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Review of the Moto 360 Gen 1

The moto 360 generation one android wear smart watch was released in September 2014.

To get access to all of the features of Android wear and a large range of watch faces it is best suited to use with Android devices. However it can also be paired to an iPhone but its functionality is somewhat limited to receiving notifications and controlling your music apps.

If you want to learn how to connect to an iPhone see my follow up video here: https://youtu.be/P3eW67xT-yA

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Joby Grip Tight Auto Vent Clip

The JOBY Grip tight auto vent clip is ideal for mounting your iphone 6S Plus or extra large android phone inside your car. I have the XL version here which retails at around $36 US. And this is going to be suited to larger phones with 5.5 inch screens such as the iPhone 6s plus.

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Audulus Synthesiser App for iOS

If you told me five years ago that you could be building your own instruments including synthesisers, basses and drum machines on an iPad I would not have believed it.

Well now you can do just that with the new Auduls 3 modular Synthesizer.

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Review of Apple Lightening Dock

Welcome to touch technology review. today i am going to be un-boxing and reviewing the latest apple lightning dock ML8J2AM/A for the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus.

The new dock is similar to the previous release but is now available in four metallic finishes to match your iphone. silver, gold, space grey and rose gold.

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Review of the Canon 85mm L series 1.2 Prime Lens

If your looking for the ultimate portrait lens for still photography and even video then you need to check out the Canon EF 85mm 1.2 L Series lens which delivers astonishing low-light performance and unparalleled image quality in the studio and on location.

This professional-grade lens L Series lens Combines outstanding image performance and ultimate operability with dust and moisture resistant construction. It has an anti-reflective lens coatings to reduce chromatic aberration, ghosting, and lens flare.

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Lytro Light field Photography

Since its release in 2012 there was much hype and conjecture that light field cameras would be the future of photography but somehow this audacious and progressive technology has failed to resonate with the photo going public and professional image makers.

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