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Philips Original Radio

Philips has launched a snazzy retro inspired radio and dock. The 1950´s inspired device is unusual among the sleek devices normally presented by the company...but we love it! The radio/dock might look like an old sound system, but it is packed with technology that ensures crystal-clear high and low tones, and a powerful bass. As well as receiving global radio stations, you can use the dock to play all your music from your iPod or iPhone. It will bring vintage glamour to any setting.



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FIN RING

No more losing the TV remote control, this new technology promises to put the device in the palm of your hand, or rather, on your finger. "Fin” is a smart ring you wear on your thumb, transforming your whole palm into a gesture interface, and allowing you to control your entire digital world. "Fin” is Bluetooth enabled and can connect to multiple devices including smartphones, smart tv´s, cars, and home automation devices. watch the video to fully understand its cap...
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IPHONE 6 CASES | BY HARD GRAFT

Leather crafters Hard Graft have presented a series of new cases for the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus. Several styles are available to choose from, all handmade using premium vegetable tanned Italian leather and 100% premium wool felt. The stylish cases are beautifully crafted with Hard Graft´s renown craftsmanship skills and attention to detail. Check out their website for the full collection....
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TRANSPORTER SYNC

Remember the social storage drive "Transporter” by Connected Data? Now the same company have presented the "Transporter Sync” a clever little device that turns your external hard drive into a personal, secure cloud! Simply sync the tiny little device with your network, and it stays in sync with all of your devices on and off your network, plug in any USB external drive and and get as much storage as you need! Huraah! you have you´re own personal cloud, with no month...
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