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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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SKULLCANDY X ROC NATION AVIATOR HEADPHONES

Skullcandy were nice enough to send us a review unit, the Skullcandy & Roc Nation Aviator Headphones. At first glance, you get the sense the Headphones take design cues from Ray-Ban Aviator sunglasses. They are a collaboration with Jay-Z and LiveNation’s Roc Nation promotions outfit (maybe to compete against Beats by Dr. Dre?). The Aviator Headphones are great fashion accessories, they are a blend of leading edge neo-retro design and premium constructi...
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QWERKYWRITER

QuerkyWriter aims to transport us to another time, where typing was a real pleasant and more physical activity. QuerkyWriter wants to bring back those days, because we´re spending so much time on our digital devices, it provides users a different experience, featuring vintage inspired key caps, with a concave surface and touch type support, so they fit your fingers perfectly and the typing experience and inherent touch is a treat to your fingertips. With an aluminum...
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GARMIN VIRB X & XE ACTION CAMERAS

Garmin have added two new cameras to their line of Virb action cameras. The Virb X and Virb XE are top-end action cams with built-in sensors to read speed, GPS, gyroscope and accelerometer data, and more. The Virb X ($299.99) shoots rich, high-definition, wide-angle footage at 1080p30, 12 megapixel photos at up to 10 frames per second, the higher-end Virb XE ($399.99) shoots rich, high definition footage at 1080p/60fps, 12 megapixel photos at up to 30 frames per sec...
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