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Lacie Sound Speakers | Designed By Neil Poulton

The LaCie Sound2 Speakers are a collaboration between LaCie and Cabasse, one of the most respected hi-fi sound-system companies in the world since 1950. With their sophisticated and advanced acoustic engineering, the Sound2 Speakers represent a step up from previous generations of USB speakers, and most importantly, demonstrate that high-quality sound doesn’t have to come at a high price.



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Yamaha YAS-106 Sound Bar | Image

Yamaha YAS-106 Sound Bar

Yamaha has just released its latest entry-level sound bar, and boy does it look good. The sleek Yamaha YAS-106 Sound Bar features an ultra slim design, two built-in subwoofers that deliver deep, rich bass, plus two tweeters, and two woofers spaced far apart for full stereo sound and virtual surround sound. There is also support for 4K and HD audio (via HDMI), and the option to use Dolby Audio or DTS Digital Surround. Its ultra slim design fits neatly in front of you...
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ETCH Clock

The ETCH Clock is a new approach to showing time by exploiting a real 3D effect. This innovative piece was developed, designed and built by the worlds timekeeping masters that have their obvious headquarters in Switzerland. This clock is built using an elastic membrane as a plain canvas that, with its proprietary software and hardware, will carve in its surface the numbers corresponding to what time it is for 30 seconds and then return to its plain shape. The alumin...
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GRIFFIN HELO TC HELICOPTER | CONTROLLED BY IPHONE

The well-known accessories brand for apple products, Griffin, decided to create a new "toy" that will surely make the delight of many people. The Helo TC, is a helicopter controlled remotely by an iDevice, such as an iPhone, iPod or iPad. It comes with a free application. The Helo does not use Wi-Fi like other similar products do, it uses a small radio transmitter that is embedded in a fixture that fits onto your device. Watch the awesome commercial video. via Gadge...
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