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Satechi Mini Docking Station

The Satechi Mini Docking Station was developed bearing in mind the need of an easier computer peripherals management. Itīs a small hub that offers 4 USB ports, a gigabit ethernet port, for high speed connectivity, the classic 3,5 mm connection plus HDMI and DVI video connections. Windows and OS X compatible and available in three different colors, the elegant Dock will assist you on all of your computer tasks, boosting up your work performance. Aluminum made, with no rough edges and with a minimal look itīll fit nicely on your working station or at your home office just beside your Mac or PC. If you need to get free of the hassle of troublesome connections this might just be what you need.



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PLAYSTATION VR

Virtual Reality is here to stay, its being touted as the future for all things sensory, from games to film, from storytelling to visual art. There has been a lot of buzz recently around virtual reality, a technology, which immerses the user in a computer-generated simulation of a three-dimensional environment. Sony is the latest brand to present a VR headset, the Playstation VR, a headset with gamers in mind. The sleek device features an expansive 5.7” OLED 1080p di...
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FULL APP

The Full App is a great app for your bucket list, helping you add experiences and goals to your life. Full lets you add goals you want to accomplish for each month, the app then helps you track, measure, and visualize whatīs important to you, all displayed in a beautifully designed and intuitive interface, with circular graphics "filling up” as you make progress toward your goals. Fulls true purpose is not about getting things done, but about filling up your life....
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AMPLIFIEAR

If you own an iPad, youīll know the sound quality isnīt that bad, the problem is the speaker is facing backwards. With this problem in  mind Amplifiear was born. The smart little accessory clips onto the corner of your iPad and reflects/projects the sound coming from the speaker forwards towards the user. The Amplifiear has a shape reminiscent of a flattened gramophone, requires no plugs and is battery-free. You can also get it from amazon. Watch the video...
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