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Sound Cylinder | For Ipad And Macbook

Sound Cylinder by Definitive Technology is a compact sound bar designed for the iPad and the MacBook. The device features an innovative grip mechanism for attaching to an iPad or clipping to a laptop screen. The Sound Cylinder has a powerful built-in active woofer and two separate left and right speakers, it connects via Bluetooth but also features a 3.5mm jack so you can connect it with just about any mobile device. via



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HARMAN KARDON AURA

Another work of art by Harman Kardon. After presenting the beautiful Nova speakers, Harman Kardon have now revealed the stunning Aura wireless speaker. Aura is made with premium materials and features a powerful 4.5" subwoofer visible trough the transparent enclosure. It produces 360º omni-directional sound and features built-in Bluetooth and AirPlay for wireless music streaming. The Aura delivers a look and feel you’ll be proud to showcase in your home. Available i...
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MICROSOFT SURFACE STUDIO

Microsoft have unveiled the Surface Studio, a spectacular competitor for the iMac. The new 28-inch desktop computer is a creative workhorse, focused squarely at artists , architects and designers. The Studio is supposed to have the "worlds thinnest LCD monitor ever built” at 12.5mm, it packs a 4500x300 resolution screen, Quad-Core i5 or i7 processor, NVIDIA GeForce graphics, 1-2TB of storage, 8-32GB of RAM, and a 5.0MP front-facing camera. Most interestingly, the sc...
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EAT N TOOL XL | BY CRKT

The Eat N Tool XL is a handy multi tool that features a spoon, fork, and a bottle opener, perfect for taking along your hiking and travels. It also includes a box wrench, driver/pry tool, and a can opener. It also comes equipped with a carabiner for convenient transport. This is a slightly bigger version of the original EatN Tool designed by revolutionary designer Liong Mah. ...
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