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iMac Type-C Stand Hub

The new iMac Type-C Stand Hub by Satechi is a clever solution that solves the annoying design flaw of having to reach around to the back of your iMac every time you need to plug-in or unplug an accessory. With three 5Gbps USB 3.0 ports, USB-C data port, micro/SD card slots, and audio jack, your most-used ports are now within reach for maximum productivity. And, it also works as a stand, lifting your iMac monitor to a comfortable viewing angle to help reduce neck strain and encourage better posture.



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NYMI

Nymi is a new smart wristband capable of replacing your passwords, your car keys, even your fingerprints! Developed by Bionym, it uses a person´s ECG(a measure of the electrical activity generated by your heart), unique to you as as your fingerprint. The bracelet will only work with you after authenticating, and is equipped with many sensors for letting certain devices know when to turn on, for unlocking your phone without a password and for payments, pass...
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SONY RX1R II

Sony has announced a spectacular palm-sized camera with an impressive 42.4 Megapixel Sensor! Improving upon the already stellar RX1R (released in 2013), the new Sony RX1R II has a body design that has been refined, and is now equipped with a pop-up OLED viewfinder for eye-level shooting, and an improved autofocus speed by 30%. The compact camera is a true powerhouse, it also includes the world’s first optical variable low-pass filter, a full-frame Exmor R CMOS senso...
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Satechi Type-C Card Reader

Photographers rejoice, experience blazing-fast data transfer speeds with this slim aluminum adapter. Satechi have introduced a new Type-C Card Reader that blends beautifully into your new MacBook, giving you the perfect solution for accessing your SD and Micro SD cards. With the new MacBook, comes the single USB port, but that doesn’t mean you can’t use your memory cards. This slim solution to Apple´s oversight, turns its single USB-C port into a Type-C Ca...
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