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Petcube

Petcube is another innovative product seeking funding over at kickstarter. The little gadget allows you to watch, talk and play with your pet using your smartphone. In a way the device lets you stay closer to your pet when away from home, making your furry friend feel less lonely. Trough the included mobile app, you can watch and talk to your pet from any part of the globe, you can also play a laser pointer game using joystick-like controls on your mobile device, keeping your buddy active whilst your away. watch the video



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NOD | Image

NOD

Goodbye touch screens, meet NOD, a tiny ring that serves as your home’s new remote control, in fact you can use it to control your entire connected life. The Bluetooth enabled gesture controller uses 32,000 DPI of resolution for incredibly precise control at up to half a millimeter of accuracy, allowing you to control almost every connected device including smartphones, smart tv´s, cars, and home automation devices, by simply moving your hand in the air. watch the a...
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BOSE AE2W WIRELESS HEADPHONES | Image

BOSE AE2W WIRELESS HEADPHONES

Bose recently announced the new AE2w Bluetooth headphones, the company´s first model designed for wireless listening. AE2w headphones are for those who want the best wireless listening experience, while watching movies, TV series and music from an iPad and other devices with Bluetooth technology. With typical Bose design, they offer maximum comfort at all times of the day and superior audio performance to that of other similar products. The wireless sign...
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PILLOW REMOTE CONTROL

You will never loose a remote again! this fun pillow is a 6-in-1 remote! The pillow has sored databases containing codes for more than 500 remote control deviced. Features easy to click navigation buttons, power-saving shutoff that switches off the remote after 60 sec of inactivity.Never again will you have to ask "Where is the remote?" you might be sitting on it....
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