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u-JAYS Wireless

With sleek lines, perfectly circular earpieces, and not a single hinge or wire exposed, the new 
u-JAYS Wireless are almost audacious in their minimalism. The stylish 40mm dynamic cans are crafted with an emphasis on quality and attention to detail and complement the much appreciated qualities of their predecessor with wireless freedom.  The sleek headphones have integrated touch controls that give you an easy-to-use experience with full control one touch away, and with more than 25 hours of wireless playback there is no need to worry about running out of batteries. They also feature a touch lock that secures the controls without unintentional interruption. Available now in four styles.




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GAMEVICE CONTROLLER

Gamevice transforms your iPad mini into a badass powerful handheld gaming console. The device features dual analog joysticks, sturdy twin triggers, the classic D-Pad and a button layout all gamers have used for many years, allowing you to play thousands of great games, with console-level gaming anytime, anywhere. Gamevice also includes Audio DAC and headphone out, and doubles as a charger for your iPad while playing. Available soon for iPhone 6/6s and iPad Air. L...
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EDJING

Edjing is the most popular Djing app available, it is the closest to the real thing and the perfect tool to learn how to DJ. Edjing have released the new version 4, it has some great features, letting you search on multiple music catalogues, so you can get your music in just one place, and far more quickly. They have also developed the most powerful sound system for a mobile device, with multiple sound effects, it even has a real vintage scratching feature, so you c...
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BEELINE

Beeline aims to make city cycling navigation a simple task. Developed by the London based design studio Map, its simplicity is what really stands out. Featuring a round plastic encased device, much like a regular compass, with a paper based LCD display that shows several features such as the direction you have to go (simply follow the rounded arrow on the display), speed, the remaining distance to get to your destination, and more. You control it with the included a...
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