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Dyson 360 Eye

Roomba move aside, the new 360 Eye Robot by Dyson promises to be the most sophisticated vacuum robot to hit the market. With its unique 360° vision system, the smart robot not only captures dirt and microscopic dust, this thing generates the highest suction of any robot vacuum thanks to its extremely powerful, yet silent motor. And with the included app, you can control your house cleaner remotely, scheduling how and when your Dyson 360 Eye robot vacuum cleans, and view maps of cleaning progress. watch the video



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FUJIFILM FINEPIX XP200

Fujifilm recently announced the FinePix XP200, a serious adventure camera. It was designed for users who photograph in action sports, it is shockproof to height of 6.6ft(2m) and dives up to 50 feet without harm. Even at 14°F(-10°C) it should still work. It is equipped with a 16-megapixel CMOS sensor, a  3-inch LCD, and records 1080i video. It also features Wi-Fi transfer options allowing the user to transfer photos and movies to smartphones and computers....
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RoWrite Smart Writing Pad

RoWrite brings the traditional notepad into the digital age, the ultra sensitive writing pad lets you use a pressure sensitive pen with regular ink so you may feel you’re drawing regularly on paper. The pad has great accuracy in capturing the pens´ movements and is able to get whatever you’re writing or drawing into digital format through the RoWrite app, available for IOS or Android, that enables you to quickly and easily edit and go social with your creations. The...
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Fujifilm Instax Square SQ10 Camera

The Fujifilm Instax Square SQ10 Camera is a new gadget that aims to combine the best of both the digital and analog worlds… you still get the pic printed when you take it, but you can add some cool digital filters and even edit it before, you may also store it should you like to keep it, print out some extra photos, or even download it to print in other formats. Another cool feature is that it brings back that cool nostalgic 1:1 square format that we just don’t see ...
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