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Geek Wave PMP supports 32-bit/384kHz plus DSD 128

Geek Wave PMP supports 32-bit/384kHz plus DSD 128

There are plenty of music players out there from the mundane iPods that just about everyone has to PMPs that are made specifically for audiophiles that want formats with the best possible clarity. A new portable media player has debuted called the Geek Wave and it promises more clarity than other audiophile grade PMPs available today.

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Jaasta E Ink Keyboard has customizable key tops

Jaasta E Ink Keyboard has customizable key tops

There is a lot to be said for a keyboard that is optimized with keys and special buttons for the specific app you are using. There are a few custom keyboards out there but most of us don’t want to have to swap an entire keyboard for a task. For a long time people have wanted a single keyboard with keys that can be customized to suit their needs.

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iCamPRO home security “robot” is an all-seeing eye

iCamPRO home security “robot” is an all-seeing eye

Amaryllo has introduced its iCamPro FHD, something it says is the first home security robot available. The small round unit features an integrated camera that keeps tabs on one's home or office, monitoring movement, sounds, and more to detect if an intruder is present. The related app is used to communicate with the home owner with picture alerts and more. Last month, the device was bestowed with a 2015 CES Best of Innovations award, and if all goes as planned it'll hit the market next year.

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Bpeer tracks your home’s air quality

Bpeer tracks your home’s air quality

Bpeer is a health tracker of a different sort, monitoring the environment around you for things like gas, pollution levels, air quality, and less health-related things like humidity and noise levels. The detector can be used both indoors and outdoors, with the design resembling an alarm clock and its app dishing up all the details. Both iOS and Android is supported, but Bpeer's integrated display also provides details for times a phone isn't convenient.

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Slimger: a slim portable battery that fits in a wallet

Slimger: a slim portable battery that fits in a wallet

A device called Slimger was recently funded on Indiegogo, and it is quite possibly the most convenient portable battery we've seen thus far. Unlike common bulky portable batteries that require a pocket or bag, the Slimger is ultra-thin to the point of being nearly as convenient as a credit card, in that it can fit in your wallet, slip in a shirt pocket, or any other number of handy places. The device's makers are planning to start delivering Slimger next month.

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FiiV iPad case has SIM card slot to make a WiFi network

FiiV iPad case has SIM card slot to make a WiFi network

If you have an iPad that supports mobile broadband, you can get on the internet wherever you are without issues assuming there is a wireless signal. If you bought an iPad with WiFi only and then decided that you want to be able to get online away from a WiFi network, you normally need some sort of hotspot device that you carry separately from your tablet.

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Keycharge portable battery fits on a keychain

Keycharge portable battery fits on a keychain

There is no shortage of portable battery options, some smaller than others but most large enough that you'll need to keep it in a pocket or bag. That's a hassle and makes it easy to forget the device somewhere, and is what makes the Keycharge stand out. Keycharge features a 1000mAh battery, and is small enough to fit on a keychain, meaning it is always available if you have your keys on you. Keycharge also doubles as a flash drive with up to 32GB of storage.

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Zap&Go supercapacitor charger juices up in 5 minutes

Zap&Go supercapacitor charger juices up in 5 minutes

Zap&Go is a small charger bid as the first graphene supercapacitor charger designed for smartphones and tablets, as well as any similar devices like ebook readers and Bluetooth headphones. The device is designed to solve your charging woes, able to fully charge itself in five minutes, after which point it functions as a mobile device charger. This is in contrast to regular portable battery chargers, which often take hours to recharge.

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Nanoplug invisible hearing aid looks like an eraser

Nanoplug invisible hearing aid looks like an eraser

If you have ever known anyone that had to wear a hearing aid, you probably remember them as bulky beige devices that protrude obviously from the ear. A new hearing aid has been unveiled that claims to be the world's smallest. In fact the Nanoplug is so small its makers claim that it is invisible once inside the ear.

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Uno Noteband uses speed reading to zip through notifications

Uno Noteband uses speed reading to zip through notifications

You've likely used or viewed a demonstration of Spritz speed reading technology at some point -- it shows individual words at a fast rate to improve reading time. Uno Noteband is bid as the first wearable to utilize this technology, allowing wearers to read their incoming messages and notifications quickly one word at a time. In addition to the speed-reading functionality, the wearable also functions as a fitness tracker.

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