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Leica M10-P Edition Safari

Leica have introduced a limited edition of their popular M10-P camera. Inspired by the great outdoors and the call of adventure, the Leica M10-P Edition Safari is designed in a gorgeous unique matte olive green with a matching leather grip. Equipped with the same silent shutter and 24-megapixel full-frame sensor as the original camera, the M10-P Safari arrives in a special presentation box that also includes a Leica Summicron-M 35mm/f2 lens with metal hood, a carrying strap and SD/credit card holder in Brandy-colored leather. The Safari Edition is limited to only 1,500 units and promises to be a sought-after collector´s item, so if you in the market for one then you best hurry!



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PLAYSTATION 3D DISPLAY

To all gamers...the future of gaming is here! Sony have unveiled the 3D Display, which features a 24” LCD screen with full HD 1080p 3D presentation. With advanced technology you can now forget the hassle of split screen when playing head-to-head, the multiplayer mode has been optimized delivering individual full HD screens. Basically each player gets their own full screen view of the action on the same display, Awesome!...
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PIEPS AVALANCHE TRANSCEIVERS

If you´re an experienced snow rider, you´re most probably into Backcountry skiing in remote places, but the thrill of riding on unpatrolled areas can be hazardous due to, exhaustion, weather, cliffs, rock fall, tree wells, and scariest of all - avalanches. Pieps develop transceivers for backcountry skiers who regularly venture into serious terrain, they are equipped with all the cutting-edge features needed for the purpose of finding people or equipment buried under...
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RIP STEVE JOBS

"Death is very likely the single best invention of life," said Steve Jobs, in 2005, to an audience of students at Stanford University, USA. The visionary genius of Apple liked to remember death to make "big choices in life." The iconic co-founder of Apple died on October 5, 56, after years of fighting a rare form of cancer pancreas. "Apple has lost a visionary and creative genius and the world lost a great human being," reads the company website." Steve leaves behin...
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