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Panasonic Lumix Dmc-gm1

Panasonic have announced the beautiful Lumix DMC-GM1. The tiny, vintage-style GM1 features a remarkable compact body, a truly Micro Four Thirds camera and a great step up from a compact point-and-shoot for those that donīt want to go for the larger DSLR model. Available from November, the pocketable single lens mirrorless camera, weighs only 204g and offers 16MP shots, 1080p video recording, 3.0" LCD, and integrates Wi-Fi connectivity. via

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TRIO CLASSICO SPEAKERS | BY AVANTGARDE | Image

TRIO CLASSICO SPEAKERS | BY AVANTGARDE

What about having these monsters in your living room? The Trio classico are quite impressive, they would look great in a big loft with a comtempory modern feel. The incomparably elegant appearance of the sculptural arch follows the dynamics of the spherical horn. They feature a low-midrange, midrange, a tweeter, and four dedicated subwoofers. They will blow you away (at least your wallet), priced at $190,000!...
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NOISE APP

Noise is a new app by Roli, the same team behind the revolutionary Seaboard RISE keyboard. Noise is a virtual keyboard app for the iPhone, with an unique playing surface that takes full advantage of the iPhone 6S’s 3D Touch capability. It lets you shape sounds by striking the surface, pressing into it, gliding your fingers from side to side, sliding your fingers up and down, and lifting off. The beautifully designed pressure-sensitive keyboard app comes with 25 pr...
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POP HOME SWITCH

Logitechs new Pop button controls your entire smart home. The Pop Home Switch lets you control multiple devices at once, if your remote can control it, the switch can too. Turn on the lights, start a playlist, or lock the door, simply connect it to the mobile app and start adding your devices. The button has three commands, one tap, two taps, or press-and-hold, each input can be programmed to trigger different actions, dim the lights, turn on your home theater gear,...
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