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Sabrent 60 Watt 10-Port Desktop Charger

Sabrent's 60 Watt Desktop USB Rapid Charger powers 10 devices at once, and it's being offered for only $32.99, today only, originally $39.99. Smart port technology maximizes compatibility with Android, Apple and other devices by enabling charging speeds of up to 12 amps among 10 ports or 2.4 amps per port. Product page. Continue reading for a full video review and more information.

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Veho MUVI X-Lapse

The Veho MUVI X-Lapse is perfect for shooting 360° videos with your smartphone, and it's being offered for only $9.99 (order now to lock in price), today only, originally $17.93. The MUVI X-Lapse enables a film maker to take up to 360° sweeping time-lapse images that when edited together create an amazing movie effect.It has both male and female standard 1/4 -20 UNC tripod screw threads for both mounting cameras on and also for mounting the MUVI X-Lapse onto a tripod, perfect for lightweight action cameras with a continuous photo mode such as the MUVI HD or GoPro or standard cameras with a time-lapse feature up to a weight of 750 grams. Product page. Continue reading for a full video review and more information.

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Featuring a frameless design, the Xiaomi Mi TV 4, complete with Dolby Atmos audio technology, measures just 4.9mm at its thinnest point,and is claimed to be 30% thinner than the iPhone 7. It comes in 49, 55, and 65-inch variants, and the cool factor doesn't stop there, as the television is modular, meaning users are able to swap out the motherboard and other internals when they want to upgrade. This display comes bundled with the company's Mi TV Bar, which integrates 10 speakers, 2 wireless rear satellite speakers, and a subwoofer. Official pricing hasn't been announced yet, but Hugo Barra, Global VP at Xiaomi, claims it will be priced "well under" $2,000. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the five most popular viral videos today, including one of someone crushing a Nokia 3310 with a red hot hydraulic press.

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Nazi Belt Buckle Pistol

The SS Officer belt buckle pistol was an experimental German World War II firearm consisting of four 7.65 mm or .22 long rifle barrels and lockwork concealed within a Nazi Party belt buckle. The barrels were 2" long and the wearer needed to get very close to their victim. A lever was pressed which allowed the spring-loaded buckle to pivot downwards, exposing the barrel. Noted firearms authority S.P. Fjestad claims that they were designed by Louis Marquis while he was in a prisoner of war camp during World War I and that fewer than ten of these guns have been discovered. Continue reading for more fascinating pictures from around the web.

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Shard Gerber

Gerber's Shard Multi-Tool may be thumb-sized, but it packs seven functions in one, all for $4.33, today only. With a shape of its own, the Shard has seven useful functions: small flat driver, medium flat driver, cross driver, pry bar, wire stripper, lanyard hole, and bottle opener. It is light enough to carry on your keychain, but tough and durable enough for everyday use. Product page. Continue reading for another video review and more information.

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Solar Powered Yacht

Unlike traditional hybrid-yachts, the "Solarwave 64" has been specifically designed for long-range solar-cruising, using the power of the sun only, thus removing the need to start the diesel-engine since battery-capacity is predetermined for more than one night of permanent cruising. However, if he sun doesn't shine for several days, a range-extender offers a safe alternate power-source, guaranteeing fully-charged batteries while removing weather dependency. Continue reading for another video, more pictures and information.

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Furrion Elysium

Forget 5-star hotels, the Furrion Elysium is the way to road trip in pure luxury. This 45-foot vehicle is a fully operational luxury home on wheels, and includes high-end electronics, such as three large screen 75-inch 4K HDTVs, infotainment control systems, Vision S vehicle observation systems, as well as outdoor Bluetooth speakers. The kitchen features an induction cooktop, convection microwave, oven, dishwasher, refrigerator and a wine fridge. However, the upper deck is what really sets it apart, offering an entertainment area, hot tub and even a helicopter landing platform. That's not all, the TVs feature Furrion's proprietary Vibrationsmart and Climatesmart technologies, which ensure products withstand constant vibration and extreme climates found in mobile applications. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the five most popular viral videos today, including one explaining what NASA could do with $600-billion.

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Netgear Arlo Q

Netgear's Arlo VMC3040 Q-1080P Security Camera just might be the best in its class, and you can pick one up for just $139.97 shipped, today only, originally $219.99. See and hear in perfect detail with the Arlo Q HD security camera. Experience a new sense of security with 1080p HD video, night vision, and 2-way audio. Arlo Q alerts you whenever motion or sound is detected and notifies you with instant alerts so you never miss an important moment again. Product page. Continue reading for another video review and more information.

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Bellus 3D Face Camera

Bellus 3D takes cameras to a whole new level, or to be more specific, they've created a 3D face camera for mobile devices that scans 500,000 points on your face in high resolution. Once scanned, the company sends you a file that can be transferred to a 3D printer to be fabricated into a mask. This is made possible with the infrared scanners on its camera, and once the Bellus 3D app is launched, you basically position your head within an outlined parameter, look ahead, turn to the left when asked, and then again to the right. You can see and zoom in on every wrinkle, pore and hair follicle in full color on the scans. Click here to view the first image in this week's things that look like other things gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of glass shotgun slugs you definitely don't want to mess with.

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Light Phone

Think of the Light Phone as an anti-smartphone, since it can only send calls and receive them. You won't be able to text, connect to social media, and take photos with it. In fact, Light's founders Joe Hollier and Kai Tang say the device is designed to be used "as little as possible," in hopes to cure smartphone addiction. It works independently of your phone plan, but Light's technology enables you to keep the same number. The phone has six modes: Standby (nothing is lit up); On (shows the time and a number pad); Info (shows battery level + service bars); Speed dial (shows the names of pre-programmed contacts); Incoming (shows you who's calling); Connected (you'll see the timer on your call). Once available, it's expected to be priced at $150 with the SIM and Light's software platform costing $5 per month. Click here to view the first image in this week's funny Facebook status updates gallery. Continue reading for a heartstopping viral video of a snowboarder caught in an avalanche.

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