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Ipad Hoverbar | By Twelve South

Twelve South has a new accessory for the iPad, the HoverBar! Twelve South tends to design some of the best accessories on the market for Apple products. The attention to detail they show in everything they manufacture, is reminiscent of Apples own design philosophy. All of them are innovative, well built and with an absolutely fantastic design. Hoverbar is a support for the iPad built with an articulated arm, which makes it the perfect companion for the Apple tablet. Watch the video



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MOPHIE LIGHTNING POWER RESERVE | Image

MOPHIE LIGHTNING POWER RESERVE

Mophie has introduced the updated version of their popular keychain-friendly power reserve. The new sleek and extremely small battery charger comes with an integrated lightning connector and features a compact and quick-charging 1350mAh-capacity battery giving you up to 50% extra battery charge. It also includes a LED power indicator, and a convenient key ring making it easy to carry....
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Sennheiser PXC 550 Wireless

Audio experts Sennheiser have announced the good-looking PXC 550 wireless headphones. The premium foldable headset is designed specifically for frequent travelers, delivering exceptional sound quality with adaptive noise cancelation that creates your own aural space in even the most chaotic of environments. They also feature an extraordinary battery life of up to 30 hours of continuous use (you can span the globe on a single charge), and come with a companion app th...
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BIOLITE CAMP STOVE

This is a very innovative project, the ecological BioLite Camp Stove features a thermoelectric system, after starting the fire, part of the device transforms heat into electrical energy, which moves the internal fan. No batteries required, gasoline or any other energy source. The excess energy generated can be used through a USB port to charge your devices including smartphones, LED lights, GPS and many others. Genius and ecological. via GadgetReview...
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