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Axent Wear Cat Ear Headphones unleashes your inner feline

Axent Wear Cat Ear Headphones unleashes your inner feline

Have you ever wanted to look like a cat while listening to your favorite tunes? No? Well, apparently thousands of people do. Their dreams may just come true now that there's Axent Wear, headphones that creates a fusion of all your feline desires, your personal and social audio needs, and bright LED lights around your head. That is, of course, if you're willing to take the risk of putting your money in a crowd-funding campaign to stand out from the crowd in a stylish, or ridiculous depending on your personal bent, way.

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.Klatz smart bracelet transforms into a Bluetooth headset

.Klatz smart bracelet transforms into a Bluetooth headset

That special point at which fashion and function meet have largely eluded modern wearables. We've seen some that aim to satisfy those who want a connected device for the wrist or finger without it being obvious they're sporting a tech device, but the realm is mostly relegated to simple rings and similar devices. The .klatz bracelet is different, offering a sleek futuristic look that blends in well with more formal attire, and, best of all, includes functionality that would come in handy throughout the course of the day.

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PlexiDrone is modular, customizable, and cool

PlexiDrone is modular, customizable, and cool

Aerial photography is one of those things that makes drones cool. If you were in awe of the drone video from inside a fireworks show, a new drone might let you do the very same thing. What sets this one apart is modularity, and that you can use your own camera to film the action.

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The Core: Wireless home speakers with revolutionary holographic sound

The Core: Wireless home speakers with revolutionary holographic sound

The Core is a wireless speaker system that connects to your iPhone or Android device and sounds like "two widely separated full size HiFi speakers." The Core can work with any device - OS X, Windows, iOS or Android included - just so long as it has Bluetooth. According to manufacturers Mass Fidelity, it relies on wave field synthesis to produce what they're describing as "acoustic holograms": sound that literally floats in space within your room.

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