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Griffin Helo Tc Helicopter | Controlled By Iphone

The well-known accessories brand for apple products, Griffin, decided to create a new "toy" that will surely make the delight of many people. The Helo TC, is a helicopter controlled remotely by an iDevice, such as an iPhone, iPod or iPad. It comes with a free application. The Helo does not use Wi-Fi like other similar products do, it uses a small radio transmitter that is embedded in a fixture that fits onto your device. Watch the awesome commercial video. via GadgetReview



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goTenna

goTenna is a new tech device that gives you the freedom to create your own network of communication without the need of satellites or towers from regular carriers. It enables you to even aggregate other goTenna users thus creating your own small community, using the app that goes with it and the free offline maps you can share your location with other users and text them. There are no carrier fees to pay because goTenna sends the data via VHF radio waves. It´s avail...
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POCKETCELL RECHARGEABLE BATTERY | BY INNERGIE

The PocketCell by Innergie is a device that can recharge the battery of your smartphone, tablet or multimedia player, using 3000 mAh. The product uses a multi-connector cable, that has three ports: miniUSB, microUSB and Apple 30-pin. According to Innergie, this portable battery can deliver up to 4.5 hours of autonomy for the iPad, or 15 hours for your phone. ...
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PIEPS AVALANCHE TRANSCEIVERS

If you´re an experienced snow rider, you´re most probably into Backcountry skiing in remote places, but the thrill of riding on unpatrolled areas can be hazardous due to, exhaustion, weather, cliffs, rock fall, tree wells, and scariest of all - avalanches. Pieps develop transceivers for backcountry skiers who regularly venture into serious terrain, they are equipped with all the cutting-edge features needed for the purpose of finding people or equipment buried under...
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