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Sony Waterproof W250 Walkman

The best-ever soundtrack for your workout. Wearable, water resistant WALKMAN® W250 Series is the perfect sporting partner, designed for today’s active lifestyles, the WALKMAN® NWZ-W250 series is the first wire-free MP3 player from Sony that resists rain splashes or the sweat of a gruelling gym session. After exercising, just rinse under the tap2 – or even keep listening to your WALKMAN® during a post-workout shower.



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OO PROJECTOR | BY DAVID RIESENBERG | Image

OO PROJECTOR | BY DAVID RIESENBERG

The OO Wireless HD Projector by David Riesenberg displays high definition (1080p) data via WiFi or internal SSD storage and works independently from any wire for up to 3 hours. Powered by an internal Li-Ion battery for this projector can also be connected to any power source via a single wire. ...
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TUNA KNOBS

After a successful Kickstarter campaign, Tuna Knobs are now available for purchase. The absence of knobs to fiddle makes it hard to mix on imprecise touchscreens, and lack of tactile feedback often results in messy and imprecise mixes. These small conductive dials aim to change that, they attach to any touchscreen allowing more precise control on your mixes, letting you control DJ and music making apps like you would with dedicated music hardware. Tuna knobs work wi...
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Polaroid OneStep+

Polaroid have upgraded their popular instant camera with Bluetooth connectivity and a dedicated app. The new Polaroid OneStep+ can now be paired with a smartphone app to take pictures remotely, as well as get access to a set of different modes, including double exposure and a light-painting feature that will add a bit of color to your prints. You can also set self-timers, noise triggers, and manually program the shutter. The retro shooter is also equipped with two l...
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