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Moshi Xync

The new Xync by Moshi is a quintessential travel companion for iPhone/iPad users. The little device easily attaches to a keyring and features a handy 4-inch (10 cm) long charge/sync lightning connector and a sliding USB port for a sleek and compact design. Hidden inside are hidden compartments for carrying extra SIM cards(1 micro, 1 nano) and an always useful eject tool.

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RYOBI PHONE TOOLS

With the new Phone Works collection by Ryobi, you can transform your smartphone into the ultimate power tool. The RYOBI Phone Works combines pro-quality measuring tools with smartphone technology to bring you a better way to manage your DIY projects. The tools let you measure, align, calculate, inspect, level, locate, and using the included app you can manage all your devices and have instant access to read-outs, email and share files, add geo tag locations, add voi...
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POP HOME SWITCH

Logitechs new Pop button controls your entire smart home. The Pop Home Switch lets you control multiple devices at once, if your remote can control it, the switch can too. Turn on the lights, start a playlist, or lock the door, simply connect it to the mobile app and start adding your devices. The button has three commands, one tap, two taps, or press-and-hold, each input can be programmed to trigger different actions, dim the lights, turn on your home theater gear,...
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MOLESKINE SMART NOTEBOOK

Moleskine have teamed up with Adobe for the creative aimed Moleskine Smart Notebook. Digital tools have evolved a lot over recent years, but still, nothing compares to pen on paper when you are sketching away. With this new partnership, Moleskine and Adobe have created a notebook and app that turn your sketches into fully manipulable vectors! Using the free Adobe Creative Cloud app, simply snap a photo of the sketch (the app uses special alignment indicators printed...
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