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Light L16 Camera
The Light L16 camera is a new type of camera with up to 52 megapixel resolution. Adjust focus and depth of field even after a photo has been taken, 35-150mm optical zoom and beautiful low-light photos. This is pure technological innovation; it’s way outside-the-box thinking that, once you’ve seen it, makes you wonder why nobody thought of this before. And the cell phone like shape makes it easy to take with you and won’t draw unwanted attention.
The brand new version of the Beats Pill, the Beats Pill+, offers a richer and more refined portable speaker experience. A simple interface, the ability to charge your phone as a portable battery, an app that lets you and your friends become the DJ and the ability to link a second Beats Pill+ for a more dynamic left and right stereo experience are all welcome improvements. The design is, of course iconic, and begs to be displayed prominently.
Microsoft Surface Book
With the brand new Microsoft Surface Book, a gadget Microsoft dubs “the ultimate laptop,” Microsoft is doing it’s best to pull an Apple. With three distinct modes — laptop, tablet and canvas (pen-first) — the Surface Book is a good option for Windows-based creative work like photo and video editing, which require lots of processing power. Even the most die-hard Apple fans have to be honestly intrigued by the unique design of this device.
The Roku 4 is the company’s latest, slickest foray into the home streaming game. For $129.99 you’ll get access to 2,500+ streaming channels, will be able to stream 4K Ultra-HD content, can use the comprehensive voice search and will even have the ability to find a lost remote with the press of a button. Roku devices have come a long way in ...