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Sony Rx1r Ii

Sony has announced a spectacular palm-sized camera with an impressive 42.4 Megapixel Sensor! Improving upon the already stellar RX1R (released in 2013), the new Sony RX1R II has a body design that has been refined, and is now equipped with a pop-up OLED viewfinder for eye-level shooting, and an improved autofocus speed by 30%. The compact camera is a true powerhouse, it also includes the world’s first optical variable low-pass filter, a full-frame Exmor R CMOS sensor, and an impressive Zeiss 35mm F/2.0 lens. The camera will be available next month.

Cant wait any longer? the RX1R is still available here from $2,799




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TYPE-C CARD READER

Satechi have presented a new Type-C Card Reader that blends beautifully into your new MacBook, giving you the perfect solution for accessing your SD and Micro SD cards. With the new MacBook, comes the single USB port, but that doesn’t mean you can’t use your memory cards. This slim solution to Apple´s oversight, turns its single USB-C port into a Type-C Card Reader, making it the perfect accessory for your computer. Available in a choice of Gunmetal, Silver, an...
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OMNI ULTIMATE

Omnicharge have introduced their new charging powerhouse designed for the most demanding professionals on the go, and even your most demanding devices. Designed and built to put all other portable battery banks to shame, the new 40,300 mAh Omni Ultimate is equipped with four different output ports, an adjustable DC output, AC socket (able to power your laptop, drone, DSLR cameras), bi-directional USB-C port (with output up to 60W) and two QC 3.0 compatible USB-A por...
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Grovemade HomePod Stand

Apple’s HomePod is a stunning piece of tech, but it has been criticized for leaving unsightly white oil marks on naturally finished wooden furniture, assumed to be caused by the silicone base and the wood oils interacting. Although Apple claims that the eerie white ring eventually goes away, some consumers are not convinced. Grovemade saw a problem and jumped to the occasion to solve it, and after several days of design, prototypes, revisions and production, the s...
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