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Epson EcoTank Printers

Epson finally caught on to third-party ink vendors. Its new EcoTank printers have no ink cartridges; each color tank is refilled by the bottle. The printers come loaded with around 2 years’ worth of ink (at least 4000 black/6500 color pages). Hat Tip Link Link 2 Price: $400+ Continue Reading from the Source

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Five Best Universal Remote Controls

Picking a universal remote control is pretty tricky these days. There are plenty of simple, programmable IR blasters out there, but some of the best remotes can control other devices using Bluetooth or even Wi-FI. This week, we’re looking at some of the best universal remotes, based on your nominations. Read more… Continue Reading from [...]

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Winglights

A pair of LED turn signals for bicycles that activate at the press of a button. WingLights are waterproof and shockproof and have magnetic mounting docks that make them easy to put on and remove. Hat Tip Link Link 2 Price: $50 Continue Reading from the Source

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Popcorn Hour A-500 Pro

Cloud Media’s latest all-in-one media player is the first of its kind to have XLR outputs. It also supports 4K video, has a built-in hard drive tray and can boot into either its Linux-based interface or into Android. Link Price: $399++ Continue Reading from the Source

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Sensel Morph

A pressure-sensitive multi-touchpad. Using a variety of overlays you can turn Morph into a keyboard, a graphics tablet, a music controller and more. When it launches you’ll be able to design ready-to-print custom overlays. Hat Tip Link Link 2 Price: $249+ Continue Reading from the Source

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iBackPack

A bag and gadget cache in one. The basic model has a 10,000mAh battery, 4 USB ports, a retractable power cord, Bluetooth speaker and an anti-theft alarm (via an app). Optional features include a Wi-Fi hotspot and GPS tracking. Hat Tip Link Link 2 Price: $99+ Continue Reading from the Source

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The Aura Water Pipe

Sorry, hippies and artistic stoners. Now that marijuana is this close to mainstream acceptance, and not that much farther away from legalization, it’s time for the techies and trendsters to move in and take over the conception, design, production, and marketing of its associated paraphernalia. Oh, and the profits. Definitely, definitely the profits. This is [...]

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ThinCharge for iPhone 6

One of the thinnest battery cases ever made. Its 2600mAh battery more than doubles the iPhone 6’s run time while offering protection. You can use a Lightning cable to recharge both the iPhone and ThinCharge. Hat Tip Link Link 2 Price: $59+ Continue Reading from the Source

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Slick GoPro Stabilizer

Slick is a mountable, portable gimbal system for GoPro cameras. It has three electric motors and sensors that compensate for movement to capture smooth videos. It works with GoPro mounts, is waterproof and lasts 2h per charge. Link Link 2 Price: $199+ Continue Reading from the Source

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Google OnHub Router

Like Apple’s AirPort routers, OnHub is designed to make it easy to setup and manage your Internet connection. It has a user-friendly iOS/Android app and 13 antennas mounted in a circular pattern to maximize coverage. Hat Tip Link Link 2 Price: $200 Continue Reading from the Source

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Speedo and Misfit Team Up For a Swimming-Focused Fitness Tracker

Misfit’s button-sized Shine fitness tracker is already waterproof to a depth of over 160 feet, so swimmers don’t need to take it off while training. But since accurately measuring laps is different than measuring steps, Misfit has teamed up with Speedo to create a new version of the Shine that’s customized to track underwater activities. [...]

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Samsung Galaxy Note 5

The king of phablets returns with a steel and glass case. The Galaxy Note 5 has Qi charging and even more stylus and productivity features, like taking notes while the screen is locked. It’s got 2x the memory, but sadly its microSD slot is gone. Link Continue Reading from the Source

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Touchjet Wave

The Touchjet Wave is a small Android 4.4 device that turns any TV or display with an HDMI port into a touchscreen, thanks to its built-in infrared sensor. You can control or stream content to it using iOS or Android devices. Hat Tip Link Link 2 Price: $99+ Continue Reading from the Source

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