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CES 2012: Elegant Gadgets Abound

Check out the coolest gadgets from CES Unveiled 2012.
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There aren't too many drawbacks to the iPhone 4's camera. But one minor flaw is that it shoots in just one direction at a time. When it's important to catch the 360 degree view, there's now an elegant solution. The GoPano micro is a lens that attaches to the iPhone 4 and allows for capturing panoramic video and still pictures. Proper viewing requires the free GoPano app, and sharing happens through the GoPano.com website. The lens's lateral viewing angle is 80 degrees. Unwrapped video on the iPhone 4s coming in at an impressive 1920 x 456, 30 fps. The lens costs $79.

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