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Oaxis Bento | Induction Speaker

Bento Speaker is an award winning design by Oaxis, it requires no cables and no pairing! simply place your mobile phone on the speaker, and the sound will be magically amplified! The no hassle device uses electromagnetic induction, where all you need to do is place your music-playing smartphone on the induction pad, and with no cable, no Bluetooth, no infrared, no WiFi, Bento will deliver immersive 360° omnidirectional music playback that sounds great in every corner of the room. Available in black or white. watch the video

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KOUBACHI | WI-FI PLANT SENSOR | Image

KOUBACHI | WI-FI PLANT SENSOR

If, like ourselves, you consider yourself a serial killer of houseplants this might be of your interest. The Koubachi Wi-Fi Plant Sensor is your own plant care assistant, it monitors your plant and sends you information with precise care advice to your smartphone. It measures soil moisture, tem­perature, and light intensity, letting you know when to water your plants, when it is too warm or too cold, and if your plant is in the right location to receive th...
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IMAC SCREEN COVER | BY RADTECH | Image

IMAC SCREEN COVER | BY RADTECH

Keep your iMac screen protected! ScreenSavrz is a ultra-light and supple Cover for the iMac Screen. It was designed to  protect your display and case from dust, soiling and fingerprints when not in use. It can also be used to clean and polish your screen. It weighs only 25 grams and is capable of being adjusted....
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KODAK EKTRA SMARTPHONE

Kodak Ektra is an Android smartphone made for photographers, with a curved DSLR-like grip and a shutter button placed on the top of the device. It looks like a 1940s camera and is named after the company’s 1941 rangefinder. The name isn’t the only nostalgic element, the retro design of the device and the classic leather accessories really take you back in time. Since the phone is aimed directly at photographers, the photo features are what really stand out besides t...
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