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Pimp My Ps3 | By Colorware

The popular game console PlayStation 3, also known as PS3, achieved itīs status while maintaining itīs appearance in sober black. But, someone realized it was time to make it look a little more attractive and cheerful, giving it new colors. Those responsible for this metamorphosis were Colorware, a U.S. company that has distinguished itself in the market just by changing the original color of some technological products. On the Colorware website it is possible to simulate the colors you want and order immediately. Check out another cool product from Colorware, the Ipad Grip




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ETON FRX3 | EMERGENCY SMARTPHONE CHARGER | Image

ETON FRX3 | EMERGENCY SMARTPHONE CHARGER

Next time you stock your emergency supplies make sure you have the Eton FRX3 on your list. The device is solar powered, and if in state of emergency when there is no solar light, you can power it by spinning a hand turbine. It features a USB port to charge your phone, weather alert radio, LED flashlight and glow-in-the-dark locater. Watch the video...
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LEEF IBRIDGE

Have you ever tried to record a video or take a photo and just couldnīt because your apple device didnīt have enough memory left? Donīt worry it does occur more often than you think…so in order to prevent that from ever happening again, and losing what might be an important moment, the guys at Leef developed the iBridge. Itīs an IOS mobile storage solution, simply plug it into your iPad, iPhone or iPod and just shoot the camera button, the photo will store directly ...
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GAMESTICK | PORTABLE TV GAMES CONSOLE | Image

GAMESTICK | PORTABLE TV GAMES CONSOLE

Manufacturer of electronic accessories PlayJam announced the release of a new portable video game console that runs games from the Android mobile platform. Named GameStick, the device is the size of a pen drive and connects to the HDMI input on a TV , you then use a wireless gamepad to control games. The GameStick uses no wires to connect to your tv or power outlet, another strong point is the price of the games, which start at $ 0.99. PlayJam expect to launch the G...
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