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Pocket Kick | By Soundfreaq

Looking for a Bluetooth speaker in the $100 range that is extremely portable? Look no further, meet the Pocket Kick by Soundfreaq, an ultra-portable Bluetooth speaker you can easily slip into your pocket, bag, or purse. This is definitely one of the most attractive and well made speakers in this class*, and has some nice features such as 10 hrs play time, and a built in speakerphone for hands-free phone calls.

*also check out the Jawbone Mini Jambox, and the Ultimate Ears Mini BOOM




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LEICA BY G-STAR RAW

Leica has teamed up with G-star for this limited special edition of the D-Lux 6 digital camera. The technical specifications of the Leica D-Lux 6 "Edition by G-Star RAW" are the same as those of the standard model, , but this version features an unusual color scheme, is finished in the typical RAW design and features a rugged, dotted grip texture over the body and comes equipped with a full-grain premium leather carrying case and a custom leather strap....
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EIGHT | NATURAL ACOUSTIC AMPLIFIER | Image

EIGHT | NATURAL ACOUSTIC AMPLIFIER

Eight is a beautifully designed acoustic amplifier for the iPhone 5/5s. Handmade from premium, sustainably-harvested walnut, Eight requires no electricity or batteries, it naturally amplifies the iPhone´s sound using the properties of wood and it´s innovative design inspired by the shape of an ear. The dock also includes a lightning cable to charge your iPhone, and amplifies your voice sound for phone calls. Each amplifier is made to order and should be delivered in...
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GOOGLE HOME

Google have presented their very own answer to Amazon’s wildly successful Echo. The elegant Google Home, like Echo, is a small voice-activated speaker at its core designed to assist you in your everyday life around the house. Tell it to do things. It’s your own Google, always ready to help. Just start by saying, "Ok Google” to enjoy music, get answers straight from Google, manage your everyday tasks, and easily control smart devices around the home. watch the video ...
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