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The Magic Charger | Wireless Charger For Magic Mouse

With the Magic Charger by Mobee Technology you never need to replace batteries again on your Magic Mouse. The charger features an apple like aesthetic, so it will look sleek and unobtrusive on you desk by your mac. Just plug the base station in to a USB port and rest your mouse on it, a full charge will last 6 days.



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WIRELESS POWERMAT

Who would not want to charge their cell phones, portable gaming consoles, cameras, or even your watch without having to use any wires? This became reality, the Israeli company Powermat, created a kind of "mat" on which the user puts his electronic device on top and the battery charges, without relying on wires and electricity. How is this possible? Simple, through magnetic induction....
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APPLE TV REMOTE STAND

If you own an Apple TV, you surely know how easy it is to lose track of the tiny remote. With this in mind, the guys over at Studio Neat thought: "If you always have a spot for it, maybe you won’t lose it”, so they created a simple "home base" for the remote, so you always know where to find it. The little walnut stand stays in place with a micro-suction pad that holds firm to any flat surface, without leaving a gooey residue when you remove it. It’s pretty nifty....
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APP CONTROLLED LIGHT BULBS

Seems like these days we are able to control almost everything from our smartphones. Say hello to the world´s first networked dimmable light bulb! The INSTEON LED Bulb is the first remotely controllable, fully dimmable networked light bulb. It also saves energy! The INSTEON LED light bulb glows as brightly as a conventional 60W-100W incandescent bulb but only consumes 8w. The bulbs can be controled using a INSTEON controller from any place in the house or over the I...
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