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Lg Retro Classic Tv

New product with old technology. The Retro Classic TV has a 14 inch display, an antenna and chrome legs. However, it has a digital tuner, video input and remote control. So it is not quite ancient. You can still change the image from color and black and white, just for fun. So far this TV is only available in Korea and costs $220. But perhaps LG resolve to bring this retro TV to other places on the planet.



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JUST PRESS RECORD

We love simplicity; we love functionality; and we love this new app named Just Press Record, a simple, professional audio recorder that instantly syncs your recordings across all your devices. Simply open the app, press the big red button to record, press it again when you’re finished. That´s it! Recordings are automatically organized by date and time, and saved straight to iCloud Drive so they sync instantly and automatically across all your devices. The ideal tool...
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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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ASTROPAD

Watch out Wacom! Astropad is an ingenious idea that lets you turn your iPad into a professional drawing tablet! Designed by two former Apple engineers, Astropad is a software that is compatible with most styluses and any Mac app including Photoshop, Illustrator, etc. Astropad uses an innovative new technology called LIQUID, resulting in amazing image quality and responsiveness never before seen. What you see on your iPad is the same as on your Mac in real time. You ...
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