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Apple Tv Holder | By Tinsel & Timber

Apple TVs and their tiny remotes have become staples in many peopleīs living rooms but they havenīt had a good home of their own - until now. The Apple TV holder by Tinsel & Timber is a beautifully carved block of American Walnut that houses your Apple TV and remote, it keeps them organized and looking great. No more searching for that pesky little remote! Also available in Maple wood and in a choice of colors for the felt lining.



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OOMA PHONE SYSTEM | NO MONTHLY PHONE BILLS | Image

OOMA PHONE SYSTEM | NO MONTHLY PHONE BILLS

Ooma is an award-winning product that gives you free home phone service, quite simply, no more nickel and dime fees and no more monthly phone bills. Your one-time purchase of an award-winning Ooma Hub device frees your phone service. Call anyone, at any number, any in the U.S. without charge!...
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AMAZON ECHO

Amazon have officially announced their latest tech innovation, the Echo, a voice controlled smart speaker. The cylindrical device is always on and works as a Siri-like assistant, it was designed around your voice and houses seven microphones to easily pick up information you may ask, such as the weather, play a specific music or playlist, set an alarm, answer questions and a lot more, the more you use it the more it adapts to your personal preferences. Echo is packe...
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SATECHI ALUMINUM POWER STRIP

Satechi is a brand known for making surprisingly high-quality devices without the price tags to match. Their new Aluminum Power Strip is both stylish and functional, it features four AC power outlets on top, and four USB ports on the side for easy clutter-free charging! The elegant piece of equipment also features IC smart technology to automatically adjust the power being used to match your devices’ requirements so you don’t use excess energy and avoid surges. ...
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