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Nokia 3310

The Nokia 3310 is back! The iconic phone lives again in color and with a month’s worth of battery life. Hoping to prove that things like affordable tech never go out of style, Nokia brings back an old favorite. The nostalgic model was called "the brick phone” because it was strong, sturdy and dependable, and it now returns with a serious revamp, an updated user interface, single and dual SIM variants, 2.4-inch color display, a 2 MP camera, a whopping 22 hours of talk time and a up to a month of standby time, 16MB of storage with microSD expansion, and a built-in FM radio and MP3 player. It also includes of course "snake”, the best phone game ever. watch the video below



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MIITO ELECTRIC KETTLE

Miito is an exciting new item developed bearing in mind a more efficient way of heating water. Why? Well most of us, when in need for boiled water normally heat an excess of water, say you just want a cup of tea, most electrical kettles have a minimum of 0,5 ltr in order to work, needless to say you´re wasting valuable resources. It operates through an induction system in a very simple and interesting way. The system has a metal rod, supported by a small disc that y...
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GOPRO HERO+ LCD

GoPro is expanding its range of lower-end cameras and have presented the HERO+ LCD, an action cam that delivers 1080p60 video and 8MP photos, and features the convenience of a LCD touch display for framing, control, and in-camera editing. The new low-end option in the Hero line of action cameras has the ability to shoot extreme slow motion or 4K footage, is waterproof up to 40m (131’), has built-in Wi-Fi and Bluetooth, and supports microSD cards up to 64GB. watch th...
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YILL | CORDLESS ENERGY STORAGE UNIT | Image

YILL | CORDLESS ENERGY STORAGE UNIT

This could be some new gadget by Apple, it would surely fit the criteria at their design studio. This is "Yill", it was designed by German design studio Werner Aisslinger for a renewable energy company called younicos. Yill provides up to 300 watts of electricity, it makes floor socket banks, extension cords and powerstrips a thing of the past....
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