We’ve moved passed the days when GoPro was the only name in action camera equipment. Now, the market is littered with cost-effective and high-end options. Extreme athletes and YouTube stars are looking for other ways to capture their adventures. Manufacturers have taken note and are now churning out new products that are designed to take a beating. Olympus is the latest with its Stylus Tough TG-Tracker Action Camera that has every bell and whistle you might imagine. More below.
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While companies seem to be trying to stuff battery packs into just about anything these days, we spotted one recently that claims to be the “world’s first pen with an integrated smartphone battery.” The Power Pen brings together a traditional pen and a stylus, with a built-in battery to give your mobile devices a little extra juice…
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Instead of singling one product out today for our New Toy of the Day, we’re going to take a look at some of our favorite new products from Wacom, Jabra, Harman Kardon, and others that were recently announced at IFA… expand full story
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The TouchPico is a miniature handheld projector that runs on Android and lets you interact with the projected images via a special stylus.
Let me reiterate.. It lets you interact with the images you have projected like giant touchscreen tablet.
It”s basically an Android tablet that has been shrinked to fit in your pocket and can be projected onto any flat surface. Because it’s so small and portable, it’s ideal for business meetings, presentations, or just having fun.
Like I said before, what sets this projector apart is the TouchPico’s infrared pen, which, when pressed onto a surface, outputs an infrared signal that is read by a camera on the front of the projector. This essentially allows users to manipulate the projected screen using the pen like they would a touchscreen device with a finger. The device itself is a pico projector that outputs a 854 x 480 display onto a screen or a wall.
Paired with the projector is an Android 4.0 device running on a 1GHz processor with two cores. There’s also an HDMI port so the TouchPico can be used like a more traditional projector.
The ability to move objects/projections is reminiscent of the Sci-Fi thriller Minority Report (2002)
The TouchPico was first announced at CES earlier this year, and will likely be available around the holiday season (even if the Indiegogo isn’t fully funded by that time). Currently, you can shell out $270 to get one of the first TouchPicos, but the price will probably soar to around $500 when it’s released commercially. expand full story
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Over 1,000 Amazon reviewers rate it 3.7 out of 5 stars.
If you’re in the market for more than just the stylus, MacMall is offering the refurbished Wacom Cintiq 22HD 21.5″ Interactive Pen Display (model number: UDTK2200) for $1600 shipped (Reg. $2000 new). This is the lowest price we could find on this 4.6/5 star rated tab. It features a 21.5″ HD display, full HD resolution and extra wide viewing angle. You can see more specs for this model on the listing and some of the other Wacom Interactive Pen Display models here. expand full story
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Today’s Daily Steal is the 3-Pack 4-in-1 Touchscreen Stylus, Ballpoint Pen, Laser Pointer and LED Light for only $9 Shipped. The solid metal construction means that this 4-in-1 tool will be with you for a long time to come. Throw it in a briefcase or bag and never worry about it breaking. Or clip it to your pocket with the attached clip. expand full story
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Amazon has just dropped the price of popular Bamboo Solo fine point Stylus for iPad to just $14.75 shipped. This name-brand stylus retails for $30 and has a street value of about $25 from most retailers. Reveiwers love it, it has a 4 star rating from over 1,000 unique buyers on Amazon. The fine-point tip on this stylus is perfect for precision writing or drawing on your iPad. Deal is only valid on the black version.