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ClockONE is a 4mm thin digital clock powered by a tiny watch battery. Developed by Twelve24, the minimal wall clock uses electronic ink technology(same used on kindle paper displays), giving it great contrast and very wide viewing angles even from far away. It also has incredible battery life, it requires very little power, being able to run on a single CR2450 button battery for a full year! The beautiful and remarkably light clock can be attached to a wall via a magnetic mount, or simply placed and admired on top of a piece of furniture. Available in a variety of color options. watch the video

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Danish company Bang & Olufsen have unveiled their latest creation, the Beosound 5. The BeoSound 5 allows access to your music ver it is stored. BeoSound 5 provides easy access to over 13,000 Internet radio stations from around the world. Besides the Internet, the BeoSound 5 browses and plays music from multiple sources: a connected hard drive, a NAS server, a computer, a USB drive or a mobile device. You can connect up to eight devices to the same server, with t...
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Desktop Metal 3D Printer

This Desktop Metal 3D Printer is a new option in this growing market, but what sets it apart from its competitors is the creation of a whole new segment that’s the metal printing of objects. You’ve read it right, you can now build your items and get them printed out in aluminum, steel or even titanium. Up to 10x cheaper than the standard industry, this in-house solution sure is a game changer for those that need metal prototypes quickly and at a low cost but still w...
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Do you have old 35mm films lost in your attic? Maybe your father or grandfather has boxes full of lost memories. Well, now you can easily scan 35mm film directly to your smartphone! Simply slide any smartphone into the device, turn on the backlight, slip in your film and snap a pic of the negative. You can then use Lomo´s free app(iPhone, Android) to transform your image from a negative to a positive, you can also adjust it´s color and exposure before savi...
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