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Chugplug

Chugplug is a portable battery pack for MacBook Air and 13in MacBook Pro, giving the power to move. Chugplug charges and powers 45W and 65W MacBooks using your existing Apple AC power cable and MagSafe power adapter, giving you up to 4 hours of additional run time without being tethered to an outlet.



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VIEW-MASTER

Remember the 3D View Master, a popular toy in your youth? Well it has recently been updated for the smart-phone generation. View-Master lets you enter the world of virtual reality, surrounding you with stunning 360-degree environments so you feel as if you are really there. Simply slide your smartphone into the viewer, download one of the free View-Master apps, and explore the virtual world around you. watch the video below Learn more from View-Master, or grab on...
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SONY 4K ULTRA SHORT THROW PROJECTOR

With the CES 2014 currently taking place, a lot of new and exciting consumer electronics are being presented. Sony have announced the future of television projection, the spectacular 4K Ultra Short Throw Projector! It consists of a sleek, furniture-like design, which delivers a 147-inch 4K image on your wall, from only a few inches away. It also features two cabinet units to accommodate other home electronics and two powerful speakers making this a truly immersive a...
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THE PILLAR | BY STELLE AUDIO

The Pillar is a newly released Bluetooth wireless speaker by Stellé Audio. The sleek cylindrical speaker provides unparalleled sound quality, and features a bold yet simple silhouette with an intuitive user interface. You can wirelessly play music from any Bluetooth device or use it as a speakerphone for hands-free conversations. It features a rechargeable battery providing 15 hours of continuous playback and is available in white, brushed aluminum, matt blac...
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