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Yamaha Pdx-11 Portable Speaker

The Yamaha PDX-11 is not exactly a dock you see every day out there. With a different design and available in four colors (white, black, blue and neon green),  the rugged PDX-11 is a very compact audio player that can be powered by an AC adapter or six AA batteries, which will guarantee up to 8 hours of music. The octagon shaped speaker features a two-way speaker system and a large 4-inch woofer. It has a 30-pin connector, so you can connect your iPhone or iPod, in addition, it comes with a 3.5 mm connector, so you can use other types of music devices. source



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AUDIOENGINE A2+ DESKTOP SPEAKERS

The new A2+ speakers by Audioengine are the perfect compliment for your desktop computer. The successor to the popular and award-winning Audioengine A2 speakers(take a look at the insanely happy Amazon reviews) just got better. The A2+ speakers have kept the same look, hand-built and wrapped in beautiful wood cabinets with a hand-polished finish. They now feature an output to connect a subwoofer and you can even go wireless with the optional Audioengine W3 adapter. ...
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INK HUNTER

Are you considering a tattoo but feeling unsure about the long-term commitment? Ink Hunter is a new app that lets you preview the tattoos on your skin in real time with augmented reality, to see the result before going under the needle of a tattoo artist. The app uses your phones´ camera to scan whichever area of the body you’re thinking of marking for life, then you get a realistic visualization of your tattooed body from different angles of what the design would l...
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BEELINE

Beeline aims to make city cycling navigation a simple task. Developed by the London based design studio Map, its simplicity is what really stands out. Featuring a round plastic encased device, much like a regular compass, with a paper based LCD display that shows several features such as the direction you have to go (simply follow the rounded arrow on the display), speed, the remaining distance to get to your destination, and more. You control it with the included a...
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