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Amazon Fire TV Cube

Amazon have combined the popular Fire TV with Alexa capabilities to create a whole new device called the Amazon Fire TV Cube. The new home entertainment device lets you control TVs, sound bars, cable and satellite boxes with voice commands. Ask Alexa to turn on the TV, dim the lights, and play what you want to watch, simply say "Alexa, play Narcos” and Fire TV Cube turns on your TV and starts playing! With far-field voice recognition, eight microphones, and a built-in speaker, Fire TV Cube hears you from any direction, and allows you to control smart home devices and more, even when the TV is off. watch the video below

Preorders are now open today for $120, but if you are a Prime member, you can grab one now for only $89.99 (on either June 7th or 8th). The devices start shipping on June 21.




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SONY INTERNET TV

Now you can expereience tv like never before. Sony has teamed up with Google to introduce the world´s first HDTV powered by Google TV. In a all new user experience you can surf the web while watching tv on the same screen with the dual view function....
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GRAIN AUDIO WOOD HEADPHONES

Our followers already know that we love nice things, and when they sound good, we love them a little bit more…but when they look good too…well, then we must have them! That´s the case with this collection from Grain Audio. The brand builds great sound systems with the warmth provided by wood (it´s main building material) giving them that special look we love so much. In addition they always have a distinctive and great sound quality. Their several devices include ea...
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Nikon KeyMission Action Cameras

Nikon have announced their full line of rugged action cameras. Adding to the KeyMission 360 ($499), the 360-degree camera the company announced at CES, two new cameras also carry the KeyMission branding, and their names also correspond to their field of view. The KeyMission 170 ($399) captures 170° 4k ultra-hd videos and stills, and can record in ultra slow motion, time-lapse, create highlight tags and more. The KeyMission 80 ($279) is incredibly compact and lightwe...
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