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Nintendo Wii U

Nintendo has made it official, during their conference at E3 they presented the Wii U, a next-generation console. It has an interactive control that works like a handheld console, allowing a new way to interact with the content shown on screen. Wii U - a name that suggests a relationship "we and you" is actually the second version of the Nintendo Wii. In addition to putting Nintendo in a new generation, the machine reveals a powerful platform capable of combining the fun of casual games with high graphics potential. You can pre order now at amazon.



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SIXTY CORDLESS PHONE | BY SAGEMCOM | Image

SIXTY CORDLESS PHONE | BY SAGEMCOM

Sagemcom presents its new, but highly reminiscent, phone: The Sixty. A perfect inclusion for your home with a touch of creativity, the Sixty brings together a truly retro design look with the latest DECT cordless phone technology. A true decorative piece, the Sixty consists of a base containing a touch dial placed around a reverse video Dot matrix screen (white on black background) and a wireless handset with a 10 hour communication standby battery life, and with a ...
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BOOMBOTTLE | WEATHERPROOF WIRELESS SPEAKER | Image

BOOMBOTTLE | WEATHERPROOF WIRELESS SPEAKER

BoomBottle is a rugged, weatherproof, wireless, portable speaker that fits inside your bicycle water bottle cage. It features dual 40mm drivers and a passive subwoofer delivering impressive sound quality trough its omni-directional speaker cone sending music in all directions. It also includes a rechargeable battery providing 10 hours of  continuous playback, a built-in microphone making it also a speakerphone for phone conversations, and integrated music contr...
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NAT GEO VIEW

National Geographic needs no introduction, since 1888, they’ve traveled the Earth, sharing their breathtaking stories and the world, through the eyes of their amazing photographers. Now the famous publication have introduced the Nat Geo View app, a new daily digest, featuring the days best pictures, stories, and videos. Every day, 5 small articles land on your mobile phone, and if that is not enough for your appetite, the app gives access to the the last seven days ...
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