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Npower Peg | Personal Energy Generator

Few things are more annoying than running out of battery when you e away from an energy point. Thinking of solving this problem, Tremont Electric created the nPower PEG, a personal power generator. The device was designed to be carried in a backpack or purse while you take a walk or run, capturing kinetic energy generated by your movements to charge portable gadgets like cell phones, cameras and mp3 players. A basic shake can make a difference, charging the battery of your phone long enough for you to make an important call.



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PROXIMO | PROXIMITY MONITORING SYSTEM | Image

PROXIMO | PROXIMITY MONITORING SYSTEM

Proximo is a new App-enabled proximity monitoring system that allows you to keep track of your valuables at all times. The starter kit includes the "Proximo Fob": for keeping track of your iPhone, it allows you to set a range , when you move beyond range it alerts you with an audible alarm so you never leave your iPhone behind again, the "Proximo Tag": for attaching to other valuables, bag, keys, car...allowing to track and find them, and the "Proximo App": for trac...
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BEATS EXECUTIVE

Also launched by Beats Electronics are the highly anticipated "Beats Executive". We mentioned them sometime ago, but they have now finally been released. The Executive noise-cancelling over-ears are a more classic and sophisticated offer by the brand, who are known for their youthful, bright and loud designs. The Beats Executive feature a sleek, aluminum body complimented by dark gray soft leather pads. ...
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SKELETON SYSTEM PRO III

Fascinated with Human anatomy? then check out Skeletal System Pro III, some must-have reference material for anyone who is looking to learn a little (or a lot) more about the human skeletal system. Developed in collaboration with Stanford University School of Medicine, this beautifully designed app allows users to explore the fascinating skeletal system, by cutting, zooming and rotating parts of the Human Skeleton as well as viewing animations, creating notes, shari...
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