Windows 10


Microsoft has debuted its next generation operating system and they've designed a new operating system from the ground up for a cloud-centric world and to provide the best experience on all devices whether that be a phone, tablet, TV, or a full-on desktop.

With Windows 10, the company isn't going to take a step back and rather than introduce a completely new UI experience, they plan to further refine the Windows experience you know and love, but still give you the appropriate experience on your respective device. This means bringing back focus to things like the Start menu and giving you a proper mouse and keyboard experience while still bringing new experiences to touch/pen input. Available 2015.


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GoPro has revealed two new cameras: an entry level GoPro for the rest of us and the high-end, next-generation HERO4 that's capable of shooting 4K video in the now iconic, pocketable form factor.

The entry level HERO may be their bare bones cameras, but it's a powerful little piece of hardware that can shoot 1080p30 and 720p60. You can also get 5MP shots at 5 fps and the go-anywhere design means its ready for anything with its water/dirt/sand-proof design. The HERO4 is their most robust camera yet with 4K30 and 2.7K50 video capability (Black Model), 12MP image captures, built-in WiFi and Bluetooth, and a touch-enabled display (Silver).

$129-$499, GoPro

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Phiaton BT 220 NC


Phiaton designed the BT 220 NC to be the only headphone you'll ever need. They pack all the essential features you would want in 2014 and more. Whether you pack them for travel or for casual listening, these will surely become a part of your everyday carry.

The headphones feature the latest Bluetooth 4.0 technology for wireless connectivity and low power requirements. This allows playback for up to 16 hours and standby time of up to 500 hours. You also get noise canceling that blocks up to 95% of environment noise, 14mm drivers, and NFC technology for instant and easy device pairing.


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Linn Akurate Exakt System Akudorik


Scottish hi-fi experts Linn announce the latest in their Akurate Exakt System line, the Akudorik. Consisting of their new Akudorik speakers and the Akurate Exakt DSM, the compact system aims to best larger and more expensive setups in a reasonably-sized footprint.

The Akudoriks are 4-way speakers that integrates 4 x 100W amplifiers into the stands and Linn's Exakt Engine to ensure that you're getting the best performance out of each speaker. The company's 3K driver array handles the mid to high frequency range while a bass drive unit and a rear firing port is designed to use more air for enhanced lows.


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CalypsoCase Cabrio for iPhone 6


With 10 million iPhones 6's sold, you might be looking for a good case option to add a unique, custom touch that'll differentiate you from the herd. One we're really liking is the Cabrio from CalypsoCase.

Available in four colors, the textured leather cases are luxurious and handcrafted from Italian leather with protection all around the edges and an open bottom for compatibility with any type of 3rd party Lightning plug. Each color is limited to 500 pieces and each are individually serial numbered.

$149, CalypsoCase

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Libratone Diva


Soundbars are convenient, but odds are you would rather hide it than have it sitting under your TV. That isn't the case with Libratone's DIVA, their speakers are designed like furniture pieces and their newest model is definitely one you would proudly have on full display.

The speaker features the brand's 360-degree "FullRoom" sound that has a toal of 225W of power that includes a powerful bass driver, two midrange drivers, and two tweeters. It features AirPlay and DLNA, Bluetooth 4.0 connectivity, NFC for easy pairing, and Spotify Connect.


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Kindle Voyage


Sure, tablets have come a long away, but when it comes to books, nothing can hold a candle to a Kindle. Today Amazon has released their latest and greatest Kindle reader, the Voyage, a Paperwhite Display product with the highest resolution and highest contrast in a Kindle e-reader.

The Voyage has their sharpest display to date, a 300 ppi screen for print-like text and an adaptive light sensor to give you the ideal brightness no matter what environment you're in. At 7.6mm it's also the thinnest Kindle and with PagePress haptic sensors you can turn the page without ever lifting your finger. When it comes to technical specs the Voyage can be purchased with Wi-Fi or Wi-Fi + 3G and has 4GBs of storage, up to six weeks of battery life on a single charge, and of course, access to the entire Kindle library.

$199, Amazon

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Now Available | iOS 8


Whether you're sticking with you previous generation iOS devices or you want to get a quick peek before your new iPhone 6 arrives, Apple has finally released their big OS update of the year, iOS 8. The update is compatible with iPhones all the way back to the 4S, iPads back to the 2nd generation, and the iPod Touch 5th generation.

iOS 8 will feature some major tweaks to the apps you know and love including a comprehensive update to the Photos app that will give it better organization and a deeper set of editing tools to get the most out of your images. You'll also find improved audio and video sharing in Messages, various design refinements, a smarter, customizable keyboard, iCloud Drive file storage, a new Health app for fitness tracking, better search through Spotlight, and seamless connectivity with your iPad and Mac.


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Leica X


The Leica X series of cameras gains a new sibling, the X Typ 113, a compact APS-C shooter coupled with a Summilux 23mm f/1.7 lens (35mm equiv). The camera has the fastest lens in the X lineup which should deliver beautiful bokeh and great performance in low light situations.

The large 16MP APS-C sensor should be comparable to some of the best DSLRs in that class and it also has HD-ready video capability with 1080p HD shooting at 30 fps. Of course, no Leica would be complete without its premium fit and finish. The camera's construction features a mix of magnesium and anodized aluminum and is then finished with matching leather trim.


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Killspencer Precision Pocket Modular Camera Bag Collection


Killspencer adds a camera bag collection to their growing bag and accessory portfolio with the Precision Pocket Modular Camera Bag Collection. Designed as a system to hold your camera and lenses, the collection features items that will protect everything from your camera body right down to your memory cards.

The modular system features a leather bag that can be accessorized with their Precision Pocket Camera Bucket that perfectly fits a Leica T or get it customized to fit your specific camera. You can also get individual lens pouches and a slick SD card carrier. The bags and accessories will be available next week on September 23rd.

$79-$750, Killspencer

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