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Moshi Xync

The new Xync by Moshi is a quintessential travel companion for iPhone/iPad users. The little device easily attaches to a keyring and features a handy 4-inch (10 cm) long charge/sync lightning connector and a sliding USB port for a sleek and compact design. Hidden inside are hidden compartments for carrying extra SIM cards(1 micro, 1 nano) and an always useful eject tool.

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LG 49-inch UltraWide Monitor

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GARMIN VIRB 360

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LINE-US ROBOT DRAWING ARM

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