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Micro 3d Printer

The Micro is the first truly consumer 3D Printer, perfect for beginners and experts alike. Simply plug it in, download or create models, hit print, and watch your custom creations form right before your eyes. watch the video

Check out their Kickstarter campaign, it is said to have surpassed its $50000 funding goal in 11 minutes! and is now at almost $3Mil!




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FUJIFILM X-T10

If youīre a fan of the retro looking, and popular Fujifilm X-T1, but canīt afford the price tag, the latest release Fujifilm X-T10 could be the camera for you. The equally gorgeous X-T10 also offers the retro looks and most of the features on its older sibling, but at less than half the price. The compact and lightweight camera is even smaller than the X-T1, and features a APS-C X-Trans 16.3 megapixel, a new 2.36M-dot organic EL electronic viewfinder, built-in WiFi,...
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BONX

Bonx is dubbed as the first wearable walkie-talkie, using Bluetooth technology, and pairing with your mobile phone via an app. It features two buttons that you can tap to set it on or use simple hands-free voice commands. Itīs in fact a single ear-piece that allows you to stay in touch with your friends while enjoying your outdoors activities. Itīs light, funky and a great idea if you want to keep in touch with your ski buddies on the slopes, on your kayak trips or ...
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IPAD CF AND SD CARD READERS

Another useful product from Photojojo. These card readers were designed to get images from a DSLR to an iPad quickly and with zero fuss. Simply plug one of the card readers into the iPad, a memory card and the Photos app will open letting you upload files in one easy step. The readers also feature an USB input for flash drives and cameras with internal memory, cool!...
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