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Ifusion

Through embedded Bluetooth technology, you can easily connect the iPhone 4, iPhone with 3G or 3G to the ifusion so you can answer your calls via telephone or hands-free speakerphone. As an innovative docking station, you can charge or sync your iPhone via the integrated USB cable. Ifusion also lets you enjoy music through his built-in speaker system or external speaker connected via a 3.5 mm jack audio. Another option is the moshi moshi 03i



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Olloclip iPhone 7 Lenses | Image

Olloclip iPhone 7 Lenses

Smartphone photographers rejoice, Olloclip have unveiled their new interchangeable lens system for iPhone 7. The new system is called "Connect” and it separates the frame on your phone from the lens housings, letting them quickly attach to and align with your iPhones camera, even if you have a screen protector. The new lenses have similar perspectives as DSLR cameras, you can choose from three different sets to suit different iPhoneography styles: the Core Lens Set ...
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MARS LEVITATING SPEAKER

Meet Mars, a levitating wireless hi-fi speaker. The levitation Bluetooth speaker system features a sub-woofer base and a UFO shaped floating tweeter (Mars Craft) that floats elegantly in space producing the mid to high-end sounds, and spanning sound a full 360 degrees. The craft will land on the base when the battery dies out and will start charging with built-in wireless capabilities. The flying-saucer style speaker is also portable and can be used se...
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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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