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iMac Clamp Hub

The iMac Clamp Hub by Satechi is a clever solution that solves the annoying iMac design flaw of the rear ports. The stylish clamp has a metallic brushed aluminum finish that seamlessly camouflages into your iMac, it plugs into one of your iMacís Thunderbolt 3 port, adding convenient access for all your most-loved ports and devices. It gives you 3 USB ports, a Type C port, and two card reader slots (absolute blessing for photographers). It not only gives you more ports, it gives you more ports exactly where you need them, so youíre not fumbling around to locate them on the back of the iMac. Available in two modern colors, space gray and silver.



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SONY ERICSSON PORTABLE MEDIA SPEAKER STAND | Image

SONY ERICSSON PORTABLE MEDIA SPEAKER STAND

Winner of the Red dot award, the Sony Ericsson MS430 is a little portable speaker that is also used as a stand. Made of aluminum, with a near-perfect design, no wires and no charger. Just place the three AAA batteries, connect your phone to 3.5 mm connector and itīs ready to roll. source...
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NIKON D7000

This has been around since October, weīve been hearing such great things about this camera we thought we would feature it here. The Nikon D7000 really is an upgrade for Nikon D90 and Nikon D300S users, it features a high resolution 16.2 MP DX-format CMOS sensor, Dynamic ISO range from 100 to 6400, and can record breathtaking full 1080p HD movies. Read an extensive review here....
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BIOLITE BASECAMP STOVE

Remember the innovative BioLite Camp Stove, a portable stove that uses nothing but the sticks and twigs around you to cook meals and charge gadgets? Well, the same team behind the innovative project have recently developed a larger version, the BioLite BaseCamp Stove, a cooking and charging device for groups. The portable cooker is also powered by burning wood, and converts heat from your fire into useable electricity via a thermoelectric generator. You can then use...
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