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Solar Powered Wireless Speaker

The Eton Rukus Solar is a wireless portable Bluetooth speaker that plays music from any Bluetooth-enabled device. The speaker features a high efficiency solar panel allowing you to play music all day long from two 14-watt stereo speakers. The self-powered sound system provides up to eight hours of power after a six-hour charge in sunlight. Its lightweight and has an integrated handle making it easy to carry, it also features a USB output for charging most smart phones and mobile devices.



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FLICKS CORDLESS PROJECTOR

After a very successful crowdfunding campaign, the Flicks Cordless Projector is now available for purchase. Flicks is an all-in-one mobile party powerhouse, letting you enjoy music and movies outdoors without a power cord! The sleek device is a portable speaker and 1280800 projector in one, the front is a high-fidelity audio system, the back is a cutting edge (HD) LED projector capable of projecting a 100″ display from 8 ft. away! It also features an HDMI por...
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PEEK | MINIMAL CALENDAR APP

Peek is a new, beautifully designed calendar app that is quick and simple to use. With a minimal interface, the app uses unconventional and original navigational elements that test the limits of mobile interaction. The minimalist and simple app cuts away the overwhelming features of mobile calendars, providing all the important information in an easy to understand manner, without overwhelming you with data you might not need. Peek introduces several new gestures to ...
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LYTRO ILLUM CAMERA

After the earlier Lytro Camera, equipped with technology that revolutionized digital cameras, Lytro is now back with the Illum; an innovative camera, again based on the light-field camera technology. The Illum is aimed at professional photographers and has an 8x optical zoom, maximum aperture of F/2.0 and can capture up to 1/4000 of a second. The innovation lies, however, in the light sensors and tight DSLR-like body, and as the original Lytro, the Illum m...
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