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Durango-Glossy-Black-1080p-Video-Recording-sunglasses

Built around impact-resistant Grilamid frames and 100% UV A/B/C blocking lenses, the Durango Glossy Black 1080p Video Recording sunglasses from Pivothead sports an 8MP Sony CMOS sensor, a 75-degree angle of view, a built-in 44.1 kHz microphone, an 8GB of internal flash memory and a micro-USB data/charging port.

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SpyShades

Check out these affordable hidden camera sunglasses ‘SpyShades’ from BrickHouse Security. Serving a double purpose as sunglasses and a camera, this stylish, sporty pair of sunglasses sports a 1.3MP CMOS image sensor, a microSD card slot (up to 32GB) and a built-in rechargeable battery (up to one hours of continuous video recording on a single charge).

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Coleman-VisionHD-Video-Recording-Underwater-Goggles

Capture underwater adventures such as swimming or snorkeling from your own point-of-view with Coleman’s VisionHD Video Recording Underwater Googles. Featuring a double anti-fog coating and a protective UV lens, these waterproof, dustproof and freezeproof underwater goggles sport a 5MP image sensor, a wide 135-degree field of view lens (720p setting / 120-degree in 1080p setting), a microSD/SDHC card slot (up to 32GB) and on-board controls which are located on the side of the frame (there are two buttons, one for photo and the other for video and power).

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Rambotech DS2 Bluetooth Stereo Headset

by Jeremiah on December 12, 2014

Bluetooth Stereo Headset DS2

Sometimes we don’t need super high tech. Functional is good. Stylish even better. Rambotech knows this and comes up with the DS2 – simple, stylish bluetooth headphones with cool colors and a neck band to keep it in place.

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Do You Have A Cicret?

by Jeremiah on December 5, 2014

The Cicret Bracelet

It’s very unlikely that you do, but a French company is weighing the odds on the positive side. The Cicret Bracelet is a pico-projector-powered Android bracelet designed to replace your smartphone. Or smartwatch. Or both. It projects an interface on your arm, and via it’s army of promixity sensors it can detect your finger motions for touch actions, like click and drag. No more worries about cracking your screen when you do extreme sports, or getting your phone wet or dirty when you’re at the beach. Just shake the Cicret and there is your entire smartphone on your arm.

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