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V-moda Crossfade Lp Headphones

Developed over the span of four years in collaboration with some of the world’s top musicians, DJs and producers, the Crossfade LP delivers epic sound with a distinct design composed of luxurious fabrics and lightweight metals. With the Crossfade LP, you get an incredibly lightweight headphone that you can wear for hours. Using a revolutionary metal "V” design and supple air-cushion memory foam, the Crossfade LP weighs only 280 grams and offers an ergonomic comfortable fit.



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Taylor Stitch
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ALUMINUM CLAMP USB HUB | BY SATECHI | Image

ALUMINUM CLAMP USB HUB | BY SATECHI

The Satechi Aluminum Clamp Hub is another elegant solution that solves the annoying iMac design flaw of the rear USB ports. The stylish clamp has a metallic brushed aluminum finish and white trim that seamlessly camouflages into your iMac, adding four USB 3.0 ports to easily connect your USB devices at a convenient location underneath your monitor. No installation is required, simply attach it to your monitor and tighten the screw, then plug in a USB extension cable...
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TITAN BLUETOOTH SPEAKER | BY LEXON | Image

TITAN BLUETOOTH SPEAKER | BY LEXON

Designed by Jeremy & Adrian Wright for Lexon this beautifully simple rechargeable bluetooth speaker will last you a good 6 hours of use. It has a integrated microphone allowing it to be used as a desktop speakerphone. Available in three colors. via acquiremag...
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LEAP MOTION

We have read great things about the revolutionary "Leap Motion". Yesterday, we watched an impressive video on Gizmodo of the device in action, if you haven´t heard about it, check out the video after the jump, and get ready to be blown away. Leap motion is a Minority Report-style controller that allows you to interact with your computer in real, natural ways. You can do anything without touching anything, no clicks, no taps, you can point, wave, reach and grab just ...
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