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Braun BC21 Wireless Charging Clock

If you love minimal design then you have surely heard of German industrial design house Braun, a brand known for its seamless integration of modern technology with retro design aesthetics. Their latest offering is the sleek BC21 Wireless Charging Clock, a digital alarm clock, which doubles as a wireless charger. Building on Braun´s iconic Dieter Rams-designed DN40 alarm clock back in 1976, the new BC21 features a self-adjusting LCD display, and a soft 10W Qi wireless charging silicone pad for your phone, watch or earbuds.



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Fujifilm X100V

Fujifilm have introduced the gorgeous new X100V, a major update to the popular Fuji X100-series cameras, offering a combination of advanced features, a new lens, and an improved hybrid viewfinder. Pretty much the same size as the predecessor, the X100V has a new 26MP X-Trans sensor and image processor, an updated 35mm-equivalent F2 lens (redesigned to improve close-up and corner performance), an updated hybrid optical-and-electronic viewfinder, improved battery life...
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JAYBIRD FREEDOM WIRELESS EARBUDS

Jaybird develop premium active/sport lifestyle earbuds that enhance the athletic experience. They feature a patented secure fit for active sports. We got our hands on the "Jaybird Freedom Stereo Bluetooth Earbuds" and gave them a test run, more details and photos below. Photography: blessthisstuff...
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DJI Spark Drone

The world´s largest drone manufacturer, DJI, have revealed a $499 miniature-sized personal drone. Weighing in at just over 10 ounces, the Spark is a palm-sized drone with a focus on portability and gesture-controls. It can fly up to 31 mph and be controlled using simple hand gestures (as long as it’s no more than 10 feet away), wave your hand to have move it up or down, right or left and pull it toward or away from you, while a quick gesture that resembles you ta...
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