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Whatsim

Whatsim Card is an ingenious idea, what it does is quite amazing, itīs the worldīs first card that lets you chat around the world. For only $10 you can buy about 50 Mb, that translates in around 25.000 text messages! You can then top it up with some more credit, if you want to send some images, videos or voice messages. They cover the whole world so youīll be always connected and able to update your status or just keep in touch with friends and loved ones. If you travel a lot this is just the thing to have to stay connected and not to worry about mobile operator coverage. Whatsim works in all unlocked phones, you can get it at their online store (here) and it wonīt expire if you use it at least once every 12 months.



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X-MINI II CAPSULE SPEAKER

For those who donīt know the X-Mini speaker, go and give it a try. It is probably the worldīs most popular pocket size speaker, earning itself multiple accolades. When the first X-Mini Capsule Speaker was introduced, everyone was totally blown away by the absolutely astounding sound quality and volume that  these little gems produce! People couldnīt believe the sound emanating from these pocket sized units. The new version, X-Mini II Capsule Speaker, comes with...
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MY PASSPORT WIRELESS PRO

Western Digital have introduced a new wireless hard drive for the professional on the go. The My Passport Wireless Pro gives photographers and videographers portable storage to easily offload, edit and stream photos or high-definition videos in the field, offering wireless data transfers and storage in capacities up to 3TB. In addition to WiFi transfers, the drive also supports data transfers via both an integrated SD card slot and a USB 2.0 port. It has an all-day ...
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OSMO

Osmo is a new and exciting toy created by a group of ex-Google and Disney employees. The next-gen hardware gaming device turns physical objects into iPad games, it kind of works like an analog Kinect for your iPad, turning the table top in front of the iPad into a digital game board. You use use real-world objects such as tiles, puzzles, and pen sketches to interact with the iPad to solve quizzes and play games. You merge real with virtual, cool! Watch the video to ...
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