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Doxie Go | Portable Scanner

Doxie Go is a portable scanner, it is compatible with Macīs and Pcīs, but also with iGadgets. And yes, it is wireless! with an internal battery and memory for 600 pages (with optional expansion via SD slot). In addition to transferring scanned documents directly to the userīs devices, the Doxie Go also works with cloud storage services like Evernote, Dropbox, CloudApp, Flickr, Google Docs and others. Besides being portable, it promises to be fast, a full color page would take only eight seconds to pass through it, with a 600dpi resolution. The brand also sells a cheaper version, the Doxie, for 149$.



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ASTROPAD STUDIO

Especially after the launch of the Microsoft Surface Studio, there’s been a lot of buzz lately about Apple’s gap in the market for pro artists. Astropad Studio is the ultimate tool for creative professionals, it turns your iPad Pro into a completely customizable graphics tablet. Many working artists immediately took to the new iPad Pro and the Apple Pencil, but they lacked features professional creatives are looking for in a graphics tablet to handle the most demand...
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IKEA UPPLEVA | ALL-IN-ONE MEDIACENTER

With technological developments constantly transforming our homes, the furniture, however modern it may seem, still does not simplify the installation of all our equipment. Ikea wants to change that with the Uppleva, a line of modular furniture which features an integrated TV, Blu-ray/DVD player, sound system, and space for a box or games console. It also features a wireless subwoofer! If you hate having wires in sight, with the Uppleva everything will b...
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XBOX ONE X

Microsoft have revealed the most powerful console ever! The new Xbox One X boasts an impressive 6 teraflops of graphics power thanks to a custom-made 1,172 MHz GPU engine. It also has support for HDR, wide color gamut, 4K Blu-ray HD playback, and full compatibility with the Xbox One game library. Other details include 8GB of flash memory, 1TB of HDD storage, HDMI 2.0 with AMD FreeSync, HDR10 support, and DTS and Dolby Atmos support. In terms of design, the X is actu...
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