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Wacom Intuos 5

Wacom has announced their new tablets, the high performance Intuos5, aimed at professionals and enthusiasts of art, design and photography. The multitouch gestures complement the commands provided by the traditional pen, allowing commands for zoom, scroll, rotating and moving images, and other commands to navigate the application. You can customize Intuos5 multitouch gestures according to the application used. Three size tablets are available for the Intuos5, small, medium and large. via GadgetReview




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Minibot

Inspectorbots manufactures wireless robot platforms, this rugged robotic vehicle is called the Minibot. With its Go-Pro Camera, you can record and control it on a App from your smartphone, and with a 180 degree pan and 135 degree tilt, the operator can have a virtual 3D experience. With its 4WD wheels, it can spin on a dime, and is perfect for confined spaces or remote operations. You control it as if you were inside the vehicle itself. Drive it into a hazardous env...
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PROPS | KEEP YOUR EARBUDS WITHIN REACH

Quriky keep surprising us with their innovative and creative line of products. Their newest addition is Props, a simple and useful croaky,  designed to keep your earbuds tethered to you. Props keeps your earbuds within reach everytime you have to remove them, it extends like arms to your earbuds, keeping them in place and in the vicinity of your ears. Props are currently in production and should be available soon....
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LEEF IBRIDGE

Have you ever tried to record a video or take a photo and just couldnīt because your apple device didnīt have enough memory left? Donīt worry it does occur more often than you think…so in order to prevent that from ever happening again, and losing what might be an important moment, the guys at Leef developed the iBridge. Itīs an IOS mobile storage solution, simply plug it into your iPad, iPhone or iPod and just shoot the camera button, the photo will store directly ...
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