Wicked Lasers LaserCube

Better don’t point this new gadget to your head, though as this projector can produce a surprisingly powerful, class 4 laser beam with can actually cut through plastic and do engravings when it’s not used as an entertainment unit.

LaserCube is a small, heavy, rock solid cube that’s made of thick metal, 3mm fit on all sides and the build quality is really nice as well. It’s pleasant to have a touch of some cold metal in our plastic world.

The components inside the Wicked Lasers LaserCube is the most interesting part, of course. This device has 3 lasers – Red, Green and Blue. Making it a full RGB color range projector. It then combines the 3 beams in a single powerful one to achieve any color you want and, uses sensors to move it around.

LaserCube will project a ton of different premade shows if you get the free software for your Android device. You can check and see the projections ahead of time even without the laser activated.

This tiny enclosure delivers a performance that is truly impressive. Check it out on the official website by clicking the BUY button.

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Sony RX100 VII m7 new camera 2019

Sony has just introduced the RX100 VII Cyber-shot camera. It’s their newest photo gadget on the market and boy, is it impressive. So many features packed in such a small and sleek body. Anyone can really make top-shelf professional shots with this new technology. Let’s look at some of the specs.

It features a 24-200mm high-zoom lens in a pocket-size body with a ZEISS Vario-Sonnar T optical F2.8-4.5 zoom aspherical lens and also has a new 1.0-type stacked CMOS sensor with the latest image-processing engine.

The display tech allows for a blackout-free, continuous 20fps shooting and single burst shooting at up to 90fps. 357 phase-detection AF points and 425 contrast-detection AF points. Real-time tracking for movies is also possible as well as touch tracking and real-time eye AF for both – stills and movies.

The maximum resolution is 20.1 MegaPixels with an ISO sensitivity from 100 to 12800.

If you’re into time-lapse movies, you can do interval shooting with the RX100 VII or 4K HDR (HLG) video recording with the help of optical SteadyShot mode for 4K movies. This newest camera of 2019 has a microphone jack input for high-quality sound as well.

Talking about the ease-of-use, a tiltable LCD screen will be adjustable upwards to approximately 180 degrees and down to approximately 90 degrees.

Find out more at the official Sony website (by clicking the BUY button below the image).

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