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Slope Tablet Stand

This has to be the most elegant tablet stand we have seen to date. Slope by Dekke is a minimal aluminum stand that features a unique Nanofoam suction pad (mimicking the Gecko lizardīs toe pads) that firmly grips the tablet from behind securing it in a high position ideal for hands-free reading. The sleek stand also features a second suction pad on the foot to keep it securely in place, and is available in two sizes. watch the video



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Hasselblad X1D

Renown Swedish camera maker Hasselblad has released a new consumer offering and it is a game changer. The new Hasselblad X1D is the worldīs first medium format mirrorless camera, and comes in a beautiful body (somewhere between retro and futuristic) thats smaller than most full-frame cameras currently available on the market. The X1D features a 50-megapixel CMOS sensor, and offers an ISO range of 100 to 25600 and dynamic range up to 14 stops. Youve also got dual SD ...
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ISTICK

At Last! meet iStick, the worldīs first USB drive with lightning connector. iStick is taking Kickstarter by storm, the little USB flash drive has a built-in Lightning connector, enabling users to quickly and safely move data between their computers, iPhones, iPads and iPod touches without the annoying need for iTunes or the Internet… The sleek device is available in several colors and and storage capacities, including 8GB, 16GB, 32GB, 64GB and 128GB. watch the video...
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CARL ZEISS CINEMIZER 3D PLUS GLASSES

The new video eyewear from Carl Zeiss is your take along personal video screen and mobile TV. In the future, youll be able to watch any movie. The special ZEISS technology guarantees unparalleled image quality on an imaginary TV screen with a 115cm (45 inches) diagonal at a distance of 2 meters (78 inches) for the cinemizer video glasses. Source...
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