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Emergency Phone Charger

If you are heading to a music festival, camping, hiking.... don’t forget to take a TurboCharger 3400 with you. This nifty little device will give your phone a boost of juice and means you won’t have to live without it at any point over the weekend. It comes with a retractable cable and range of interchangeable connector heads, for Iphone, Ipod, Blackberry, Nokia, HTC, etc... With 3400mAh, the TurboCharger´s battery capacity is almost three times that of the iPhone 3G (1150 mAh) and more than double the four iPhone battery (1420 mAh).



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BEOPLAY H9 WIRELESS

Bang & Olufsen have introduced the fancy new Beoplay H9 wireless headphones with noise cancellation. These headphones are Beoplay´s tip-top-shelf option, they are made of polished aluminum and feature lambskin and cowhide accents, memory foam ear pads, a calfskin leather crown, hybrid noise-canceling technology, and deliver premium quality sound through 40mm drivers. They also boast an impressive 16-hour battery life, which is more than enough for the longest of...
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TWINE

Twine is another uber-successful project funded by Kickstarter, with a $35,000 target they reached an astonishing $550,000 pledged! The very much anticipated device is now available for purchase. Twine allows you to monitor things and environments remotely, the little square has WiFi and external sensors(thermometer,orientation,moister...), for example, you can receive a tweet when your laundry´s done, an email when the basement floods, or a text message when you le...
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ELBOW CASSETTE TAPE PLAYER

This interesting concept will take you on a nostalgic trip down memory lane. Elbow is a clip-on cassette player (similar to the tonearm of a vinyl record player) that snaps onto a cassette tape, grabs the cassette’s spools in its elbow arms, and sits against the exposed magnetic tape. You can then turn the device left to play the cassette and turn up the volume, or turn right to fast-forward the tape. Audio is output via a standard 3.5mm headphone plug, and it featu...
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