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Vending machine from Japan dispenses apples

Posted: 21 Apr 2012 10:46 AM PDT

Japan is famous for its vending machines, and if you're fan of vending machines, today we have latest vending machines from the streets of Japan that we want to show you.

These latest vending machine are located at Kasumigaseki subway station and Suidobashi subway station, and unlike other vending machines that dispense cigarettes, candy and sodas, these vending machines dispense freshly cut apples. These vending machines are developed by M.V.M Shoji Co., Ltd. and currently there are only three of these vending machines in Japan. All these apples come from Aomori Prefecture, located in the northern mainland of Japan, and each package contains half of apple and 42 calories. In addition, Vitamin C and calcium are added to each apple for better taste.

As we already said, there are only three of these vending machines in Japan, and who knows, someday we might even see them in US as well.

[via Ubergizmo]

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Latest keyboard case from Japan turns your iPad into MacBook Pro

Posted: 21 Apr 2012 08:30 AM PDT

Recently we covered Hipstreet keyboard case for iPad 2 and iPad 3, and if you're looking for another keyboard case, today we have the perfect device for you.


Today's case comes from Japanese company Macotakara.jp, and unlike other keyboard cases on the market, this case turns your iPad into MacBook Pro. In addition, this case comes with built-in Lithium Polymer battery that charges your iPad while you're using it. This keyboard case connects to your iPad via Bluetooth, and it also features USB port and a mini USB port. As for the compatibility, this case is designed to work with iPad 2, and so far, we don't have any information regarding iPad 3 compatibility.

This case has a lot to offer to iPad 2 users, however, this case is currently priced at  5,980 yen, that's about $75, and it is available only in Japan, but we're hoping to see it in US someday soon.

[via Ubergizmo]

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