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Metal Cordies | Keeps Cables On The Table

Cordies is a cable organization product, it keeps all of your cables organized and weighted down: phone chargers, digital camera cords, audio cables, whatever isn not in use but should not be flopping around. Metal Cordies is made of sleek metal with black accents.



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POWERQUBE

The Powerqube is a revolutionary device that allows you to charge and power up to nine devices simultaneously! It features three USB ports and six electrical outlets, and enables each USB port to independently negotiate with each device that plugs into it. Unlike powers trips, Powerqube has a sleek design youŽll happily showcase and is compact enough to fit on a work desk, kitchen top or conference table. Available in white or black. Watch the video ...
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SONY SMARTPHONE ATTACHABLE LENS-STYLE CAMERA

Now available for purchase, is the Sony QX100 Lens-style Camera, it is the perfect compliment for your Android or iOS smartphone, instantly transforming it into a power-packed camera. The QX100 wirelessly connects to your smartphone using it as the viewfinder, settings panel and shutter release, you can clip it on to your phone or use the lens independently(the phone sees what the lens sees!). The Sony Smart Lens offers all the DSLR advantages such as shallow depth ...
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RICOH THETA

The long-awaited Ricoh Theta 360-degree camera has finally hit shelves, the little device captures  your entire surroundings with a single shutter click! The compact, slender stick is small enough to fit in a pocket and is very easy to use. It features a twin-lens folded optical system that captures everything around, above and below for fully spherical images. It can also be mounted on a tripod and remotely controlled via an iOS device. Images ca...
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