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Olympus Tough TG-Tracker

Olympus have entered the crowded action camera market with the very rugged looking Tough TG-Tracker, ideal for the adventure seeker. The pocket-sized action-cam records Ultra HD 4K video at 30 frames per second and shoots 8MP stills with a 1/2.3” sensor. It is rated to be waterproof to 30m/100ft, handles temperatures as cold as 14 degrees Fahrenheit, and the crushing weight of 220 pounds. It also features a 1.5” flip-out LCD and a built-in lamp with 30 and 60 lumen settings, which can be used for a flashlight mode, plus GPS radio, thermometer, barometer, and even a manometer (depth sensor).



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FrontRow Wearable Camera

FrontRow is a high-tech wearable camera that lets you livestream to Facebook, YouTube, and other platforms without looking or feeling like a crazy person in public. The small, disk-like device can be worn on your clothes using a clip attachment, on your neck with an included chain,  or on other accessories to capture everything going on in front of you. The lightweight (weighs less than 2 ounces) device comes in black or white and has both front (8MP) and back ...
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COOLBOX

Remember the awesome Coolest Cooler? (one of kickstarter´s most popular funding campaigns, with over $13Million pledged!) well, it seems some guys have taken the same concept an applied it to a toolbox. The Coolbox comes equipped with some unique features, functions, and technology. Besides all of the classic storage and compartments you would expect, notable features include a built-in whiteboard, a LED flood light, an internal battery, USB ports, an integrated pow...
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PAYPAL HERE

Paypal announced Paypal Here, a mobile payments solution for mobile devices for payments by credit card, similar to the Square, released in 2010 by the hands of Jack Dorsey, the co-founder of Twitter. The Paypal credit card reader allows small businesses to accept almost any form of payment, it will charge traders a fixed rate of 2.7% for every transaction made through the device. The service works with a free app available at the app store and is capable of sending...
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