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A year after the launch of their first desktop 3D printer at the Consumer Electronics Show in Vegas, Cubify has upped its game and released not one, but two machines – their new and improved sequel, the Cube 2 and the larger CubeX, earning them a CES 2013 People’s Choice Award in the process. Featuring

Virtual Magic

Celluon’s Magic Cube is the latest in virtual keyboard technology. The ultra-portable device laser-projects a full size keyboard onto any flat surface – so you can connect via Bluetooth and get typing, with just a flick of a switch. It even has a multi-touch mouse function that can be operated using your finger when using

Bremont Victory

With the limited edition Victory watch, Bremont has not only created an horological masterpiece that illustrates the passion and precision you’d expect from the British-born brand, it’s also built a detail into its construction that links with its naval provenance. Inlaid within the case back is original oak timber from the HMS Victory – Lord

Chilled Entertaining

The 32 cu. ft. capacity Samsung T9000 Four-Door Refrigerator is the next evolution in refrigerator design and it’s the ultimate kitchen appliance for home entertainers. Not only does it have a 10-inch LCD display with the Evernote app built into the Linux-based OS, so the connected household can quickly update a shopping list when looking

Breitling Bentley Supersports Chronograph

In an exclusive partnership with the luxury British carmaker, Swiss brand Breitling has created a series of limited edition designs that pay homage to the Bentley Continental Supersports – the fastest and most powerful car in their range and holder of the world land-ice speed record. Powered by a fully in-house developed Breitling automatic movement

Ebel X-1 Gent

New for 2013, Swiss luxury watch brand EBEL has released their men’s 43mm X-1 Chronograph. Coolly monochromatic in contemporary grey, it has a chic masculine design but with a modern, unisex appeal. The X1 name is inspired by the brands founding in 1911 in La Chaux de Fonds Switzerland by Eugene Blum and Alice Levy

Polaroid iM1836

The world’s first Android camera with an interchangeable lens, Polaroid’s 18-megapixel iM1836 gives professional-quality results without the cost and complexity of a professional system. With its choice of materials, it translates over to one pretty lightweight camera – compact and ready to capture outstanding images wherever and whenever they happen. Featuring a 3.5” capacitive touchscreen

Stay on Track

Now you can take your training to the next level. The Garmin fēnix is a water-resistant GPS wristwatch that gives you paperless geocaching. Designed for mountaineering and outdoor enthusiasts, it cleverly tracks position, stores way-points (like where you parked the car), and with its inbuilt barometer even warns of upcoming weather changes. Create your trip data on

Swedish House Furniture

The company’s furniture is omnipotent. Could Ikea be one of the most successful private companies? Back in the mid-nineties I was working for an interiors magazine and I spent the better part of a year schlepping through houses and apartments in London, Paris, Rome and Manhattan as well as countless country piles. The guilty secret

40 Signature Series

The 40 Signature Series is a new concept superyacht, for a new generation of yacht owner. Built by prize-winning Italian boat-maker Rodriquez Cantieri Navali, she was designed by Architectural firm Norman Foster and Partners which means the boat turns typical yacht building on its head. Designed with maximum space, light and views in mind, Foster