The Gear Journal

OCLU Action Cam

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A new action cam is on the market… The Oclu separates itself by shooting 4K at 30fps and 1080p at 120fps for super slow motion. It also has live cut editing on the camera so you can dump the stuff you don’t want as you go.

Of course, the most important feature is stabilization. The company and a few reviews I’ve read say it’s as good as GoPro. This one might be worth a test.

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PowerPort Atom III Slim

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Anker’s new MacBook charger isn’t much bigger than one of those slim wallets… Crazy.

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Nokia 800 Tough

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I love the idea that the “stupid” phone is making a come back. I say bring them on and the more the better… This new Nokia is tough.

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Logitech MX Master 3

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My favorite mouse in the world just got an upgrade… Apparently, the new scroll wheel is Swiss made. $99 is the best price I can find…

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McIntosh MA352

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I’ve never bought a single thing from McIntosh as I don’t have the budget for it. But, I do have a vintage McIntosh system that was left to me by my dad. It’s gorgeous, sounds unbelievably warm, and is one of my prized possessions.

In any case, McIntosh has moved along during the decades since my system was manufactured in the 1960’s. And their latest offering is the hybrid integrated amp dubbed the MA352. Apparently, this 2-channel amp is untouchable by anything else in its class. And, of course, it’s gorgeous.

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WD Black Game Drives

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These new external drives by Western Digital are great looking… Performance for the dollar isn’t bad either. It really is crazy how cheap storage has gotten.

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OtterSpot Wireless Charging System

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Pretty neat idea… Essentially, these are stackable wireless chargers that can be deployed and used and then stacked again for recharging.

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The Best Selling TV on Amazon

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So I don’t know shit about this TV, but a little research showed me that it’s the best selling tv in the history of Amazon.com… So, it must be special – right? Reviews hint at it being a typical smart TV with built in Amazon Fire, a pretty decent image quality, and a hell of a price.

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