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Cell Alpha Speaker

Developed by Christopher Stringer, a former Apple designer (worked on everything from the HomePod to the original iPhone),  the Cell Alpha is an impressive futuristic Death Star-shaped connected speaker with an emphasis on spatial audio. The sleek speaker is a shiny futuristic sphere with a mirrorlike surface, and an object-based sonic architecture that allows you to hear, see, and touch sounds, offering full control with precise placement and localization. With no front or back and no left or right, one Cell creates a room-filling sound field, and when sound is all around you, it is intimate, totally enveloping and unlike anything you have ever heard.




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OSMO

Osmo is a new and exciting toy created by a group of ex-Google and Disney employees. The next-gen hardware gaming device turns physical objects into iPad games, it kind of works like an analog Kinect for your iPad, turning the table top in front of the iPad into a digital game board. You use use real-world objects such as tiles, puzzles, and pen sketches to interact with the iPad to solve quizzes and play games. You merge real with virtual, cool! Watch the video to ...
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JOBY ACTION BATTERY GRIP

Joby have launched yet another handy action camera accessory, the Joby Action Battery Grip, as the product name implies, this lightweight, compact grip allows you to power your action video cameras such as GoPro, Contour, and the Sony Action Cam. With a battery capacity of 2600 mAh, the grip can triple the battery life of your camera while keeping things lightweight and compact. You can even use it to charge your smartphone or any other USB device. Comes with a buil...
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SLEEK AUDIO SA7 EARPHONES

The long-awaited successor to Sleek Audios famous SA6 phones -- dubbed the SA7 -- have the same adjustable bass / treble ports and removable cords of their predecessor, but in a case machined from solid aluminum with a carbon fiber shell and titanium screws. Inside, the drivers are cushioned by shock-absorbing silicone that lets them take a 14,000 G beating....
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