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Sony E-series Notebook Computers

With vibrant, colourful looks and a 35.5cm screen size, new VAIO E Series 14” is perfect for everyday browsing, blogging or enjoying your digital media collection. Offering huge storage capacity (1 TB maximum), powerful graphics and an extra-large screen in a beautifully slim chassis, the new VAIO E Series 17” is the ultimate HD entertainment machine for all the family.



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BEOSOUND 5 | BY BANG & OLUFSEN | Image

BEOSOUND 5 | BY BANG & OLUFSEN

Danish company Bang & Olufsen have unveiled their latest creation, the Beosound 5. The BeoSound 5 allows access to your music ver it is stored. BeoSound 5 provides easy access to over 13,000 Internet radio stations from around the world. Besides the Internet, the BeoSound 5 browses and plays music from multiple sources: a connected hard drive, a NAS server, a computer, a USB drive or a mobile device. You can connect up to eight devices to the same server, with t...
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BUCK COMPADRE OUTDOOR TOOLS

Buck Compadre Outdoor Tools is a new set developed by the 100 year old Buck Knives company, so we can be pretty sure they know their business. With a lifetime warranty you´re on the safe side about their durability and build quality. American built since 1902, introducing now this particular set that features a camp knife, a camp axe and a chopping froe, with a distinctive red powdercoated high grade steel, a beautiful heritage Walnut Dymondwood handle, and an inclu...
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KINDLING CRACKER

This is genius, invented by a 13 year old girl for a school science fair project (advanced from prototype to production in just two years), the Kindling Cracker safely turns firewood into kindling. The tool lets you cut kindling safely and easily without having to swing a sharp axe. Rather than swinging a blade at the wood, the device lets you split wood against a blade inside the iron safety ring, by taping it with a mallet or even another log. The cast iron device...
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