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Parrot Asteroid | Android Powered Car Stereo

This is Asteroid, from Parrot, it is the first car radio equipped with Android! Equipped with a 3.2" TFT touchscreen, the Parrot Asteroid works on the Android version 1.6 and includes a 4 x 55W amplifier, 6 RCA pre-outs, two RCA outputs for sub-woofer, a microphone, a FM RDS tuner, SD card slot, Bluetooth 2.1 and USB connections. It also features voice activated music search and phonebook sync! A true mini-computer! Watch the video




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GOJI PLAY

Workouts can be tedious, specially if you´re on a cardio machine. Meet Goji Play, a gaming device that turns treadmills and exercise bikes into interactive gaming machines! Created by the same guys behind Guitar Hero, Goji Play combines wireless software and hardware to turn any cardio machine, into a lively, renewed and motivating exercise experience. Included are a Bluetooth activity tracker to record your movements(gives more power to your characters inside games...
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FENDER WIRELESS SPEAKERS

Fender is a legendary name in the world of guitars and amplifiers, now the iconic company brings its audio expertise to wireless audio with two new Bluetooth speakers that look just like mini guitar amps. Borrowing classic design details from its line of legendary guitar amps, the speakers come in two models, the 120W Monterey ($349) with a quad-driver setup for room-filling sound, and the smaller more portable 30W Newport ($199) with crisp full range sound and a tr...
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BAMBOO STYLUS DUO | BY WACOM

Bamboo stylus solo was a very successful product by Wacom. Now they have unveiled a more versatile stylus, the Bamboo Stylus Duo combines the performance of a digital stylus with a traditional ink pen tip! Now you can carry only one writing instrument, and switch from touch screen to traditional paper by flipping the pen....
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