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AirPods Retro

Colorware, is a US company that has distinguished itself in the market just by changing the original color and customizing some popular technological products. Their latest creation looks like it could have been paired with the original Macintosh. The cool looking AirPods Retro bring back all the nostalgia without compromising on technology, they feature the rainbow colored button and faux vents that will have you reminiscing back to the 80s. The limited edition comes with a matte finish, and is set to ship in 3 to 4 weeks.



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LIGHT L16 CAMERA

Meet the Light L16 Camera, an insane 16-lens camera capable of taking DSLR quality photos that can fit in the palm of your hand. Each scene captured by the Light L16 Camera is shot by up to 10 of 16 individual 28mm, 70mm, and 150mm camera modules firing simultaneously. The individual shots are computationally fused to create an incredibly high-resolution, low-noise photograph, up to 52 megapixels in size. The crazy camera can shoot as wide as 28mm, and up to 150mm f...
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MARSHALL NOISE CANCELLING HEADPHONES

After releasing their first wireless over-ear headphones, Marshall have added noise cancelling technology to their iconic cans. The Marshall Mid ANC headphones sport the classic design Marshall is known for, but now feature active noise cancelation, a first for the company. The high-tech headphones continuously measure and pinpoint ambient around you to block out the noise, so you will get a more immersive listening experience. Additionally, the headphones offer up ...
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AUDIOBULB | WIRELESS SPEAKER LIGHT BULB

There is no stopping technology and imagination, the latest mind-boggling product we found are these wireless speaker light bulbs. Appropriately named AudioBulb, the revolutionary device allows you to use up to eight light bulbs as speakers, connected wirelessly to your iPhone/iPod or any other auxiliary input. You can also dim the lights from your iPhone, all this avoiding holes in the wall for running wires through! source...
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