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Philips Dual Docking System

Philips DC390/37 is a dual docking system for your iPod, iPhone, or iPad. It lets you play or charge up to two devices together, it also works as an alarm clock. The system is decked out in sleek aluminum casing, packs 10 watts RMS total output power and features Dynamic Bass Boost maximizing your listening enjoyment. It features a dual alarm feature allowing you to set different alarm times for weekdays and weekends.



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AWAIR

Awair plays with its name but clearly states its purpose, to keep you more aware of your air quality. No question nowadays air quality is not the same as it used to be and that modern life in the cities forces you to deal with some aggressive and polluting agents. With that in mind Awair was created and it might help you cope with the air problems you might face and anticipate some solutions. So Awair measures data such as: Temperature, humidity, CO2, toxic chemical...
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JMGO SMART HOME THEATER

JmGO Smart Home Theater is a new home system that delivers High quality image wherever you need it. It features 1500LM of LED luminescent power, a powerful sound that creates a cinema surround system through its four direction long stroke speakers, a beautifully designed aluminum-magnesium alloy body, and the latest and most powerful image capabilities in an ultra portable but high powered device. You also get 3D modes along with the mandatory 1080p resolution and 4...
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GALILEO | ROBOTIC DOCK

Galileo is another product born from a very successful kickstarter campaign(received more than $700,000 in funding!). Now available for purchase, Galileo is a Bluetooth robotic platform for iOS devices, a dock you can control from any place in the world. Once you plug in your phone, you can control it remotely with a swipe of your finger, rotate, tilt, or even set it to automatically track a moving object. Using Galileo and the Sphere app(free), you can have long-di...
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