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Flir One (2017)

Flir One (2017)

Giroptic Io

Giroptic Io

Anker PowerCore Jump Starter

Anker PowerCore II

SanDisk Extreme A1

HP Pro X2

HP Pro X2

Roland Go Mixer

MyKronoz ZeTime

MyKronoz ZeTime

Omate 4G Video Call

The largest foosball table we've seen

Snap it into your iPhone and the new Flir One for 2017 will heat-map your life for DIY home improvement and finding Mr. Whiskers when he gets stuck in the walls.

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The Flir One consumer version sells for 199 euros (converted that's around $213, £170 or AU$275); the Pro version goes for 499 euros ($530 /£425 /AU$690) and has four times the resolution.

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This $249 (about £200/AU$324 at current rates) 360-degree camera looks like a sheep and plugs into your iPhone or iPad.

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It'll take photos and video and livestream to YouTube.

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If your car battery dies on a remote mountain road, this DIY jumper cable gives you a boost without making you hike 5 miles to flag down a stranger. It has a built-in flashlight, too.

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A 10,000mAh portable charger pack can juice up your iPhone 7 about three times and your Samsung Galaxy S7 about twice. It'll cost $30 (converted, that's about £24/ AU$39) and arrive in May.

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SanDisk's new A1-class MicroSD cards are optimized for your smartphone. You can install and run apps directly from the card with much smoother performance, they say.

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This 2-in-1 has everything from a smart-card reader and fingerprint scanner to a digital pen and kickstand.

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Too bad it's for business customers, like corporations and not for plebs like us.

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Powered by your phone or tablet, the 99 euro (converted, approx. $105/£85/AU$135 ) sound mixer can combine and record tracks from up to five instruments.

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The claim to fame of this smartwatch? Mechanical -- rather than digital -- hands. They look more like a traditional analog watch.

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But underneath is a proprietary OS that works with Android, iOS and even Windows phones.

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A 2-megapixel camera integrated into the top of this watch lets the wearer accept video calls. A vehicle for a software service for elderly care, the device can also help track loved ones and let them call out for help.

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Amid the booths was the most mechanical accessory of all, a giant foosball table for epic tournaments.

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