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Iwaku | Wireless Wake-up Light

The stylish iwaku is a wake-up light (according to the Dutch makers, strong enough to fight winter depression). In combination with an included app, iwaku slowly lights up when you have to rise, and can also play some music of your choice. iwaku can also monitor your sleep cycle to only wake you up in your lighter sleep. The iwaku wake-up light should appear on the market this fall and is expected to cost $300. More information can be found on their website. watch the video



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TIVOLI AUDIO MODEL ONE DIGITAL | Image

TIVOLI AUDIO MODEL ONE DIGITAL

The new Model One Digital Speaker from Tivoli Audio is a new option on the market and what sets this one apart from its competitors are some very cool features. We love the retro, ultra cool look the wooden case and brushed metal knobs provide, which combines with XXIst century tech such as super fast wi-fi and Bluetooth connectivity that enable it to stream music directly from a web service you subscribe or another source of your choice. You also get a classic FM t...
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PLAYSTATION VITA TV

Sony have announced the PlayStation Vita TV, an Apple TV competitor that plays games! The little portable console allows Vita and PSP users to play their games on a TV using a DualShock 3 controller. In addition, users can access a range of entertainment services such as Hulu. It also features PlayStation 4 cross-functionality(acts as an extender, via streaming, for your PS4 games letting you play on another TV if the one connected to the PS4 is occupied...
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COIN | ALL-IN-ONE CREDIT CARD | Image

COIN | ALL-IN-ONE CREDIT CARD

What if you could replace your handful of credit cards with one super card? Meet Coin, one  thin card that stores an unlimited number of payment methods. Simply swipe your cards on a credit card reader(included) and all the data is stored in the Coin app on your smartphone. You can then leave your cards at home and choose which card you want to use from the Coin card LCD screen. It works as a regular card, allowing you to swipe it the same way you normally woul...
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