Panasonic HD Mobile Camera HM-TA1

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[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=es8saOtprJI?fs=1]Panasonic inaugurates its their first pocket-sized full HD camcorder. This amazing gadget permits you to capture everyday animation as it happens with Panasonic HD Mobile Camera HM-TA1. This HD camera is small enough to pop in your pocket.Technical Details* Full 1080P HD recording* 8 MP HD stills* iFrame recording format* Skype audio and video enabled* LED light for low light recordingpreorder now on Amazon.com
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MobiTV brings live video to BlackBerry Torch

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MobiTV already provides live video and on demand content on various carriers and devices. At present they've got it to the new BlackBerry Torch on AT&T.; Users can watch content from 40 different TV channels, and radio. Keep in mind the app might be free for your phone but there's a monthly service fee for access to many channels and stations. Numerous channels are free to watch which is decent. Here are the prices:* 1 Month = $9.99* 3 Months = $24.99* 6 Months = $44.99I was reading that this service works great on iPhone 4 also.Source: Press Release
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The buletproof watch: Devon Works Tread 1

The buletproof watch: Devon Works Tread 1

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This cool Devon watch is based on the conveyor belt, as its name suggests. Hours, seconds and the minutes are changed by advancing strip with a thickness of 50 microns, using the small electric motor. In order to ensure the accuracy of the time, an optical recognition system was integrated to monitor the band's position. This cool¬†Devon Works Tread 1 is powered by a Li-polymer battery with a range of two weeks. You will be surprised to find out that Devon Works Tread 1 doesn't feature a single component manufactured in Switzerland because it was designed and built in the United States. The case is resistant to bullets, but the motivation of this facility is hard to find. The internal mechanism does not use any drop of oil for lubrication.…
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Sweet alternative to apple’s iPad

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As many of my friends know, I'm not a big fan of iPad. Why? Mainly because they like to keep their stuff in their house (NO usb support, NO flash, NO sd, NO... NO...). So, trying to search something that fits my internet mobile user needs, I found out that there is life after iPad, and there are few good alternatives to it. The one iPad alternative that caught my eye is ExoPC. Take a look on the specs and check their official website 1. ExoPC This is my first choice as an iPad alternative. Why? Well, it looks like an iPad, it feels like an iPad but has some other great specs: * comes with Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium * 2GB / 2GB DDR2 * Intel Atom Pineview-M…
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Best Crazy & Cool Gadgets of 2018

Best Crazy & Cool Gadgets of 2018

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Ever since I wrote this article, back in 2010 on crazy-cool-gadgets.blogspot.com, it was copied by so many websites that literally it's impossible to find the source. Anyway, here are some of the coolest gadgets and designs from the year 2010. Most of them are still relevant today, especially since great designs never die. The Portable Iron received the most attention from Pinterest users, but you will also find cool chairs and pieces of furniture that might catch your attention. Thanks for sharing this post with your friends. (more…)
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Cheapest eBook Reader of 2013

Cheapest eBook Reader of 2013

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Times have changed, and eBook reader are becoming cheaper and cheaper. A friend of mine asked me what's the cheapest eBook reader he could buy, and I performed a quick search. Here's the result: Sony PRS-500 Portable Reader System This cheap eboor reader is around $25 on Amazon, and it features an electronic paper display developed by E Ink Corporation with a resolution of 166 dpi, 8  levels of grayscale, viewable in direct sunlight.
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