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Altos Adventure

Altoīs Adventure is a new snowboarding game by Snowman. It features really nice graphics and a soothing music that goes with it, making you always want to come back for more. Itīs an engaging game, with a very beautiful and minimalist atmosphere, with real weather effects, such as thunderstorms, blizzards, fog and rainbows. Itīs easy to start to play but with some difficulty to master, so you wonīt get tired of it. Also featuring great moves and combo effects to maximize speed and gain extra points. You can choose six different snowboarders that have different attributes and abilities and 180 handcrafted goals to achieve. We recommend that you play it with your headphones, in order to get immersed in the experience and enjoy the handcrafted audio. watch the video



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MICROSOFT SURFACE STUDIO

Microsoft have unveiled the Surface Studio, a spectacular competitor for the iMac. The new 28-inch desktop computer is a creative workhorse, focused squarely at artists , architects and designers. The Studio is supposed to have the "worlds thinnest LCD monitor ever built” at 12.5mm, it packs a 4500x300 resolution screen, Quad-Core i5 or i7 processor, NVIDIA GeForce graphics, 1-2TB of storage, 8-32GB of RAM, and a 5.0MP front-facing camera. Most interestingly, the sc...
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GRAMOPHONE IPOD STATION

In a playful nod to the past, Pottery Barn are selling this retro docking station, it features the flared brass horn of a turn-of-the-century gramophone. It measures 8.5" square by 14.5" high and is Crafted of maple veeners with a deep-espresso stain. It comes with an AC adaptor and a set of 5 universal docks....
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MASTER LOCK DIALSPEED PADLOCK

If numeric combinations arenīt your thing, meet the sleek and sturdy Dialspeed Padlock by Master Lock. Whilst traditional padlocks require a number combination on a physical dial, the Dialspeed operates with a series of arrows, not numbers, it focuses on directional combinations using a electronic directional interface. In case you forget the correct directions, the lock also has numbers and letters so you can set a name combination for example. Up to 3 codes can b...
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