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Let's nip your enthusiasm right in the bud: No, these motorized skates you see above aren't actually powered by rockets. Now hold on, don't close the browser tab just yet. Just launched on Kickstarter, Acton's RocketSkates do have a rather misleading name. But they're actually quite the improvemen...

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Wanna shoot really serious video of the sidewalk on your DSLR, but can't get along with those dicey standard controls? Then maybe VizTools has a solution -- or at least a working prototype it's readying for NAB. The HandiZoom can be operated with only one hand and does motorized zoom with adjustabl...

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One sure fire way to make sure you never lose your iPad? Stick the thing in your wall. Now available in North America from Bracketron, the iRoom iDock is a motorized dock for your Apple tablet that can be flush-mounted into your wall. Once connected to your power supply, the system's proximity se...

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While the Enicycle may look eerily similar to Focus Design's SBU unicycle, it's decidedly different when looking at the nuts and bolts of things. As of now, just two of these devices exist in the entire world, and one Ortis Deley was able to scoot over to Italy in order to give one of them a ride....

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With Stewart Filmscreen and OmniMount doling out all new motorized mounts for CEDIA, we reckoned it was only a matter of time before Sanus hollered "me too!" Right on cue, the VisionMount LT25 has been revealed, boasting aluminum alloy rails and high-grade ABS decorative end caps, a weight of just...

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A year after introducing the Ultra Low Profile Series flat-panel mounts, OmniMount has shown up at CEDIA time once more with a new way to hang up your set. While not nearly as unique as Stewart Filmscreen's Media Décor, the new Motion40 will still put a little motor into your mount. The rem...

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You know what time it (almost) is, so you'll be prepared to handle a whole new breed of TV mounts as well. With CEDIA upon us, Chief Manufacturing and Sanus are both rolling out the same automatic motorized tilt mount, though it'll be dubbed LT15 for Chief and CM8 for Sanus. Put simply, this was d...

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Joining the already crowded market of flat-panel mounts, INCA has introduced its 900810-5A-WPS, which is an elaborate way of saying Motorized Wall Mounted Pullout and Swivel. Said device is fully automatic and remotely controlled, can hold sets up to 100 pounds and should accommodate mostly any HD...

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Granted, the whole Segway-esque skateboard idea has been tossed around (and patented) before, but Tal Ofir decided to conjure up his own design, anyway. Dubbed a "motorized skateboard for an urban environment," this transporter touts a centrally placed wheel and a "computerized weight balance unit...

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Sure the wireless remote has enabled us lazy-types to control our boob tubes without leaving our ass-groove on the couch, but so far there have been few ways (save for custom stands / installations) to adjust the physical TV without some serious physical exertion -- until now, that is. There's not...

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