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Recon Jet

Recon Instruments, an award winning technology company, have unveiled Recon Jet, a sports version of the Google Glass. The company describes it as a "wearable, network-ready, sensor rich, microcomputer and display". Weighing only 60 grams, the Recon Jet is packed with a dual core processor, dedicated graphics, Wi-Fi, ANT , Bluetooth, GPS, HD camera, and a comprehensive suite of sensors. watch the impressive video



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APPLE WATCH VINTAGE STANDS | Image

APPLE WATCH VINTAGE STANDS

Whether for use in your bedside table or the desk at the office, these original stands from Elago will give your modern smartwatch a nostalgic look and feel. Choose from the first iPod model, a classic gameboy console, or a mini-Macintosh from the 80s. All three are made from scratch-free silicone to prevent damage to your Apple Watch and to prevent it from moving around when resting on a surface. When in place, the apple watch display lines up perfectly to seem as ...
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BELT TWIN HEAD CABLE

The Belt Twin Head Cable is another genius solution by Native Union, one cable for all your devices, perfect for traveling. Forget about multiple cables to charge different devices, this durable braided, tangle-free 6.5ft charging cable features an integrated 2-in-1 Adaptor for all Apple Lightning and Micro-USB Devices. It comes with an elegant leather belt to wrap up neatly. Learn more from Native Union, or grab one now from Amazon Available in ...
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GALILEO | ROBOTIC DOCK

Galileo is another product born from a very successful kickstarter campaign(received more than $700,000 in funding!). Now available for purchase, Galileo is a Bluetooth robotic platform for iOS devices, a dock you can control from any place in the world. Once you plug in your phone, you can control it remotely with a swipe of your finger, rotate, tilt, or even set it to automatically track a moving object. Using Galileo and the Sphere app(free), you can have long-di...
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