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Submitted by AgentWhite 582d ago | article

10 cool Kickstarter gifts that have been funded, finished and brought to market

The Next Web : The holiday season approaches, and it is time to whip out your wallet and spend your year’s savings on the people in your life who grudgingly tolerate you so long as you keep them plied with new toys. (Industry, Kickstarter, Web)

Soldierone  +   582d ago
I can't help but wonder if some of these have cleared patent rights? I'm sure while they are small the bigger companies don't care, but once they start making money they might want to look out.

Pebble for example looks identical to the same gadget Sony makes. The SmartWatch I believe.

Also CrunkSkunx is the reason I always hated Tablets. Why do you need it to look like a laptop? just buy a laptop. An iPad is 500-600 dollars, the thing is 200. My laptop with an i5 processor was only 800 dollars....

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