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Ipad Cf And Sd Card Readers

Another useful product from Photojojo. These card readers were designed to get images from a DSLR to an iPad quickly and with zero fuss. Simply plug one of the card readers into the iPad, a memory card and the Photos app will open letting you upload files in one easy step. The readers also feature an USB input for flash drives and cameras with internal memory, cool!



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THODIO IBOX | RETRO PORTABLE AMPLIFIER | Image

THODIO IBOX | RETRO PORTABLE AMPLIFIER

The Thodio Ibox might look like your grandmotherīs radio for some of you, but for those who love retro looking stuff these are awesome. The Ibox is a striking piece of Hi-Fi technology and gives a very cool blend of vintage look with the modern design of your Ipod. They are handbuilt in Amsterdam, come in 2x25W or 2x60W models, and feature a rechargeable battery that lasts 15 hours. ...
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STICKYGRAM | INSTAGRAM MAGNETS | Image

STICKYGRAM | INSTAGRAM MAGNETS

Stickygram is a new online personalized printing service that allows you to turn your instagrams into magnets. You can create a lovely pack of magnets in seconds, and they will deliver them to your door(worldwide shipping is totally free). Each StickyGram is 50mm x 50mm. That’s approximately the same size as they appear on your iPhone. They come in packs of 9. Source ...
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PROJECT ARA | BY MOTOROLA | Image

PROJECT ARA | BY MOTOROLA

Remember the popular Phonebloks concept that went viral across the web recently? Well now phone manufacturer Mororola have teamed up with the Phonebloks creatorīs inspiring vision to make this concept become a reality! Named Project Ara, the idea is to develop a more sustainable and democratic smartphone, allowing the user to customize their phone according to their needs, adding modules such as a bigger storage block, a bigger battery block, more memory...
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