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Hub+ | By Nonda

A lot has been said and written about the single USB port on the new MacBook, some might defend that with faster wireless connectivity, streaming services, and the cloud, that weŽll need no cables in the future, but until then, most of us will still be using many cable connected devices. Meet Hub+, a solution to the single port issue! The sleek device features 2 USB-C ports, 1 SDXC card reader, 1 mini DisplayPort, and 3 USB-A charging ports. It also doubles as a juice pack, thanks to a built-in lithium ion battery capable of charging any phone. watch the video

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SOUND CYLINDER | FOR IPAD AND MACBOOK | Image

SOUND CYLINDER | FOR IPAD AND MACBOOK

Sound Cylinder by Definitive Technology is a compact sound bar designed for the iPad and the MacBook. The device features an innovative grip mechanism for attaching to an iPad or clipping to a laptop screen. The Sound Cylinder has a powerful built-in active woofer and two separate left and right speakers, it connects via Bluetooth but also features a 3.5mm jack so you can connect it with just about any mobile device. via...
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DREAMER ALARM CLOCK & SPEAKER DOCK | Image

DREAMER ALARM CLOCK & SPEAKER DOCK

Dreamer is an all-in-one alarm clock, charging dock, sleep machine, stereo, speakerphone, and smart notification manager! The sleek device features a 10w speaker and real buttons to control your phone: volume, brightness, snooze, music playback. Dreamer lets you tweak every detail, the brightness, sound, fonts, you can even set as many alarms as you wish, activate a do-not-disturb mode that intelligently blocks less important calls, or set the lullaby mode and drift...
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SEISMOMETER IPHONE APP

With this cool app by Yellowagents, you can measure everything that vibrates, shakes or moves. Seismometer uses your iPhones built in accelerometer to measure movements in two axes, calculate the resulting energy and draw the results on a rolling logarithmic scale. Apparently this thing is so sensitive, it can even notice your heartbeats!...
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