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Marshall Stanmore II

Sound experts Marshall have introduced a new Wireless wi-fi multi-room smart speaker with Alexa voice control built-in. The sleek Marshall Stanmore II is built with advanced components, two 15 watt class D amplifiers powering its tweeters and a 50 watt class D amplifier to drive its mighty subwoofer. It produces clean and precise audio that can easily be controlled by your voice, even at the highest levels. Control your music without lifting a finger! Ask Alexa to play your favorite playlist, turn up the volume, or skip a track, hands-free. 



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BEOSOUND 8 | BY BANG & OLUFSEN

This space age sound system by Bang & Olufsen features an adjustable dock that can dock iphone, ipad or ipod. The Beosound8 is available in black or white with aluminium details, it also has the option of six colored fabric speaker covers, but the main feature has to be the fidelity and depth of the sound that it produces....
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RICOH THETA Z1

Ricoh have unveiled the Theta Z1, a 23-megapixel advanced flagship 360 camera. The impressive device can capture 23MP (6720 x 3360 pixels) still images and 4K (3840x1920 pixels) 360-degree video on its two 1"-type backside-illuminated CMOS sensor with a maximum sensitivity of ISO 6400. It is capable shooting at 30 frames per second with three-axis stabilization and spatial audio. It even does 4K live streaming. Housing a new lens unit, the Z1 still captures immersiv...
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TILE APP

If you have an annoying habit of losing things, "Tile app" may be the solution to your problems. Tile app is a new tracking device, simply attach it to any object and find it from afar with a smartphone. Locate anything with Tile, laptops, wallets, keys, guitars, bikes, you name it. Just attach the Tile on to an object and locate it with the included app, it allows you to check how close you are to the missing item, within a 50 to 150-foot range. You can monitor up ...
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