Panasonic’s state-of-the-art digital and optical technologies with advanced manual controls, it features a 4/3-inch large High Sensitivity MOS Sensor, a newly developed 24-75mm Leica DC lens, and is capable of stunning 4K video recording in 4...
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Eero Home WiFi System

The Eero Home WiFi System is a new version that’s twice as fast as the previous one and that will still get high speed Wi-Fi signal all throughout your house in a simple and secure way. Its proprietary software is constantly updated to keep new threats away, plus you get Gigabyte speeds for sure, if provided by your operator, obviously. Parental control is also available so you may manage your kids´ activity. The device still needs an operator and a router but it wi...
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