The credit card-sized flashlight is rechargeable via microUSB, and fits nicely in a breast pocket. It's 50£ ($78) and comes next year. The production model will have a variable dimmer and a lanyard. They're also making a hands-free kit and a bike attachment for spelunkers and bikers, respectively. (Though there's no reason why you can't be both.) [Ian Sinclair]
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