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It was 1969 in the Westminster borough of London, and at a recording studio on Abbey Road, the worlds of composition, audio fidelity, and creativity were aligned. The resulting album by the Beatles would prove to be one of the most renowned works ever recorded. It’s so revered that few artists ever claim to have surpassed it. Only a few years later, another British band would achieve a unique... READ MORE
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Also known as a pocket projector or a micro projector, a pico projector is a newly emerging category that encompasses the smallest projectors you can buy. 

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Originally, it was a battery-powered device with text display small enough to fit in a pocket, which stored songs you transferred from a computer. Also called an MP3 player, it output music via a headphone jack, which explained the included earbuds. But that was 1999. Today’s players do a lot more than just play music (now in a variety of formats and with listener-adjustable effects).

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3 years ago
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It’s a portable screen about five to seven inches in size that displays pages from books, periodicals and documents and uses a rechargeable battery. Such devices are optimized to let you download content from online libraries. 

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3 years ago