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Playgo Usb | Wireless Audio Streaming

The playGo USB kit includes a audio sender and a audio receiver unit. Its very easy to use, a transmitter plugs into your computer’s USB port, while a receiver attaches to a set of speakers or compatible stereo equipment (stereos, speakers or headphones). The units are covered in Corian(material that is used to make kitchen countertops) and feature a cool led light along the center that glows when in use. They have a range of 75 feet. via GadgetReview



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SATECHI TYPE-C USB HUB

Satechi have presented a new USB-C hub that blends beautifully into your new MacBook, giving it every port you could ever need. With the new MacBook, comes the single USB port, but that doesn’t mean you can’t use your old USB peripherals. This slim solution to Apple´s oversight, turns its single USB-C port into three USB 3.0 ports, an SD card slot, and a Micro SD card slot. Available in a choice of Gunmetal, Silver, and Gold, to perfectly match the new MacBook´s sle...
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ETCH Clock

The ETCH Clock is a new approach to showing time by exploiting a real 3D effect. This innovative piece was developed, designed and built by the worlds timekeeping masters that have their obvious headquarters in Switzerland. This clock is built using an elastic membrane as a plain canvas that, with its proprietary software and hardware, will carve in its surface the numbers corresponding to what time it is for 30 seconds and then return to its plain shape. The alumin...
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KANO | DIY COMPUTER KIT

The most crowdfunded learning invention of all time is now available for pre-order. Kano is an "Ikea-style” kit that allows children of all ages to build a computer from scratch. The DIY computer and coding kit lets everyone from grade school kids to adults build a computer, make games and music, learn to code and invent something new(features open-source software). Kits are described as "simple as Lego" and are expected to ship worldwide in July 2014. w...
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