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If you’re a new GH5 owner and still debating on which lenses to get, then this post is for you. Of course, much will depend on your personal needs and budget, but in many cases it’s hard to go wrong with the Panasonic 12-35mm f/2.8 II. expand full story

DEWALT debuted its Tool Connect system back in 2015. It allowed users to manage Bluetooth connected tools via the company’s web/app portal. While already handy at inception, the entire system is getting an overhaul with a list of new features, connected hardware and the ability to integrate existing gear and tools. expand full story

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There isn’t anything like the feel of an old school game of pinball. Now, a Kickstarter funded project is bringing pinball back to your home with a brand new twist. Makerball is a DIY kit that allows you to make your own pinball machine from scratch and even modify or upgrade it as you see fit. Which makes it possible to have an ever-changing game.

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It was just over two years ago that we first told you about Gogoro, which was at the time deemed “the world’s first” smart scooter. With its sleek design and unique battery charging station, it stood out as the next big thing in two-wheeled transportation. Fast forward to 2017 and Gogoro is back with the second generation that offers a handful of upgrades in both looks as well as function.

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We sort of expected Apple to launch a large app promo this week when the App Store updated, and it certainly didn’t disappoint. We are seeing an amazing list of of titles in the new Great Games for $1 sale, along with the new App Store Free App of the Week: “klocki”. You’ll find all the titles in the sale listed down below, but we also have some great iOS deals running on the Infinity Blade series, Crazy Taxi and much more. expand full story

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Pokemon fans have long been waiting for an official game to make its way to the App Store. Last week seemingly out of nowhere, the company announced it would be releasing a new game, titled Magikarp Jump. Having been released in select countries earlier this week, it is available now in the US and rest of the world.

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Patozon (99% positive feedback from over 117,000 shoppers) via Amazon is offering a 2-Pack of Mpow Apple MFi Lightning to USB Cables for $15.99, but if you checkout with code YV5OCKKM the price drops to just $9.99 Prime shipped. That’s a savings of $6 and a match to our previous mention for the lowest we’ve seen for this bundle.

These Mpow Lightning cables are compact and small enough to fit through most cases. It’s also backed by an 18-month limited warranty by Mpow. Rated 4.2/5 stars by over 190 Amazon shoppers.

More accessory deals:

  • AUKEY QC 3.0 20000mAh Power Bank with Lightning Input $30 (Reg. $43) | Amazon
    • with code AUKBANK2
  • AUKEY 30000mAh Power Bank with Lightning Input $33 (Reg. $45) | Amazon
    • with code AUKBANK3
  • AUKEY Three USB-C to Micro USB Adapters $7 (Reg. $10) | Amazon
    • with code AUKUSBC2
  • Mpow Bluetooth Headphones V4.1 $16 (Reg. $21) | Amazon
    • with code OV7MGNQG
  • Anker PowerPort 10 port USB charger $28 (Reg. $40) | Amazon
    •  with code BEST2133

Deals still alive from yesterday:

  • Mpow FM Transmitter and USB charger $10 (Reg. $13) | Amazon
    • with code EPHRDZ6R
  • Mpow Universal Waterproof Case, Dry Bag for Outdoor Sports $7 (Reg. $10) | Amazon
    • with code T8EHCJVR
  • Veckle 3-Pack 1ft, 3.3ft, 6.6ft USB-C Braided Cable $14 (Reg. $17) | Amazon
    • with code ENKHGC89
  • iOrange-E USB Type C Cable 6.6ft Strongest Braided Nylon $7 (Reg. $23) | Amazon
  • KMASHI 20000mAh Power Bank with Quick Charge 2.0 $19 (Reg. $28) | Amazon
    • with code HP5DKI9O
  • iClever USB Car Charger with Built-In USB-C Cable $11 (Reg $13)  | Amazon
    • with code ICTYPEC8

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IK Multimedia, one of the leaders in mobile audio recording solutions and software, is introducing a massive new plug-in instrument for Mac. The new Syntronik is a sample-based virtual synthesizer and features 38 painstakingly multi-sampled virtual versions of some of the most classic synthesizers that have ever existed. expand full story

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