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Beats Pill

Newly released by Beats Electronics is this funky little wireless speaker appropriately named "Pill". Despite its compact size, the Pill produces clear, full-range, powerful sound. It has an internal microphone allowing for easy conference calls and can be operated by any Bluetooth-enabled device from up to 30 feet away. The speaker is lightweight and includes a carry case with a handy carabiner so you can attach it to your backpack. Seems like Jambox finally has some competition...

Other options for wireless portable speakers:
- Jambox
- Philips Shoqbox
- Hidden




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YOHANN IPAD STAND

Yohann iPad Stand is a new accessory developed for iPad users who need a support device to facilitate its use. The Yohann iPad Stand is beautifully built, specifically for iPad Air, milled from a single wood block, then sanded and finished with natural wax which gives it that organic feel and a classic understated look. With minimalist design, itīll look good no matter where you put it. Lightweight and designed so you can set your iPad on several different positions...
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WINDWARD | IPHONE APP FOR SAILORS

Windward is an iPhone app for sailors, with Windward checking tide data has never been easier. You can access detailed data within a few taps. The app features a tide meter for hourly tide data, an Anemometer that reports current wind speed, and air/water temperature for up-to-the-minute temperature readings. Available at the App Store ...
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GOPRO CHEST MOUNT HARNESS

Perfect for skiing, mountain biking, motocross, paddle sports, or any other activity you want a lower filming angle than when your GoPro is ed in your helmet. See more of your arms, knees poles, and skis while skiing...or your arms and handlebars while biking or riding your motorcycle. Recommended as a more immersive way to film than on the helmet....
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