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Official Nokia N82 Product
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This one's for all the Nokia lovers. Here are some pics of the upcoming sensation in the world of cell phones the all new Nokia N82. Enjoy! It sure looks to be a market winner with features like: a 5-megapixel camera with a Carl Zeiss Lens and auto-focus, 3G, 30FPS VGA video capture, secondary video camera, 2.4-inch screen, GPS, FM radio, TV-Out, Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth 2.0.


Helium Balloon Lights!!!

The Helium Balloon Light consists of 35 'ultra strong' diodes suspended from a helium balloon. There are two versions of the device available a limited edition cordless version powered by rechargeable batteries and a basic corded version. And just how much would you expect to pay for a technological marvel such as this? How does $1000 (BDT 70,000) strike you? Apparently, buying some cheap helium balloons from the street and a 200 bucks torchlight sounds like a far better alternative to me!

This Is What Lamps Look Like In Hell

Chances are that if you have $45,000 (BDT 3,150,000) lying around to waste on a lamp, you probably did something shady to get it. So a Fall of the Dammed lamp depicting a Dante-esque decent into hell would perfectly fit your living room. Thanks to a sophisticated laser sculpting process, owners can now enjoy an extremely expensive reminder that when the apocalypse hits, it would be really hard to find people to save them from Satan's wrath.

Cubicle Stepper Combines Work and Exercise at the Desk!!!

If sitting in an office cubicle all day wasn't bad enough, Gamercize wants you to throw a workout into the equation with their new GZ PC-Sport Power Stepper. The stepper itself is similar to other products on the market, except this one hooks into your computer via USB and shuts down your keyboard or mouse when you start slacking off. According to the product page, using the GZ PC-Sport can burn up to 400 calories per hour with a effort level that is equivalent to a "brisk walking pace."


Compiled by Mahdin Mahboob

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