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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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GameShell DIY Console

Geeks rejoice! GameShell by Clockwork is an open source portable game console ideal for indie game developers, hackers and retro games collectors. The modular console is powered by ClockworkPI, a development board with an integrated CPU, WI-FI, PMU chip, and multimedia functions, all packed into an extremely small form factor running on embedded GNU/Linux. The modular handheld kit comes with everything you need to piece together your own portable Game Boy-style devi...
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LaCie 2big Dock

Lacie recently released this new storage option for those who have massive storage needs, especially designed for creative professionals that have to deal with big chunks of media. The French hardware company created the LaCie 2Big Dock with storage capacities from 8TB to 20TB, this will let you store more than 700 hours of 4K footage, just to get an idea. These models are PC and Apple compatible and also feature speedy use because they ensure a performance rate of ...
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PARCSLOPE | BY TWELVE SOUTH

New from Twelve South is the Parcslope. The name reveals a little bit of its intention…it´s meant to give your MacBook keyboard an inclination of 18º, which is perfect  for typing, and still elevating your MacBook screen. The guys at Twelve South wanted to make the use of your laptop more comfortable, making it just a little bit more like a desktop. It can also hold your cables in place if you have to take the MacBook away, making your life a little bit easier....
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