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Sandisk Ultra Fit

Meet the world´s smallest 128GB USB 3.0 flash drive, the Sandisk Ultra Fit, now available for purchase. This ultra-small, low profile drive is no bigger than a dime! it is so tiny you’ll be afraid of losing it. The nifty solution can stay put for extra storage, or it can move media super-fast between devices at speeds up to 10x faster (up to 130MB/s read) than standard USB 2.0 drives. Available now in capacities up to 128GB.

Available for purchase in Europe here




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HP SPROUT

HP have announced a truly innovative PC, Sprout is a mind-blowing desktop computer, 3D scanner and touchscreen in one. Sprout ditches the mouse and keyboard in favor of a system that is built purely for touch interactions using Intel´s RealSense technology. It features a combination scanner and projector, several cameras that capture images, infrared, depth, and more, plus a touch-sensitive projection surface that you use to control projected objects and application...
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NINTENDO WII U

Nintendo has made it official, during their conference at E3 they presented the Wii U, a next-generation console. It has an interactive control that works like a handheld console, allowing a new way to interact with the content shown on screen. Wii U - a name that suggests a relationship "we and you" is actually the second version of the Nintendo Wii. In addition to putting Nintendo in a new generation, the machine reveals a powerful platform capable of combining th...
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EAT N TOOL XL | BY CRKT

The Eat N Tool XL is a handy multi tool that features a spoon, fork, and a bottle opener, perfect for taking along your hiking and travels. It also includes a box wrench, driver/pry tool, and a can opener. It also comes equipped with a carabiner for convenient transport. This is a slightly bigger version of the original EatN Tool designed by revolutionary designer Liong Mah. ...
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