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  • Samsung Gear Live

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    Samsung's $199 Android Wear smartwatch, the Gear Live, Samsung's Android Wear-running smartwatch. It packed with a 320 x 320 1.63" Super AMOLED screen, powered by a 1.2GHz processor. It features heart rate monitor, Bluetooth 4.0, 4GBs of storage, 512MBs of RAM, dust and water resistance. The watch uses the Android Wear system, including navigation, calendar, reminders, Hangout message, and music controls. Really they all looked cool. The Gear Live is available for pre-order today. It'll ship on July 7th, and costs $199.

    Withings Activité Smart Watch

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    Withings Activite($390) at first glance, it looks like any other old analog watch. It has a clean white face, a leather band, and all the class and glamour of a night at the Oscars. But it’s much smarter than it looks. The Activité was designed in Paris and made in Switzerland, and comes with enough sensors to measure distance covered (either walking, running, or swimming), sleep quality, and calories burned throughout the day. As it has a traditional analog face, these stats need to be seen through the complementary Health Mate app from Withings. It communicates with iOS devices via Bluetooth LE, working in concert with a handy Withings Health Mate app that lets you create custom activity plans and track your progress towards your fitness goals. Oh, and you're free to take the Activité to the pool as well, as it's water resistant for up to 50 meters.

    Philips Two-In-One Monitor

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    Philips Monitors has created a two-in-one computer display that puts a new angle on multitasking. Philips Monitors has created a two-in-one computer display that puts a new angle on multitasking. The left display works with a DisplayPort and VGA input, while the other has a VGA input and MHL-capable HDMI. The Two-in-One also features four USB 2.0 ports. Both LED-backlit displays run at an optimum resolution of 1280 x 1024 at 60 Hz. Both displays tilt inwards up to 22.5-degrees. Good idea! Two screens in one.

    Sony PlayStation TV

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    Sony announces PlayStation TV system($100), a sleek and compact console with a universe of PlayStation games available for stream, download and play. PlayStation TV can be used as a second console in your bedroom for PS4 remote play and streaming PS3 games from PlayStation Now. PlayStation TV is an easy way for gamers of all ages and skill levels to enjoy playing games together.

    Hammock Backpack

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    A hammock-backpack recently funded on Kickstarter. This innovative backpack has a built-in hammock crammed into it which can by deployed in seconds and keeps your bag off the ground while hammocking.
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    Airtype, keyless keyboard of the future

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    The Airtype is a pair of curved hard plastic cuffs that fits in the palm of your hand. One that allows you to type on any surface, or none. They claim that "AirType learns the finger movements you make to get the letters that you want. It's no different from typing on a keyboard." They look cool.
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    Laser-Guided Tactical Necktie

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    Laser-Guided Tactical Necktie from thinkgeek.
    It also comes with a removable pouch that you can fill with your small but essential stuff, like a multi-tool or mints or something. The second removable pouch, which houses the class II laser pointer that you can use when you’re presenting.
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    Sabertron Electronic Foam Swords

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    Wanna Sword fighting? Check out Sabertron. It is a foam sword that introduces a digital component, one that should help you determine a victor more accurately. Outfitted with sensors, it knows when a hit has been blocked, and when it’s made contact with a soft body. Hit that soft flesh often enough, and you can walk away victorious. It comes with five game modes.
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    Nimble Cargo Scooter

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    The Nimble Cargo Scooter is designed to help you shop by attaching a cargo basket to a foot-powered scooter. These simply-made scooters are ideal for local pick-ups, especially when bringing home large or unwieldy items like watermelons or cases of beer. Designed by a small, focused team of industrial designers, craftsmen, and creative entrepreneurs based in Tustin, CA. Priced at $299 each.
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    Microsoft Surface Pro 3

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    Microsoft unveils its latest Surface, the Surface Pro 3($800+). It has a 12-inch full HD display(2160 x 1440) and a new 'Surface Pen' for precise drawing and note-taking. And featuring includes an Intel Core processor, storage capacity from 64-512GBs, 4 or 8GBs of RAM and nine-hour battery life.

    Jins Meme Sensory Glasses Alerts You When You’re Too Tired to Drive

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    Jins Meme eyewear has six-axis acceleration sensor and the ability to sense electrical potentials (Electro Oculography) generated by the movement of eyes. It also has three additional sensors on the frame on the touch points of the wearer’s face in order to detect and monitor changes in body physics. These trendy glasses weigh just 36 grams and can be recharged to give 8 hours of continuous usage. The Jins Meme glasses sync with an app on your smartphone so you can keep track of your stats and check your over physical status. With the glasses on, you’ll be able to monitor your tiredness or sleepiness level, concentration level, and signs of sleep. The Jins Meme glasses will debut in 2015 and will cost an estimated 70,0000 Yen, which is about US$685. Watch the video!
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    Nod Gesture Control Ring

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    The new Nod gesture control ring($150) has been designed to seamlessly transforms your hand movements into commands, allowing you to control devices and applications simply with a wave of your hand. In essence, the ring is an input device, just like a mouse, keyboard, or trackpad. Slip it on your index finger. Wave your hand in the air. Swipe your thumb over its touch-control surface. All your gestures and motions can be used to control other consumer electronics. “We want you to be able to address any pixel of the digital world in the real world,” says Anush Elangovan, Nod Labs’ founder and CEO. Watch the video!
    The $150 gesture-control ring is packed with an accelerometer, gyroscope, compass and temperature sensor. The ring’s chunky business end responds to capacitive touch. Battery life is rated for 24 hours. There are 12 different band sizes, and Nod is waterproof.
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    Lytro Illum new light-field camera

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    The Lytro Illum is a light-field camera specifically designed for creative professionals. Lytro’s initial light-field cameras in 2011. The new Illum features a 40-megaray sensor compared to the initial camera’s 11-megaray sensor, a 30-230mm f/2 lens and a 4" tilting touchscreen display. Its desktop processing software works with traditional products, like Adobe’s Photoshop and Lightroom. Photographers can use the camera’s software to refocus pictures after the fact, generate 3-D images, adjust the depth of field, and create tilt shifts. It will be available in July for $1,500.

    The Mini Mobile Robotic Printer, a Mobile printing!

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    The Mini Mobile Robotic Printer(on kickstarter) is essentially the printhead on a set of small wheels and let it run across a piece of paper. Cool idea! Simply activate the printer by sliding the hatch to reveal the inkjet, and start printing away. The inkjet will last for about 1,000 pages, and at the moment, you’ll only be able to print grayscale images or black text. This is a rechargeable device, and will last for about an hour on one charge. This will be available in white and black, and will cost around $200-220.
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    B-Shoes, anti falling shoes

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    These B-Shoes are uniquely-designed footwear with an integrated fall prevention system to make sure that you stay upright–at least while you’re wearing them, anyway. Developed by a Israeli company, B-Shoes were made especially for older folks who they prevent falls by kicking into action when they detect that the wearer has lost his balance and is about to fall backwards. The shoes’ motorized heels then powers up by driving the shoe back, restoring balance and hopefully preventing that fall and countless others from seeing the light of day. The idea looks good.
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