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Cobra Tag

A Cobra Tag sensor is attached to your keys, purse, computer bag, or any other item you want to protect from loss. The sensor communicates with the phone’s free app and will remind you if you leave your phone or valuables behind.  The Cobra Tag is also a 2 way finder. Tap the button on the Cobra Tag tag to ring your Smartphone. If you are looking for your Cobra Tag protected item, use the phone’s application to make the Cobra Tag ring. To secure your phones data, the powerful PhoneHalo application can be set to lock your phone when out of range of your tagged item.  Never lose your valuables again!



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CASSETTE TO IPHONE CONVERTER | Image

CASSETTE TO IPHONE CONVERTER

How cool is this? Still think about those old mixtapes that are lost in your attic? Now you can easily convert them into MP3 files and store them directly onto an iPhone or iPod touch. It includes a free app for conversion and is as simple as loading a cassette, docking an iPhone or iPod touch, and pressing play!...
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Sony Tough SD Cards

Sony have introduced the worlds toughest and fastest SD Card. Built to take a beating, the SF-G series Tough UHS-II SD cards are aimed squarely at adventurous photographers who shoot in challenging environments, and want to ensure that digital photos remain safe on SD cards that have been removed from their camera. According to Sony, these are a whopping 18 times stronger than traditional SD cards, and are the first to feature a rib-less design and no write protecti...
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JAYBIRD FREEDOM WIRELESS EARBUDS | Image

JAYBIRD FREEDOM WIRELESS EARBUDS

Jaybird develop premium active/sport lifestyle earbuds that enhance the athletic experience. They feature a patented secure fit for active sports. We got our hands on the "Jaybird Freedom Stereo Bluetooth Earbuds" and gave them a test run, more details and photos below. Photography: blessthisstuff...
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