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Philips Designline 3d Tv

The new DesignLine 3D TV by Philips is made ​​of a single piece of glass! The minimal TV can be hang on a wall or placed against it. The idea is to blend the TV into the background, using a gradient from black to transparent and making it practically invisible, giving the TV a cool floating effect. It will be available in 46 or 55 inches with Philips Ambilight backlighting. watch the video



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AMAZON KINDLE 3

Amazon is releasing a new version of the Kindle that comes in both 3G and Wi-Fi. This wireless reading divice now comes with a 6" display and is made out of graphite. It has improved a lot, you can now read in bright sunlight with no glare, it has new and improved fonts for better reading, faster page turns, itīs 17% lighter, 21% smaller and has double the storage....
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AWAIR

Awair plays with its name but clearly states its purpose, to keep you more aware of your air quality. No question nowadays air quality is not the same as it used to be and that modern life in the cities forces you to deal with some aggressive and polluting agents. With that in mind Awair was created and it might help you cope with the air problems you might face and anticipate some solutions. So Awair measures data such as: Temperature, humidity, CO2, toxic chemical...
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TRITON GILLS

Triton Gills is straight out of a Bond movie, something you just didnīt think possible: the worldīs first artificial gills that really make you breathe underwater! Youīve read it right, it separates the molecules in the water, letting you breathe the oxygen in them. How cool is that? It does so by using a modified micro compressor that compresses the oxygen present in the water and stores it in a small tank in the device. You can use it to a maximum depth of 15 ft. ...
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