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Soundsticks Iii Wireless | By Harman Kardon

The famous, visually stunning and sonically spectacular Harman Kardon SoundSticks are now available in an updated wireless version. SoundSticks now feature Bluetooth technology and a six-inch subwoofer, eight full-range drivers and 40 watts of amplification. The Soundsticks III delivers the same quality sound as its predecessor, only now you can seamlessly stream audio from any of your Bluetooth enabled devices. Praised for its stunning design, the sound system resides in the permanent collection of NYCís MoMA.



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MISULU C24 | IPAD MUSIC KEYBOARD | Image

MISULU C24 | IPAD MUSIC KEYBOARD

The Misulu C.24 is a two octave wireless music keyboard designed for iPad. It has the same size as the iPad and works as a magnetic cover. With only 10mm of thickness it rises up to reveal a hi-tech keyboard that uses magnets instead of traditional springs giving it both reliability and longevity. It also features two LED regions above the keyboard, one assigned to shift the keyboardís octave assignment, the other designed for analog expression such as pitch bend. I...
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WEMO MINI SMART PLUG

The Wemo Mini Smart Plug by Belkin allows you to remotely control anything thatís connected through it, from your phone or tablet. Control lamps, heaters, fans, turn on your kettle, and more, with no subscription or hub required, simply connect each little device to your home network through WiFi, and using the included app, youíll be able to turn it on or off remotely, and set up simple or complex schedules. You can make it look like someoneís home, even when no on...
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RIP STEVE JOBS

"Death is very likely the single best invention of life," said Steve Jobs, in 2005, to an audience of students at Stanford University, USA. The visionary genius of Apple liked to remember death to make "big choices in life." The iconic co-founder of Apple died on October 5, 56, after years of fighting a rare form of cancer pancreas. "Apple has lost a visionary and creative genius and the world lost a great human being," reads the company website." Steve leaves behin...
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